Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Hawaii

One of the definitions of aloha is love — which makes the Aloha State, i.e. Hawaii,  a perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Of course, you can find many special ways to celebrate this romantic holiday with a Hawaiian spin. Here are a few Valentine’s Day ideas for Hawaii:

Renew your vows on a beach

Ko Olina Resort is offering a Valentine’s Day Vow Renewal on the beach fronting Nai’a Lagoon 3. See this link for more information. This vow renewal will be a shared-group event.

If you’d like to have a more intimate vow renewal, you can arrange your own private ceremony.

Vow renewal ceremony by Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach

Private dinner for two by the ocean

Many resorts offer private, oceanfront dinners throughout the year, but Valentine’s Day would be an ideal time to arrange one. We have indulged a few times in a private dinner by a beach in Hawaii. They were definitely splurges, but were really special and memorable evenings.

Private oceanfront dinner setting at Four Seasons Resort Lanai

Picnic on the beach

If your budget doesn’t allow for a private dinner, no worries! You can still have an amazing private dinner on a beach by planning a romantic sunset picnic. Some resorts can prepare a picnic basket for you or you can easily create your own by picking up supplies at a grocery or convenience store.

Sunset picnic at Puu Pehe, which is also known as Sweetheart Rock, on Lanai.

Pamper with a romantic couples massage

Hawaii has many top-notch spas and most of them offer couples massages. Some even provide beachside settings for your massage.

A beautiful setting for a couples massage at the Fairmont Orchid

Valentine’s Day greeting in Hawaiian

Be sure to wish your sweetheart a happy Valentine’s Day in Hawaiian by saying, “Hau’oli La Aloha.”

Will you be celebrating Valentine’s Day in Hawaii? What are your plans?


About Sheila Beal

Sheila Beal is the founder and editor of Go Visit Hawaii. You can connect with Sheila Beal on Twitter, Go Visit Hawaii on Facebook, or Sheila Beal on Google+.

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