If you are freshly weds or just celebrating a milestone in your relationship, then there is no other way to celebrate your upcoming life together than by travelling to some exotic place with intimate resorts and have some quality alone time. Scroll down to see the Top Destinations For Love Birds And Honeymooners.
Tahiti is officially known as French Polynesia and there are 118 small islands. Each of them is a tiny paradise. Choose Tahiti as your next destination and get ready to go on the world’s most romantic voyage ever. Browse through the photos below and see why to book your trip exactly here!
The Republic of Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean–Arabian Sea area and its islands are so dispersed making the country one of the world’s most geographically dispersed country. There are 1,192 coral islands and each one of them is going to leave you speechless. The Maldives is a lovely wedding destination and you are seeking for a calm and relaxing place, this is the right choice for you. Visitors don’t need a visa, irregardless of the country they come from. They only need a valid passport, sufficient amount of money while their stay there and booked accommodation. After seeing the photos we have found for you, you would love to dip your feet into the crystal water, wake up to see the amazing sunrise and the endless sky. Go ahead and embrace the idyllic and sophisticated pleasures both on land and water.
The Republic of Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, and should be on your list as a possible top destination for your honeymoon. It’s a group of 115 islands and it will give you a relaxing and enjoyable experience. It has so many relaxing beaches. Choose a small, deserted one and make some unforgettable moments with your loved one. They are not crowded at all and are not touched by human influence. If your significant other and you are looking for tranquility this is the place to visit for sure. The blue skies and waters make breathtaking sceneries. Even if you get bored of laying around and relaxing, there are plenty of water sports for the water enthusiasts: scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, windsurfing and so on. If you decide to visit this place you won’t need a visa. All you need is a passport that is valid for at least six months and booked accommodation before arrival.