A step of the altar, the illusion and nerves are more present than ever. Nothing can fail and the long-awaited day of the ‘i do’: the clothes, the makeup, the decoration, the ‘eating plan’… But just as important as the day of the link, is the long-awaited honeymoon. That trip to the newly-weds begin to walk a path together.
Choose destination is not an easy task: the honeymoon should be a dream. So if you are not yet clear where to go, here are a number of places where you can enjoy a ‘hooneymoon’ spectacular.
Punta Cana, Royal Caribbean Dominican Republic
With regard to tropical beaches, Punta Cana has nothing to envy to the Riviera Maya. Its crystal clear waters, the palm trees full of coconuts, its varied marine fauna and its coral reefs filled with color this town, known for the joy and positivism that transmit their inhabitants – who live to the rhythm of the music. A place that can also boast of being one of the favorites to live the ‘honeymoon’.
The TRS Turquesa Hotel, surrounded by lush gardens, is an excellent choice for those that sound with the combination infallible: ‘sun and beach’ – because the sea is only a step. Beach club, two swimming pools, five restaurants and bars – one with show cooking and another whose letter is specialized in French cuisine, among others – are just some of the services that will make you think twice, if you really want to leave the hotel.
A Polynesian paradise unknown in New Zealand: the Cook Islands
These fifteen scattered islands of Polynesia, New Zealand, in the Pacific Ocean, enclose scenarios ‘film’. Beaches and tropical forests, lagoons of turquoise waters – as the Muri or Black Rock-, volcanic rocks, in caves hide rocks with unusual shapes due to the erosion of the water – as the Anatakitaki-… An exotic destination, ideal for those who are looking to relax – The Pacific Resort Aitutaki offers different therapeutic and beauty treatments.
However, it is also a good choice for those who have an adventurous spirit, since they can dare to discover the islands via a hiking trail; walk along its winding roads in ‘mountain bike’, or ‘quad’; camping in the middle of nature in the camping Ikurangi Eco Resort – the first eco-friendly accommodation which has a tent for the exclusive ‘honeymooners’-; or to learn about the tropical fish, sea turtles and corals that are under its waters.
In addition, Turama Pacific Travel Group has just launched a few tours with guide in spanish, visitors to unravel the secrets of the island of Rarotonga. Now there’s no excuse for not discover this hidden paradise.
Peru, the heart of the Inca Empire
Since its capital, Lima, hosted one of the wedding of the year – of the princes of Hannover, Alessandra de Osma and Christian of Hannover, the South American country resonates with force as the bridal suite and, of course, on a honeymoon. A wide gastronomic offer -the cebiche, causa limeña and anticuchos are some of their star dishes—there are places of wild nature and countless ruins you will be transferred to the ancient Inca Empire. In fact, in the highest navigable lake in the world, the Titicaca – where, according to legend, emerged the first Incas-, is located the Hotel Titicaca.
Can you imagine being able to sleep with spectacular views to the sacred city of the Incas, Machu Picchu? Because this is what you offer the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge and Picchu Pueblo Hotel, an Andean village of adobe, stone and stucco.
On board of one of the cruises of Rivers & Forest Expeditions, Jungle Experiences or Delfin Amazon Cruises, you can navigate the headwaters of the Amazon River, the largest river in the world, with all the features that can be found in any hotel.
Not suitable for those with vertigo, stands, to no less than 3,000 meters of height, the Hotel Monasterio in Cusco. Built 450 years ago, its dependencies, still retains the style of the colonial era and served, in origin, as a cloister of monks.
But if you are looking for a refuge in nature, then you need to think about the Doubletree Paracas. Icon of the sustainable development, this luxury hotel, in harmony with the landscape, look at the cliffs, beaches and islands of this coastal region of Peru.