Honeymoon travel should be something special, do you agree? Certainly, you have many ideas for this after-wedding period of time to be together. Consider, as well the most popular and famous spots for honeymoon travel described below.
Bahama islands. Blessed with near-perfect, year-round barefoot weather, some 700 Bahama islands and islets sprawl across 100,000 square miles of multi-colored, clear Atlantic waters. Tourism is the main industry. In recent years, the Bahamas has upgraded its resort hotels to become the envy of the world. As you might expect, the Bahamas is a most exotically romantic place. Many newlyweds seek it out as an ideal wedding and honeymoon location. Who wouldn't, when you can enjoy such exquisite beaches, perfect weather, and the wide range of activities and watersports that these resorts can offer?
Bermuda is really an archipelago, or a series of islands joined by causeways and bridges. Too far north to be technically part of the Caribbean, its isolation in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean between North America and Europe, coupled with a history of English settlement, make it unique. It is spotlessly clean, quaint, and extraordinarily pretty. There are no slums, no billboards, and very, very few fast food outlets. From the colonial architecture of the tidy homes that line its roads, to the fragrant tropical flowers that drape its old stone walls, Bermuda is a sight for sore eyes. Why not to perish in Bermuda for your honeymoon?
Mexico resorts. Mexico draws millions of visitors each year with its warm, sunny weather, spectacular beaches and low prices. Among Mexico's most popular tourist destinations are Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula and the nearby island of Cozumel, one of the world's top diving resorts. On the Pacific coast, hot spots include Acapulco, the largest resort in the Mexican Pacific; Puerto Vallarta, home to luxury resorts and beautiful villas; and Los Cabos, whose natural surroundings are perfect for water sports enthusiasts. If you're looking for a top beach resort for honeymoon at a great price, Mexico is your best bet.
Famous for its lively nightlife, Acapulco is Mexico's original resort destination. Acapulco's main street, locally known as "The Costera," is home to most of the action in the city, including beaches, shopping, dining and nightlife. Don't miss the world famous cliff divers -- watch the dramatic shows several times a day from a public viewing area, or for a small fee, from a local hotel.
Nassau. This historic city is home to ancient forts, a bustling port and elegant architecture. Pastel government buildings surround a regal statue of Queen Victoria -- a reminder of British influence in the Bahamas. Shoppers will want to hit the famous straw market, and Bay Street -- the hub of the city -- is lined with duty-free shops. Shop for fresh fish along the docks or take a boat to adjacent Paradise Island. Pristine beaches stretch for miles, inviting tourists to snorkel, sail or just lay in the sand, soaking up warm rays of the sun.