When it comes to choosing the perfect honeymoon destination, you want to make sure you’ve explored all the best options. We’ve called in the professionals at Nemo Travel, as co-founders Tom and James give us the lowdown on top honeymoon destinations.

5 Top Honeymoon Destinations from Nemo Travel

Honeymoons are meant to be the cherry on the top of your wedding experience. A piece of luxury, adventure and relaxation before heading into married life. For this reason, it is a fantastic trip to work on from our side, we can really get our teeth into it and deliver incredible experiences that work for both of you. Hotels also love hosting honeymooners, so there are loads of great perks and special offers that we can offer.

Nemo was born out of client frustrations and a desire to make holiday planning an enjoyable process. We want to decrease the ‘sales’ tone and increase the control that you have over your trip. By combining our expertise with an easy-to-use tech platform, we are on our way to revolutionising the industry.

With this in mind, here are our top 5 honeymoon destinations, enjoy!


1. Best of South Africa & Mozambique

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From sipping cocktails in trendy Cape Town bars to searching for leopards on safari and winding down on the breathtaking Mozambique coast, variety is the name of the game with this one. There truly is something for every type of traveller with the perfect blend of culture, wildlife and relaxation.

See for yourself and start designing your dream Cape Town honeymoon itinerary here.

2. Tuscany, Rome & the Amalfi Coast

Welcome to ‘La Dolce Vita’ or ‘the good life’ to you and me. This triple centred Italian honeymoon is a fantastic option that is layered in incredible foodie experiences & wonderfully romantic landscapes. After indulging in Tuscan produce and charm, Rome never fails to amaze before finishing in style on the jaw-dropping Amalfi Coast. This trip can be done in a week, making for a fantastic ‘minimoon’, and you can easily cut it down to two stops if preferred.

Get inspired and build your Italian honeymoon here.

3. Top Honeymoon Destinations for Big Game & Gorillas

As a wildlife fanatic, this would be my dream honeymoon. First, you have the opportunity to see the big game in the Masai Mara, and from July-October the chance to observe the ‘Great Migration’, a mind-blowing natural spectacle. Next up, you fly to Uganda and head into the Virunga Mountain range for your gorilla trekking, probably the most exclusive wildlife experience on the continent. With the possibility of adding on some time on the beach, this is not one to be missed.

Go wild and explore one of our favourite itineraries here.


4. Sri Lanka & The Maldives

This combination allows you to explore some of the wonderful highlights of the ‘Emerald Isle’, including ancient Buddhist sites and beautiful tea plantations, before a short flight to some of the best beaches (and hotels) on the planet. It is similar to the South Africa & Mozambique trip in the sense that there really is something for everyone. As with all of our trips, you can choose how you split your time, that’s the beauty of Nemo.

Take a look and find your perfect balance here.


5. Highlights of Oman

For most people, Oman probably doesn’t scream top honeymoon destination, but with some breathtaking scenery, stunning hotels, and plenty of Arabic charm, it’s a wonderful option for your special trip. Spend the night in a private camp in the desert, gaze out at the jaw-dropping landscapes of the mountains, and finish up at the Chedi – one of our favourite beach hotels in the world. If you’re short on time or not a fan of long-haul flights, Oman is easily accessible and can be seen in a week, making it great for a ‘minimoon’ as well.

Don’t just take our word for it, have a look for yourself here. 


There it is, our favourites and why we think they are perfect for honeymoon season. Now, time to get cracking and start designing your dream adventure.


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