Best Honeymoon Holiday Destinations

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Best Honeymoon Holiday Destinations

 
What’s the best thing about getting married? Committing yourself to your partner forever? Spending time celebrating with all your family and friends? No, it’s the honeymoon of course! But where are the best honeymoon destinations? Let us guide you through some of our favourites.
 

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

 
Tucked away close to Tahiti, is the ultimate romantic island getaway Bora Bora, the ultra-romantic paradise honeymoon destination. This is the place to come for bright blue lagoons, amazing bungalows on the sea, relaxing white sandy beaches, and colourful hibiscus flowers. While here you can do some romantic hiking, scuba diving, cruising amongst many more activities. With many amazing hotels and resorts to choose from, your stay here will be the most comfortable and luxurious. 

Bali 

 
The quiet and relaxing atmosphere in Bali will start your honeymoon on a spiritual journey. The heart of Bali features dramatic volcanoes and hillside temples alongside many luxurious restaurants and bustling bars and clubs. For those couples looking for a sense of relaxation and peace, you can travel to Ubund, known for its famous landscapes, surrounded by rainforests, and home to many Hindu temples and shrines. One of the most popular surf beaches in Bali is Bingin Beach, it is one of the islands most hidden beaches, encompassing limestone cliffs on the southwestern peninsula. For those couples looking to shop, you won’t be disappointed, Seminyak beach resort is the place to be. With many high-end shops and restaurants alongside lustrous bars and clubs with views of the Indian Ocean shoreline you won’t be disappointed.
 

Seychelles

 
With 115 pristine islands, sugar sand beaches, warm turquoise waters with enchanting mountainsides, the Seychelles is a place you will go and won’t be disappointed. You will be able to explore the underwater world of turtles, marine fishes, kaleidoscopic coral gardens and even ancient shipwrecks. It is known as one of the most romantic places in the world. If you are like me and can’t sit on the beach for too long, the Seychelles is the perfect place as not only can you relax you can also go island hopping for a bit of fun! There are regular ferries, speedboat and helicopter transfers so you can combine at least two or three destinations should you wish. 
 

Maldives

 
The Maldives is a fan favourite for many couples with each resort sitting on its very own island. When you arrive there are no long transfers, you will instead soon be stepping ashore on your private white-sand beach escaping from the hectic few months leading to your wedding. Just like Bora Bora you can have your very own villa over water and access to secluded private beaches. You can fill your days by relaxing on the beach, eating endless amounts of luxurious food followed by world-class snorkelling and diving alongside many other water sports. All followed by some spa treatments, sunset cruises and picnics on uninhabited islands.
 

New Zealand 

 
For those who are looking for a bit more adventure from their honeymoon one of the best places to go is New Zealand. With a bit more nature, the remote country situated in the southwest Pacific Ocean offers a chance to experience rugged coastline, uncut mountain regions, Alpine scenery, and breath-taking waterfalls and glaciers. If you do decide to go New Zealand here are some things to know, you will have access to Geothermal hot springs, rugged, rocky coastline, glaciers, bright blue lakes, beautiful fjords and rivers, snow-capped mountains. You will find everything you are looking for here including white water rafting, sea kayaking, and jet boating. On—and above—land, you can mountain bike, canyon swing, go rock climbing and zip-lining, skydive, and even try Zorbing. The world is your oyster. 
 
If you do decide to check out any of these honeymoon holiday destinations, remember stay safe and follow the Covid guidelines when travelling. Keep an eye on the FCO website.
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