- April 13, 2014 at 8:20 pm #437514
I’m having trouble thinking of places to go on our honeymoon, does anyone have any ideas/past experiences they could share? Can be within Australia or overseas.
Any contribution would be great! Thankyou!
-AprilApril 14, 2014 at 1:06 am #437519
It depends on how adventurous you both are? You could find a secluded eco resort and eat leafy greens while hot rocks are massaged into your backs’ simultaneously. Or perhaps Paris…….
I hope this helps
TiffApril 16, 2014 at 7:14 pm #437909
There is a really amazing place called Saffire Freycinet in Tasmania that’s worth looking at – also Longitude 131 near Ayers Rock is incredible. Both are quite expensive though.
There’s an amazing list here which has some stunning honeymoon locations – http://qosy.co/most-luxurious-hotels-retreats/June 19, 2014 at 2:29 pm #443266
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Last year two friends of ours had their wedding and honeymoon on the Greek island of Santorini. The guests stayed for the first week and then the newlyweds spent another week by themselves. It was simply a stunning place to have a wedding/honeymoon. We all stayed in a hotel along the caldera in a town called Oia tend. Slightly more upmarket than the towns like Kamari and Perissa, but worth every penny. The view out onto the crystal blue sea from the hotel every morning was stunning. Then there’s the food. Except for the wedding reception we ate out in tavernas in the town. Cheaper and much better than the overpriced restaurants by the water. My partner and I have just got engaged and we are seriously considering going back and doing it all over again – with us as bride and groom this time.July 23, 2014 at 5:28 pm #446664
Hi April!If you’re thinking of a tropical island that is not too far off from Australia, Bali is definitely an ideal destination for a romantic honeymoon.Beachfront villas are popular honeymoon accommodation – I would recommend villas located in the Peninsula, in areas such as Uluwatu or Jimbaran. If you are looking for a quieter region in Bali, villas along the Eastern coasts of Bali (Candidasa) are great too. If you prefer to be surrounded by greenery, you will enjoy a relaxing stay in quieter areas such as Canggu or Ubud. It is not difficult to find a villa surrounded by lush, green rice fields in these areas.
One of the best parts about having your honeymoon in Bali is that there is such a great variety of activities available – you and your partner could do water sports (surfing, snorkeling, diving), trekking, cycling, yoga, or head for spa treatments during your honeymoon.
I hope this helps!
Lin @ Wedding-Bali.comDecember 10, 2014 at 5:00 pm #473782
I am thinking of going to Bali, because I want to spend my honeymoon enjoy the beach and sunshine.February 15, 2017 at 10:25 pm #492155
If someone still looking for ideas for a honeymoon, I would like to give you a piece of advice. I think that perfect place for your honeymoon is Punta Cana (Dominican Republic). There is a wide range of advantages.
Honeymoon in the Dominican Republic for an unforgettable experience. The number one reason to spend your honeymoon in the Dominican Republic is it`s world renowned beaches. If beaches are your priority, spend your honeymoon in Punta Cana. Just google these places – Macao beach, Cabeza de toro, Uvero alto and Saona Island and you will see why.
Also, the Dominican Republic gives you a second chance to take amazing photos with stunning scenery. If a beach photoset does not excite you, there are plenty of other places that you can choose. From the cobble stoned streets of the European style village, Altos de Chavon, to the colorful colonial scenery of Santo Domingo and shining sapphire water of Hoyo Azul, the Dominican Republic gives everyone the opportunity to create a great photo book. Look at some examples at Punta Cana photographer`s website http://boykophotography.com/portfolios/love-story-2/
The Dominican Republic is the easiest to reach the destination in the Caribbean for visitors from the US and Canada, thanks to its 8 airports. Imagine how convenient it is to fly directly to an island without further connections.
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