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12 of the best superyacht honeymoon destinations

12 of the best superyacht honeymoon destinations

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For the couple who enjoys outdoor activities

If lying on a beach for two weeks isn't your idea of a honeymoon to remember, an action-packed trip to Hawaii might be more your style. Head to Waipi'o Valley on the big island for a romantic horse riding tour and discover cascading waterfalls, lush green cliffs and the iconic black sand beach, where you can enjoy a lavish picnic – look out for hawksbill and green turtles sunbathing in the afternoons.

Thrillseekers can opt for a helicopter trip over Kīlauea Volcano. It's the most active in the world and you can watch lava cascade over the cliffside as steam emanates from the ocean waves below. This, followed by a breathtaking sunset, makes for an extremely memorable trip.

Though the big island is well-equipped to entertain daredevils and nature-lovers, excursions to the other islands are a must. Head to Kaua'i island and trek to the Opaeka'a Falls for a swim surrounded by mountains and rainforests, or arrange a trip to Lāna'i, to visit Pu'u Pehe, otherwise known as 'Sweetheart Rock'.

Unwind back on the big island with a trip to the Four Seasons spa for a couples massage or simply stroll to Hapuna Beach with a bottle of bubbly to watch the extraordinary sunset.

There are a number of anchorages around Hawaii and yachts such as 87.78 metre Musashi and 119 metre Motor Yacht A have visited in recent years.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Joe West

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