4 Reasons Why Hawaii Is a Good Place to Find an Older Man

beachHawaii isn’t just a hot vaca­tion spot—it’s also one of the top five states where women reported hav­ing no prob­lem dat­ing an older man with at least 30 years on them, accord­ing to a sur­vey by the online dat­ing site SugarDaddyForMe.com. So why are Hawai­ian women attracted to older men?

Money: It isn’t cheap to own real estate on the lux­u­ri­ous islands—the cost of hous­ing is higher in Hawaii than in most other states. An older man is more likely to have the cash to afford the fancy beach­front digs.

Sta­tus: If there’s one place where aging is embraced, it’s Hawaii, where elders are regarded with utmost respect, honor, and author­ity. There’s def­i­nitely a cer­tain allure to being with an older man that holds that kind of stature and pres­tige in the community.

Geog­ra­phy: Hawaii’s warm and trop­i­cal cli­mate, lush green­ery, and stun­ning ocean beaches make it the ideal spot for a bud­ding romance, regard­less of age. Women arguably want some­one to enjoy it with and if that means a well-to-do, older man, then even better.

Lifestyle: Hawai­ians enjoy a very sim­ple, laid­back lifestyle. They value the peace and tran­quil­ity of nature, and prac­tice nat­ural heal­ing. The Hawai­ian cul­ture empha­sizes health and well­ness, and because of this, an older man could be just as phys­i­cally fit as a younger one.


Spira, J., “Online Dat­ing Sur­vey Says Over 50% of Women Will Date Men 30 Years Older,” Huff­in­g­ton Post web site, April 24, 2013; http://goo.gl/wQspq.