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Planning a Hawaiian Wedding

Couple walking along Waikiki Beach

Courtesy Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson.

Many couples nowadays want to have a destination wedding with an small amount of guests including immediate family and close friends making the special day much more intimate and possibly more affordable.  There are many beautiful and tropical places worldwide that you can choose from, but who wouldn’t want to visit Hawaii?  There are so many beautiful sights to see and outdoor activities to enjoy you can get married and honeymoon all in one trip!

Let Panda Travel ®, one of the largest travel agencies and it’s team of Hawaii travel agents help you get to the 50th State and set up your accommodations and activities.

Not sure which island best suits you?  Here are a few tidbits about the main islands:

Maui has some of the best beaches in the world and appeals to wedding couples seeking fewer crowds, luxury hotels, boutique shopping and world-class golf. Best know for whale watching, Haleakala – the top of Maui’s inactive volcano, the historic town of Lahaina and the gorgeous waterfalls and crazy coastline views of Hana.

The island of Oahu is the most populated and recognized on TV and in the movies. With Honolulu and Waikiki Beach, it offers an active night life, shopping and natural and cultural wonders, such as Hanauma Bay, the legendary North Shore and Pearl Harbor among many more.

For the adventurous wedding couple, Kauai offers beautiful and rugged terrain and stunning coastlines. It is the oldest and northernmost island which features Poipu Beach Park and helicopter or boat rides to the towering sea cliffs of the Na Pali Coast.

The island of Hawaii, also known as the Big Island, is the least populated and a perfect setting for a private wedding away from the crowds. Its diverse landscapes including sandy beaches, snow-capped mountains, waterfalls and rain forests. Be sure to check out the botanical gardens in Hilo, the calm and clear water of Kona and Kilauea’s lava flows.

Two smaller islands Lanai and Molokai, are less populated and do not experience as much tourist traffic, but their rustic and untamed beauty is unparalleled.

So, if you’re searching for a perfect place to get married, taking a long overdue honeymoon or just want to visit the islands, let Panda Travel ® help you get there.

 

 


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