The Most Exotic Honeymoon Spots
One Of The Most Beautiful Spots On Earth
Eliat, Israel is on the southern tip of Israel and is a unique metropolis that sits on the coast of the Red Sea. It is known for its breathtakingly beautiful Coral Reels and its wide variety of marine life. Thousands of visitors come from all over the world to enjoy magnificent dining and pleasant summer weather year-round. The King Solomon Palace Hotel and The Herod’s Palace Hotel are both five-star Hotels situated on beautiful beaches. It is also the home of The Red Sea Star Underwater Restaurant, which is located 16 feet deep in the Red Sea. It has full-view windows that rim the perimeter of the restaurant, which also has a surrounding observatory and features an exotic menu, bar, and dance floor. (see photo)
Rangall Island Maldives – This Asian island is a dream world with long stretches of golden sandy beaches, palm-fringed walkways, and moonlight nights. The Maldives is an island nation in the Indian Ocean and is located southwest of Sri Lanka. It’s not from India and is home to the world’s only all-glass aquarium–style dining experience. The Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, set more than 16 feet below the surface, has a 360 – degree view of the Indian Ocean’s marine life, but it only seats 12. The best hotel is Four Seasons Maldives, which is super luxurious, but very expensive.
Our Favorite Pick – Grand Cayman: The Best Known Cayman Island. Spectacular natural beauty, a wealth of activities and points of interest, along with all the modern conveniences to make your stay as comfortable as possible can all be found here on the largest and most developed of the three Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman is the home of George Town, the capital city, which boasts some of the finest cuisines and shopping in the Caribbean. Whether you want to explore a sunken wreck, dance the night away, or simply go sightseeing, Grand Cayman is the place to start.
One of the many attractions Grand Cayman has to offer is Seven Mile Beach. With sand stretching as far as the eyes can see. It is rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Caribbean. Other attractions on Grand Cayman include the 65-acre Queen Elizabeth II, Botanic Park. The National Trust’s Mastic Trail two-mile from a traditional footpath through unspoiled woodlands. There are the National Trust historic walking tours of central George Town and West Bay, while Rum Point is also an attraction not to be missed. This is a place where you can imagine sipping a cocktail in a hammock on a beach shaded by majestic Casuarina trees, or enjoy a beach snack before you take a dip in the crystal clear sea.
Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort
Paradise awaits at the Grand Cayman Marriott Resort located at the beginning of world-renowned Seven Mile Beach. Splashed in rich, sparkling hues from sunrise to sunset, nature’s portrait is one of emerald and turquoise waters contrasting with stark white sand, forming the breathtaking ambiance surrounding this 95-room resort. The hotel is the recipient of the prestigious World Travel Award as “Grand Cayman’s Leading Hotel.” With the classic Cayman furnishings in warm hues of sea and sun, sky and sand, it is difficult to tell where the hotel ends and the island begins.