Wanderable Real Honeymoon Registries: Best of North America

Have you started designing your honeymoon registry this spring? Gather some fresh ideas and trip inspiration by checking out a few of our favorite recent registries created by real Wanderable couples.

The following honeymooners traveled to popular travel destinations throughout the United States and Canada, including Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, and many national parks. Simply click on their registry pages below to trace their incredible journeys.

Chelsea & Andy (Canada and Montana)

What a getaway! Chelsea & Andy took a grand tour of U.S. and Canadian national parks, including Jasper, Banff & Glacier National Parks. Notable selections include Airbnb rentals, mountain bike excursions, and a Columbia Icefield Ice Walk Tour.

Julie & Ari (New Mexico)

Such a romantic getaway for these newlyweds! Some of our favorite experiences include a stay at a spa hotel inspired by Japanese mountain hot spring resorts, a couples massage, scenic hot air balloon ride, and a desert picnic adventure in wonderful Taos.

Rachael & Andre (Oregon and Washington)

Thanks to their honeymoon registry, these road-trippers made their way up the coastline of Oregon and Washington. Trip detours included distillery tastings, a zip line tour, and an ATV excursion just off the beach in Dunes National Recreation Area.

Danielle & Breck (Hawaii)

Highlights from their AMAZING registry include private surf lessons, a helicopter tour, and even a swimming with dolphins experience.
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Top 5 Restaurants for Your Oahu, Hawaii Honeymoon

Planning to travel to Hawaii for your upcoming honeymoon or anniversary trip? Be sure to add these five acclaimed Oahu restaurants to your itinerary.

Serving up everything from Hawaiian regional cuisine to the freshest sushi in America, we’re confident that each dining spot will deliver a meal to be remembered.

Mahina & Sun’s

Chef Ed Kenney offers his unique take on island cuisine, with a clear emphasis on utilizing local, organic ingredients. Located at the stylish Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club, this hip, casual restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night (featuring expertly crafted cocktails).

Alan Wong’s Honolulu

Chef Alan Wong’s Honolulu flagship is Hawaiian regional cuisine at its finest. Menu items like macadamia nut-coconut crusted lamb chops and twice cooked short rib are heavenly, while the chef’s tasting menu stands out with an all-star lineup of delicious offerings.

Hoku’s at the Kahala Resort

Hoku’s is a fantastic choice for creative fusion food, as the restaurant merges Asian, Hawaiian, and European flavors to perfection. Expect a twist on contemporary island classics, like salt crusted rack of lamb or Kurobuta pork chop with Maui gold pineapple and shishito peppers.

Roy’s Waikiki

This dining destination is truly a honeymoon treat. Based in Waikiki, the restaurant is known as a pioneer of Hawaii regional cuisine and remains fabulous today with its top-notch wine list, decadent desserts, and signature fusion entree items.

Sushi Sasabune

Sushi fans flock to this South King St. favorite from all over the world. The main attraction is no doubt the restaurant’s unforgettable omakase sushi experience. Be sure to sit at the counter for an up-close glimpse at chef Seiji Kumagawa’s methodical preparation. You can go for the omakase or a la carte at the restaurant’s regular tables too.

 

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Photo courtesy of Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club

Incredible Swim-Up Hotel Pool Bars: Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

Heading to Hawaii for your upcoming honeymoon getaway? Drop your bags at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, home to one of our all-time favorite swim up pool bars.

Among the top highlights: The adults-only Serenity Pool features bubble loungers, luxury cabanas, full-service poolside lunch, panoramic views of the island of Lanai, and even an underwater music system.

When it comes to expertly crafted cocktails and unforgettable ambiance, it simply doesn’t get much better than this.

 

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Our Pick for the Most Romantic Restaurant on Maui: Lahaina Grill

 

Image courtesy of Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

Our Pick for Most Romantic Restaurant on Maui: Lahaina Grill

There are no oceanfront views or mountain settings here, but the overall excellence of Lahaina Grill will leave you with memories for years to come.

So what can you expect? Look forward to delicious seafood, American-inspired cuisine, and top-notch service in an elegant setting.

The Maui Onion and Sesame Seed Crusted Ahi Tuna entree is exceptional and just one of many featured items likely to leave you thoroughly satisfied.

The restaurant has also been named one of top places to eat in the United States by TripAdvisor, Yelp, Open Table and Honolulu Magazine.

www.lahainagrill.com

Lahaina, Maui

Photo: Courtesy of Lahaina Grill

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