Romance on the North Shore
With miles of pristine beaches and verdant natural settings, Turtle Bay is perfect for romantic escapes. Sparkling sandy beaches, soft breezes and fragrant tropical blooms set the mood for romance. Turtle Bay is ranked among the Hawaii's Top Ten Honeymoon Hotels. Each year an incredible 350+ Hawaii weddings are staged on the lawns and beaches of the resort. Turtle Bay is the only hotel in the state of Hawaii that can guarantee couples a true, private beach wedding. From proposals to Hawaii weddings, honeymoons to anniversaries,vow renewals or just a romantic getaway, Turtle Bay is a spectacular setting for life's special occasions. For more information, please contact us at 808-447-6255 or click here to request a wedding proposal.
Turtle Bay's Top 5 Romantic Experiences
- 1. Relax with a couples massage by the ocean at Nalu Kinetic Spa.
- 2. Horseback riding while watching the sunset.
- 3. Private romantic dinner.
- 4. Indulge yourselves with the finest wine during a sunset picnic.
- 5. Feel the rush on a private helicopter ride and explore the fabled North Shore from cloud nine.
Weddings at Turtle Bay
ESCORTING YOU DOWN THE AISLE.
Outdoor Ballrooms. An Ocean-Front Pavilion. Toes-in-the-Sand Ceremonies. Turtle Bay is 850 acres of pristine Pacific Island Aloha. Let us open your hearts to the endless possibilities and celebrate your personal vision of a wedding paradise. Each of our breathtaking venues is meticulously prepared prior to your event to allow you to relax and live in the moment.
Gather your family, friends and loved ones, like generations before. We plan, so your moments by the ocean, bathed in the sun and laughing with the stars are more than memorable.
A Hawaiian Love Story
Nau Paka, a Hawaiian Princess, desired to marry a commoner, Kaui. Sadly, Hawaiian Naupaka Kapu prohibited commoners from marrying royalty. The couple sought a Kahuna for guidance, who suggested praying to the gods at the Heiau, but even they couldn’t allow an exception to the rule. In her sorrow, the princess took a flower from her ear, tore it in half and gave it to Kaui. They then separated their ways; Naupaka to the mountains, Kaui to the seas. The plants nearby were so saddened they began spontaneously blooming in half flowers. To this day, there are mountain (Mauka) and ocean (Makai) types of Naupaka, blooming separately in the couple’s memory. In honor of tradition and your love, we will bring these two Naupaka flowers together to symbolize the wonder of the two of you, finding each other.
To gather. To cultivate. To prepare. To share.
Like your wedding, delivering the raw bounty of The North Shore has always been a beautiful ritual.