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SECLUDED HONEYMOONS s 28


Help couples get away from the crowds with off-the-beaten-track escapes à deux, writes Katie McGonagle


ecluded getaways are the order of the day right now, as travellers battle to leave busy areas behind in search of remote retreats. Yet long before Covid-19 came along, there was one


market that was already intent on getting as far from other people as possible for all-important alone time. Honeymoons are a lucrative sector, and for those unlucky couples who have had to postpone their nuptials from this year to next, it’s even more important their first trip as newlyweds goes without a hitch. Here, we highlight some of the most romantic retreats sure to get married life off to a good start.


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ESCAPE TO AN OVERWATER VILLA


The Maldives is top of the list for newlyweds and is Kuoni’s most- requested honeymoon destination by quite some way, accounting for more than half of bookings, according to the operator’s latest honeymoon trends report. The increase in demand for private villas and quiet, luxury escapes is only set to add to its appeal as resorts reopen for late 2020 and 2021. Kuoni recommends Maafushivaru (pictured), a small boutique resort in the South Ari Atoll due to reopen shortly after a refurbishment. Honeymoon extras include complimentary bed decoration, a fruit


basket and a candlelit dinner with a bottle of sparkling wine. Book it: Kuoni offers seven nights’ half-board in a Beach Villa at Maafushivaru from £3,099 per person including Qatar Airways flights from Gatwick, for travel between January and March 2021. kuoni.co.uk


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