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A Honeymoon on Maui

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A Maui Honeymoon will be an experience that will not be easily forgotten and it is the perfect place for the magic between two people to start. What better place on earth will you find romantic sunsets and moonlit beaches to take starry eyed walks on hand in hand? And at such a special time in your life, where else will you find postcard perfect settings with cascading waterfalls, lush rainforests and hillsides dappled in tropical flowers.

Underwater SCUBA adventures, hiking to the centre of a dormant volcano crater, wadding amongst the Seven Sacred Pools, romantic dinners in affluent resorts and restaurants these are just some of the memories that await honeymooners to Maui.Second only to Waikiki, Maui is Hawaii's most favoured and frequented destination. Regarded as "cool and hip" it is easy to understand why more and more young couples are choosing this island as their honeymoon destination or setting for their wedding. So besides the obvious luxuriant natural settings, what else pulls new couples to Maui? Well for starters the sunny and warm climate has fostered an easy going, relaxing and friendly atmosphere that challenges anyone no to put a smile on their face. However, underneath this sereneness there is an undertow of contagious energy that inspires and motivates people to do things they would never have normally seen themselves doing such as paddling the Pacific in a Kayak, learning to parasail or pulling in a marlin.

If your idea of a honeymoon is room service, grandeur, and the good life then have no fear. The island's resorts and restaurant chefs are among the best in the US and these up and coming youngsters are redefining cuisine through festivals such as: the Kapalua Wine and Food Symposium, the Onion Festival in Kaanapali and the Kihei Food and Wine Mater Festival. Visit the Tedeschi Vineyards for a culture injection.

If you want the best then we recommend booking in at the Four Seasons near Wailea, which has had the privilege of being listed in Condé Nast Traveler's Gold List. Adorned in fountains, pools and enticing views of the Pacific Ocean this hotel was crafted to look like a Hawaiian palace. And a palace it is with staff tending to your every need, and a quality of food that is almost unmatched. For possibly a more intimate and cheaper experience then why not consider a quaint little bed and breakfast?