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Hawaii and Pacific Honeymoons

If being surrounded by fresh flowers, cool ocean breezes, and refreshing waters while burying your feet deep in some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world sounds like the most perfect honeymoon to you - you may need to look no further than Hawaii and the Pacific. Just imagine relaxing on the beach sipping on a fruity cocktail while listening to the loud crashes of the ocean waves and taking in breathtaking natural beauty with your loved one by your side. More specifically, here are some of the best Hawaii and Pacific honeymoon ideas that we've come across… why not turn one of these dreams to reality?

Couple snorkelling in Bora Bora

Horseback riding in Molokai
Waikiki, Oahu
Couple in Waikiki, Oahu
Turtle Island Fiji
Romance in Turtle Island, Fiji
South Australia
Couple Playing in ocean surf - South Australia

Love on the Water in Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Proclaimed as the most romantic islands in the world, Bora Bora offers guests privacy, intimacy, beauty and romance. Make reservations at one of the many bungalows on the water, have breakfast served to you over the water by a flower-filled canoe, enjoy gourmet picnic lunches on a private beach, observe the gorgeous Bora Bora sunset from a private sailboat and end the day with a unique display of Polynesian music and dancers.
And, who's to say a Bora Bora honeymoon isn't adventurous? Try going on a safari tour or feeding the sharks before relaxing in your private bungalow!

Privacy Please in Molokai, Hawaii
Get the most of your dream Hawaii honeymoon, complete with its warm breezes, swaying palm trees, white and black sand beaches, thrilling water sports, and serene views, by staying at the ultra-private Molokai Villas. Here, you and your new spouse can enjoy the gorgeous ocean via ocean view and oceanfront bungalows, all of which feature extra amenities and upgraded services. In addition to a beautiful swimming beach, the resort offers watersport rentals, movie rentals, and gas-fired barbecue picnic areas. Plus, the resort is a short walk away from other Poipu resorts, restaurants and shops. Molokai is considered "true Hawaii", offering visitors a chance to experience Hawaii as it once was, without too much tourist influence. Here, the biggest attractions are the natural wonders, stunning rainforests and deserted beaches. If you want privacy, but still want to get out of the house, then look no further than Molokai, Hawaii.

Romantic Falls in Waikiki, Oahu
Considered one of the most romantic places in all of Hawaii, Oahu is the perfect place to begin your life with your new husband or wife. Surround yourself by the natural beauty of Diamond Head and Waikiki, and experience the thrilling rush of the gorgeous Moana Falls with your loved one. Take moonlight beach side strolls on the beach after tasting some of the delicious local fare. Then, wake up the next morning to take the two-hour hike to the top of Diamondhead Crater, with incredible views of Waikiki. This is the ultimate beach honeymoon.

Keep to Yourselves in Turtle Island, Fiji
If renting out a private bungalow appeals to your private nature, how about renting out an entire beach and knowing that no one else will be on it except you and your new prince or princess? That's exactly what Turtle Island offers its honeymooner. Only 14 couples are allowed to be on the small, beautiful island at any given time, each couple with its own private beach and cottage (or bure). Have a picnic for two alone on your beach or in front of your cottage. Dine on some of the finest meals and drink some of the finest wines and champagnes you'll ever come across. When you're done relaxing, take a bike or horse ride across the island's beaches, or try your hand at windsurfing or sailing. What's more is that you will have available a personal hostess (or Bure Mama) that will surely see that all of your needs and desires are met. Turtle Island's goal is to ensure that each couple leaves with a renewed sense of love, romance and connection.

Down Under Paradise in South Australia
Honeymooners to South Australia will be able to enjoy beautiful scenery and amazing wildlife without the bothers of many tourists. Go on a bush wildlife safari in the Eyre Peninsula before taking a dip with sea lions and/or lions. Visit one of the most unspoiled natural wonders of the world on Kangaroo Island, where you and your loved one can make friends with seals, koala bears, kangaroos, and more! If you want the best of both worlds, try renting out a private home at "Lifetime Private Retreats" where you get a personal chef and a personal view of Australia's rugged outback.