Now that your clients have tied the knot, it is time to plan their dream honeymoon. Not sure what to recommend? With its glorious beaches, incredible wildlife, and otherworldly sunsets, Maui is the perfect honeymoon destination. So help them celebrate love while exploring the stunning island and everything that it has to offer.
For the adventurous couples
Those couples who prefer a more active holiday will surely enjoy a snorkeling adventure in Lanai. One of the world’s top 10 snorkel locations is known for having colorful marine life. Expect to see dazzling corals, quirky fish, and – if you are lucky – spinner, bottlenose, and spotted dolphins. Also, don’t miss the sunrise at Haleakalā National Park, which features the famous Haleakala Crater.
After a romantic morning, continue the day by going on a hike around the volcano summit. To experience the best natural place in Maui, remember to stop by the Kipahulu District, a detached portion of the park. Another activity that should be on your client’s itinerary is driving the world-famous Road to Hana. They will get the chance to catch a glimpse of towering waterfalls and gorgeous landscapes. End the night by staying at the beautiful Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort. The luxurious hotel is set on 15 beachfront acres. Therefore it will be the cherry on top for your honeymoon getaway.
For the romantic couples
There is nothing better than starting a honeymoon by watching a sunset from a canoe. In Maui, UJV’s concierge team can take care of all the arrangements for your clients to enjoy any type of activities they would like to experience. If they have the chance, recommend them to spend the night on Lanai – a less crowded neighbor island that is one of the state’s best-kept secrets. Although it is just nine miles away from Maui, it will be a wholly different and romantic experience. Then, to get into that chill Aloha spirit, plan a visit to a spa. Awili Spa & Salon, Spa Montage, and The Ritz-Carlton Spa are among those considered the best. Then, continue the honeymoon by having a luxurious picnic on the beach. Turquoise water, soft sand, and the sound of the waves – nothing can beat that.
Looking to get the groove on? Perhaps the most fun activity you can plan is to hop on a Maui Sunset Luau Cruise. Since it is pretty spacious, you don’t have to worry about crowds ruining the fun, and your clients can simply enjoy each other’s company. Your clients will eat freshly prepared food, admire the authentic hula performed by dances, and enjoy the beautiful view.
To create an unforgettable evening for just the two of them, book a stay at Grand Wailea. The dreamy oasis has everything to make your client’s honeymoon even more special.
For the chill couples
Honeymoon is the perfect time to wind down, relax, and simply celebrate the love between the couple. So if your clients wish to have a chill getaway, they will surely enjoy spending the day at the incredible Kaanapali Beach. Dipping their feet in the sand, having a refreshing swim, and admiring the daily cliff diving ceremony off the beach’s cliffs Puu Kekaa and Black Rock.
To learn more about Maui’s fascinating past, make sure to explore Lahaina, which used to be Hawaii’s capital. Nestled between the West Maui Mountains and the coast, wandering around its charming streets will be a wonderful experience. Next, a must-do activity is to spend a day at the North Shore of Maui. Since it is less crowded, it is possible to find less-touristy beaches and have better privacy.
Although Maui isn’t the first place that pops in your mind when thinking about lavender fields, the gorgeous island has its own lavender farm. With more than 13,5 acres filled with the fragrant herb, the Ali’i Kula Lavander Farm offers to touch, smell and even taste it. In addition, since Maui is Hawaii’s second-largest island, they will find plenty of festivals, performances, and live music concerts there, such as the Maui Waui Festival and Olukai Hoolaulea.
To end the perfect day, the ideal way is to book a stay at Fairmont Kea Lani. Overlooking the mesmerizing Pacific Ocean, it will be an ideal choice for a romantic honeymoon.
For the foodie couples
Food is more than just fuel – it is also a pleasure. That is why eating your way through Maui might just be the best way of spending your honeymoon. Have a breathtaking oceanfront dinner at Merrimans that serve Hawaii regional cuisine, or simply sip some locally made brews (Hawaii is famous for them). Your clients are sure to have a marvelous adventure. To have the best seafood on the island, pay a visit to Mama’s Fish House. For exceptional service, excellent location, and good food, make a stop by The Mill House. Our tip – ask for a table on the mountainside. You will be blessed with stunning views! Of course, traveling to Maui without tasting the famous Hula Pie dessert would be a crime. Get your hands on the best one at Kimo’s.
Those who wish to have an even more memorable experience should join the O’O Farm tours. First, pick your own vegetables and after that – enjoy a gourmet breakfast or lunch with the ingredients you chose. Keep in mind you can only join the tour if you make a reservation in advance. When looking for fine dining, make sure to include a cocktail-pairing dinner at Andaz Maui or a honeymoon celebration dinner with chef Maurro. We promise you – it will be incredibly delicious!