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Package Includes

​​-Brushy Creek Event Planning-

-Round trip flight (2 passengers)-

-Resort accommodations-

-Rental car-

-Two honeymoon activities-

-Honeymoon photo shoot-

Adventure Vehicle

Rental Car

Rental Car 

--Jeep Wrangler-


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Honeymoon Activity

Snorkeling Cruise to Molokini Crater & Turtle Town

Try out the ocean waters at 2 spectacular locations along south Maui on a scenic morning cruise. Visit Molokini Crater and the Turtle Arches to explore the undersea world and see how the spectacular coastal scenery hosts another incredible array of sights below the surface.

Your boat leaves Maalaea Harbor later than many of the other craft, but its speed more than makes up for that. Cruising along at a brisk 20 knots (37 km/h), you'll be one of the first to arrive at Molokini Crater, a crescent-shaped island formed by a volcanic cinder cone and home to some of the best waters around.

Enjoy a delicious continental breakfast while your boat is underway and keep an eye out for Maui's acrobatic spinner and bottlenose dolphins, which love to ride on the boats' wake. Once you arrive at Molokini, your instructor shows you how to use your equipment and goes over some essential safety points before its time to head into the water.

After Molokini, it's on to Turtle Arches, located off the Makena Coast, where many of the local green sea turtles are used to snorkelers and divers and will come right up to you. After you've finished your time in the water, enjoy a great deli-style lunch with a wide assortment of sandwich fixings on board, and enjoy a cold drink on your way back home.

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Round trip flight

Package Includes


-Round trip flight-

-2 passengers-



Photo Shoot

Honeymoon photo shoot

-2 hour adventure photo shoot-

-Professionally edited images-



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Package Includes:

-Hotel accommodations-

-2 guests-

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Honeymoon Activity

Maui Luau

Follow the sound of trumpeting conch shells to Maui's longest-running luau, where beach-side seating, free-flowing drinks, all-you-care-to-eat dinner, and dazzling Polynesian shows combine for the perfect Hawaiian evening. Kick off the night with a tropical drink, beer, or glass of wine and watch the sun sink down while the the aroma of roasted pork rises up out of the traditional imu, an underground oven used to cook the meat to tender perfection. Once dinner is ready, head to the buffet and fill your plate with tropical fruits, authentic dishes like poi, fresh mahi mahi, and—of course—kalua pork. If you're with little luau guests, there's even a kids' buffet featuring chicken nuggets, hot dogs, and Mac&cheese.

After dinner, watch the stage as rhythmic drumming draws out dancers to showcase traditional Hawaiian, Tahitian, Maori and Samoan performances alongside thrilling fire dances. With vivid choreography and mesmerizing music, the show does more than entertain—it also tells the stories and legends of the islands.