Elope to hawaii packages are great options for couples looking to get married in Hawaii. These packages can include everything from a professional officiant to photos and a hair/makeup stylist. They are also a great option for couples on a budget.
Elope to the island of Oahu for some activities to enjoy (besides your wedding) on a truly off-the-beaten path experience. This is the capital island home the it’s main city, Honolulu, so you’ll be able to enjoy pristine beaches and luxury resorts with all the convenience of a major US city.
Elope to Hawaii Packages on the East Side
The East Side of Honolulu is understated paradise, lacking in large hotels and shopping but brimming with great local food and water activities. It’s a quiet escape just a short drive from the chaos of Honolulu. Wedding locations on the east side would include Makapuu Beach and Waimanalo Beach.
Hanauma Bay is created from a collapsed volcano crater and is an amazing place to snorkel. There’s also a mini-island at the center of the bay made of black lava rock, and it’s a really fun spot for pictures.
If you want a wedding day with all the details taken care of, I recommend choosing the Pineapple package. It includes a beach ceremony with a location of your choosing, a professional photographer and a in-room hair/makeup stylist to glam you up. If there are additional services you want, ask us about our vendor concierge to assist you with finding anything you need…free of charge. It’s perfect for those who are looking for an all-inclusive Hawaii elopement!
Elope to Hawaii Packages on the North Shore
The North Shore of Oahu is one of the most iconic areas of the island. Whether you’re a surfer seeking the world’s biggest waves or just looking for a little rest and relaxation, this region has plenty of cool beaches and attractions to explore.
For nature enthusiasts, check out the 2.7-mile Kaena Point Trail, which hugges the rocky coastline and offers views of Oahu’s west side. You can also pack a picnic and enjoy the scenic scenery of Sunset or Pipeline.
Surfers flock to the North Shore during big wave season, which takes place from November through February. During this time, swells can reach up to 9 meters and attract champion surfers from around the world. There are many beautiful beach spots, such as Waimea and Kiholo, where you can watch the pros.
Be mindful of the remote nature of the North Shore. It can take up to 2 hours to travel if you’re coming from Waikiki…especially during the surfing season. Give yourself enough time to fight through the traffic to make it on time for your wedding ceremony.
Ohia Farms overlooks the famous Waimea Bay and is a hidden oasis with a private gated 10 acre farm with spectacular panoramic views of the Waimea Bay, Mt. Ka’ala & Ka’ena Point. It’s a peaceful setting where you will feel the cool ocean breezes and be surrounded by endemic and indigenous native Hawaiian plants.
This is a sustainable agricultural property at an elevation of 3300 feet on the slopes of Mauna Loa. The proceeds from tourism are used to improve the biodiversity of the existing native montane forest by adding rare and endangered species. Located in Umikoa on the North Shore of Hawaii Island, it is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
With a backdrop of the oldest volcano on the island and at the base of massive Mauna Kea, Waimea is one of the most scenic areas in Hawaii. In the summer, it’s home to one of the most popular beaches on the North Shore and in winter it’s one of the world’s most famous surf breaks.
Hiking trails within a short drive of Waimea offer stunning, one-of-a-kind scenery that you won’t find anywhere else. You can hike through dense rainforests, over waterfalls, and across valley expanses that seem to go on forever.
The awe-inspiring Waimea Valley is home to impressive native plants as well as exotic, beautiful gardens. You can also spend time learning about the traditional Hawaiian way of life at a kauhale cultural site where you can play games of strength, strategy, and skill.
Kiholo (Hawaii Island aka Big Island)
If you venture off to the Big Island (renamed to Hawaii Island)…Kiholo is a beautiful, quiet spot with an incredible view of the south Kohala coast. It is home to a freshwater pool, Hawaiian fishponds, and an incredible sea turtle pond called Wainanali’i.
When you park at the scenic overlook on Queen Kaahumanu Highway (Hwy 19) near mile marker 82, you’ll start by hiking through a private property hugging the coastline. Be careful not to disturb any residents and follow the rules!
As you continue to hike, you’ll pass by Keanalele, a lava tube filled with a mix of fresh and salt water. It was used as a sacred site by the native Hawaiians and is now protected by DLNR. Lava tubes are a cultural and archaeological resource that needs to be treated with respect.