Who better than travel agents to determine the best honeymoon destinations in the world?
Vacation, an online travel advice planning tool put together by Travel Leaders Group, recently surveyed around 150 travel agents specializing in honeymoon and destination weddings. Here are the top six destinations for honeymooners!
Known for its luxury resorts, beaches and landscapes, it’s no surprise that this eastern Caribbean island has made its mark. Travel agents surveyed recommend that couples go scuba diving, take a catamaran trip, hike the Pitons, relax with a mud bath at Sulfur Springs, and book an excursion in a cocoa plantation at the Hotel Chocolat. remembrance of their recent nuptials.
Some recommendations for honeymooners on this laid-back island include a trip to Blue Hole in Ocho Rios, a horseback ride in the ocean, and a romantic massage with a couple of sea salt and hot stones.
BORA BORA AND THE ISLANDS OF TAHITI
The overwater bungalows have placed these islands at the forefront of the dreams of the newlyweds. Each bungalow has its own staircase directly into the ocean and your dining room table has a glass top that looks out into the water so you can watch the fish below!
LA RIVIERA MAYA, MEXICO
A honeymoon in the Riviera Maya offers more luxury treatments and a shorter journey time. Suggestions include a day trip to the interior of the country, to the Yucatan Peninsula, to visit Chichen Itza, a visit to Xcaret, the eco-archaeological park and a ziplining ride to Xplor Park for the more couples. adventurous.
For those who want to spend time on the beach, consider the Amalfi Coast. Couples who prefer culture and city life should consider Florence, where they can visit countless museums, take cooking classes, or take trips to local towns like Pisa.
Each Hawaiian island has its own charm and attractions. Maui offers luxury beachfront resorts and the epic Road to Hana trip. Oahu attracts honeymooners with its sense of urban surf and the urban subway, while in Kauai, couples can explore breathtaking natural wonders by walking to Wailua Falls.