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Romantic Hawaiian Honeymoon Cruises
Every year, thousands of couples get married and honeymoon in tropical Hawaii. To make the honeymoon even more romantic and memorable, many young couples choose to go on Hawaiian honeymoon cruises. There are many marriage agencies offering marriage certification as well as Hawaiian honeymoon cruise packages.

Hawaii made history when Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese during World War II. Since then many movies have re-enacted this event. Many other movies were also made about Hawaii because of its lush tropical landscape, volcanic mountains and beautiful romantic islands. Elvis Presley starred in perhaps the most known movie about Hawaii in the romantic movie the "Blue Hawaii". All these movies presented to the world the beautiful charm of the Hawaiian Islands and depict the state as a romantic holiday getaway.

This presentation of Hawaii naturally draws romantic couples to the Hawaiian shores. Since the Hawaii is made up of mainly islands, what better way to honeymoon in Hawaii then choosing Hawaiian honeymoon cruises?

Hawaii is the last state included as part of USA and is also a paradise filled with gorgeous beaches and tourist attractions. Hawaiian islands are located in the Pacific Ocean, close to Polynesia. One of the main reasons that draws flocks of tourists every year to Hawaii is the fascinating and impressive natural surroundings.

Tourism peaks in November to March. In these months, Hawaiian honeymoon cruises must be booked we well in advance. These months are also the peak season for surfing and whale watching making the northern shore of Oahu and Maui islands very popular for honeymooners to disembark from their cruise ships and take part in activities on shore.

Hawaii has only six islands with regular tourist activity. They are Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii's Big Island. These islands are all networked by two local airlines with inter-connections between islands.

It is easy to immerse yourself in the culture of Hawaii islands. Young couples can try their hands at dancing the hula and taking part in a luau (local feast). If you are interested in the local culture, go and discover the uniquely blended Hawaiian, Portuguese, and Mexican cultures - still alive and well among Hawaiian paniolo (cowboys) on the island's huge ranches.

If you like history, do take a visit to the historical Kealakekua Bay where Captain James Cook died dramatically in 1779 and Pearl Harbor where the ships sunk by during the second world war are still leaking oil.

English is the official language in Hawaii although many Hawaiians also speak their local dialect thus language will not be a hurdle for honeymoon couples from the English speaking world.
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