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Two Caribbean destinations in latest top 20 list of places to honeymoon
Published on April 21, 2017 Email To Friend    Print Version

The world-famous Blue Hole in Belize

TORONTO, Canada -- To help newlyweds, and the engaged, better navigate the honeymoon destination market, Flight Network, the largest travel agency that is both owned and operated in Canada, has spent months researching and interviewing the best of the best to curate the ultimate list of top 20 luxury honeymoon destinations, which includes two Caribbean resorts.

5. San Pedro – Belize

San Pedro is a slice of paradise facing the Caribbean Sea. Home to the world’s second largest barrier reef, the Pedro Barrier Reef, is a world treasure you will get to enjoy every day you spend there. When not snorkeling or diving though, you’ll find yourself kicking back under a palm or exploring the old fishing village turned town that’s said to inspire the song, ‘La Isla Bonita’. San Pedro is also incredibly close to the world-famous Mayan ruins, a truly special place to explore.

Cayo Espanto Resort

Years ago San Pedro was a fishing village, now, it’s home to luxurious resorts like the breathtaking and intimate Cayo Espanto. Along with getting your own private butler upon arrival, each villa in this 5-star resort has their own private pool and dock. The menu for each meal is catered to each guest’s preferences and dietary needs by a private chef. Plus, they’ll set up dinner anywhere, like under a coconut tree or on your private dock.

At Cayo Espanto beds are lined in Egyptian cotton, oversized robes are the perfect outfit for breakfast in bed and palm trees replace clouds for shade. You might just never want to leave.

6. Montego Bay – Jamaica

While other islands may offer sun and sand, Jamaica has a fantastic diversity of options for couples in search of experiences – from water adventures to cultural experiences, every couple who visits Jamaica is guaranteed to leave with fond memories and an infusion of romanticism.

Many Jamaican resorts have invested time and money to ensure that their entire staff is equipped to make most honeymoon desires a reality. From the front desk staff to the water sports department, they all know the importance of a honeymoon to the couple and are constantly going above and beyond to make each experience memorable. The people of Jamaica are some of the friendliest in the world, so you can trust they’ll show you the best time possible.

Round Hill Resort and Villas

Each of the Round Hill Resorts 27 luxury villas have their own luxurious personality yet share a common thread of modern refinement, classic style, and exceptional service. While the island of Jamaica has endless excitement to offer, you might not ever want to leave your bed.

The resort also offers a selection of fine amenities from private pools, gourmet cooking and cool tropical drinks. Along with superb service, each guest has access to water sports, tennis, golf, spa, dining, shopping. So when you finally pull yourself away from your private villa there is plenty to do at your doorstep.
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