A honeymoon combining San Francisco
is the perfect way to celebrate life together as newlyweds. Before spending 2-weeks enjoying some of the best beaches
the world has to offer in Hawaii, stopover in San Francisco to see the iconic Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco is a diverse city with beautiful scenery and mouth-watering cuisine. Visit the oldest Chinatown in North America and enjoy a ride on the famous cable car’s. The 4-star Hotel Kabuki will be your home for the next 3 -nights, located in the heart of Japan town, notice the unique blend of Eastern and Western influence.
Hawaii is the home of beautiful waterfalls and golden beaches; it is no wonder why millions of tourists visit every year. Enjoy the fabulous weather and admire the beautiful Manoa Falls. After a day of adventure, unwind in several luxurious hotels including the breath taking Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa and the 5-star Modern Honolulu.
Things to do:
Visit one of the world’s most legendary prisons, Alcatraz, once home to Al Capone and many other infamous inmates, it is a must see attraction while on a San Francisco and Hawaii honeymoon.
More than 75% of tourists include a trip to Fisherman's Wharf on their San Francisco and Hawaii honeymoon itinerary’s.
Attend a Luau and experience some Hawaiian culture.
Volcano National Park on Hawaii Island will take your breath away. Watch the landscape change before your eyes.
Best time to visit: All year round
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Jennifer - “San Francisco is a great city to explore and if you have the time, a must see is the vineyards of Napa Valley. A visit to Alcatraz is also unmissable, but make sure you book your ticket beforehand as it sells out fast! Hawaii is one of my favourite spots. Each island is completely different, but all have breath taking scenery, beautiful beaches, and great surfing. Maui and Kauai are probably my two favourite islands. The best way to see the island at its full beauty is by air, I would highly recommend a helicopter ride.”