Is there anywhere better than Hawaii for a honeymoon? Doubtful. Also up for debate is the best place in Hawaii to spend your first nights as newlyweds. It’s hard to go wrong, but we’ve narrowed down three of the best spots for a perfect gay-friendly honeymoon in Hawaii.
Some people choose to spend their whole honeymoon at the hotel. If you’re looking for adventure outside of the bedroom, Kauai is your spot. HE Travel hosts a tour of the island that beats any honeymoon on the mainland. Explore the island of Kauai as you hike, sail and snorkel through the scenery and wildlife. If you’ve ever wanted to hover over the mouth of a volcano in a helicopter, now’s your chance.
If lounging on the beach is more your style, Kauai has you covered there, too. Stay at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa for white sand beaches, luaus and relaxation. Up your game and opt for the St. Regis Princeville Resort for even more luxury.
Oahu is a gay traveler’s paradise. Between the beaches, the rainforests and the thriving LGBTQ scene, there’s truly something for every type of honeymooner. Honolulu is vibrant and inviting for newly-married couples. Eat, drink and luau in its bars and restaurants. And the beaches offer stellar opportunities for relaxation and play.
Hawaii’s Big Island is another perfect spot for gay adventurers. Here you can explore black sand beaches, take a ride on horseback and swim with the dolphins. Plus, with two big cities on either side of the coast – Hilo on the east and Kailua-Kona on the west – there’s no shortage of opportunities for urban exploration on your honeymoon.