(Closed) Honeymoon Advice

posted 6 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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10367 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

St. Lucia has hiking – it has beautiful mountainy interiors! It has the beaches you’re looking for, and i’m sure they have no-kid resorts!

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

We just got back from Couples Tower Ise and it was AWESOME!  Plenty to do but also very relaxing.  No kids, and a fairly small resort compared to lots of the Sandals ones.

http://couples.com/tower-isle/

Tower Ise was the cheapest which is why we chose it, so i can image the others are truly amazing as well!

Post # 5
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277 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Kauai!

It has basically everything you described, beautiful beaches, rainforests and waterfalls, zip lining, surfing etc.

There are big resorts on the island but you could also do a vacation rental from VRBO.com  or Airbnb.com. That way you have privacy of your own house or apartment and could make your own meals if you wanted. Some of them even have pools.

One thing about kauai is there is basically NO night life. Unless you are staying at a big resort or find a restaurant with a bar open late, the choices are few and far between. If you want a relaxing honeymoon with alittle bit of adventure I would highly reccomend Kauai. Have fun planning!!Cool

 

Post # 6
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2440 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

We’re going to the Majestic Elegance in Punta Cana.  I think it meets most of your requirements.  We’re doing a dune buggy tour, speed boat tour with snorkeling, and swim with dolphins.  There was also zip lining there and like a horseback riding/cultural tour that we ended up not booking.  It’s all inclusive at the Elegance club is adults only, but there are kids at the resort, the adults only section does have its own pool and section of the resort though.

Post # 7
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327 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Please allow me to recommend an all-inclusive vacation to Coco Plum Cay in Belize. Like, STRONGLY recommend. Apparently everyone else who has ever been there would like to do the same, because their reviews on TripAdvisor are unbelievably good.

The sand is white, and the water is clear and jade green. The island is tiny with only ten little huts for guests. The staff prepares three meals a day, and every single meal we had was delicious. Drinks that include locally made liquor are FREE. We took three snorkeling trips to the barrier reef, one zipline through the jungle, one tubing expedition down a river through a cave, and one trip to see Mayan ruins. We fell into bed every night around 10 o’clock feeling happy and tired but not exhausted.

If you’d like to see a video I took of the island, it’s up on YouTube. Again, I really can’t say enough good things about this place. It was like stepping into a postcard.

(Don’t watch the YouTube video posted by socalsponger06 – I don’t know what that video is, but it certainly doesn’t reflect the place where we took OUR honeymoon.)

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