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Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania releases 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania (HTO) has released the 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide, offering advice and experiences for couples planning a wedding, honeymoon, getaway or anniversary across the Hawaiian Islands.

The perfect destination for a truly memorable romantic escape, the Hawaiian Islands are home to some of the world’s most exclusive resorts in picturesque locations.

From heavenly spas and remote retreats, to buzzing nightlife and world-renowned dining, the 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide offers the best tips and tricks for an unforgettable holiday experience.

Recent consumer market research undertaken by HTO shows that 29 per cent of travellers to the Hawaiian Islands are couples.

Giselle Radulovic, country manager for Australia at HTO, said romance is an area that the organisation is focused on promoting in 2019.

“With couples making up a considerable proportion of travellers to Hawaii, we are happy to be able to provide them with a resource to assist in creating unparalleled romantic getaways with their loved ones,” she said.

The guide is available for free download and provides a general overview, map and information on the Hawaiian Islands, O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, Lāna‘I, Kaua‘i and the Island of Hawai‘i.

To download the 2019 Romance Hawai‘i guide, click here.

For a hard copy or more information about holding an event in Hawaii, please email info@hawaiitourism.com.au.

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