Planning your honeymoon of 2020? If you’re planning a wedding for 2021, check out our best destinations for the year. Explore some amazing places from around the world below that are perfect for an unforgettable honeymoon!
Bora Bora is a small, French Polynesian island with picturesque beaches and luxurious resorts. The dormant volcano Mount Otemanu makes for great photo-ops or challenging hikes, while the friendly locals can help you catch glimpses of some of the island's best sights during off-road excursions. To relax, head to Matira Beach, where crystal clear water meets soft sand in perfect combination; most travelers say it's worth every penny
The magnetic City of Light draws visitors from around the globe who see iconic attractions like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and Arc de Triomphe. But what travelers really fall in love with are its quaint cafes, vibrant markets, trendy shopping districts, and unmistakable je ne sais quoi charm. Get lost wandering along Paris' cobblestone streets or grab a croissant for an hour on one of many banks by the Seine river as you enjoy your stay at this most magical city! If you're up for another day trip outside of France's capital region, head about 15 miles southwest to Palace Versailles - that is, if it fits within your schedule because they don't call it.
New Zealand's South Island is a mountainous paradise that brims with lush, diverse landscapes. You can enjoy the dramatic mountains of Fiordland National Park on an easy hike or explore the glaciers in Queenstown if you're feeling more daring. Suppose you want to look up at New Zealand’s night sky without leaving your home country, head over to Canterbury University for their Mount John Observatory, and take in all those stars!
Whether you're driving along the Road to Hana, enjoying a bird's-eye view of the lush coastline from a helicopter, snorkeling with sea turtles, or simply relaxing on the Hawaiian island's honey- or black-colored beaches, you'll find that Maui is unlike any other tropical destination. Don't miss out on an opportunity to visit Haleakala National Park, which has miles and miles of trails for hiking in one of its most famous dormant volcanoes. Additionally, don't forget about attending at least one luau here where there are tons of local dishes like poi (a kind of rice dish), poke(tuna salad), and mahimahi (grilled fish).
Travel to Tahiti, the largest island in French Polynesia. There you can laze on lavish overwater bungalows with beautiful views of black sand beaches and turquoise waters while enjoying some of your most relaxing days ever. Beyond these posh resorts are many other natural attractions like prime snorkeling conditions or incredible surfing opportunities perfect for thrill-seekers! For a more cultural experience, visit ancient temples around 1200 AD or explore one of their traditional marketplaces filled with authentic locally made crafts by talented artisans who will surely impress even the pickiest traveler's taste buds. If this sounds too expensive, try finding an affordable vacation rental close to all those great sights mentioned above.
Located in southern Thailand, Phuket offers something for everyone. Whether budget-minded traveler or backpacker on the go who's looking to enjoy some new adventures without breaking your wallet - this is a perfect spot! Activities like spa treatments and boat tours come with low price tags, as do accommodations. For stunning scenery? Check out the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay and lounge on its gorgeous white sand beaches (Freedom Beach and Bangtao Beach are two visitor favorites). Other must-sees include Wat Chalong Temple & Big Buddha. Once the sun sets, then take part in the island nightlife scene.
When visiting the Eternal City, prepare to cross a few must-see attractions – including the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain - off of your bucket list. In nearby Vatican city, you can find additional treasures like St Peter's Basilica. Escape tourist crowds by taking an evening stroll along Trastevere cobblestone streets or heading over to Mercato Centrale Roma for local delicacies such as gelato and pizza before leaving Rome; peruse lesser-known museums, art galleries, boutiques before you leave this historical city!
London is a world unto itself. The eclectic neighborhoods, which are home to a blend of historical landmarks and modern-day attractions, can keep you occupied for days. So if it's your first time in London, plan to visit the Tower of London or Tate Modern before sitting down with friends over classic afternoon tea on one side while watching soccer games at Kings Cross Station through the other window!
This Spanish city is a feast for the eyes: Visitors can walk past medieval architecture in the Barri Gòtic, snap photos of spires and domes at Basilica de la Sagrada Família and marvel at Antoni Gaudí's whimsical creations. La Barceloneta beach provides an oasis on hot days or after playing some rounds of golf before checking out restaurants along Las Ramblas that buzz with life all hours into the night. For travelers who want to see Barcelona from above, trek up Mount Tibidabo or mount Bunkers del Carmel, where you'll have 360-degree views over Spain's second-largest metropolis like never before!
Seoul, the capital of South Korea and one of Asia's favorite destinations for tourists. Over 500 years old, Seoul has grown into a thriving metropolis home to over 10 million people, with one-third being foreign-born residents from China or Vietnam. With such diversity in its population, it should come as no surprise that cultural festivities are happening all year long--from traditional Korean music performances at Gyeongbok Palace during Lunar New Year to the annual Daejeon World Cup. Soccer Tournament on Christmas Day!