Fun Things to Do for Couples in Hawaii

Given the scenery, Hawaii is all but built for romance. So, it stands to reason couples will find countless ways (and an endless array of places) to pass the time—whether they’re planning a honeymoon, anniversary getaway or straight-up rendezvous.

Attend a Luau

Each night beginning at 4:15 p.m. on the terrace on Ka’anapali beach, the Hyatt Regency Maui resort & Spa features a nightly “Drums of the Pacific” performance, torch lighting ceremony and luau. An authentic imu ceremony reveals the main dish to be served: Kalua pua’a. Everyone gets to wear a shell lei. The all-you-can-eat buffet features everything from lomi lomi salmon to ulupalakua beef, taro and a dessert bar with pineapple cake and bread pudding.

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa
200 Nohea Kai Dr.
Lahaina, Hawaii
(808) 661-1234

Fun Things to Do for Couples in Hawaii

Take a Hike

Enjoy a 2 1/2-hour, 1.4-mile hike up to the summit of Oahu’s 760-foot Diamond Head Crater, which is known for its panoramic views of Waikiki and the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, guides reveal interesting tidbits about local history, plant and animal life, and geology. Tours are offered at 6 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., and hotel pickup can be arranged.

Oahu Nature Tours
1549 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, Hawaii 96826
(808) 924-2473

Fun Things to Do for Couples in Hawaii

Swim With Dolphins

Get up close and personal with Hawaii’s dolphins, penguins and sea turtles at Sea Life Park Hawaii. Those who opt to book the “Royal Dolphin Swim” take a dorsal fin ride. There’s the option to enjoy a simple shallow-water “fin shake,” too. Alternatively, you can get to know the park’s sea lions. A trainer will teach you how to give commands and allow you to hop in the water with the affectionate creatures. Reservations also can be made to hang out with stingrays, learn about their anatomy, feed them and touch their strangely slippery skin.

Sea Life Park
41-202 Kalanianaole Hwy #7
Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795
(866) 393-5158

Fun Things to Do for Couples in Hawaii

Take a Submarine Ride

Journey to the depths of the sea to view tropical fish, coral reefs and sunken airplanes, and ships 100 feet below the water’s surface. Offered aboard a 48-seat or 64-seat submarine–the larger of the two features a especially roomy viewing area.

Atlantis Submarine Tour
Honu Hawaii Activities
(888) 808-4668

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