Forget #travelenvy! Here’s how to honeymoon like Married at First Sight’s newlyweds

February 6, 2018

For many of us, a wedding is a much anticipated, exciting life event. While this might not have been exactly the case for the couples who met and wed instantly on Nine’s Married at First Sight, the honeymoon in Vanuatu that Justin and Carly enjoyed on last night’s episode offered some true inspiration for newlyweds looking for the perfect honeymoon destination.

Whether you marry at home or hold the whole event in Vanuatu we’ve got five tips on how you can have the ultimate honeymoon experience in the amazing islands of Vanuatu.

1. Make sure you get your hotel just right
It goes without saying that a great holiday starts with the perfect accommodation choice. Make your stay as memorable as that of Justin and Carly by booking yourself in to Warwick Le Lagon – Vanuatu.

Another day, another sunset. Photo by Mauro Risch 🌴🌅📷

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2. Indulge in a couples’ massage
On arrival get your priorities right and slow down to island time. Relax with your new hubby or wife and what better way than with a couples’ massage?

3. Relax on a sunset cruise (with champagne, of course!)
Watch the sun melt into the ocean in front of you as you sail through Vanuatu’s tropical waters. Top off the experience with bubbles as you and your dearly beloved gaze across the horizon and fully appreciate all that Vanuatu has to offer.

4. Book a private dining experience
Whether it’s in your room, in a restaurant or on the beach, you can dine on delicious local cuisine made by top chefs in a secluded environment. Pack up a picnic and head to one of the many beautiful remote spots in Vanuatu, such as at the foot of the gushing Mele Cascades, to enjoy some quality time with your other half.

5. Go on an adventure
Whether you want to travel to a remote island, hike up an active volcano on Tanna, go ziplining or dive the deep blue seas of Santo, Vanuatu really is an adventure-lovers’ paradise; and somewhere you can truly explore your wild side with your loved one. Another option is to pay the culture village of Ekasup a visit. Set in the heart of the Erakor Rain Forest, it is the perfect introduction to the culture and traditions of Vanuatu.

Tanna 🌋

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