You’ve made it through the months – maybe even years – of wedding planning and chances are you’re probably looking for somewhere stress-free and easy for your honeymoon. Whether you’re wanting to get outdoors and explore, take it easy or a mix of both, these 5 of the top all-inclusive resorts will have something for every honeymooning couple.
Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, Fiji
If a Fijian honeymoon is your idea of heaven then look no further than Yasawa Island Resort and Spa. Literally translating to ‘heaven’, Yasawa is also synonymous with relaxation and natural beauty. Feel like you’re in a world of your own with your loved one when you retreat to your luxury bungalow surrounded by tropical landscapes and 10 private beaches. Explore the local villages and Blue Lagoon Caves, or come up close and personal with the island’s marine wildlife when you snorkel among colourful coral reefs and turquoise waters. Yasawa Island Resort and Spa also organise romantic beach picnics among a vast range of cultural activities and is home to Fiji’s first beachfront spa. Top top off the experience, enjoy complimentary drinks when you visit.
Pioneers of luxury all-inclusive holidays, Club Med has a range of resorts in the world’s most dreamy destinations – from the French Alps to Morocco, Brazil to Japan. Offering a multitude of activities and services specific to each destination, the resort chain go above and beyond to make your stay a memorable experience for all the right reasons. Tours, festive nights, sports activities, dining and relaxation awaits couples who spend their honeymoons with Club Med.
At some point in your life you probably played the ‘if I were trapped on a deserted island game’, but at Bedarra you’ll happily say goodbye to the outside world. Situated on its own private island in the Great Barrier Reef, Bedarra features just eight secluded villas, offering couples a truly intimate honeymoon experience. With breathtaking water views, an open terrace restaurant, bar and lounge serving complimentary drinks, the resort is a sanctuary of solace, set amongst dense rainforest and uninhabited beaches. For those not content with sun baking and picnicking on the beach, Bedarra also offers sea kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkelling, fishing, self-guided walk and tennis opportunities, all inclusive of course.
Sandals Royal Caribbean, Jamaica
For a laid-back Caribbean honeymoon with a sense of ‘barefoot luxury’, Sandals Royal Caribbean is second to none. The private island resort not only includes on-shore accommodation but also spectacular overwater bungalows. Perched above the crystal clear waters of Montego Bay, the bungalows boast private infinity pools, see-through glass floors for ocean viewing and their own private butler. Hop on-shore to take part in traditions inspired by the region’s British heritage including afternoon tea and croquet, or go on an island adventure when you go scuba diving or kayaking, all complimentary. Sandals Royal Caribbean also takes pride in their eight restaurants, where visitors can sample French fine dining to traditional Jamaican cuisine as part of their all-inclusive stay. The resort also includes the indulgent Red Lane Spa with add-on services. Also home to a multitude of classy bars and an authentic British pub serving all-inclusive drinks, the resort is the perfect place to party the night away, surrounded by free evening entertainment.
Namale Resort and Spa, Fiji
Tailored to your every whim, Fiji’s Namale Resort and Spa has really thought of everything. Nestled amongst lava pinnacles, lush jungle foliage and majestic rain trees, the resort is made up of 19 luxurious bures and villas, each with their own unique style and breathtaking tropical views. Dedicated to making your honeymoon a relaxing and seamless experience, the friendly staff are happy to organise anything from beach horseback riding to private five-course dinners in the location of your choice, all inclusive. Adventurous couples will love the range of complimentary activities available including reef and tide pool exploring, rainforest and waterfall hikes and waterskiing, while those wanting to unwind will feel at ease with the vast range of spa treatments and Fijian village tours on offer.