Hawaii holds tradition close to its heart.
Instantly recognisable as being undoubtedly Hawaiian, the tradition of the Lei or flower garland stems from traditional ceremonies where dancers and special guests wore ornate garlands of forest flowers to honour the goddess Laka.
For a more chilled out day drive to Nu'uanu Pali lookout with its spectacular views.
This scenic stop is perched along a mountain pass at a height of 1,186 feet above sea level.
On either side of it are peaks reaching elevations above 3,000 feet, making it the perfect place for a photo opportunity.
Surfing was first observed in the mid 18th century by European visitors to the island. Hawaiian-born George Freeth is often credited as the Father of Modern Surf and is known for inventing the modern day long board.
With Leahi (Diamond Head) as your backdrop, the calm waters of Waikiki are perfect for a surfing lesson.
Home of one of the world's most active volcanoes (Kilauea) and Kona Coffee.
Experience all but two of the world's climate zones, where you can explore lush tropical rainforests, see live eruptions and molten lava, view snow-capped mountain-tops and walk along black sandy beaches.
Experience the kayaking adventures on Lanakai and Kailua Beaches, or go snorkelling on the North Shore at Sharks Cove, Waimea Bay, Three Tables and Turtle Beach – all fantastic spots to witness some of Oahu’s greatest marine life.
It's easy to see why Hawaii is such a popular wedding and honeymoon destination.