It’s not a mistake that Hawai’i has ~16 observatories. It’s dark here. Get outside of the cities and you’ll find a blanket of stars unlike anything you’ve probably seen before. Stargazing can be a romantic adventure to share with your beloved. Alone, with the stillness of the universe around you, holding each other. Yeah, it’s a pretty fantastic way to… Read More
So many things to do...
So little time. We HIGHLY suggest you don't pack your schedule but leave room to enjoy each activity, and time with each other, fully.
Each couple has a different idea of what makes up a "romantic adventure". You'll find a variety of activities here which may be nice and relaxing or might stretch your comfort zone a bit. Although we encourage people to try new experiences, and will remind you that some of these experiences will be what you talk about for years to come, we want you to make this trip about what works for you.
The Bishop Museum is an astonishing repository of Hawaiian history and culture. Founded in 1889, it is THE place to go in order to learn about the islands and the people who have called it home for so long. The Bishop Museum is not only a great rainy day activity; it sits near the top of just about every lists… Read More
Spending time on the winding roads of Maui’s “Road to Hana” can be both romantic and argument inducing (“You’re taking the corners too fast!”). Let’s see if we can’t convince you why and how to do it right! Know this won’t be a full guide of everything to see on the Road to Hana. The Maui Revealed book (*affiliate link)… Read More
For the more active couple, hiking Koko Head is indeed one hot and sweaty romantic adventure. The Koko Head Crater is a volcanic cone left over from years of erosion. It’s a sister crater to the cone which has since become Hanauma Bay, which you get a great view of as you’re climbing. The trail is an old railway used… Read More
Yes, to swim with sharks (without a cage!) is one of the most serene and exciting things you can do on Oahu together. I know, some people don’t like water in general. And others are scared out of their mind of sharks. But what’s more exciting then working through some of those fears together? 😉 Juan and Ocean from One… Read More
Every year humpback whales make their way from Alaska to Hawaii for (ahem) romantic reasons. They are just another group full of romantic tourists, one could say! // Why do the whales come to Hawaii? The waters of Alaska get cold and are full of predators, so the whales make their way south for protection during the breeding season and… Read More