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20 Picturesque Islands For Your Honeymoon



Let’s be honest.  With so many marriages ending in divorce, your honeymoon may just be the highpoint of your marriage.  So why not make it a vacation you will remember the rest of your life?  Why not consider taking your honeymoon on a truly picturesque island perfect for a honeymoon?  Here are the top 20.

Honeymoon Islands In The Pacific Ocean

1.  Kauai, Hawaii, USA

Located in the North Pacific Ocean, this isle is also known as “the Garden Isle” because it includes a lot of thick tropical rainforest.  Visit nearby Volcanoes National Park, go deep sea diving, take in the romantic sunset from the beach, then take a sunset cruise.  Need more to do during your stay in this famous Nirvana?  Check out the rugged mountains, stunning resorts, and picturesque waterfalls as well.

2.  Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Situated in the South Pacific Ocean, Bora Bora is a great place for a honeymoon complete with beauteous beaches, lush vegetation, and fascinating volcanic peaks and coral reefs.  You can also go on a jeep safari, take a bicycle tour or even a helicopter tour.  If you like watersports, you can go swimming, rowing, kayaking or snorkeling.  Bora Bora’s continues to rank it as one of the world’s best honeymoon isles. (Continued on next page)



  1. I did not see Dominica on your list and that is classed as Natures island for its beautiful beaches natural waterfalls among other things!!!

  2. Hi!
    Luckily for us, there are a lot of beautiful places in the world. I guess it just did not make it into the top 20 this time. It happens. Thanks for your comment and your support!

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  4. Hi!
    That is not a bad idea! That way you will have a feel for it before going there with a partner! That’s smart! (Then again, if you change your mind and really need someone to go with you, I will happily check my calendar!)
    Thanks for your support!

  5. Yes, it is. Sorry you were confused. I was born there and just wanted to suggest visiting that park while staying on Kaua’i.
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  8. Hello,
    Please reread the entry. Note the use of the word “nearby.” If you are in Hawaii, you should go see that park before leaving.

    In fact, you should visit as many islands as possible since you might never be there again. I was born there and yet it has been years now since I saw my birthplace. I am sorry you were confused. Thanks for the support!


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