Harry and Meghan were hiding in this western province of Canada. When they first landed in North America, and we bet. that the rugged-romantic isolation of the Pacific coastline was a major factor in why they chose it.
Many American honeymooners visiting Africa opt for safari adventure moons, gorilla trekking in Rwanda, or wine country resorts in South Africa. But true history buffs should consider Egypt.
This coastal Central American country is easy to get to—just a two-and-a-half-hour flight from Miami or Houston—and offers many of the same perks of a tropical island honeymoon.
Italy's northern mountainous region can feel a world away from the rest of the country. This is largely due to the influence and dramatic topography of nearby Germany.
This city-state in Southeast Asia has it all. Unique architecture, a tropical climate, amazing food, world-class hotels, and what is quite possibly the best airport on earth.
Unlike in neighboring Nepal, where some areas are filled with backpackers. Strict entry requirements and recently increased visitor fees unlike any other Buddhist kingdom in the world prevent it from booming with tourists.
This tiny private island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a unique honeymoon destination for couples. For those looking for something more secluded, but still close to the Caribbean.
Although Italy and Paris will continue to be top European honeymoon destinations for years to come, the Portugal honeymoon is hot on their heels.
Action and adventure abound in this warm-weather Central American country. where itineraries can include zip-lining over steep canyons, hiking to hot springs, and horseback riding on the beach.
Several weeks are required to even scratch the surface of the world's second most populous country. Which makes your honeymoon an ideal time to indulge in adventure.