If you’re looking for a beach that has a mix of black rock, sand and trees, Pine Trees beach is the spot for you. Finding an intimate nook is not difficult at this spot and the view is stunning. Beach permit is required.
How romantic does this sound: have your ceremony on the little inlet of Captain Cook Bay, rent a sea kayak, get caught in a pod of dolphins (which of course you’ll have to hop out of the kayak to swim with), visit the Captain Cook statue, and end your big day with a local mango so fresh the juices run down your chin. This is the daily reality of Captain Cook Bay. Stunning location for the adventurous couple.
If you prefer sea turtles as an audience rather than people on-lookers, we recommend Kiholo Bay. A bit of a trek to get there, but definitely worth it for the wildlife and pristine blue waters backed by black sands. If you don’t mind a little bit of adventure, Kiholo Bay, just right outside of Kona, is a great spot to exchange your vows. Travel fees may apply.
North of Kona, this stretch of beach is a great spot for an intimate elopement. You won’t be bothered by onslaughts of tourists and the snorkeling is unbeatable. Exchange your vows then throw on your suits and snorkels!