I'm planing to spend up to 15 days on 3 islands for my honeymoon. The plan is described below:
Day 2: driving south to Diamond head --> Hanauma Bay--> China man’s hat --> Pali lookout --> Vally of temples --> Kualoa Ranch (jungle expedition tour) --> back to Honolulu
Day 3: driving to the North shore and Waimea falls park. Early afternoon- Polynesian culture center.
Day 4: going around Honolulu- downtown, Chinatown, Iolanai palace, capitol state, Manoa falls trail.
Evening flight to Kauai
Day 5: Driving to Waimea Canyon state park. Waimea Canyon Lookout, Pele Lookout. Kokee national park.
Day 6: Kauai North Shore: Morning sail to Napali Coast. Kee beach, Limahuli Garden (1.5 hours). Hanelei Valley lookout, lighthouse
Day 7: Opaekaa falls. Wailua falls. Smith’s tropical paradise- take a river tour of 1.5 hours to Fern Grutto. Driving to the south via tree tunnel (road 50). Stopping at spouting horn, national botanical gardens, Allerton garden.
Evening flight to Maui
Day 8 : Driving to Haleakala national park early in the morning. A short hike. On way back- Upcountry Maui: Makawao. If more time is left : Kula botanical gardens, Ulupalakua, Tropical plantation.
Day 9- Iao Valley state park . Complete visit in upcountry from the previous day
Day 10- Morning wale watching sail (2 hours). Going around Lahaina. Kaanapali Beach. In the evening- Old Lahaina Luau
Day 11- Road to Hana. Spend a night in Hana
Day 12: Garden of Eden Arboretum and Botanical Garden near Hana. Pools of Oeho, Pipiwai Trail. Way back to Lahaina
Day 13: flight back
Is that a good plan?