1. Costa Rica

With stunning beaches and lush landscapes, Costa Rica has the best of many worlds. Experience the drama of Arenal Volcano, the wildlife reserves in Corcovado National Parks and the 129-kilometre shoreline at Nicoya Peninsula for memories you’ll hold dear for a lifetime.

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2. Mozambique

Lie on beaches famous world-wide for their clean sands and crystal blue waters in Mozambique. Tofo beach is a star attraction – also famous for its coral reefs and its water sports, such as diving and snorkelling. And, if you have time, make it to Quirimbas National Park. It’s a bit of a trek but this eco-rich site is a nature-lover’s dream!

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3. Dominican Republic

The 64-kilometre sea front, known as the Coconut Coast, is a veritable beach mecca, with wide expanses of sand and, yes, coconut trees. And, its myriad hotels and restaurants make this a convenient place to base yourselves form. But, if you’re looking for something more rugged, head to the pristine La Isabela Bay – named after the 15th century Spanish Queen of the same name.

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4. Barbados

This Caribbean destination can give all the rest a run for their money (well, perhaps, not all of them). Scuba fans will fall in love with the reefs and marine wildlife, while those who would rather lie on the beach and soak the sun lay out their towels on Bathsheba beach.

5. Broome, Western Australia

Fancy paddle boarding with your loved one as the sun sets? The coastal resort of Broome in Western Australia might be just the ticket. A 10-minute drive from the centre will take you to Cable Beach, set on the Indian Ocean. This is a spot offering up rare experiences: the tours at Willie Creek Pearl Farm and the spectacular Horizontal Falls – set between two facing gorges.

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6. Cuba

Get to Cuba while you can still enjoy an experience away from the throngs of tourists which cram the beaches in other spots of the world. Although the country is starting to open up, the dam has not yet burst. And, the country boasts a spate of historical sites, picturesque squares and wide beaches that might soon become too crowded for some honeymooners.

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