Dream honeymoon destinations in the Caribbean

Discover the most romantic Caribbean honeymoon destinations guaranteed to go straight to the top of your honeymoon wish list

The Caribbean is an idyllic setting for a honeymoon

Endless sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and stunning sunsets

No wonder it’s one of the most visited honeymoon destinations in the world


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Looking for a destination where you can experience a slower pace of life in an idyllic setting with endless sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and stunning sunsets? With its friendly people, lazy days, rum punches and islands that have diverse scenery and distinct personalities, the Caribbean – one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world – is the answer to your honeymoon prayers. We bring you some of the best dream Caribbean honeymoon destinations you’ll definitely want to add to your shortlist.


For all those who are seeking a special, romantic getaway, visit Anguilla. Anguilla has long been a favourite with celebrities for its uncrowded beaches, known as some of the best beaches in the Caribbean – and even the world! It offers plenty of romantic opportunities, like private walks down to the beach or swimming in a secluded lagoon. No trip would be complete without tasting this island’s delicious cuisine. There are over 100 places to eat in Anguilla’s 35 square miles. Cuisine ranges from roadside bistros serving local specialities to beachside restaurants catering for passionate gourmands.

Turks & Caicos

A collection of eight islands and 40 cays, Turks & Caicos is one of the least known island groups in the Caribbean. Turks & Caicos has the perfect antidote for a hectic lifestyle; almost abandoned, blinding-white sand fringed by shimmering azure water, colourful coral reefs, where you can snack on crispy conch fritters as you enjoy the sleepy, light-hearted atmosphere. Surrounded by over 1000 miles of coral reefs, the Turks and Caicos are best known for their amazing scuba diving. Diving novices can attend one of the many fully qualified dive schools and after a short course will soon be able to take advantage of the opportunity to see the beautiful reefs.

Cayman Islands

The islands that make up the Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac) are surrounded by gorgeous, clear water. Within the population of more than 50,000 divided between the three islands, over 100 nationalities are represented. They are the perfect destination for couples looking for complete relaxation under the sun. The most popular thing to do here is dive – explore the underwater mountains in some of the cleanest waters in the Caribbean, while exotic fish and shipwrecks complete the underwater landscape. These warm, calm waters are also perfect for watersports, such as swimming, kayaking, paddleboats, fishing, glass-bottom boats, waterskiing, parasailing, windsurfing, hobbie cats and wave runners. Often referred to as the ‘culinary capital of the Caribbean’, there are plenty of dining options in the Cayman Islands. For couples looking for a destination with diverse attractions, the Cayman Islands are the perfect choice.


Famous for its hospitality and laid-back attitude, Jamaica is an ideal setting for newlyweds looking for relaxation with a bit of adventure thrown in. Boutique hotels and secluded resorts dotted along the shores offer the famous Jamaican warm welcome. Of the three main tourist pockets on the island, westernmost Negril is popular for its beaches and luxury accommodation; northwestern Montego Bay is a golfers’ haven; and Ocho Rios in the northeast appeals most to adventurous types. As well as tropical beaches and luxury resorts, couples can also enjoy the great cuisine, art, shopping and tourist attractions. And with music and dancing being the locals’ passion, nightlife isn’t just a resort attraction. Jamaica’s varied landscape means you will get the chance to see and explore soaring mountains, tropical rainforests and sandy beaches all in one place.

St Lucia

With its iconic Piton Mountains, lush scenery, beautiful palm-fringed beaches and enchanting places to stay, it’s no wonder St Lucia has been voted the World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination eight times by the World Travel Awards. If you’re looking for an intimate resort, away from the hustle and bustle of big hotel chains, this is the place to come. You can visit one of the towns and explore the shops before enjoying a meal with the locals. There’s also the possibility to hike up the mountains and enjoy the stunning view from the summit. Or for a really romantic touch, pack a picnic basket and enjoy an open-air meal on top of the mountain. And when you’ve explored the thousands of acres of rainforest on a hiking trail, you can get competitive at one of the three golf courses on the island. Volcanic activity has created several places on the island where visitors can experience bathing in hot, volcanic water, which is said to have therapeutic qualities. The waters around the island must be salutary as well, as marine life is abundant, making St Lucia the perfect diving location.

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