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The world’s most sought after honeymoon spots


Bali most popular, ahead of Italy

The coronavirus pandemic has put paid to a lot of wedding plans, but nothing can stop couples from still planning their dream honeymoons. 

 

To find out where the most popular spots are, luxury travel company Kuoni scoured tens of thousands of honeymoon boards on photo sharing platform, Pinterest. 

 

A couple in Bali

 

It found the Indonesian island of Bali to be the most pinned destination, followed by Italy, Hawaii, the Maldives and Ireland.     

 

While most of the top 20 places are known for their warm weather and beautiful beaches, there is still room for a few cooler countries like Iceland, which is one of six European nations on the list.  

 

“If Instagram is where you go to post photos whilst you’re on your honeymoon, Pinterest is where you go when you’re in planning mode,” Kuoni said upon releasing its research.

 

Kuoni’s Dean Harvey says, “Pinterest and wedding planning goes hand-in-hand so it is a really valuable resource to gain great insights on where the most dreamed about honeymoon destinations are in the world.” 

 

“We hope this research can inspire couples who are looking to make a trip of a lifetime.”

 

Top 20 Most ‘Pinned’ Honeymoon Destinations 

1.      Bali – 998 boards
2.      Italy – 997 boards
3.      Hawaii – 992 boards
4.      The Maldives – 981 boards
5.      Ireland - 980 boards
6.      Thailand – 980 boards
7.      Mexico - 949 boards
8.      Greece – 757 boards
9.      India – 734 boards
10.    Costa Rica – 729 boards

11.      Japan – 717 boards
12.      Jamaica – 699 boards
13.      New Zealand – 601 boards
14.      France – 500 boards
15.      Iceland – 499 boards
16.      St Lucia – 477 boards
17.      Aruba – 442 boards
18.      Bahamas – 417 boards
19.      Spain – 415 boards
20.      Fiji – 408 boards

 

Where did you go on your honeymoon? Or where from this list would you choose?

 

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Written by: Mark Harada
Published: 13 October 2020


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