For all you newlyweds looking to get away from your fellow newlyweds? Look, no further welcome to Mojo Travels and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top ten overlooked honeymoon destinations. Are you a fan of our videos? Be sure to subscribe to mojo travels and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos for this list. We’ll be looking at various destinations that offer honeymooning couples a unique experience, but which your average travel agent might be unlikely to suggest whether you’re looking for adventure, a cozy, romantic getaway, picturesque vistas to gaze at together or just a break from the crowds. We’ve got you covered when it comes to inspired honeymoon destinations number 10 New Caledonia never heard of New Caledonia. You’re likely not the only one. It’s an archipelago in the Southwest Pacific Ocean over 750 miles from the Australian coast. The isolated location of this tropical paradise has generally kept it off the radar of most travelers. But, hey, your honeymoon is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. So why not visit a destination with similar gravitas here on this special territory of France, You will find the luxury of the French Riviera with a tropical twist. Whether you want to snorkel surf hike or just eat great food drink. Good wine and relax. New Caledonia can accommodate NEX. There’s even a giant, naturally occurring heart shape in the mangroves near the town of Voe, which can be seen via helicopter rides leaving from the capital, Noumea. If that’s not the perfect marriage of natural beauty and romance, we don’t know what is number 9 Hokkaido, Japan. Japan is a country of many wonders. If you and your significant other are city people who are happiest when immersed in a bustling culture and high-end cuisine. Tokyo is actually a great option If however, you’re looking to get lost with the love of your life in the legendary beauty of the Japanese countryside, while Kyoto is your dream honeymoon destination? The northernmost major island in Japan volcano is known for its notably slower pace, charming villages and breathtaking natural spaces. If you’re the outdoorsy type, make it a winter honeymoon and visit a world renowned resort. Whatever time of year be sure to spend some time bathing at one of the many hot springs or onsen. This is starting to become a bit of a theme. But Hokkaido, like New Caledonia is also home to a natural heart-shaped attraction. Lake Toi yoni. Last one, we swear number eight lamu town, Kenya, a small town on the island of La Moo in Kenya, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is steeped in Swahili history and culture, The country’s oldest city. It has been dubbed the Venice of Kenya and is notable for its romantic touches. The lovely beaches provide picturesque sunsets, and unlike so many comparable beaches around the world, they remain remarkably uncrowded, despite its UNESCO status. That’s part of the magic of Lamu Town. It’s somehow still a quiet place, rich in charm, culture and historic architecture. There are no cars here. Donkeys remain the primary mode of transport wander the streets, mingle with locals and just breathe in the history of the place as for food. You’ll eat extremely well. The local cuisine is a mix of Arabian so Healy and various African influences. Number 7 Antarctica. Are you and your new spouse seasoned travelers looking to do something really memorable for your honeymoon? Why not conquer the continent where the vast majority of the world’s population will never set foot? If you’re the adventurous type who prioritize otherworldly sites and unique experience above all else, this will be an opportunity to bond and make an unparalleled lasting memory together. Imagine traveling an almost alien frozen landscape by cruise ship holding your partner as the boat Takes you past frozen giants of the South Pole. If frolicking with penguins kayaking, wood seals, whale watching and snuggling up next to the fire is your idea of romance, then? Maybe Antarctica is the perfect honeymoon destination for you and your partner number six. Cappadocia, Turkey. Got a sci-fi lover in the couple then. Cappadocia is sure to be a good choice seriously. The landscape of this historical region is simply well out of this world. You might as well be honeymooning in a galaxy far far away that being said it would be a massive disservice to Cappadocia to label it into constricted, a manner overlooked, though it might be Cappadocia actually has something to offer a wide range of couples. You can sleep in a luxury cave hotel, take a balloon ride across the surreal landscape and lose yourself in the ancient charms of this historically rich area. Cappadocia is truly the best of both worlds, the marvels of human history, combined with the modern comforts, your average couple hopes for during their honeymoon, horseback riding cooking lessons, spa treatments. Cappadocia has got it. All number five Atacama Desert, Chile. This South American country actually has a number of great off-the-beaten-track honeymoon destinations for the more adventurous newlyweds. One great option is the Patagonia region in southern Chile, which also spans into Argentina today, however, we’re here to talk about the Atacama and the one-of-a-kind honeymoon That awaits you there. A desert might not sound like an obvious place for romance, especially one billed as the world’s driest, however, what it lacks in natural water sources, it more than makes up for with staggering and diverse natural beauty considered one of the most challenging habitats to ever support human life. It’s now home to unique lodges, hotels and spas, allowing you to get the best of both worlds the night sky is unparalleled and does pair nicely with a good Chilean wine number for Kanpur, top Portugal. Comport ah is not a household name and for that we should all consider ourselves lucky. The secret retreat of celebrities looking for some much-needed. R&R away from the eyes of the general public, but word is finally getting out if you want a beach retreat without the crowds and you’re looking for a distinctly low-key environment comport. That is your dream destination. It’s impossible to say how long comport those charms can remain intact. But if you’re getting married in the next couple of years, we’d highly recommend you. Consider this destination for your honeymoon. There are no big resorts or developments here, but if you’ve got the budget. There are stunning luxury villas to be rented in short. This is the Paradise you’ve been looking for and feared may have already disappeared. Number three, Iceland. We know we know. Iceland became so popular amongst travelers in the last few years, but it’s hard not to feel like it was a trend. One that you may be concerned has already come and gone. We get that. Travel is a fickle beast and that no one wants to go to a pass a destination, but if you didn’t make it to Iceland before it peaked, You still owe it to yourself to go because everything that made it a must-visit destination still holds true and honestly, all that insane, otherworldly beauty, the magic of natural? Hot Springs and the opportunity to camp out under the stars. That’s got the makings of a honeymoon that you will cherish for the rest of your life. There is something in the Icelandic air that brings out a person’s most romantic self number. Two Puglia, Italy, Italy, right up there with France has long been one of the most popular destinations for honeymoons. Venice Florence, Rome, the Amalfi Coast. These streets have been well-worn by travelling newlyweds. We could make any number of alternate recommendations. Bologna for the food obsessed Cinque Terre today for lovers of all things, coastal Siena for a couple wanting the experience of a romantic Italian city, but with less hustle and bustle to it, really, though, if there’s one area we’d suggest above all others for those looking for a truly unique honeymoon in Italy, it’s Hulya, But perhaps not as unknown as it once was, Puglia remains curiously absent from most itineraries at the heel of the boot, That’s Italy. Pune is home to breathtaking beaches, inspiring cliffs, phenomenal, food, unique architecture, and yet it is remarkably unspoiled by tourism before we unveil our top pick. Here are a few honorable mentions. [MUSIC] [Music] [Music] number one flourishes an island nation in the Indian Ocean. Mauritius should be on everyone’s bucket list. Yes, even if you don’t ultimately choose it for your honeymoon. It’s been called the most romantic island on the planet and while that might seem like a bold and subjective statement. When you’re walking it Shores hand-in-hand with the love of your life, we think you’ll struggle to disagree. It strikes a perfect balance between luxury and natural beauty high-end resorts. They’ve gotta are quaint, each side. Boutique hotels are freestanding stilt homes more your speed, so be it. Stunning, natural sights, pristine beaches, aquatic activities, world-class cuisine and opportunities for shopping in many ways. Mauritius is your quintessential perfect honeymoon destination. Just one most people don’t consider. Do you agree with our picks? Check out these other great clips from mojo travels and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos.