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What’s the best way to follow up the perfect wedding? The perfect honeymoon, of course! It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have the best holiday of your life with your new partner, and it’s probably something that you spend a lot of time thinking about during the planning process of your actual wedding. If you want to make it just as memorable as your wedding day, then how about choosing one of these exotic locations?

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The Maldives

A honeymoon in the Maldives will make any of your friends green with envy. This remote location offers honeymooners some of the most beautiful golden beaches that are bordered by crystal-clear waters. It’s warm, there are plenty of luxurious resorts to indulge in and there are plenty of romantic locations to explore with your partner. There’s even an underwater restaurant in the Maldives that, while expensive, offers you an experience unlike any other on the planet. As you wine and dine with your partner, you’ll be surrounded by tropical aquatic life 5.8 meters beneath the surface of the ocean.

Kyoto, Japan

In comparison to the beaches and nightlife of the Maldives, Kyoto offers the complete opposite but still manages to be exotic in its own right. Rest and relax in this tranquil city with picturesque sights, iconic cherry blossom viewings and traditional teahouses. If you have any kind of interest in Japanese culture, then it doesn’t get much better than a honeymoon to Kyoto. It’s a refreshing sight compared to the hustle and bustle of city life, and there’s plenty of romantic locations to visit if you want some beautiful and memorable honeymoon photographs.

Machu Picchu Pueblo, Peru

Exotic means adventurous, and there are very few places on earth that offer the kind of excitement and adventure that Machu Picchu Pueblo offers. Though the name might sound strange or even silly, it’s one of the world’s great historical sites, making this one of those once-in-a-lifetime places that you have to visit before you retire. Hotels and food in the area are generally quite cheap despite offering plenty of luxuries. There’s a lot of trekking involved, so unless you’re ready to be on your feet for most of the day, you’ll probably want to take it easy in Peru. There’s so much wonder and charm to uncover in Machu Picchu Pueblo that you’ll leave feeling enlightened.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

When you want to go big, you go to Dubai. It offers some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and resorts, yet at the same time gives you access to wonderful beaches, desert tours and a wide range of delicious foods. With so much to see and do in Dubai, it might even feel surreal. It’s definitely one of the more exotic locations in the world to visit for a honeymoon. You’ll feel like royalty in most of the luxury hotel, yet you can get adventurous in the desert with camel rides and jeep tours.

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Peru is a country steeped in natural beauty and historical landmarks that you shouldn’t miss. It’s home to some of the world’s first pyramids and there are many archaeological sites to visit if you’re a history buff or just love to explore cultures. Peru is the country to be if you want to explore dig sites and old architecture. To name a few places, there’s the lost city of Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca and the Sacred Valley to explore.

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So if you’re interested in taking a South American adventure for your next holiday, make sure you don’t miss these unforgettable locations. You’re guaranteed to have an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience, and you’ll feel refreshed once you return home.

Machu Picchu

A Machu Picchu tour could be a life-changing experience. You’ll be unable to contain your excitement for this amazing location once you take a look through Google images or various tour guides. Machu Picchu attracts all kinds of holidaymakers. From ageing seniors who want to experience the serene atmosphere to young hikers who want to explore ancient history with their hands and eyes, you’ll find a colourful medley of people here.

The word “Machu Picchu” means “old mountain” in the Quechua language. The area is a 550-year old citadel that was built by an advanced society back in its days. It stands roughly 8,000 ft above the sea level and its ruins are about the size of a village. Combined with the forest and wilderness, this historical sanctuary covers over 116 square miles. Machu Picchu is caked in mystery as even the most established historians and archaeologists don’t understand its purpose. It serves as a residential and religious area, but no one knows the significance of why it was built so high in the mountains.

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is known in Andean belief to be the birthplace of the sun—and there’s no other description that can do this place justice. It’s the largest lake in South America and the highest body of water in the world that can be navigated. The water takes on a beautiful blue shade that shimmers from the rays of the sun, but they contrast with the cold and bitter nights that you’ll experience. It’s a location that screams with local attractions and natural landmarks that you won’t want to miss.

You can take a boat ride across the lake to experience the area with your own eyes, there are many islands to stay at, and there are many weekend markets where you can pick up fresh produce and souvenirs.

The Sacred Valley

This aptly named area is tucked under some large sweeping foothills. The Sacred Valley (also known as El Valle Sagrado) is about 15km north of Cuzco. Many travel agencies inside of Cuzco offer tours around the Sacred Valley. They’ll take you to see all the splendid sights, archaeological areas and local markets that offer everything from delicacies to clothing items.

The Sacred Valley is an incredibly popular destination for people that love to hike. The area is filled with beautiful architecture and natural landmarks, but you can also partake in adrenaline-fueled activities such as rafting and rock climbing. These activities are usually organized inside of Cuzco.

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