Finding Your New Love in Hawaii
If you’re down and out about love in your life, Hawaii is always a great destination to recover and renew your faith in love. As one of the most romantic spots on the planet, many people come to Hawaii looking for love, and you can too. Here we’ll cover where you can go to meet new people and have a good time.
Honolulu has the most night clubs of any of the islands, so if you’re looking to mingle, this is the place. Here, you’ll find block parties, clubs, shows, restaurants and the hottest bars. Waikiki in particular is the hot spot for night life – perfect for those staying in one of the many hotels lining the strip. As in most major cities, Friday and Saturday nights pull in the most visitors, with clubs open till 2 a.m. in most spots.
RumFire on Kalakaua Ave offers the best European-Pacific cuisine around, whether you’re in the mood for fresh island fish, filet mignon or tapas. Before dinner, relax with a cocktail and vintage rum for happy hour and listen to the latest tunes and mixes from the house DJ. An upscale yet comfortable atmosphere is what you’ll find here.
Mai Tai’s, also on Kalakaua Ave, is more casual with a local feel thanks to this charming outdoor bar. Sit and people watch while you sip on one of their famous Mai Tai’s, or check out a panoramic view of Diamond Head. The ambiance is relaxing and not as loud as a club, so you can actually hold a conversation with a potential mate.
There are several nighttime and sunset cruises to choose from no matter which island you’re on. Most serve dinner and cocktails, offering live or DJ music while you dance under the stars. If you’re up for a little more partying, check out a party boat that plays lively music and serves beer and other spirits. If you prefer to go during the day, many tour companies offer whale watching excursions. You never know who you’ll meet on one of those!
If hiking is more your thing, you’re sure to find other like-minded people on hiking tours throughout Hawaii. Many such adventures start off in places like Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, featuring 150 miles of trails for beginners and experts alike. Take a hike for a day to the Thurston Lava Tube, or check out the volcanic fields as hot lava flows right into the ocean. You may choose to hike on the Kona Coast as part of the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, which goes on for 175 miles through temples, fishponds, and other historic sites. Don’t miss hiking to the black sand beach in North Kohala via the Pololu Valley Lookout.
Just being in Hawaii gives you a second shot at love. And once you do find it, you’re already in the most romantic spot in the world! Consult with Hoku Hawaii Tours to book a tour that’s just right for you.