The Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations Of 2015 [Part 3]
However, we are still bringing you the last 4 top choices of Harper’s Bazaar in terms of top honeymoon destinations.
7. Botswana – Our lucky number 7 makes for a great honeymoon destination that combines adventure and refinement. You can embark on a safari and then end the day by relaxing at a 5-star spa. You can find accommodation at Sanctuary Retreats which provides a 5-star experience to its guests, but only offer 2 suits for rental.
Botswana Safari – Source
Sanctuary Retreats – Source
8. Puglia – If you want to see an amazing lifestyle that Italians call the “dolce far niente” (translation: “sweet laziness”), Puglia is the perfect destination. This region is located in Southern Italy, between the Adriatic and Ionic Seas, close to Albania. Its south-west part kisses the Taranto Golf. You can visit fisherman’s villages and pleasant holiday retreats for those looking for peace quiet and isolation.
9. Seychelles – Have you ever dreamt about traveling to an exotic location where you could do nothing more than just sit in the sun and drink cocktails made out of fresh fruit? Or perhaps you’d like to fish in the unpolluted waters of the ocean or admire natural landscapes that are still breathtaking even after tens of thousands of years of existence. Seychelles is the perfect destination for all that, and much more.
Luxury 5 Star Resort in Seychelles, Baie Lazare – Source
10. Sumba Island, Indonesia – Bali was the most popular destination in Indonesia for years in a row, but Sumba Island is definitely stealing the spotlight with its soft beaches, tribes, local culture and culinary delicacies. Sumbawa is divided into 3 different administrative regions: Sumbawa Besar in the west, Bima – in the east and Dompu, as the center region. In Sumbawa Besar, you can find the Dalam Loka, a beautiful palace that use to belong to a sultan. In the region, you will be able to explore many sarcophagi carved with human and crocodile faces. 18 km farther from this are, you can visit the royal neolithic tomb, which is more than 2.000 years old.
Ancient village of Sumba – Source