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4 Underrated Honeymoon Destinations

Katherine Goens | Dec 27, 2018

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The devastating effects of this hurricane season have left many of the Caribbean islands uninhabitable to locals, much less a suitable destination for tourists. The islands were a popular honeymoon destination for many newlyweds and if you had plans to head there to celebrate your recent nuptials, don’t worry! Here are 4 underrated honeymoon destinations just as worthy of your love…

Sardinia, Italy


Situated in the Mediterranean, the small island is the perfect getaway for the couple that wants to relax and be a little adventurous. Book a horse-riding tour, scuba and snorkel along the coast or relax on the white sand beaches.

Nantucket, Massachusetts


Nantucket is optimal for the pair who wants to primarily rest and keep things low-key. Book a room at one of the many charming inns and spend your days on a charter boat fishing for bass, visiting the museums, window shopping, exploring the streets and dining at swanky restaurants.

Banff National Park, Canada


A location intended for the more daring couple, Banff is ideal for any type of extreme sport or activity. Depending on the time of year, visitors can hike, raft, rock-climb ski, snowboard, bike, canoe, kayak, horseback ride and much more all while taking in the 360-degree beautiful views.

4. Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Dubai is the ultimate honeymoon destination for the indecisive couple. Want to explore a new bustling city, relax beachside AND adventure in the desert? In Dubai, you don’t have to choose! The city offers endless opportunities of fun: tour the city’s stunning modern architecture, take a camel safari, go four-wheeling in the desert, play some beach volleyball or take dip in the warm Gulf water.

About the Author

Katherine Goens

Katherine joined the Seven Corners marketing team early January. She graduated from Butler University in 2017 with a degree in Strategic Communications and a minor in Spanish. Apart from work, she loves to spend time with family and friends, travel, run, and the occasional Netflix binge.

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