Christmas and New Year is a busy time for wedding proposals, and if you are one of the many couples to get engaged this festive season (congratulations!), your New Year is sure to be filled with wedding venues, dresses, cake tasting, and of course, honeymoon planning!
Honeymoon packages come in all shapes and sizes, but if you are not sure where to start your “happily ever after”, here are a few Romantic Honeymoon Hotspots for 2014, where you can relax, unwind, and enjoy a week or two of pure indulgence…
Shoal Bay, Anguilla, Caribbean Honeymoon
A true gem of the Caribbean, Anguilla has yet to be overrun by Cruise Ship tourists and the diamond, perfume and souvenir shops that go with them, making it the perfect choice for an intimate and romantic honeymoon. Home to some of the world’s finest sandy beaches, beautiful boutique hotels, and all the water activities you could possibly wish for, Anguilla really does have it all (but don’t tell anyone!).
Chile & Argentina – A Double Destination Honeymoon
If beaches are not really your thing, why not take a self-drive honeymoon and explore the beauty of Chile and Argentina! From the vibrant cities of Santiago and Buenos Aires to the verdant Winelands of Maipo and Mendoza, and of course, the majestic landscapes of Patagonia, Chile and Argentina will appeal to connoisseur couples who enjoy luxury hotels, fine dining and magnificent wines!
South Pacific Honeymoon
Every bit as romantic and dreamy as you imagine, the islands of the South Pacific must have been created for Honeymooners! Popular honeymoon hotspots include French Polynesia, the Cook Islands and Bora Bora, but if your idea of the perfect 2014 honeymoon includes island hopping, endless white beaches, and snorkelling with a rainbow of sea life, then you can’t go wrong with the Fiji Islands.
South African Safari Honeymoon
Safari Honeymoons are more popular than ever before, and once you have tried it for yourself, you will understand why! South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Tanzania all offer the most magnificent Game Lodges, and I have yet to experience anything more romantic than watching the sun go down over Africa, while enjoying a glass of chilled bubbly with a loved one in the middle of the bush.