Travel, Teach, Live in Asia
The world has endless majestic places for honeymooners to experience memorable vacations and begin their new life together as a married couple. It is a good idea to always book trips well in advance to ensure you get the accommodations you want, and have all required travel documents, such as a passport and visa, well before your trip. Also, be sure to let the hotel staff know you are on your honeymoon, as most places will give you extra perks such as room upgrades, champagne or other gifts.
Hawaii is a chain of islands found in the central Pacific Ocean. There are eight main islands, but the most popular locations for honeymooners are Kauai, Maui, Oahu and Hawaii (also known as "The Big Island"). Each island has something different to offer, including various sightseeing attractions, hiking, diving, surfing or simply relaxing and enjoying superb scenery. Hawaii is home to a wide range of internationally acclaimed beaches, resorts and hotels, all of which offer an array of accommodations and facilities. The best times to travel to Hawaii are mid-December through mid-April, during the whale-watching season, as well as the months of April, May, September, and October, due to calm waters and fewer crowds. Kauai is known as "The Garden Island," and is known to some travelers as the most beautiful and romantic of all the Hawaiian islands, though a trip to any island on your honeymoon will not disappoint.
Bora Bora is part of Tahiti, a small chain of islands also known as French Polynesia located in the Pacific Ocean. Some rare fish and marine life, such as manta rays, can be found in the coral garden located on the southern part of Bora Bora. September is the best time to visit this French Polynesian island, because it is less crowded then, but due to its location, Bora Bora is welcoming year-round. There is a wide range of resorts, all offering many comfortable accommodations and Honeymoon packages, perfect for relaxing, enjoying the beach and exploring all that Bora Bora has to offer.