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We have a great list of preferred resorts and recommend the ones that best match your desires for your honeymoon. We offer resorts in Mexico, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe, Asia or something more exotic like the Seychelles, the Maldives, French Polynesia or African safari.
We are certified members of the Destination Wedding and Honeymoon Specialist Association (DWHSA) and offer expert advice based on our knowledge of the resorts and destinations to ensure you have the honeymoon of your dreams.
We can help you prepare for your trip and offer our services to ensure you have the best honeymoon. Whether it is a packing lists, tipping guides and helping you plan those romantic excursions, we can help you get the most out of your honeymoon.
The all-inclusive vacation experience not only transports you to an exciting destination, but also strips away typical travel frustrations. It's an adventure that lets you delight in the best travel features--room service, meals, drinks, gratuities, and luxurious accommodations--without once pulling out your wallet. A more stress-free environment simply doesn't exist. As a honeymoon specialist, we are uniquely trained to make your honeymoon the most romantic and memorable experience you can imagine. With our expertise and your dreams, we can plan the ultimate honeymoon of a lifetime.
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When you think of a perfect honeymoon in your dreams, chances are it looks a lot like a Hawaiian paradise. Waters so blue, they seem other-worldly. Its beaches pristine, from pink to black, you feel as if you are the first to ever step onto the shimmering sands. Its lush forests, ready for your exploration. The legendary Hawaiian sunsets so amazing, the sky seems on fire. The mountains and volcanoes jutting upwards leaving you in awe as you gaze upon their splendor.
People who have traveled to Hawaii save a piece of it in their hearts. Honeymooners cherish the golden days of unbridled romance. Couples treasure the days of welcoming bliss under a shining sun. Adventurers thrill at the thought of catching the perfect wave. With extraordinary natural beauty, fascinating culture, rich history and endless activities, Hawaii can be all things to all people - or something unforgettable just for you. Hawaii truly is the perfect honeymoon destination.
The island of Oahu offers travelers experiences that energize the spirit, enrich the mind, blossom romance, honor its iconic history, and celebrate its vibrant mix of Hawaiian and multicultural traditions!
Oahu's fascinating history will excite, engage, and move the multi-generational family and visitors of all interests. Your clients will be touched as they learn the history of WWII at Pearl Harbor, the only naval base in the United States to be designated a National Historical Landmark. Pearl Harbor's outstanding attractions showcase the December 7, 1941 attack that catapulted the U.S. into the war, explain the events in the Pacific, and illuminate how the end of the war changed the world forever. Pearl Harbor brings to life the complete history of WWII in the Pacific from December 7, 1941 through the end on September 2, 1945 at the USS Arizona Memorial, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, and the USS Oklahoma Memorial.
The island of Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands with a population of just over 117,000. Maui has a thriving tourism industry and is one of the most popular islands to visit, featuring alluring attractions like the massive Haleakala volcano, the bustling whaler village of Lahaina, the magnificent humpback whales, the infamous stretch of road to Hana and its numerous family-friendly resorts and inviting white-sand beaches. Maui is also the largest island within Maui County, which is comprised of three other islands: Lana`i, Kaho`olawe, and Moloka`i
Home to the world's tallest mountain and the world's most active volcano, Hawaii is an island of extremes and superlatives. Where else can you go skiing on a mountain top in the morning and snorkel in a tropical sea in the afternoon? The southernmost island in the Hawaiian archipelago, the Big Island is also the largest island in the chain — bigger than all of the other islands put together — and is the largest island in the United States. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the state's most popular attraction, which is pretty impressive considering just how many attractions Hawaii boasts.
Whether you explore the desert-like Kona coast or the lush emerald rainforests of Hilo, the laid-back Upcountry around Waimea or the glitzy resorts of the Gold Coast, the Big Island's many facets offer something for everyone. Hawaii is also the heart of Hawaiian history and culture, the seat of power for Pai`ea Kamehameha (or Kamehameha the Great), the legendary Hawaiian king who united the islands under his rule. A land of coral and lava, of fire and snow, the Big Island is awesome in its rich natural beauty and offers a dazzling array of vacation options.
Nicknamed the Garden Isle, Kaua`i is a beautiful oasis of lush tropical forest and white sand beaches. Its the fourth largest Hawaiian island, its circular shape comprising about 552 square miles. Although the island itself is fairly mountainous, about half of its shoreline is made up of sparkling beaches, making it a popular place for visitors who want to enjoy beautiful scenery while lounging on the sand. Kaua`i is the oldest island in the Hawaiian island archipelago, as it was formed as a result of volcanic activity in the Pacific Ocean that occurred about six million years ago. Some of the original volcanoes that formed the island remain visible today, including the tallest peak on the island, Kawaikini (5,243 feet tall) and the second tallest, Mt. Wailale (5,148 feet tall). The main industry on Kaua`i is tourism, and the island welcomes an average of about 1.2 million visitors each year. Sugar cane cultivation was also another one of the islands most profitable industries, but today only one plantation is still in operation, and much of the rest of the island's fertile land has been transformed into ranches.
Although the Hawaiian island of Molokai is tiny (it covers only about 260 square miles), it boasts a wealth of attractive features, including beautiful beaches, lush forests, tons of local culture and history and, of course, that quintessential laid-back island lifestyle. Molokai was formed by two volcanoes, known as East Molokai and West Molokai, remains of which are still visible today. The volcanoes left behind some of the island's most recognizable geographical features, including Kamakou Mountain (standing at 4,970 feet) on the eastern side of the island, and the tall, jagged northern sea cliffs. It is considered the least developed of the Hawaiian islands, and features only one larger resort and a few hotels in the main city of Kaunakakai. With a population of only about 6,000 to 8,000 people (depending on the season), Molokai has been able to preserve its pristine beauty and most of its ancient cultural artifacts, including fascinating burial grounds and religious temples. The island has also been recognized as one of the most sustainable islands in the world, thanks to its unspoiled landscape, environmental preservation efforts and visitor-friendly atmosphere.
Lanai is one of the smaller and more deserted islands within the Hawaiian archipelago. With only a little over 3,000 people who call the island home, Lanai is certainly not similar to the bustling cities of some of the more populous Hawaiian islands, but does offer three luxurious resorts for visitors. Most of Lanai's attractions, beaches and sites are only accessible by off-road vehicles. Travelers who wish to venture beyond the resorts often rent jeeps or other types of four-wheel-drive vehicles to bounce around the dusty roads in search of some of the island's best beaches, exotic natural wonders and secluded hiking trails. The Munro Trail offers a popular off-roading adventure that passes along the Lanaihale volcanic ridge offering panoramic views of the area. Geographically speaking, Lanai sits just off the coast of Maui by the `Au`au Channel to the east and sits north of Molokai and the Kahohi Channel.
The island was once known as Pineapple Island because it was the leading exporter of pineapples in the world when the president of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (later renamed the Dole Food Company), James Dole, purchased the entire island to develop what would become the largest pineapple plantation. After many years of successful pineapple production, the Dole Company eventually moved elsewhere and the pineapple fields are no longer in use today. The island's scant population and slow growth are still present on the island even in modern times. There is one town on Lanai, Lanai City, with no stoplights and barely 30 miles of paved roads on the entire island. The island continues to be sparse, beautiful and a great place for an escape.
There are no better places to splurge on a honeymoon like the exotic locations found in the Maldives, Seychelles, Madagascar, Fiji, French Polynesia or an African safari.
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The Maldives is a nation of islands in the Indian Ocean, that spans across the equator. The country is comprised of 1192 islands that stretch along a length of 871 kilometers. The country’s unique geography mesmerizes the visitor. Reefs that offer bands of color, tiny jewel-like islands rimmed with the whitest of soft sand surrounded by the clearest shallow waters that one can imagine. Only 200 of the islands are inhabited, and a select few on each of the atolls are resorts and some of the islands are used for industry and agriculture.
The beauty of the Maldives is not only above the water. The Maldives is home to about five percent of the planet’s reefs that comes with an explosion of color contributed by soft and hard corals that form them. The reefs are home to a thousand species of fish. Lured by the rich nutrients that flow in with the currents, large pelagic fishes such as manta rays and whale sharks also make the Maldives their home.
The Seychelles islands are often referred to as two separate groups. Most limit their exploration to the 43 Inner Islands, basing themselves on one of the group's three main isles. Mahé is the largest, home to the Seychellois capital, Victoria, as well as the famed Anse Intendance beach. Praslin, the second largest of the primary islands, also boasts several acclaimed shorelines, not to mention Vallée de Mai.
And then there's La Digue, a quiet island where bicycles reign supreme and the sands of Anse Source d'Argent beach remain unspoiled. Charter a private yacht further out to sea and you'll likely stumble across one of the 72 Outer Islands, low-lying, sandy cays ruled by wildlife. It doesn't get more remote than that.
Madagascar is indeed a world apart. Its rain forests are home to diademed sifakas, indris, fossas and tenrecs, while baobabs and pachypodia dot its sandstone deserts. Curious about these exotic-sounding names? For even the best-traveled nature lover, Madagascar offers a kaleidoscope of discoveries. It's no wonder World Wildlife Fund calls it a priority place—more than 80% of the island nation's rare and intriguing plants and animals, including more than 100 different varieties of lemur, exist nowhere else. There's no better way to experience this living time capsule that broke away from the super-continent some 100 million years ago than on our exclusive small-group journey, with private chartered flights to maximize your time. Discover an "eighth continent" you never knew existed as we enjoy close encounters with some of the planet’s most unusual species.
A dream destination for adventurous travelers, Fiji boasts a mixture of raw tropical beauty and luxe private islands, all-inclusive resorts and premium pampering spas, culinary adventures and outdoor activities. Get prepared to get lost in Fiji, where you’ll never want to be found.
Celebrated as a romantic haven of unbridled beauty, the island boasts a translucent lagoon, lush mountains, and overwater bungalows. Engage in world-class water activities like diving, snorkeling, or kiteboarding or just lounge under a palm and take in the stunning view. Check Bora Bora out for yourself and see why this storied island is beloved by all who visit.
The largest island in French Polynesia, Tahiti meets the ocean with grandeur and holds within it a nearly untouched interior of verdant mountain valleys, clear streams, and awe-inspiring waterfalls. Get away from it all and soak in the serenity of the island’s raw landscapes or enjoy the capital of Pape'ete and its world-class restaurants, accommodations, spas, nightlife, and shopping.
Everything about Africa that stirs the imagination is concentrated in its southernmost countries. Lions freely roam vast game reserves such as Kruger National Park, vineyards stretch across the Cape Winelands, and mountains cascade into the sea along miles of beaches. In addition to dream safaris and romantic honeymoons, Southern Africa offers modern cities with thriving arts and dining scenes. South Africans are welcoming, and the country’s emergence from a turbulent past provides a dramatic history lesson and the promise of something new every time you visit.
Our African safaris showcase some of the best destinations in Southern Africa. Experience Africa’s unique highlights and premier destinations while indulging in sublime luxury and comfort. Explore the rich tapestry of landscapes and seascapes, cosmopolitan cites and pristine wildlife reserves. Visit the world-class museums and inviting beaches or enjoy the views from the top of iconic Table Mountain. Collect a photographic gallery of the magnificent Big Five in the world-renowned Game Reserves and spend a night under the stars out in the wild. Southern Africa has it all for a perfect romantic honeymoon.
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