Last week I shared our oh so exciting Moroccan honeymoon plans!
When searching for our honeymoon we didn’t want the normal resort getaway (though I wouldn’t mind a few days toward the end to unwind). Our #1 priority was to experience a rich culture in a place we had never been.
If you’re looking into booking a unique honeymoon (or just a fun adventure!) here four other options we explored:Ryan is a permaculturist. I love to garden. We both come from farming backgrounds. With these three factors combined and with a desire to see real Cuba, the Organic Cuba Tours from The Urban Farmer was a definite possibility. this site years ago and have dreamt about it since. It’s your own private home on a private beach on a private island off the coast of Honduras, all for $130/night. How incredible is that!? The catch? Bare bones accommodation, including no electricity. But when you’re on your own private island who needs TV or lights anyway? Just stare at the stars.
I vetoed this one pretty quick since I have been to São Miguel and, since it is where my family is from, will no doubt be back. And when we do go, it will be an island hopping trip of all the Açores. Since I have been and my family is from there, I can safely say this trip will be an incredible one, filled with bananas ripe off the tree, the freshest most delicious pineapple, locally grown and brewed tea, geyser cooked food and gorgeous pastures and a volcano heated beach.
We seriously considered Ethiopia as our honeymoon destination. I can’t describe why, and this isn’t a trip for everyone, but we both have been drawn to this country for its beauty and relatively uncharted territory (at least as far as honeymoons go). In the end this trip was a little too steep for our wallets, but rest assured we will go (and perhaps live there) one day.
Last week I asked where you went or want to go on your honeymoon. Now I’m asking if money wasn’t an issue