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Top 10 Honeymoon Spots Around The World
Top 10 Honeymoon Spots Around The World

Every bride will tell you that a day that is bigger than her wedding day is the day she and her hubby get into a plane to their honeymoon.

It’s very important for a bride and groom to chose a perfect honeymoon sport that will meet all their expectations of being a newly wedded couple, so we looked around the web and found the world’s top 10 honeymoon spots, they are compiled by Michael Cottam who created TheBigDay website.

St. Lucia

Probably the most recognizable views in the Caribbean are the Pitons, lush green traffic-cone shaped mountains just south of Soufriere Bay.  With wonderful Caribbean culture and food, rain forest hikes and canopy rides, great scuba diving and snorkeling, and sailing and powerboating, there’s a ton to see and do here when you finally get tired of sunning yourselves on the gorgeous beaches.


A terrific destination for eco-adventures with the Belize Barrier Reef, over 450 offshore islands (“Cayes”), great rivers for kayaking and rafting, excellent diving and snorkeling, and amazing bird-watching and wildlife-spotting in the many jungle reserves.  There are Mayan ruins as well, and hundreds of cave systems for adventurous explorers.


It’s like a cross between Bora Bora and India.  Typically, resorts are one-to-an-island, on a double chain of 26 atolls off the southeastern tip of India.  Like Bora Bora, overwater bungalows abound–the exotic food and culture draws from neighboring India.  It’s a fantastic place for scuba diving and snorkeling (ever seen a whale shark?), and like Bora Bora, it’s uncrowded and private.  And if you don’t really want to swim with the fishies but still want to see them, then check out the Conrad Hilton Rangali Island, whose restaurant Ithaa is a glass underwater tube.  If you’re looking for pampering, there are plenty of island resorts that have their own spa, but the Four Seasons Maldives Resort’s spa has its own island. Other fabulous resorts to think about:  Baros, One & Only Reethi Rah, and Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru.

French Polynesia

Bora Bora is awesome, with the overwater bungalows and Mount Otemanu–in the center of the lagoon–is an incredible jagged knife-edge of a mountain that almost doesn’t look real.  Bora Bora can be expensive, however, with overwater bungalows often running over $1000/night.  But there’s a way to make this more affordable, and in fact have an even better experience and see some of Moorea and Papeete as well.

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