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Maui Honeymoon Photographer

There is no place more romantic or relaxing than the island of Maui, so whether it’s a honeymoon, babymoon, anniversary or just a romantic getaway, you’ll want to remember it forever.  This is the perfect time to find a Maui photographer to capture the moments you will cherish forever. With long walks on the beach during a Maui sunset, amazing oceanfront restaurants, whales breaching in the distance, snorkeling in the warm tropical waters and so much more on your plate during your short time on the island, how can you find time for a romantic session with a Maui photographer? The question should be, How can you not? This trip will create memories that will last a lifetime, don’t cheat yourself out of images that will last even longer. Plus make ALL of your facebook friends so jealous! Invest an hour of your time during the vacation of a lifetime for the future, to capture images that will live up to the memories. So whether you want an intimate beach portrait session at sunset or a fun in the sun afternoon I hope you choose me as your Maui photographer. I’d love to be a part of your story.

If I may add some recommendations to your trip, as a Maui photographer you pick up a thing or two.

If you’re here during whale season (November – May) it is a an incredible adventure to go whale watching. I’d recommend Trilogy Excursions. They have a smaller number of people per boat than some of the other guys and are very friendly.

There’s a lot of great food on the island! Your first morning here (when you’re internal clock is still on mainland time) get up early and go to Gazebo Restaurant. Don’t ask questions, just go, there will be a wait, it will give you time to wake up and thank me later! If you’re wanting a burger check out Cheeseburger in Paradise or Cool Cat Cafe both are in Lahaina on Front Street. For seafood nothing is better than Mama’s Fish House! It is located on the north shore in Paia. Other places worth mentioning are Lelani’s in Whaler’s Village and Lahaina Grill. If you’re staying on the south side you’ll have to check out Coconuts Fish Cafe or for an ONO bite for lunch, then nothing is better than 808 Deli in south Kihei.

As far as beaches go “Big Beach” is my personal favorite. Located south of Kihei in Makena State Park it’s called big beach for a reason. I’ve seen whales, dolphins and some pretty sweet body boarders there. If you want to check out some local surfers go to Honolua Bay, north of Napili. When you take the Road To Hana, because you WILL, stop in Waianapanapa State Park and check out the black sand beach, then just up the road the Red Sand Beach on Kaihalulu Bay.

Don’t forget which Maui photographer gave you a little insight to the island!