Unique Honeymoon Destinations

Blancaneaux Lodge - Belize

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Tucked away in a pocket of the Maya Mountains, Blancaneaux Lodge is a 20-room luxury resort hotel in Belize where waterfalls tumble into turquoise pools above the jungle canopy. Its remote mountain setting makes it a perfect place to relax, rejuvenate and enjoy life’s simple pleasures.

Guests can also explore the ancient civilization of the Maya, which still endures in the sacred sites throughout this magical region. From the ceremonial caves along the white-water rivers of the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve to stalactite caverns and the vast ruins of Caracol deep within the lush rainforest, Blancaneaux is your window into the world of natural and archaeological wonders.

Dromoland Castle – Ireland

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Dromoland Castle in County Clare offers an opportunity to be pampered, with staff on hand to supply champagne and canapes in your room – or even prepare a special picnic for the happy couple to eat in the castle grounds.

The castle has been restored to its stately glory, with guest rooms, the drawing room and galleries maintaining a feel of antiquated luxury. Parts of the original 1543 building are still standing, giving the ultimate historic background to any honeymoon.

Couples can enjoy horse-back riding through the 410 acres of private grounds, spa treatments and even cycling, tennis and golf.

Whitepod – Switzerland

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Nestled in the charming village of Les Cerniers, surrounded by a blanket of glistening white snow and panoramic mountain views, Whitepod offers an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Swiss Alps.

Whitepod is a unique concept designed to be in harmony with the surrounding environment whilst still benefiting from a luxurious and comfortable habitat. The resort is the ultimate mountain escape for nature lovers and adventure seekers: located at 5,577 ft of altitude, features 4,3 miles of ski slopes with private ski-lifts, an authentic mountain lodge which can accommodate up to 80 guests, a traditional Swiss restaurant and 15 geodesic-dome pods surrounding a central chalet.

Ariau Towers – Brazil

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Escape to the natural beauty and wild majesty of the Amazon Rainforest – one of the most exhilarating destinations on the planet. Nestled in a canopy of trees above the Amazon River, Ariau Amazon Towers jewel of the Amazonian Rainforest and the only hotel resort built completely at tree top level in the Jungle.

Experience the ultimate in eco-tourism – from navigating the Amazon River to swimming with rare pink dolphins, to trekking through the rainforest to relaxing in a luxury tree house surrounded by the wonders of nature.

Icehotel – Sweden

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Sweden’s Ice Hotel is built from scratch every year. A new design, new suites, a brand new reception – in fact everything in it is crisp and new.

The Ice Hotel is situated on the shores of the Torne River, in the old village of Jukkasjärvi in Swedish Lapland.

10 000 tons of crystal clear ice from the ‘ice manufacturing plant’, the Torne River, and 30 000 tons of pure snow generously supplied by Mother Nature are needed to build the Ice Hotel every year. The hotel sleeps over 100 guests, and every bedroom is unique.

Covering more than 30,000 square feet, the Ice Hotel includes an Ice Chapel, the hotel itself, an ice art exhibition hall, a cinema and last but not least, the world famous ‘Absolut Ice Bar’.

Puerto Mosquito (Mosquito Bay) - Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico

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Puerto Mosquito (Mosquito Bay) is located on the southern shore of the island of Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico. This magical bioluminescent bay has been officially declared the brightest recorded in the world by Guiness Book of World Records 2008.

At night, Mosquito Bay flashes green with an eerie ethereal light. Bright blue tracer lines suddenly appear in the water as small fish dart through the blackness.