There is no better time to splurge and go on a longer, more luxury trip than on your honeymoon.
A honeymoon can be made extra remarkable by a variety of factors, including unique and unusual experiences, exceptional levels of luxury, isolated far-flung locations, adrenaline-pumping adventures, and mind-blowing food, wine, and spa.
1) Safari to the Great Migration
From Singita Grumeti, a protected area consisting of 350,000 acres of wildness close to Serengeti National Park, there is no better place to witness the world’s largest mammalian migration (1.6 million). Singita is at the vanguard of Africa’s conservation and community efforts, while simultaneously maintaining the region’s gold standard of luxury, with unrivaled service, food, comfort, guiding, views, and position. A beautiful private villa, a rustic-luxury tented camp, a lodge with an airy and contemporary style, and more are among the five luxury safari resorts spread over this vast wilderness area.
Alaska is breathtaking from every viewpoint, but none more so than from the Sheldon Chalet, a one-of-a-kind family-owned luxury retreat located on the ridge of a glacier in the shadow of North America’s tallest peak, Mount Denali.
Sheldon Chalet is the only luxury residence within Denali National Park’s 4.7 million acres, and it can only be reached by helicopter.
The level of superb food and service belies the secluded setting, which offers access to every Alaskan experience imaginable, including spelunking in snow caverns, snowshoeing, stargazing, sledding, mountaineering, and even glacier picnicking.
The Chalet is also one of the best spots to watch the northern lights in the globe.
Iceland isn’t typically thought of as a year-round trip, but it’s stunning at any time of year. Summer in the Northern Hemisphere is endless, and winter is prime viewing time for the northern lights. Exploring ice caves, scuba diving beneath the ice, soaring by helicopter over volcanoes and gorges, climbing glaciers, and riding snowmobiles over the tundra are just a few of the high-octane activities available in Iceland. The Blue Lagoon is a must-see for everyone visiting Iceland for the first time, and the finest way to see it is from the privacy of a luxury room at The Retreat. Watching the northern lights from the geothermal pool at Deplar Farm is about as romantic as it gets for a more far-flung adventure on the Troll Peninsula.
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