How About A Tropical Honeymoon in the South Pacific - Relationships - Weddings

How About A Tropical Honeymoon in the South Pacific?   by Carolyn Wilkinson

in Relationships / Weddings    (submitted 2011-08-22)

Choosing where to spend your honeymoon is one of the most exciting parts of the marriage process. It's important to plan a week or two away from your normal lives to truly bond as a married couple and reflect on the new path you have taken together. One of the best ways to do that is to enjoy a tropical honeymoon at a luxury resort in the South Pacific.

Rarotonga is one place where many couples find a luxurious, private and idyllic setting to begin their married lives together. By choosing a tropical honeymoon destination, you give yourselves the best chance of having time to truly relax, be pampered, enjoy fun activities and dine out in intimate style. A luxury Rarotongan resort is the ideal honeymoon venue, providing plenty of happy memories to take you through the years ahead.

There are several resorts to choose from and each specialises in making a honeymooning couple's experience something extra special. In fact, the hosts at luxury resorts in Rarotonga really focus on giving honeymooning couples the most romantic and intimate experience possible. If ever you deserve luxury, it's on your honeymoon. So it's a good time to splash out and give yourselves the royal treatment â€" you'll be surprised at how cost effective it can actually be.

Honeymooners enjoy spending as much time alone together as possible, but if you've chosen a luxury Rarotongan resort, there will be plenty of activities waiting for you when you emerge. You'll love making the most of the warm climate, long hours of sun and the outdoor lifestyle of Rarotonga. You may decide to go kayaking together, snorkelling, swimming or just walk along the beach enjoying the warmth of the sand between your toes and the sun's rays on your face.

You could consider any of the daily diving or fishing trips, take an energetic island trek or you could join the Raro Safari Tour. That's on board a four wheel drive vehicle that takes you up into the hills to take in the awesome views. Another enjoyable past time is visiting the Cultural Village to learn about the history of Rarotonga and view samples of handcrafts.