In nutshell:

Hawaii is the 50th state in the United States of America, and the only state located in Oceania. Hawaii is one of the most popular destinations for the newlyweds for their honeymoon and the state consists of eight main islands. The main islands are Ni’ihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Kaho’olawe, Maui and the Hawaii Island. The latter island is called “Big Island” or “Hawaii Island” in order to avoid the confusion with the state itself.
In this article we will explore some of the main attractions in Hawaii for the newlyweds.

1. Kona Beach Bungalows, Hawaii Island

This destination is one of the most recommended place for the newlyweds to head to when it comes to spending the honeymoon in Hawaii Islands. Kona Beach Bungalows is specialised in weddings, family reunions, corporate retreats and anniversaries. You will be able to design your own venue depending your own needs for your perfect honeymoon. At this resort you will be able to witness the beautiful sunset by the oceanfront, wade at the bay with the turtles and enjoy wonderful private time with your beloved one in the literal paradise. Kona Beach Bungalows offers a wide range of bungalows and packages for the newlyweds – but please remember you must be early in order to catch your spot at this paradise-like destination!

2. Waikiki, Honolulu

Waikiki is a famous part of Honolulu, in the capital of the State of Hawaii. Waikiki has one of the most known beaches in the whole of Hawaii Islands. In Waikiki the newlyweds will be able to combine the best of both worlds in terms of luxurious hotels and resorts in Honolulu and the beautiful beaches that Hawaii is arguably the best known for. Waikiki has a large number of great restaurants, magnificent bars let alone fantastic opportunities for surfing and diving.

3. Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii Island

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located in the Island of Hawaii and it encompasses two active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa. The national park was established in 1916 and it delivers scientists tremendous insight into the geographical changes of the Hawaii Islands over time. For tourists this absolutely stunning site offers unforgettable memories such as witnessing dramatic volcanic activity in real time. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has been given the status of World Heritage Site in 1987 as well as designation as an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980.

4. Hana Highway, Maui

Many newlyweds in Hawaii are keen on renting a car and driving around their chosen island. If the couple decide to reside in Maui Island, the chances are that the most advised thing to do there is to drive the Hana Highway. By driving this wonderful highway road you will be able to witness breathtaking oceanfront views, curvy mountainous roads and especially take your own time by exploring the beautiful islands by yourselves.

5. The Dillingham Ranch, Oahu

Dillingham Ranch, a historic 2,700 acre property, is located in Mokuleina, Northern Shore of Oahu Island. This destination includes around 19 acres of beautiful oceanfront and the ridge line adjacent to the Mokuleia Forest Reserve. Waianae Mountains with Kaena Point offer tremendous surfing beaches for the newlyweds that look for water sport activities. Dillingham Ranch truly offers luxury and culture combined with charming home-like feeling.