Marrakesh in Morocco is possibly one of the most vibrant places on the planet. Hence, for any couple looking to celebrate their marriage in a truly colourful way, there is perhaps no better place than this fabled city. From exploring its exciting maze of market places to learning about its thousand year long history and long standing love affair with its ruling sultans, Marrakesh is a wonderful way for an adventure seeking couple of newlyweds to begin creating their own history.
Today Marrakesh is perhaps best known for its medina, a confusing and exciting maze of alleys brimful with intense colours, flavours and goods that celebrate all that is most beautiful about Morocco. So, after a dizzying afternoon getting lost amid one of its most exciting sites, honeymooners in Marrakesh can retreat to its stunning Majorelle Gardens or simply dine out beneath the awe-astounding Atlas Mountains that watch over the city like Gods. Brave adventurers can even shirk a stroll about Marrakesh’s beautiful gardens in favour of taking a one-day tour to conquer the mighty Atlas Mountains to enjoy the breathtaking views from their peaks.
To learn more and take a glimpse at some of what makes Marrakesh such a truly exciting experience to share with your new spouse and the exciting wealth of things to do whilst honeymooning in Morocco, the Visit Morocco website is overflowing with ideas and inspiration.
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
Providenciales, whilst not the official capital of the Turks and Caicos Islands is by far its most popular island. Comprising of 40 small islands and cays situated in the Caribbean, Turks and Caicos is about the closest to a genuine desert island paradise most of us will ever get to experience.
While most of TCI’s inhabited islands feature hotels and resorts, the popular island of Providenciales is by far home to its most luxurious and impressive. Located in the stunning locale of Grace Bay, the Beach House TCI resort is a perfect and romantic option. Occupying a stunning beachfront property, the Beach House TCI is comprised of self contained and spacious suite accommodations ideally situated for Grace Bay Beach. Alternatively, the Blue Haven TCI resort is an equally exquisite option. Also in the prime location of Grace Bay, the Blue Haven TCI is a newer, but more traditional resort, boasting its own Marina. Both resorts further offer honeymoon packages that include special touches such as welcome cocktails, sumptuous suite accommodations, romantic evening beach meals and spa treatments.
From island hopping, water sports and touring its lush mango groves and exotic countryside to whale watching and water sports, Turks and Caicos is a feast of things to do. Hence, if it is sun, some of the world’s best beaches, miles of coral reefs and a tropical, Caribbean climate that get your hearts racing, TCI might just be the perfect honeymoon destination for you both.
Quebec is often referred to as the Paris of North America. Hence, honeymooners looking for something a little more special and unique needn’t forfeit romance. Instead, consider honeymooning in Canada’s most romantic city.
Abound with quaint, quirky and picturesque architecture, cobbled streets and byways, the city of Quebec makes for a beautiful and romantic place to escape to and explore. What is more, couples can take time out to grab a spot of lunch or dinner and enjoy the stunning views the city has over Quebec’s St. Lawrence River, which is one of the world’s ‘longest and gateway to the Great Lakes and North America’s Heartland’ according to the Quebec Original website. Hence, Quebec is a fantastic choice for any couple who desire to get far away from England and even Europe to enjoy the peace and romance of their first few weeks of marriage, without foregoing the comforts and beauty of European influenced architecture, a wealth of independent and quaint coffee shops, cafes and a culture equally graceful and charming as any in western Europe.
The world’s only walled city other than Mexico City, honeymooning in Quebec is a truly romantic option and fairytale locale surrounded by lush forests and brimful of fantastic hotels – 1,500 of them in fact. To truly experience Quebec though, consider shirking the modern conveniences of a hotel and take a look at some of the wistful and fairytale condos, cabins and cottages available for hire via the Rent By Owner website.