Honeymooning in 2018? Here’s How To Get It Right

When it comes to getting married, the idea of perfection is different for us all. One of the most important things to remember is that your big day has to be perfect for you. It is easy to be swept up in what is excepted of us and social traditions, but as long as you and your partner are happy that is all that matters. Considering that 99% of people who get married go on a Honeymoon and the average spend is £3,500 is couldn’t be more important to get it right.

There are so many places that you can visit on your honeymoon, but if there is anytime to visit your dream destination, now is the time to do it! Angelic Diamonds, retailers of wedding rings, tell us the top luxury honeymoon locations of 2018.

Where To Visit in 2018


The Maldives is the nation in South Asia that many people dream of visiting. With over 1,000 coral islands and miles of white sand beaches, it really is the perfect place for a luxury get away. It oozes magnificence and romance, no wonder it was revealed to be the top honeymoon destination of 2018.

While you’re there make sure you visit the Piano Deck at Baros. This is a platform built in the heart of the ocean that can be hired for a few hours for breakfast, lunch, dinner or spa treatments. If you really want to go out, treat yourself to a sunrise breakfast, I hear it is unforgettable!

Sri Lanka

Covered ancient sites, temples and never-ending beaches, Sri Lanka has only recently become a tourist destination but it’s clear to see why. It has so much to offer, with something for everyone.

If you’re feeling energetic hike to World’s End — a sheer cliff situated in Horton Plains National Park which looks over tiny villages and tea plantations. The round trip is around 7.5km by foot, and many say that you won’t regret it!


Situated in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is synonymous with everything luxurious. There’s plenty to do in the way of activities but, of course, you can lie on the beautiful beaches all day if you’d prefer – I know which I would do!

If you go, don’t forget to head over to the Chamarel Waterfall. Surround yourself with luscious vegetation instead of the sandy beaches you may have become accustomed to and explore the southern side of the island.


I haven’t travelled much at all, but if I could click my fingers and go anywhere this part of the world would be somewhere I would head to!  Kuoni named Thailand the second most popular honeymoon destination for LGBT couples and fourth for straight newlyweds. Make sure you explore the Phi Phi islands. Considered to be some of the most beautiful islands in Southeast Asia, easily reachable by a short speedboat journey from Phuket or Krabi.

Indonesia (Bali)

In Bali, you’ll experience the locals’ unforgettable culture combined with beautiful landscapes. The people are friendly and the beaches are one-of-a-kind — we’re not surprised it made it into the top five.

While you are there be sure to visit the Gili Islands by sea. Take the fast boat over from Bali to the islands and sit on the famous Datu Swing at Hotel Ombak Sunset with your loved one as the sun goes down, I have seen photos and it is a sight to behold!

Where would you head to, if you could travel anywhere?

Debz x

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