Island Honeymoon

An island honeymoon is a natural choice for anyone looking for a romantic getaway. What could be better than a secluded paradise, where you can relax in a world of natural beauty? Whether you’re looking for a quiet time, adventurous water sports, culture, or nature and wildlife, you’ll find all of these and more.That’s one of the reasons why islands are some of the most popular honeymoon destinations.

Each honeymoon island has a unique character, and you’ll love the cheerful energy of Jamaica, the serene calm of Cozumel and the lighthouses and beach roses at Nantucket. Your trip will be punctuated with delicious meals, colorful drinks and energizing music. The Hawaiian Islands are a tropical Eden, with coral reefs, atolls, lagoons, volcanos, tropical forest inland and miles and miles of sandy beaches, but that’s just the setting. Discover the richness of the culture and the friendliness of the people to understand the true magic of the islands.

Depending on your tastes, you can spend your time at quiet beaches, fun resorts, nature reserves, nightclubs, water sports, and more. Activities like whale watching, snorkeling amid the coral reefs, kayaking and sunset cruises will add a touch of magic to the days. Hiking, horse riding on the beach, and adventure sports like zip lining and scuba diving will appeal to more adventurous travelers.

Another classic island honeymoon destination is Santorini, which can become your gateway to the Aegean Sea and the Greek Islands. Admire the local architecture, taste the delicious food and local wines, explore the inland country, the caldera and the archeological sites at Akrotiri and Thera, and spend lazy days on the beach or on fishing trips.

Bora Bora and the islands of French Polynesia are like something out of a storybook, with picture perfect blue seas, white sands and day after day of serene, cloudless skies. Luxury villas with thatch roofs built over the water epitomize the tropical honeymoon experience. There’s just one problem: you may never want to leave.