Tropical Honeymoon Destinations

Looking for a warm and friendly atmosphere to celebrate your recent nuptials? Choosing a tropical honeymoon destination can often feel like a kid in a candy store – so many options yet you can (or should) only leave with one!

Check out some of our favourite destinations if you want to enjoy the sea, sand, and sunshine on your honeymoon.

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Do we even need to add an explanation to this tropical island? Known for it’s crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, (which are totally Instagram-worthy), it is the ultimate honeymoon destination.

Tropical Honeymoon Destinations

Stay: Four Seasons Resort

Visit: Reethi Beach

St Barthélemy

Not only is this picture perfect location home to celebrities who love to escape big-city living, but it is seriously heaven on earth. You can relax in one of the many resorts, swim, snorkel, tan, and even go fishing.

Tropical Honeymoon Destinations

Stay: The Westin Dawn Beach Resort & Spa, St. Maarten

Visit: Gouverneur Beach

Okinawa Island, Japan

Well this was certainly unexpected! Did you know that Japan is known for its honeymoon destinations, Okinawa being right at the top of that list? Okinawa Island is one of the biggest islands belonging to Japan, and is also one of the most picturesque. The sub-tropical climate makes it a very attractive tourist destination, and a breath of fresh air for city-dwellers to escape to.

Tropical Honeymoon Destinations

Stay: Ana Intercontinental Manza Beach Resort

Visit: Cliffs at Manzamo

Sardinia, Italy

If you’re planning to travel through Europe, take a detour and visit the magical island of Sardinia. Right off the coast of mainland Italy is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, which is home to nearly 1.7 million tourists and locals at any given time.

There’s much to do in the summer time such as swim, taste the local delicacies and even visit a the islands many prehistoric structures.

Tropical Honeymoon Destinations

Stay: Hotel La Villa del Re

Visit: Monte d’Accoddi

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