February 1, 2017
Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations
What better way to celebrate true love than with a romantic getaway in an exotic location. Choosing the perfect honeymoon destination is just as important as all of the intricate details of the wedding. It’s the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with your significant other and recharge, as you celebrate having just married the love of your life. Here are our top spots:
With perfectly warm weather all year and a stunning contrast of city meets ocean, coupled with a mountain backdrop, Hawaii is always a popular honeymoon spot. Do as little or as much as you want. Relax with cocktails, surf perfect waves, hike volcanic craters, helicopter over scenery from prehistoric times or shop until you drop. It’s easily accessible too, with direct flights from Brisbane.
Absolutely breathtaking scenery, stunning turquoise waters and an underwater wonderland to be discovered, the Maldives is the perfect destination for relaxation. With world class dining and villas right on the waterfront, you and your new spouse can surf, fish, boat, snorkel or even dive with whale sharks in what would be a dream honeymoon for any ocean lover.
3. TAHITI/FRENCH POLYNESIA
If you’re looking for exquisite natural beauty and locals who will welcome you with open arms, Tahiti is the place to go. There are volcanic peaks and azure lagoons to explore in what will be a stunning honeymoon full of love and relaxation. The Pacific hospitality with a French twist is certainly one to experience.
For those interested in adding little more spice to their romantic getaway, Mexico can provide all of the culture and adventure that’s required. Explore the art, history and architecture or the Aztec Pyramids, indulge in delicious Mexican cuisine or loosen up with a margarita or three. It has everything you could wish for in a honeymoon destination.
Italy is a foodie’s paradise. Pizza, pasta, antipasto, cheese, wine – your taste buds will be in overdrive as you explore one of Europe’s most romantic countries. Relax in the rolling hills of Tuscany, take a gondola ride along the canals of Venice or discover the history and culture of Pompeii. It’s a honeymoon destined to be rich in culture and unique experiences.
If you’re looking for exotic beaches, diverse cultures and great entertainment options, Mauritius is the perfect choice for your honeymoon destination. With a mixture of French, Chinese, Indian and African influences, the food and culture is exquisite. Tickle your tastebuds with new flavours or enjoy your old favourites while enjoying the delights of the local musical talent.
Bali is a wildly popular holiday destination for Australians, mostly because of the close proximity and cheaper flights, but it also makes for an amazing honeymoon spot. Relax in your luxury resort, explore the extensively beautiful surrounds that Indonesia offers or enjoy the beachfront bars and local shopping. It’s a cultural and social experience that will create both a romantic and adventurous getaway for you and your significant other.
Oh, the magic of Paris! It’s the most romantic city in the world making it the dream honeymoon location for a loved-up pair. Walk the famous promenades in Paris, climb the Eiffel Tower at night or relax in the French Riviera. From the coffee to the croissants, the art to the history, France is certainly one destination to consider.
For honeymooners looking for a little more adventure, the Philippines could be your dream spot. It’s perfect for divers, snorkelers and surfers with some of the world’s most phenomenal surf breaks just off the coastline. With friendly locals and unesco-protected dive sites it’s great for a couple looking to relax and explore the beauty of the ocean.
Relaxation and indulgence are the key ingredients for the perfect honeymoon and Greece certainly offers both. Immerse yourself in the laid-back culture while you enjoy stunning views, delicious food and some of the most spectacular sunsets you will ever see. It’s the perfect romantic getaway location, that
will most certainly never be forgotten.