Where to on your honeymoon?
For many couples, it is clear long before the wedding ceremony that they will have to Honeymoon on a small dream island with many palm trees and crystal clear water. Often I am then consulted - am I considered among many of my acquaintances as the an expert for tropical dream islands, who has already visited quite a few of these islands. "where to go on your honeymoon?" i'm asked - and you can imagine that this question is not too easy to answer. after all, there is quite a lot to think about:
Is a small dream island really the right choice for us, or are metropolises like New York or Singapore more suitable? can we get through the day without a lot of culture and any kind of shopping without boredom? how long can the Flight maximum - and which Budget A flight to Bora Bora is much more expensive and also much longer than a flight to Mallorca (where you can definitely have a great honeymoon!)
About the Airfare you can, for example, talk about https://www.billigfluege.de/ and uncomplicated to get an overview of the situation. It becomes more difficult when choosing the accommodationHere the prices often range from "very moderate" to "deluxe extreme" depending on the destination:
For a clean, little room in my favorite Guest House in the Seychelles I pay as a repeat offender just 35 euros per night. North Island the noblest Luxury resort in the Seychellesis not available for less than 2.000 Euro per person (see for example North Island near Seyvillas ).
If the duration of the flight does not play a major role and the bride and groom attach great importance to having as many deserted Dream beaches to see, I recommend a Honeymoon to PolynesiaOn the countless islands of Polynesia, one dream beach follows the next, and if you decide to go island hopping and enjoy several Society Islands and several islands in the Tuamotu Archipelago besucht, der dürfte aus dem “Strand-Staunen” nicht mehr herauskommen. Vermutlich werde ich einige dieser Inseln in Kürze etwas detaillierter vorstellen, damit Ihr hier im Seychellen-Blog auch mal ein paar “neue” Inseln kennenlernt… 😉