Where to go on Honeymoon? What better place to start than the honeymoon destination of choice for Marilyn Monroe, who honeymooned at the historic Jamaica Inn on the island of Jamaica. Jamaica offers romantic island hideaways where you can experience Jamaica’s authentic laid back lifestyle, away from the hustle and bustle of Montego Bay. Port Antonio, a hotspot in the 1960’s to the likes of Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor, is a quaint market town, where you can swim in the Blue Lagoon and stay in secluded waterfront villas with inviting infinity pools. A honeymoon in this ‘Land of Springs’ offers plenty of rivers and waterfalls to visit scattered across the island, including the famous Dunn’s River Falls. Brightsun Travel offers romantic holidays to Jamaica where you can relax, Jamaica style.
Another fantastic honeymoon spot is Hawaii, which offers a selection of six truly unique island paradises. Oahu is perhaps the most well known, with lively Honolulu and Waikiki Beach. Or there’s the island of Maui, a resort heaven offering luxurious all inclusive Hawaii holidays for those honeymooners who want to take advantage of prime oceanfront real estate, with spas, on site restaurants and day tours right on your doorstep. The island of Kauai is a little more secluded and home to what's known as the ‘Grand Canyon’ of the Pacific, and the Nepali coastline, one of the most spectacular in Hawaii, with red and gold sandy beaches and colourful coral reefs. More secluded still is Hawaii Island, with active volcanoes, lush jungles, snow-capped mountains and white and black sandy beaches, all in one truly unique Island destination.
Finally there’s the Maldives, home to some of the world’s best beaches, as well as resorts fit for luxurious holidays of a lifetime. The Maldives is a collection of 1200 amazing small islands, of which only 200 are inhabited, with half of these set aside for resort heaven. Brightsun Travel can arrange exclusive holidays to Maldives in outstanding resorts that would make for the most memorable of honeymoons. All the resorts in the Maldives are set on private islands, meaning you can spend your days swimming with tropical fish in deliciously warm waters, exploring magnificent coral islands and visiting iconic blue lagoons. Or you can simply take it easy, relaxing on palm fringed beaches and watch dramatic sunsets from over water villas.