When picking out your honeymoon destination it’s important to think about what activities you and you fiancé like to do together. Once you know you want to have your honeymoon in the mountains or on the beach you can begin to narrow your search. Another important factor to consider when planning your honeymoon is what the weather will be like. Just because you have a cold November doesn’t mean the rest of the world will. We spoke with Carlie Finch at 2 Travel Anywhere and found the best locations to honeymoon in November.
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If you’re looking for a city…
One location that is particularly beautiful in November is Oahu, Hawaii. This island has it all including a stunning beach and charming city. If you stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, you’ll be within walking distance of over 90 shops and dining options, and the beach. Another perk of visiting Oahu is you can get pretty much anywhere you want to go walking and don’t have to rent a car.
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If you’re looking for a beach…
If you’re going on your honeymoon for the beach Barbados is for you. This island is a tropical paradise with perfect weather in November. In addition to having beautiful, white sandy beaches, there are plenty of water activities for you to enjoy including snorkeling with hawksbill turtles and surfing on the turquoise ocean. A great resort to stay at in Barbados is Sandals Barbados. This all-inclusive resort is made for couples in love and will make sure you have the best honeymoon.
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If you’re looking for a mountain…
If you want to stay active on your honeymoon and are looking for a mountain to tackle, St. Lucia has two pitons perfect for you. The island has multiple waterfalls you can hike to, mud baths, horseback riding, and so much more. A great place to stay in St. Lucia is the Jade Mountain Resort that has a private plunge pool. This island is filled with adventures and is just waiting for you to spend your honeymoon exploring all the unique trails.