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WEDDINGS & HONEYMOONS ASK THE OPERATOR DESTINATIONS


LEFT: Blue Waters Inn, Tobago


RIGHT:


Rendezvous Resort,


Saint Lucia


w THE ACTIVITY ‘MOON: TOBAGO


JADE ANDREWS, product executive, Funway: “Tobago stands out for its variety:


it’s a small island, but there’s such a range of landscapes, beaches and activities that you can be on a quiet honeymoon, but still have access to everything Tobago has to offer. The Blue Waters Inn is in the north, away from the busiest part of the island. It’s a small, friendly boutique-style place with only 38 rooms, so it’s perfect for honeymooners who want a more secluded base. The restaurant has a very good reputation, and they do half-board and full-board packages. There’s a


five-star Padi


diving school on site, where they offer diving and snorkelling lessons, and complimentary kayaking, which is nice to do as a couple even without a guide. Plus the hotel faces an island called Little Tobago, which is famous for its snorkelling and birdlife. You could go snorkelling together to Buccoo Reef or Nylon Pool, get involved with one of the summer festivals that Tobago is famous for, or go and spend time ‘liming’ with the locals at Crown Point. We can arrange rainforest


walks, bird-watching or catamaran charters to explore the island’s natural beauty, plus other active opportunities like snorkelling, diving or surfing. It’s a real strength of Tobago that it has this combination of activities.” BOOK IT: Funway offers a week on bed and breakfast basis at Blue Waters Inn, with British Airways flights from Gatwick, from £849 for travel on December 5. funway4agents.co.uk


w THE ALL-INCLUSIVE ESCAPE: BARBADOS AND SAINT LUCIA ROSS SINCLAIR, Caribbean senior product manager, Travel 2 “Barbados and Saint Lucia are our most popular


Caribbean islands because they are so different; you can see them as alternatives, or as a twin- centre. In Barbados, people tend to get out and see the island, eating at Oistins Fish Fry for example, but Saint Lucia is more relaxed, so they can stay in their hotel but still enjoy the scenery. Sandals Barbados is adult-only, which is a plus on honeymoon, and it’s just had a massive facelift, so it’s now an all-singing, all- dancing resort with great dining, premium drinks, land and water sports, and transfers included, making it great value. They have lots of activities for couples: you can dine on the


beach or take a trip to other nearby islands to get that on- your-own experience. I’d also recommend Rendezvous Saint Lucia: it’s more of a boutique-style property than Sandals, so it’s more intimate and romantic. It’s couples-only, not adult-only, but what makes it stand out is the little extras: the exotic honeymoon package includes private transfers, a room decorated with petals and a massage for two.” BOOK IT: A twin-centre combining five nights each in a premium garden-view room at Rendezvous and a crystal lagoon luxury room at Sandals Barbados, both all-inclusive, starts at £3,059 for travel September 1-October 20, including all flights and transfers. travel2. com


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