Getting Married on the Other Islands

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How do I get married on other Hawaiian islands?

Getting Married on the Other Islands

There are two other islands in the Hawaii island archipelago that aren't much talked about: Molokai and Lanai. These two islands are the smallest in Hawaii, but they make up for it with their pristine beauty and charm. Molokai is home to the largest reef system in the US, and is a great spot for weddings on horseback, or in the quiet unspoiled forests and gardens. Lanai is home to two large resorts, the Lodge at Koele and the Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay. These resorts can help you to plan the lavish and extravagant wedding of your dreams, or you can choose the beauty of Puupehe Beach for your nuptials. Both islands are great for adventure seekers as well, with miles of scenic hiking trails and mountains for secluded ceremonies.



2/13/2007 4:18:47 PM
Sunny said:

Molokai is the greatest place for those who do not want alot of fuss - just good times with family and friends. The island is so intimate, that the people in town greeted my hubby-to-be and me warmly and were so generous with their aloha! The Lodge and Beach Village at Molokai Ranch made us a part of their family and the location was perfect for every part of our special weekend with our family! We really liked the "off-the-beaten-track", non-commercialized, non-touristy, down-home ambience of molokai island - would suggest highly to those low-key and high-fun focused kinda folks!!!!


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