5 Romantic Islands That Every Couple Should Honeymoon

Fancy a romantic weekend away with your S.O where there are only a handful of other people? It sounds unrealistic, really. The thought of experiencing a week on your own island is normally reserved for the rich and famous, but with these spots you have an island that is (almost) only for you.  The pristine beaches are basically untouched and you get to experience the true beauty of a spot without hoards of travellers.

This sounds like a dream and when you see our top 6 islands you will be grabbing your swimsuit, setting the out of office and of course, grabbing the hand of your S.O.


Dolphin Island, Fiji

Seclusion and luxury, that is what Dolphin Island is all about. The 14-acre, private retreat offers a maximum of just eight guests so the island really is just yours. The crystal clear waters that can be seen from your romantic, private,  guest suite. It looks somewhat like a dream and does need to be seen to be believed.  Just 20 minutes by boat from the shore at the tip of Viti Levu, Fiki, the island is surrounded by clear waters. This is the ultimate romance spot and I am already dreaming of a visit. See for yourself.


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Sumba Island, Indonesia

This island in eastern Indonesia is one of the Lesser Sunda Island. The island is home to the world’s best hotel, as rated by Travel and Leisure magazine. The Nihiwatu resort was once a surf lodge, until fashion billionaire Chris Burch and hotelier James McBride transformed it. The finer things in life can be found here, even if it is a hard to get to destination – which works in your favour if you are after seclusion and a beach light on the tourists.


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