Get Away From It All - Top 8 Places to Honeymoon
By Kristen Castillo
Your honeymoon is a well deserved vacation, after months of wedding stress and planning, you and your husband get to venture off to enjoy a post-wedding retreat.
All inclusive Resorts and cruises are popular because of the ease-factor -- it's the no-worry approach to vacationing. Nothing to worry about once you are there. No need to think about where to have dinner, what to do for entertainment, or where to go to the beach. All of the above are at easy access adding an extra element of relaxation to your trip.
Honeymoons to Europe and to the South Pacific are also popular because they offer adventure and romance. With so many travel hot-spots to consider, it's good to weigh your vacation options. Let's take a look at the top places to getaway from it all.
This exotic honeymoon locale is comprised of 333 islands. Words used to describe Fiji include secluded, romantic, remote and lush. Bulafiji.com, the web site of Fiji's Visitors Bureau offers the following travel advice to honeymooners: picnic on a private beach; sail on a sunset cruise; go snorkeling at night (the water is warm at night) and participate in a meke, a local dance in which Fijians dress in grass skirts, leis and tapa cloth.
In Fiji, some honeymooners choose to stay in a bure, which is a thatched roof villa. Attire for a Fijian honeymooner is casual and comfortable. Shorts and t-shirts are the norm here.
Tahiti and her islands cover over two million square miles of the South Pacific Ocean and is comprised of 118 islands. This exotic destination is home to a mere 220,000 people. According to the Tahiti Tourism Board, Hawaii has more visitors in 10 days than Tahiti will have in a year.
Bora Bora and Moorea are of two of the most popular islands for visitors. English, French and Tahitian are the languages of these islands. Tourists will find that the natives are shy at first but warm up to their guests in no time.
The other island warmth is from the sun. The year round temperature in Tahiti is much like San Diego