Essential Honeymoon Experiences: Brunch at Makana Terrace (Kauai)

Heading to Hawaii for your upcoming honeymoon? Here’s one honeymoon activity you won’t want to miss.

Situated on the grounds of the St. Regis Princeville on the island of Kauai, the Sunday brunch at Makana Terrace is the perfect dining venue to celebrate your recent wedding.

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Restaurant highlights include a carving station, handcrafted sushi, made-to-order cocktails, and specialty omelets, among dozens more options.

Meanwhile, with stunning panoramic views of the lush mountains of Kauai and nearby Hanalei Bay, this oceanside dining experience is truly spectacular.

 

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Image courtesy of the St. Regis Princeville

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POLL: Which Island Would Be Your First Choice for a Hawaii Honeymoon?

hawaii na pali coast1 1 300x300 POLL: Which Island Would Be Your First Choice for a Hawaii Honeymoon?Complete with undulating mountains, soft sand beaches, and miles of tropical rainforest, it’s easy to see why Hawaii ranks as one of America’s most popular honeymoon destinations.

The Aloha State also features six main islands, each one completely different from the next. So our question for couples this month is this: Which island would be your top choice for a honeymoon trip to Hawaii?

Browse through the poll options below and vote for your choice!

After voting, share your pick with other newlyweds over on our Facebook page.

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Second stop: Kauai

A sneak peek into what the Wanderable experts think are the top 5 experiences not to miss while honeymooning in Kauai!

Kauai is Hawaii’s fourth largest island and is commonly known as the “Garden Isle.” The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain, it’s known for its tropical rainforests, forking rivers, and cascading waterfalls. It’s definitely an island well suited for couples that love outdoor excursions and adventure.

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Visit the Beach:
  Once you have checked in and gotten situated in your hotel room, visit one of the nearby beaches. Kick off your flip-flops and enjoy the view! Two of our favorite beaches are the sacred and picturesque Maha’ulepu Beach, which is known for it’s stunning views both in the water and out, and Kalapaki Beach, which is frequented by local surfers and is known as a great place to swim. There are many other beaches to explore, each with their own unique features and a wide-range of activities including snorkeling, swimming, lounging, and luaus; there is something for every couple. Make the memory even more special by packing a romantic picnic to enjoy while you’re there.

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Properties We Love: Ko’a Kea Hotel and Resort

 Properties We Love: Koa Kea Hotel and Resort

Today Wanderable is launching the first installment of our “Properties We Love” series, highlighting some of the best honeymoon resorts around the globe–properties that have built romance into every detail of their guests’ stay and that are staged in unforgettable settings. To kick things off, we present the beloved Ko’a Kea Hotel and Resort, nestled on the sun-drenched south shore of the Hawaiian Island of Kauai. Ko’a Kea Resort and Spa has all the amenities of a large resort with an oceanfront pool, four star restaurant and dedicated concierge team, but with only 121 rooms, it also offers the intimacy and privacy that comes with a boutique hotel. On your honeymoon at Ko’a Kea you won’t find your beachfront stay marred by grandiose destination weddings or corporate luaus, just solitude, white sand and sea breezes for miles.

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