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WEDDINGS & HONEYMOONS ISLAND HONEYMOONS DESTINATIONS Loveislands


Awash in a sea of honeymoon ideas? Joanna Booth sets a course for island inspiration


1624. Nearly 400 years later, we’re still not creatures who thrive in isolation. Our desire to pair off and find the perfect partner remains as strong, and thank goodness – the lucrative honeymoon market isn’t one travel agents want to see dying out any time soon.


N


o man is an island, wrote the poet John Donne in


In fact, islands make some of the most popular honeymoon destinations. It’s easy to see why. Not only do water-bound spots tend to have beaches on tap, but they also slot neatly into our romantic notions of honeymooning in a secluded hideaway, far away from the rest of the world. Luckily, the world isn’t short


of islands. From secluded South Pacific atolls and Seychellois islets to the hustle and bustle of island city Hong Kong, there are choices diverse enough to suit all sorts of couples. Clients could marry more often


than Elizabeth Taylor and never run out of islands to honeymoon on. We’ve picked a few to inspire your search.


w BEACH HONEYMOONS The quintessential beach honeymoon host has to be the Maldives – there’s a reason the destination has been Kuoni’s top honeymoon seller for years. The barefoot luxury of white beaches and overwater villas provide the dream setting for many couples to relax post-wedding. But not all brides


Mirihi Island, Maldives


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PICTURE: MIRIHI ISLAND, MALDIVES


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