Honeymoons: 5 trendy destinations for your honeymoon
According to Instat data, 194,377 weddings were celebrated in Italy in 2015, about 4,600 more than in 2014, and it is the most consistent annual increase since 2008. Even 2016 went pretty well for weddings, who knows if 2017 will confirm this. trend or if there will be any changes.
Of course, not all marriages are successful, indeed there are also those who do not even reach the altar. Watch this video!
- · 1. In the earthly paradise of the Cook Islands
- · 2. Discovering oriental traditions in Japan
- · 3. Snorkeling and intoxicating scents in Mauritius
- · 4. Adventures and nature in Australia
- · 5. Fun and kilometer-long beaches in the Dominican Republic
What is certain, and that does not change, is the will, once married, to indulge in a dream honeymoon, in distant paradises and in the name of the most absolute romanticism. What is also possible for those who have to deal with a limited budget, thanks to the habit of putting the wedding list in the travel agency, so with the help of relatives and friends you can give yourself a truly top honeymoon.
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Where to go then? Here are 5 ideal and trendy destinations to plan your honeymoon.
1. In the earthly paradise of the Cook Islands
The image speaks for itself. A true paradise on earth where you can indulge in absolute relaxation and romantic moments from the "Blue Lagoon". The Cook Islands are located in the ocean halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii and are a destination that until not too many years ago it was almost unknown, but it is becoming more and more attractive, precisely because of its uniqueness. makes it even more desirable.© iStock
2. Discovering oriental traditions in Japan
The East has always evoked great charm and the desire to discover a culture so far and different from ours. For this reason, it could be an excellent idea for a honeymoon that is not only sea and sun, but also the discovery of artistic beauties. and of millenary traditions.
A visit to Tokyo is not to be missed; to indulge yourself with a romantic city tour, there are also limousine rental services with private driver. While if you stay at the Hilton Odaiba Hotel, on its panoramic terrace overlooking the bay overlooking the Rainbow Bridge, you can enjoy a bath with rose petals and a panoramic view.
3. Snorkeling and intoxicating scents in Mauritius
The island of the Indian Ocean has focused on luxury hotels, it is therefore the perfect destination for a honeymoon, with its endless white sandy beaches, crystal clear sea, the fresh scent of frangipani and vanilla in the air. And it is also a true paradise for lovers of the seabed who can snorkel here, discovering marine species of all kinds.
The beginning of the trip could be a visit to "Ile des Deux Cocos, a" islet off the south-east coast of Mauritius in the marine protected area of Blue Bay; ideal for a day trip or to spend the first weekend as a husband and wife.
4. Adventures and nature in Australia
Dedicated to those planning a honeymoon in the name of adventure in unspoiled nature and discovering ancient civilizations such as that of the Aborigines, Australia lends itself well to a stay full of emotions.
Among the things not to be missed on your honeymoon, the spectacular sunsets of the Outback: a unique opportunity for a romantic tête à tête, tasting fresh fish during a cruise in Darwin Bay or on the Katherine River at the foot of the high gorges of the Nitmiluk National Park.
5. Fun and miles of beaches in the Dominican Republic
A classic that, for obvious reasons, never goes out of fashion: it is the Dominican Republic with its naturalistic paradises, but also the towns where fun and folklore reign supreme.
Among the most romantic places is the uncontaminated Playa Rincón, with its more than four kilometers of inlet of white sand and turquoise waters, and the Natural Park of Los Haitises, reachable by boat passing through a mangrove forest and where you can watch the spectacle of the whales that, until mid-March, come to the peninsula to reproduce.