According to the Maldives government, more than 100,000 British citizens visit this Indian Ocean archipelago every year, and it’s easy to see why.
With guaranteed sunshine and direct flights from across the UK, the Caribbean offers all-inclusive deals, boutique one-offs and special treatment for newlyweds.
Greece has enjoyed something of a renaissance over recent years in terms of stylish accommodation. Add to that its accessibility and the natural beauty of its mainland and islands, and you have a strong honeymoon contender.
Italy is hard to beat for old-school romance. It’s no surprise that the number one honeymoon in Italy is the Amalfi Coast with its picturesque towns and villages including Minori, Ravello and Sorrento.
Thailand remains an exotic destination for UK couples and in its favour are high standards of service and relatively affordable long-haul prices.
Africa offers honeymooners so many options that you can have two or three experiences in one. The combination of a safari followed by a week of beach relaxation is a popular choice.
Mauritius was once known as a five-star destination with three-star hotels. That has changed totally with the arrival of some superb resort hotels that are very popular with honeymooners.
The Seychelles represents the pinnacle of beach luxury. Whichever island you visit, you’ll find extremely high standards, and a pristine environment.
The rise of the staycation during pandemic lockdowns put the UK regions firmly on the map, and they are still popular with many honeymooners.
Momentum is growing in terms of honeymoon interest in Brazil and Argentina that have some of the coolest hangouts in the world along with stunning natural environments from rainforest to desert.