Grand Hyatt Kauai
When people contemplate their beach destination honeymoon, a honeymoon in Hawaii generally springs to mind. Its ease of travel, welcoming community and relaxing atmosphere attracts couples from around the globe. This island paradise is the perfect escape from the everyday and the best way to indulge in some of life’s simple pleasures.
Whilst Honolulu is the most famous, Kauai is known as the lovers’ paradise and the best for a truly authentic island experience. Beautiful calm clear waters, lush tropical rainforest, coral reefs and quaint towns are just some of the treasures waiting for you to discover. Beyond the natural beauty Kauai is known for it also boasts a number of luxurious resorts, beautiful spas, fine dining and unforgettable adventure activities. Only a short 20 minute inter-island plane ride from Honolulu, Kauai is the fourth largest island and is situated the furthest north.
The sense of culture in Kauai is strong and the locals are very proud of their island. For an extra special experience, make sure you treat yourself to a Hawaiian Luau and savour a variety of culinary delights inspired by local traditions. For food lovers, Kauai will excite your taste buds. Take them on an adventure featuring a bounty of exotic tropical fruit, the freshest of seafood, and locally raised grass fed beef.
Located in the heart of Poipu, Grand Hyatt Kauai appears to be designed with honeymooners in mind. Perfect for maximum relaxation, the resort provides an unparalleled experience balanced between magnificent verdant mountains and the azure sea.
During your stay, enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean and tropical gardens, sink your toes in the sand, lounge poolside in a water wonderland with a quiet adult pool area, lazy river pools, an expansive saltwater lagoon or hit the beach, you can even learn native crafts. For the ultimate couple’s escape, visit Anara Spa where lavish treatments take place in thatched-roof bungalow set in gardens to the soothing sounds of palms swaying, birds singing and a waterfall cascading.
For your adventurous side there are activities to tickle your fancy from surfing to zip lining, even scuba diving with rare sea turtles and luminous fish. Known as the ‘Garden Island’, Kauai’s natural beauty is breathtaking and a stroll around the island is not to be missed.
For a more private adventure, why not take to the skies with a helicopter tour of the islands? For something more intimate, charter a boat around the islands to take in the beauty from a different perspective. To put your newly promised vows to the test, hire a tandem kayak and experience the bliss of Kauai whilst you paddle together around the islands.
Rental cars are the best way to get around however if you’re game, hire a bicycle and get lost for the day! Taxis and buses are available but they are harder to come by and generally don’t allow you to uncover the hidden gems of the island.
English is widely spoken and the locals are quite well versed. Feel free to test your ‘Hawaiian’ with the locals – they will love your willingness to learn. This beautiful untouched paradise is a honeymooners dream and will leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed and wanting more.
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