Carribean Holiday for your Honeymoon
Your Wedding day is coming up and you have selected your wedding photographer, video, flowers and everything else except where you are going to unwind after all the festivities. Have you thought about your honeymoon? In this post we will highlight some great pointers to get you off to the right track.
You can start of in the Bahamas where you can see awesome sunsets, casinos and brilliant beaches. Try tasting the exotic foods and sip on cocktails as you sit on the beach or one of the fantastic pools and watch the sunset. The Bahamas is a Great holiday destination with incredible value for the money. The weather is brilliant which is perfect for relaxing on the beach or take day with trips into the countryside.
Bring you digital camera as the Bahamas offers vast geographically beautiful areas for amazing photographs. If you get lost ask one of the many thousands of friendly people who will jump at your feet to offer you assistance.
Another great pick is the Cayman Islands. There are 3 individual islands which make up the Cayman peninsula. They are situated close to Miami and are a great tropical holiday destination. Enjoy swimming, diving, water skiing and snorkling. If you don’t like water sports you can stay in luxury hotels suites and go shopping to your hearts content.
The Caribbean destination has so much to offer. You will be amazed with the crystal clear blue waters and amazing scenery. Head to Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Listen to Rega music as you sip on exotic cocktails partying on the islands. Most importantly enjoy yourselves and relax.
When you arrive in the Caribbean bring along these great spots to get your honeymoon off with a bang.
Y.S. Falls, Jamaica. Although the north coast’s Dunns’ River Falls is far more visited, these secluded falls offer couples a much quieter paradise. Cascading in steps through tropical forest, the falls can be climbed with the help of a guide then swimmers can enjoy clear waters under a canopy of ferns.
Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Dotted with historic sites and rich with the atmosphere of Spanish conquistadors, here couples can stroll hand-in-hand where lovers have literally walked for centuries. The most recognized site in Old San Juan is Fuerte San Felipe del Morro, a fort better known as El Morro.
Boca Tabla, Curaçao. Pounding Atlantic waves carved this sea cave. Kneeling in the darkness of the sea cave, you’ll watch the surge of crystal blue waves as they come within feet of you, roaring into the cave and back out to sea.
West End, Negril, Jamaica. Negril’s famous Seven Mile Beach gives way to rugged cliffs on its west side and here visitors find one of the best sunset lookouts in the Caribbean. Every day, crowds arrive at Rick’s, one of the region’s best known sunset bars, for the chance to watch another island day draw to a close.
South Peninsula, St. Kitts. Until a few years ago, this stretch of land was accessible only by boat. Today a modern highway makes the island’s most beautiful, pristine beaches accessible. Keep an eye out for the vervet monkeys that live in this remote region.
Natural bridge, Aruba. This symbol of Aruba marks the line where tumultuous sea waves crash against the windward coast. Walk out on the bridge for a cool sea spray and a breathtaking view.
Paradise Point, St. Thomas. Aboard ski-lift gondolas, you’ll rise to one point that never sees snow: the top of Flag Hill for a view of the Charlotte Amalie harbor dotted with cruise ships. Gondolas ascend to the point from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day.
Maracas Bay, Trinidad. About an hour from Port of Spain, the drive to this area is a treat in itself, winding through the Northern Range with views of forests where species such as howler and capuchin monkeys, ocelot, Amazon parrots, and wild pigs can be found. The beach at Maracas Bay offers a full day of fun and is the place to see and be seen in Trinidad.
Source for Great Spots: Caribbean Destination.
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