5 O‘ahu Valentine’s Day Dates for Every Couple

Whether you’re looking to swoon your adventurous, artsy or luxury-loving partner, we have you covered with these Valentine’s Day itineraries.


The Baller

Paradise Helicopters

Photo: Courtesy of Paradise Helicopters


If your pockets are deeper than most, or if you’re open to spending a pretty penny on your lover this year, impress your partner with a doors-off helicopter tour, then whisk him or her off to your lavish accommodations and dinner at Turtle Bay Resort. 

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The Adventurer

Kailua Beach Adventures

Photo: Courtesy of Kailua Beach Adventures


For your partner who would rather be outside in the elements more than anything, venture to the Mokulua islands via kayak for a date that will get you a little salty, sandy and sun-soaked.

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The Budget Baller

Pu‘u ‘Ualaka‘a Wayside State Park

Photo: Courtesy of Tripadvisor


If you’re looking to have all of the romance and surprises without the big budget, prepare with your favorite bottle of wine and blankets for a sunset toast with a 180-degree view of O‘ahu’s south shore, a dinner of bold Burmese flavors from a new Chinatown restaurant and a drink (or two) at a hidden second-floor lounge. 

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The Art & Culture Lover

Pow! Wow! Hawai‘i

Photo: Courtesy of Pow! Wow! Hawai‘i


If you find yourself constantly in awe of your artistic and creative partner, inspire your right-brained other half with a walk through Kaka‘ako as the artists behind Pow! Wow! Hawai‘i make their murals come to life; hit up a wine bar for dinner and live music; and then head to a private room at WorkPlay for cocktails and a visual feast of one of Kaka‘ako’s newest hipster lounges.

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The Romantic

Kualoa Ranch

Photo: Courtesy of Kualoa Ranch


If your partner is a secret hopeless romantic, woo him or her with a day spent horseback riding in the valleys of Kualoa Ranch, a beautiful drive up the northeast side of the island and a candle-lit ocean-view dinner at Hale‘iwa Beach House.

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