Best Locations for honeymoon

Best honeymoon destinations for 2014

Hot air balloons take off in the early morning light over Göreme town in Cappadocia. Image by Christopher Pillitz / The Image Bank / Getty Images.This is the time to shoot for the moon: travel further, stay longer, eat more and bring home a lifetime’s worth of romantic memories.

Hot air balloons take off in the early morning light over Göreme town in Cappadocia. Image by Christopher Pillitz / The Image Bank / Getty Images.

The fairy chimneys of Cappadocia are spectacularly peculiar, a sight that needs to be shared. The region offers plenty of opportunities to explore on foot or by car, but the best way is to wake up before dawn for a balloon ride over the jagged landscape and fantastic dwellings. Post-afternoon-nap, climb the stairs up to Uchisar Castle to watch the sunset from the top of the area’s tallest fairy chimney, where Cappadocia mingles with the clouds and everything from Mt Erciyes to the Pigeon Valley is in view.

Food stalls and shopping at Djemaa el-Fna Square in Marrakesh. Image by Scott E Barbour / The Image Bank / Getty Images.Brazil madness reaches fever pitch in 2014 for the soccer World Cup. Copacabana and Ipanema have their charms, but the fantasy is a remote stretch of coastline where it’s just you, a few locals, hammocks, and caipirinhas. The area around Paraty, about midway between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, fits the bill: remote, unpopulated and with one of the most pristine coastlines anywhere.

Food stalls and shopping at Jemaa el-Fna Square in Marrakesh. Image by Scott E Barbour / The Image Bank / Getty Images.

Hands-down one of the most romantic cities on earth, Marrakech is redolent with Arabian spices and rose petals, lit by lanterns and soundtracked by Gwana music. The medina is virtually impossible to navigate, so it’s best to accept getting lost as part of the experience, stopping for mint tea or strong coffee, bargaining in the souqs and watching snake charmers in Jemaa al Fna, the central square.

Seville oranges framing La Giralda. Image by fotoVoyager / E+ / Getty Images. Protected Cove and McWay Falls in Big sur. Image by Matthew Crowley Photography / Flickr / Getty Images.

I've been to all 3. Cabo rules

by marriedandbored

I've been to all 3.
Los Cabos twice, Puerto Vallarta once, and Cancun once (for the honeymoon).
The resorts in Cancun are GIGANTIC and amazing, but I would still vote for Cabo.
It's so easy to get to Cabo from SD (direct flight), and the weather is the best of all 3 locations (the other two are just too humid much of the time).
If you go to Cabo, stay near the end, not the corridor. There's so much more to do. And like all Mexico resort locations, go in early December. The weather is perfect, and the prices are cheap (it's just before the holiday high-season).

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