Are you planning a Hawaii babymoon? You’re in for a surprise! Our babymoon was in Hawaii, and we loved it! After seeing almost all the islands, I am excited to share my top picks for the perfect babymoon in Hawaii.
I will take you island-by-island, describing where to stay and what the best things are! Because pregnancy is difficult and everyone is different, my suggestions are easy and low-risk.
Here is the list of things to do in Hawaii while pregnant:
Oahu is the most urban of all Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu is primed for urban life. Along with the upscale resorts, Honolulu also has rich historical sites like Iolani Palace or the Pearl Harbor National Memorial. Hanauma Bay and the popular touristy Waikiki Beach are also found.
If you are looking for a tranquil Hawaii babymoon or a natural Hawaiian experience, I recommend staying out of Honolulu. You can mix nature and the city on Oahu. This island offers a sampling of everything that Hawaii offers – shopping, dining, history, and outdoor activities.
Where to stay on Your Oahu babymoon
With the Four Seasons Oahu, your Hawaii babymoon will be elevated to a new level. Four Seasons Ko Olina is known for its thoughtful amenities, but the sunny west coast location is just as impressive. Your stay will be about comfort. This hotel is the ideal choice if you are looking for a resort-style babymoon experience in Hawaii.
The hotel offers a variety of activities, including access to the natural lagoons and golf courses and a help desk.
Relax on the Beach: We Love Lanikai Beach
Waikiki is Oahu’s most popular beach. But Lanikai Beach is our favorite. It is a great spot for swimming along the windward coast. The coral reefs make it great for snorkeling. The Mokes are also visible from your location, and you can even kayak to them.
Drive to Tantalus Lookout
Tantalus Lookout is a great spot for sunset photos. It’s a short drive away. This grassy knoll overlooks Southern Oahu and offers a stunning view of the area between Pearl Harbor and Diamond Head.
Kualoa Ranch Tour
Kualoa Ranch covers 4,000 acres of beautiful landscape, perfect for weddings or filming Jurassic Park. Visit this cattle ranch and nature preserve for the best jungle scapes and film sets. Jurassic Park-inspired photos are a great souvenir! For authentic set photos, join Kualoa Ranch’s Jurassic Adventure Tour. Or pose beneath the majestic ridges of mountains.
North Shore Food Truck
North Shore Food Trucks offer Oahu’s finest fish tacos, burritos, and Baja Mexican bites. Giovanni’s Shrimp truck, Haleiwa Bowls, and Mike’s Huli Chicken are all favorites.
Snorkel Hanauma Bay
Hanauma Bay attracts 3 million visitors annually. What more could you ask for? It is the best snorkeling spot on Oahu, with its vibrant reefs and crystal clear waters.
Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden
Walking, driving, or strolling – there are many activities you can do on this 400-acre parcel, including walking and biking. It is dominated by the Koolau Mountain Range, which has a unique groove.
Byodo in Temple
Byodo In Temple was built to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Hawaii’s first Japanese immigrant. Beautifully landscaped, the temple grounds offer a peaceful space for all.