We’ve collected the definitive list: Here, the top 10 honeymoon destinations around the world.

For some, the idea of a home wedding is a no-brainer. With most—if not all—of your family and friends within driving distance, sentimental locations and tried-and-tested vendors are all on menu. Not to mention the home-ground advantage of getting to tour, trial and pick your wedding details personally, for everything from décor to drinks.

But for others, the thought of a destination wedding is something of a siren’s call.

While it certainly comes with its own difficulties—having to plan from afar, not all your guests being able to attend, logistical questions of licenses and accommodation—a destination wedding is perfect for the bride who wants an experience unique to her.

We’ve considered the world’s most romantic, untapped, exciting and visually stunning destinations when crafting this list to give you all the reasons you’ll need to visit, and where and when to plan your stay. Here, the ultimate honeymoons to have on your short list.

1. Masseria Moroseta, Puglia







Having many communal areas Masseria Moroseta encourages kinship of guests, yet there are also many nooks and spaces to enjoy in solitude. is immersed in a world so far above us that no sound from it can reach our ears […] the nothingness that exists before birth, to use Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky’s description of the colour white, which contains all the other colours.

The breakfasts are organic and local and incredibly delicious! Each morning offers a selection of varied foods, ranging from home-baked goods to fresh fruits, organic eggs to local yogurt and muesli.

The splendid building is located in the countryside less than ten minutes by car from the “white town” par excellence, Ostuni, a famous tourist destination in Apulia.

The property is perfectly located in the most beautiful part of Puglia, being close to incredible beaches and ancient villages steeped in history.


Visit Masseria Moroseta website here

2. Amangiri, Canyon Point Utah






Amangiri, ‘peaceful mountain’, is located in Utah in the southwest United States.

Overlooking starkly beautiful desert scenery and the Southwest’s iconic flat-topped mesa rock formations, Amangiri (‘peaceful mountain’) is located in the USA’s Grand Circle region.

Amangiri’s 34 suites are situated in two elegant wings, which sweep from each side of the resort’s main pavilion. All suites offer private terraces, fireplaces, king-size beds and private courtyard entrances. The four-bedroom Mesa Home provides consummate privacy, hidden from the resort behind a rock escarpment.

Amangiri is no ordinary hotel or resort, but rather an enclave of comfort and style in North America’s most dramatic desert landscape. Guests come here to be and feel remote, surrounded by striking architecture, mind-blowing nature and pampered in true Aman Resorts style.


Visit Amangiri’s website here

3. Acre Baja, Mexico




Acre Baja is located in San Jose del Cabo, approximately 30-40 min from the SJD airport in Los Cabos, Mexico. The resort is off the beaten path and hidden its very own little paradise! Tucked in the foothills of San Jose Del Cabo is Acre, a lush sanctuary of abundant greenery. Featuring elegant treehouses, organic farms, private event spaces, and an award winning bad and restaurant, connection and celebration are at the heat of what they do. 

“Acre was born out of the belief that a certain segment of people are in search of a different vacation experience; something smaller, bespoke and experiential. Our first foray into home ownership follows this same philosophy. Acre villas have been designed with the ultimate relaxation in mind. Our indoor-outdoor spaces feature high-end finishes and sustainable construction, villas built with minimal environmental impact.”

Visit Acre Baja’s website here

4. Casa Malca,  Tulum, Mexico





Pablo Escobar, you know the one, took over this mid-century beachfront mansion in the 1980s at the height of his reign as an infamous Colombian drug lord, making the luxurious location his playground. Abandoned after his death, the villa was rediscovered in 2003 and was returned to its original owner before being put up for sale only to be snatched up by New York art collector and gallery owner, Lio Malca in 2014.

The former hideaway estate of drug lord Pablo Escobar has been transformed into a five-star hotel on the coast of beautiful Tulum, Mexico. When Escobar died in 1993, the property was abandoned, and it sat largely forgotten until 2012 when Lio Malca, the New York-based art aficionado, rediscovered it. Malca bought the mansion shortly thereafter, working feverishly to inject it with new life, and after several years of fruitful toil, Casa Malca opened to guests in 2015.



Visit Casa Malca’s website here

5. Be Tulum





Be Tulum is thought of as one of the most high end hotel on Tulum beach. Wandering in off the beach you’ll find a village villas stacked like boxes with private pools immersed in jungle surroundings, natural sea worn wood furnishings, cowhide rugs, leather butterfly chairs and stand-alone bath tubs. 

Here guests will find many opportunities to get lost in the beauty surrounding Tulum, through snorkeling, diving, biking, horseback riding and exploring. Enjoy this hidden paradise and be one of the first to discover this jewel of the Caribbean.

64 exclusive suites between the jungle, white sand and the sea. Constructed with native materials, comfortable and sophisticated interior, designer furniture and private pools.



Visit Casa Malca’s website here

6. Tierra Hotels, Chile






Tierra Chiloé opened in September in an ark-like lodge on stilts atop a bluff overlooking an inlet of the sea that’s glassy enough to pass for a lake. Tierra excels at the brand of full-service, all-inclusive vacation that put Chile on the luxury adventure travel map. (I stayed at the Chiloé and Patagonia hotels as a guest of the company, at Atacama several years ago on my own dime.)

There are several high-end lodges in Torres del Paine National Park but none can match Tierra Patagonia‘s architecture. Upon entering the lobby, the layout and panoramic views reminded me of Kangaroo Island’s Southern Ocean Lodge.

The two-story lenga wood structure discreetly curves around Lago Sarmiento, the largest lake in the national park. All 40 guest rooms have unobstructed views of the coruscating lake and snow-capped mountains beyond; sheep and guanaco (an indigenous mammal from the llama family) often frolic in the grass just outside the hotel. .


Visit Tierra Hotel’s website here

7. Hotel Aire De Bardenas






In the middle of a wheat field, with views on one side to the town of Tudela and on the other to a plateau topped by some of the wind turbines that provide the autonomous region of Navarre with nearly 70 per cent of its electricity. It’s a peaceful spot, but you’ll need a car to reach it.

If you like big dramatic landscapes in remote corners of the world, you’ll love it here. This design hotel stands on the edge of the Bardenas Reales National Park. On one side the desert rolls west towards wind-sculpted hills. On the other, wheat fields stretch back towards the medieval town of Tudela. The hotel was built to blend into this deeply rural landscape and when you drop down a track in the middle of nowhere, you’ll think you’ve washed up at a fruit farm. Wind turbines whirl on a distant ridge while the compound itself is encircled by walls of wooden crates. It’s all nicely filmic, though for a moment you’ll wonder if you’re in the right place. 


Visit Hotel Aire De Bardenas website here

8. Six Senses, Ninh Van Bay






Located on the most beautiful peninsula of Nha Trang, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is famous for its class and elegance, where you can run away from bustle life to hide in peaceful nature and immerse in the cool sea breeze and the scent of the forest.

The resort stretches over 2 kilometres with 54 luxurious villas which are scattered over cliffs, hills and along the beach. All the villas are in the style of Vietnamese ancient house with the roof is covered with coconut leaves. The indoor rooms are cosy but not less elegant, make you feel peaceful during the stay. 6 Spa centres are built next to a herb garden in a quiet place offering therapy treatments to reduce your anxiety, bring back your youthfulness and warm up your soul. After your senses are caressed, you can enjoy delicious meals in the restaurant with fresh organic products and the best local seafood such as lobsters, king prawns, and fish caught every day.


Visit Hotel Six Senses, Ninh Van Bay’s website here

9. Masseria Potenti





 Within an estate of about one hundred and thirty hectares and, in the countryside of Manduria, rises the sixteenth century Masseria Potenti, originally belonging to the rich and powerful family of the Imperiali. It is located in a smooth landscape which gently rolls towards the enchanting Ionian sea, amongst endless olive groves, vineyards and Mediterranean thicket. With strong respect for its ancient architecture, the Masseria – a large type of Italian farm – has today become a unique farmhouse which unites its strong agricultural identity with refined hospitality.



Visit Masseria Potenti’s website here

10. Le Riad Yasmine, Marrakech




Riad Yasmine is a 8 bedrooms private boutique hotel situated in the middle of the Medina of Marrakech. Let yourself be guided by the cool air corridor leading you to the traditional patio. You will be enveloped by its bright and quiet atmosphere where only the chirping of birds comes to disturb the silence. Throughout your stay in the red city, the Riad Yasmine will be your safe haven of peace, a timeless nest preserved from the bustle of the medina.

Each of the 7 rooms and suites, designed and named after areas in Morocco, are beautifully decorated in traditional style, with tiled floors and views of the central courtyard and pool.

Additional amenities include: AC, wifi, flatscreen tv

Riad Yasmine is available for private events and can be booked out exclusively. It sleeps 20 and is ideal for weddings and family gatherings. Inquire for more info.



Visit Le Riad Yasmine’s website here