Couples don’t necessarily choose traditional honeymoon destinations anymore. The world is changing so much that destinations we never would have considered for a honeymoon before are suddenly becoming more appealing. For 2020, certain places are hot spots that were never even talked about before.
In 2020, numerous properties are opening in Morocco, including a new boutique and two luxury hotels. Nothing like the boutiques in the U.S. it’s not your typical shop. Housed in a palace from the 17th century, it has seven rooms, which feature antiques you won’t see anywhere else. With the openings of two Ritz Carlton hotels, one of which is Reserve, why would you choose to honeymoon anywhere else? And if a standard hotel doesn’t sound appealing, consider staying at the brand new Palais Ronsard, a property in Marrakech that’s housed in a mansion straight out of the 1930s, with decor to match. As a hot spot for weddings, Marrakech is the perfect getaway for romance.
You probably never considered Okinawa for your honeymoon. But 2020 is giving you some reasons to anyway. Thanks to improvements designed to attract tourists, many people now consider Okinawa to be Japan’s version of Hawaii. If you need additional reasons to honeymoon here you will quickly find them.
Four new resort properties are set to open in Okinawa before the end of 2020. The two that are creating the most buzz are Hoshinoyo Okinawa, and Hoshinoyo Taketomi. If you’re looking for more excluded accommodations, Taketomi is the choice for you. But if you want to be in the middle of it all, the Okinawa resort is your best choice.
To immerse yourself in a different culture, Okinawa is the perfect honeymoon destination. It’s a melting pot of mainland Japan’s culture, along with Southeast Asia and China
While Fiji isn’t unheard of for honeymoons, a lot of couples have overlooked its appeal in recent years. But for 2020, it is one of the most popular destinations to celebrate newlywed bliss. One reason for this is that many couples about to get married fondly remember the movie Blue Lagoon. If you saw that movie and always wanted to visit Turtle Island, now is the time.
Just in time for the island’s 40-year anniversary, a newly renovated resort is set to open for business. If you honeymoon on this private island, you’ll be able to book one of the 14 villas. With 10 beaches on the island, all of which are private, you can enjoy some intimate time alone with your new spouse.
If you’re environmentally aware, you’ll appreciate this honeymoon destination even more. In its 40 years, there have been one million trees planted on the island. Also, 250 species of flora have been reintroduced to its waters. This kind of sustainability is not seen much these days.
Life gets stressful for everybody, but a honeymoon in Bali will alleviate any post wedding stress you may be feeling. The tranquility of Bali has a lot to do with its coral reefs, so if you have any interest in marine life, exploring them can be a great kickoff to your honeymoon.
The calm waters and sprawling beaches create a tranquil environment most of us don’t get at home. If you want to spend a relaxing day on the water, you can do it by chartering a private boat. Combined with mountains and volcanoes, Bali is one of the most scenic honeymoons you could take.
While you’re there, the local cuisine is something to embrace when you can. Its agricultural market means that every meal you will eat in a restaurant will be a fresh one with ingredients grown on site.
Even the luxury accommodations in Bali makes it a honeymoon destination you don’t want to overlook. Some of your best choices include The St. Regis Bali Resort, and the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay.