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Beach picnics, couples massages and cuddles on the beach are all romantic ways to make memories at Turtle Bay Resort. But why not take your time together up a notch with these heart pumping adventures on Oahu’s famous North Shore?
We’re telling you to get active to activate your love life and make your bond even stronger. Couples who share new experiences together, stay together. A study published in 2000 in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, demonstrated that sharing in new and exciting activities is consistently associated with better relationships.
Here are ten thrilling things for couples to do together on Oahu’s North Shore.
Photo: One Ocean Diving
You’ve woken up to the sound of the ocean. You’ve spent your days with the sand between your toes and the sun kissing your face. You’ve lost your breath watching the sunset from our pool bar. You’ve made epic memories on the North Shore.
Now it’s your turn to share the aloha and vote for Turtle Bay Resort in the 2019 Condé Nast Readers’ Choice Awards.
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Here are five reasons why you should vote for Turtle Bay:
When you arrive at Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s magical North Shore, it’s not hard to see why so many people fall in love here. There are ocean views just about everywhere, swaying palm trees and aloha fills the air. It’s also no surprise so many couples come here to getaway from the stress of life and enjoy a romantic escape together.
Here’s 7 Romantic Things to do in Oahu Hawaii's Turtle Bay Resort
Turtle Bay Resort partners with Pono Pacific to transform mauka property into world-class farmland Visionary approach will enhance sustainability, community and resilience
Turtle Bay Resort’s Canine Ambassador Pono wants to take you on one of his pawsome adventures!
Starting March 19, Pono will be going on hiking excursions with guests every Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m.
“Pono loves being outdoors on the trails and I know he’s going to love sharing Turtle Bay with new friends every week,” said Pono’s mom and Turtle Bay’s Director of the Guidepost Alicia McCumbers.