10 Most Romantic Things To Do in Hawaii
Take a Chocolate Tour
Garden Island Chocolate’s three-hour tour explores lush fruit and nut orchards, stopping to sample a variety of exotic treats. The journey culminates in chocolate tasting and sipping fresh ground hot chocolate—an absolute aphrodisiac.
Camp at Polihale State Park
There are few more romantic places to wake up and greet the day than Polihale Beach’s stunning expanse of sand dunes and mist-shrouded sea cliffs. A four-wheel-drive vehicle is necessary to reach this remote wilderness.
What rivals the luxury of sailing aboard a sixty-foot yacht, dolphins leaping at the bow, and the first mate passing out flukes of champagne? Not much. The Island Star departs from Mā‘alaea Harbor to just about anywhere the wind will take her.
Picnic Atop Haleakalā
From the aerie vantage of Haleakalā’s 10,023-foot summit, all dreams seem possible. Extra blankets to snuggle under are a bonus; it’s often chilly at that elevation.
Take a Helicopter Tour
Hamakua Coast, Big Island
Darting up to hidden, 1,000-foot tall waterfalls and hovering above fiery lava as it flows into the sea is exhilarating—a once-in-a-lifetime experience that is best shared with your beloved.
Have Dinner With a Private Chef
Feasting under the stars at a torch-lit table for two is a prime way to toast your everlasting love. Skilled private chefs like Jana McMahon can make this happen on any island.
Get a Couples Massage
Toast the Sunset
Swim in a Waterfall
Slipping into a waterfall-fed pool is one of Hawaii’s chief luxuries. Lifeguards watch over swimmers at gorgeous Waimea Valley on O‘ahu. There are hundreds of other, less popular waterfalls around the Islands; tip toe in with caution.