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The untold secret to honeymoon spots

Updated: Oct 5, 2022

Honeymoon spots that will add spice to your special vacation

With thousands of honeymoon spots to choose from, it is often a bit of a stressful exercise for the non-professional honeymoon designer.

Where you choose to honeymoon is critical to the experience you will have. One of the most exotic honeymoon spots you may consider is the quaint Caribbean island with breathtaking vistas and beautiful beaches. This island is the host of many of well-known Caribbean’s finest restaurants and cafes and is affectionately called St. Barts (short for Saint Barthelemy.) It has a unique charm, stunning scenery that can take away the breath of any traveler.

St. Barts is considered as the Caribbean’s most beautiful island by many people. With a hilly landscape, crystal clear waters and numerous lagoons, it has everything perfectly organized in a natural way.

Out of many special items, the food of this island is what sets it apart from the rest of the others. The Caribbean’s most elite, most expensive island lives up to its reputation where the rich and famous are known to frequent. But it still has charms that make it attractive to the not so rich and famous.

It boasts uncrowded white-sand beaches to the gingerbread-trimmed cases (cottages) and designer shops. St. Jean is a diminutive strip of colorful boutiques and beach bars that has been compared to St. Tropez.

Of all the honeymoon spots, why St. Barts?

  • This island has of 22 beaches, all open to the public which makes it an excellent honeymoon spot for beach lovers

  • Sunbathe on any of these amazing beaches or relax under the sun and experience the divinity of the place

  • If you’re a shopaholic, you can shop for designer digs in Gustavia

  • Of all the visitors on this island, honeymoon couples hold the highest percentage. St. Barts is a one of the most sought after honeymoon spots  in the Caribbean

  • With hilltop cafes on the island offer a spectacular view of the sunset, unrivaled to any place else

  • As said earlier, the food of this island is a hot topic, the specialty of this place. Be prepared to enjoy excellent food quality and superb hospitality here in St Barts

What to do on your honeymoon in St. Barts

Your honeymoon in St. Barts can serve as the most exciting holiday destination for you. The weather, food, beaches and reefs will make you fall in love with it and each other all over again and declare it your perfect honeymoon spot.

Your honeymoon package in St. Barts can be as elaborate or simple as you desire. This spot is simply perfect for swimming, sunbathing and other water sports when winter hits the rest of the northern hemisphere. World-class shopping, fabulous spas and incredible dining are among the very top things to do on your honeymoon on St. Bart’s. Chances are you’ll want to spend the majority of your time luxuriating under the azure blue sky.

Relax – If you want to just relax, you have found the perfect honeymoon spot. Many hotels and resorts offer spa services where you can get all the pampering you need.

Snorkel – If you are a snorkel enthusiast, then you will find hundreds of shallow areas off the best beaches that allow you to experience beautiful marine life up close. Wherever you are, putting on some snorkeling gear and checking out the waters by yourself is always an option.

Beach – There are 14 main beaches on St. Bart’s that are beautiful spots to luxuriate in the warm sunshine. Many are quite popular, but you may want to find a more secluded and quiet place to enjoy time together.

Before you go, we recommend you make a list of all things you want to do there.

May through June is the best time to visit St. Bart’s. The weather is nearly perfect. From December through April, the sun is especially scorching. December is considered peak season and requires bookings six months in advance. Clouds and showers sometimes interrupt the warm weather, especially during the fall. But, you will simply fall in love with St. Barts.

Contact us if you have any questions or feedback about St. Barts.

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