The wedding went perfectly, and the knot has been tied. Begin the rest of your life with the trip of a lifetime. Our planet has a plethora of top honeymoon spots from exotic islands to Iceland, and from extravagant to budget-friendly. You should plan your trip well ahead, so start exploring with these top 4 honeymoon destinations.
4) Bora Bora
Yes, Bora Bora. This small island reeks of honeymoon tradition. Perhaps it has something to do with the dormant volcanoes that rise above a lush jungle. Or the aquamarine lagoon. Eighteenth-century British explorer James Cook even named it “the pearl of the Pacific.”
Bora Bora has plenty of luxurious and unique resorts to choose from. The sky is sunny, and the locals are friendly. Take a trip to Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple 200 feet above the Indian Ocean for an unforgettable sunset.
3) White House, Jamaica
You can still have an exotic honeymoon without breaking the bank thanks to Jamaica’s many luxurious all inclusive vacation packages. Resorts nestled in nature preserves facing the beach give couples a free honeymoon package that includes a bottle of chilled sparkling wine, breakfast in bed, and more. Relax on the beach, go scuba diving- all of those things you would do on any exotic island.
2) Kauai, Hawaiian Islands
Hawaii has long been a favorite honeymoon destination. It’s easy to get to from the mainland, still in the country, and yet exotic. For a Hawaiian honeymoon, your best bet is the romantic island of Kauai. Swaying palms, rough green mountains, and the splendid Pacific gives this island the name of the Garden Isle. Being the oldest of all the Hawaiian Islands adds a romantic flair.
Kauai is large enough to find plenty to do but small enough not to get overwhelmed. A drive from one end of the 105-mile long island to the other will give you the chance to see plenty of scenery.
Take a romantic sunset cruise along the Na Pali coast, and go one one of Kauai’s amazing helicopter tours.
If both of you are the adventurous type, why not plan your honeymoon accordingly? Chase the Northern Lights at a remote-feeling hotel on largely uninhabited Iceland. The scenery here will have you in awe as it changes every few minutes. You’ll experience volcanic landscapes that look almost lunar, grassy green middle earth, massive waterfalls, and soaring geysers.
Not everything is cold and stark here. Visit Snaefellsjokull National Park to see massive lava formations. Stop by the Blue Lagoon and take a dip in the various pools and hot springs.