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Written by Paula Jones Last updated: August 4, 2014
One of the joys of being a newly married couple is to go on holiday together, and the possibilities of what you can do there are endless. Whether you are seeking tranquillity, beauty, or just the rush of new experiences, here are some great ideas to choose from…
A great mountain view, a log cabin and a real log fire.
Above, from the top: Jeannie and Peter’s Real Wedding By Best Wedding Away | Mountain Retreat Villa Maieletta | Joanne and Paul’s Real Wedding By Infinity Weddings and Events
A secluded beach hut on a tropical paradise and just the two of you.
Whether it’s a luxury caravan or a cosy tent, there’s no better way to experience the great outdoors.
Above: The Pearl Tent Company and Katalystic Events
Private, tranquil, self-catered. Perhaps even set next to a lake.
Whether it’s Venice or Paris, you can take in the sights during the day and plan for a romantic candlelit dinner at night.
Above: St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Anything from a simple day trip to a cruise lasting a few days, is the ultimate in travelling at leisure.
Pamper yourself silly and come back looking as well as feeling great.
Cross‐country skiing or riding in a horse‐driven sledge, cuddling up together, will be all the more fun.
Above, from top: Alexander House Hotel and Sherbrooke Castle
A must for lovers of romance and of nature everywhere, a safari is an experience designed to be shared.
Above: Tropical Sky and Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve
See the Confetti shop for great ideas for gifts for your other half:
Above, clockwise from the top-left: Personalised White Pearl Necklace | Personalised Pocket Fob Watch | Flask and Compact Mirror Gift Set | Stainless Flask Wrapped in Charcoal Grey Faux Leather
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