Top 2019 Honeymoon Locations in the World!

Top 2019 Honeymoon Locations in the World!

by Shannon De Kock November 20, 2018

Planning a wedding is enough practical experience to earn you an event coordinator qualification! Unless you are fortunate enough to be able to hire an event planner to plan your big day, the honeymoon should be the least of your concerns.

To help you and your spouse have a blissful start to your lives together, we’ve rounded up a list of Instagram-worthy destinations that will make for the perfect honeymoon or romantic getaway. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious treat, something special within budget, or a delightful deal—we have all the best options!

BALI, INDONESIA

Bali is the most popular island in Indonesia. Famous for it's rolling beaches and optimal surf conditions, the island is well-known for its yoga and meditation retreats.

Get return flights from R9539! Click here to book!

Gan Islands, Maldives


Gan Island is the southernmost island of the Maldives famous for its coral reefs. See a variety of sharks and green turtles! What's more, if you're into wreck diving, the largest shipwreck in the Maldives is viewable here.

Get return flights from R12489! Click here to book!

Phuket, Thailand

Phuket is a reveller's dream! There is a raucous nightlife with restaurants that open until late. You may need to travel to a quieter section of the island, like Tambon Tha Yu, as this couple has done!

Get return flights from R8319! Click here to book!

Rome, Italy


Arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Rome is known for it's rich history, amazing architecture and art, not to mention the delicious food and friendly people. Get return flights from R9829! 

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an island just below India and includes much to see and do. From hiking through rainforests, exploring ancient Buddist ruins dating back more than 2000 years to relaxing on sandy beaches, there's much to experience in this ancient land.

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Mauritius




Mauritius has long been a popular honeymoon destination. From hiking majestic mountain tops, feeding turtles, snorkelling, scuba diving and trying exotic cuisine, there is not any other place quite like Mauritius!

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