Romantic Caribbean Honeymoon Destinations

April 3, 2015 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

beach couple walkingAfter months of planning your wedding it is time to relax and enjoy time together as honeymooners. For couples seeking a tropical paradise and barefoot walks in the sand then an island honeymoon might be for you. Embark on your new life together in one of the most romantic destinations in the world for a honeymoon in the Caribbean. Read on to learn a brief overview of select romantic Caribbean honeymoon destinations.

About the Caribbean

The Caribbean consists of a string of islands located in the vicinity of the Caribbean Sea. Consisting of 28 island nations, popular islands for a honeymoon include Antigua, Belize, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos, Aruba, Trinidad, and the Bahamas. Accommodations range from modest bed and breakfasts to super luxury all-inclusive resorts. Popular year round, the best time to go is during the high season which runs from December to April. For budget minded newlyweds, rates are lowest April to December.

Things to Do

The primary draw of the Caribbean islands is the beautiful beaches, warm sunshine, tropical breezes, lazy palm trees and sparkling waters. Depending on location top water activities may include sailing, diving, swimming, kiteboarding, windsurfing, paddle-boarding, kayaking and snorkeling. Outdoor activities may include horseback riding, hiking, zip lining, golfing, local trip excursions, and historical tours. Indulge in local culinary experiences or spend a day at the spa. The most important thing to do is to getaway, relax and spend time together as newlyweds.

Overview of Select Islands

(additional islands to be highlighted in the near future)

Bahamas

Located less than an hour away by plane from the US coast, the Bahamas are easily accessible. The official motto of “It’s better in the Bahamas” and best bets for honeymooners include Nassau, Grand Bahama and Paradise Island. Although technically not geographically located in the Caribbean, the Bahamas are considered a part of the Caribbean Community.

Saint Lucia

From gorgeous beaches to emerald rainforests and volcanos, Saint Lucia offers an intimate island experience especially for honeymooners. Most of the all-inclusive resorts are located on the north side of the island and the smaller more low key accommodations on found the southern half.

Jamaica

Considered one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, has been a longtime favorite with honeymooners. Known for Rastafarian culture, Montego Bay and cruise ships, Jamaica offers newlyweds a chance to experience white sandy beaches, misty mountains and lush tropical rainforests. Jamaica is also known for Blue Mountain coffee, distinctive local cuisine and reggae music.

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