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Good afternoon everyone, I am here today to bring some sunshine into your life (as it has well and truly disappeared here in Sheffield)! For those of you planning holidays and honeymoons at the minute our resident honeymoon expert Tom is continuing the seasonal overview of best places to visit, and today is chatting to us about November honeymoons! What better thing to do that escape the grey UK autumn for some winter sun and relaxation?! Take it away Tom…
Planning a honeymoon this November? here are some brilliant ideas for an exotic honeymoon that’s perfect for an end-of-the-year visit. There are a variety of ideas here, from sandy beaches and wildlife thrills to breathtaking historical monuments. One things for sure though – you won’t need your winter warmers!
Located to the southeast of the Bahamas, the stunning Turks & Caicos is an archipelago surrounded by beautiful turquoise waters. The long white beaches are quiet and make for a secluded honeymoon getaway for couples looking to spend some alone time under the sun.
You can go scuba diving through the stunning underwater coral reefs or head out for a snorkelling cruise. Some of the most romantic hotels include the Gansevoort Turks & Caicos, COMO Parrot Cay, and Grace Bay Club.
A favourite among honeymooners, Mauritius is a collection of islands boasting pristine beaches and stunning blue-green waters. There are many water adventures on offer including underwater walks, water skiing, and parasailing.
Casela Nature Park is recommended for couples that like a bit of adventure. Getting to see the lions up-close guarantees unforgettable memories. Other activities at the park include giraffe viewing, toboggan slides, and a walk through the aviary.
You can also visit the Trou aux Cerfs in South Island, which is a dormant volcanic crater offering a majestic view over the surrounding plateau. A short distance away from the crater is a region covered by 7 coloured sands – an unforgettable landscape.
A safari in Kenya gives newlyweds some incredible African memories. Top of the magical memories activities is a balloon safari over the Masai Mara, offering panoramic views of the landscape and the animals that live, feed, and travel through it.
You can also participate in game viewing, camel rides and water sports. Plus, honeymooners can laze around the beaches that stretch along the coast.
With so much to offer, the African nation is a must-visit for lovers of nature and wildlife.
A visit to the legendary Angkor Temple Complex makes you ponder deeply about the history we know so little about. Spread over 250 square miles, the rustic beauty will surely evoke awe and wonder, transporting you to a more majestic world.
Cambodia has numerous islands that run along its coastline, which offer some of the best beach spots for honeymooners.
Fancy an ethical encounter with elephants? Head over to Sen Monorom and have fun bathing an elephant, playing with cute baby elephants, and observing them in their natural surroundings.
Watching the pyramids at sunset while holding hands with your beloved is a special moment in your romantic journey. But Egypt is more than just pyramids.
You can visit Dahab and dive into the country’s famous Blue Hole. Or head over to Luxor and take a hot air balloon ride over the Nile valley. Don’t forget to explore the world’s biggest open-air museum in Luxor.
Another popular destination for honeymooners in Egypt is El Gouna, a resort town known for mangrove beaches and lagoons.
If you’re planning a honeymoon in November, any of these exotic spots are sure to give you some special memories as you begin your married life together. It’ll also give you some fun stories to tell your kids in the future. Or check out our ideas for September and October!
Tom is a passionate traveller and blogger who loves travelling the world and discovering new cultures and experiences. After getting married to Claire in 2012, holidays changed from backpacking to flashpacking, but the intrigue to discover new places remains the same.