Tahiti and the islands of French Polynesia offer a fascinating combination of island culture, pure romance and natural beauty, and are about as close to paradise as it is possible to find. Tahiti is almost designed to be the perfect place to go on honeymoon, and the mix of gorgeous beaches, idyllic settings and extreme relaxation is hard to beat.
A honeymoon is a once in a lifetime special occasion where you can spend time with your partner and just relax, away from the usual routine of life. But going on a honeymoon to a lesser known holiday destination might be chock full of surprises. These experiences are different and unexpected from the usual tour and travel packages of mainstream travel destinations. Want to know about some of these options for a not-so-typical honeymoon? Read on.
Many destinations in the world offer white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and an island lifestyle, but there is nothing quite like the Cook Islands.
Located in the heart of Pacific Ocean, the Cook Islands is made up of or archipelago of 15 inhabited islands, spread over 849,424 square miles, located between French Polynesia (Tahiti) and Tonga. Settled by Polynesians, the islands have a population of less than 15,000, and are rich in culture, history, scenery and experiences.
Weddings are an exciting, but expensive time in many couple’s lives. Many young couples who are struggling to make ends meet may decide to forego the traditional honeymoon in order to save money. Although this is a perfectly reasonable option for many, a trip, no matter how short and simple, can help a newly married couple escape the stresses of wedding planning and jumpstart their marriage in a fun and exciting way. It’s important to realize that honeymoons don’t have to be fancy or extravagant to be romantic. Check out our ten tips below to help you have a fun and meaningful honeymoon without starting your marriage in debt.
Recently we found out about Duane and Kim, an Australian couple planning a trip around the world. As we are huge fans of long term travel and extended career breaks, we naturally wanted to learn more about this intrepid couple and their exciting trip. After all, they have no set date to return home! Their plans will take them from Australia to Southeast Asia, and then into China, over to Europe and then to the U.S. We asked them a number of questions about their trip and their planning process, so read on to find out what they said.