So I'm planning my wedding to take place next July- on a Monday. I was trying to ween away from the more commercial side of the island, we don't really enjoy the "hustle and bustle" of waikiki or honolulu. There will be about 50 of us and I'm hoping to find a nice beach near the area we're staying. A majority of us will be staying near Kapolei or Barber's Point. Any suggestions of a nice beach in that area or any restaurants that can accommodate a party of our size?
My boyfriend and I want to stay somewhere on Oahu away from Honolulu. I've seen some vacation rental listings for Makaha that seem like great deals, and the pictures of the beach looks gorgeous. However, I've heard that it not so safe or clean on the streets. I know it's off the beaten touristy path, which is definitely what I'm looking for. But I'd love to get the low down on what Makaha is really like and if it is a good place to stay at for a few nights.
If anyone can give their advice on this area, I'd appreciate it!
My fiance and I are planning to get married in Hawaii next June. Our first plan was to have our wedding on a beach in South Maui because of the dry climate. After doing some researches on different beaches on different islands, I kind of like the Waialae beach park in Oahu because it is arounded by a lot of palm trees. I love palm trees! We are thinking to get married in Oahu instead of Maui. However, we are worried about the weather in North Oahu? (is Waialae beach on west or north side of Oahu?). Can some give us advice? Thanks in advance.
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