Do you and your fiancé love adventure? If so, perhaps leave the lazy (and clichéd) beach honeymoon to others, and instead take on something extraordinary together! Picture spending your honeymoon curling up together in a tent on the side of Mount Kilimanjaro. Or holding hands while sitting a few feet away from mountain gorillas in Uganda’s rainforest. Perhaps the ideal way to celebrate your new life together is exploring the hidden gems of Sri Lanka! Or, even more adventurous, why not kick of the Mr and Mrs lifestyle by going high-altitude trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal?? Or go white-water rafting in Bhutan? Or travelling to the most scenic spots in Iceland? At Follow Alice we have a great selection of unique and adventurous honeymoon ideas for you that are sure to blow your socks off.
Are you and your fiancé keen for an adventure-fuelled start to married life?
A growing love for adventure honeymoons
The recent trend towards adventure travel and ecotourism has impacted the honeymoon market. More and more honeymooners want to travel somewhere unusual or remote, and to inject some real adventure into their trip.
Some go all out, trekking in the mountains, camping, kayaking or rafting and sleeping rough, ‘yurt-ing’, or staying in off-grid eco lodges. Hot showers and flush toilets generally not included.
The more popular option, however, involves ‘soft’ adventure travel, with newlyweds wanting a plump bed, solid roof and perhaps a soaking tub at the end of each day. For such folks, hotels, lodges or glamping is more the tune they’re whistling, with good doses of adventure sports and cultural outings taking place during the day.
Which sort of adventure honeymoon is speaking the most to you?
Top trending adventure honeymoon ideas
According to Pinterest, 2019 saw a major uptick in safari honeymoon research. If your honeymoon thoughts are aligning with those of these Pinterest users, know that we offer a handful of fantastic trips in that vein:
- Go on a traditional big game safari and mountain gorilla trek in Uganda
- Go on a Big Five safari in Tanzania and see the Great Wildlife Migration
- Explore the hidden gems of Sri Lanka, which includes a n exciting safari
The value of travelling with an experienced tour operator
One of the reasons behind the success of tour operators like Follow Alice is that we offer travellers the safety of heading to destinations where you might feel uncertain about going on your own. Most of our adventure trips take place in African and Asian countries. Here, the languages, cultures, customs and transport systems are usually quite unfamiliar to many international travellers.
There’s great benefit to travelling with an experienced tour operator, not only in terms of safety but also in terms of logistics. Tour operators organise your accommodation, transport and more. They also take most of the admin off your hands. And finally, they’ve done most of the research for you, having identified the best spots within a region or country to visit.
Unique adventure honeymoon ideas
Take a look at these exciting honeymoon ideas.
- Trek to Everest Base Camp
- Trek the Annapurna Circuit
- Discover Nepal and Bhutan
- Hidden gems of Sri Lanka
Here are the details on these epic adventure trips, each of which would make for an extraordinary honeymoon!
Get to know your spouse even better by taking on the challenge of a lifetime together – climbing Kilimanjaro! Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, and the highest freestanding mountain in the world. And yet it doesn’t require any mountaineering skill or equipment to scale it – just hardy hiking boots, strong legs, and some grit and determination.
Picture this …
Picture yourselves leaving all the finery of the wedding behind for a true outdoor adventure. You’ll fly to Tanzania and check into a beautiful lodge. The next day you’ll meet some fellow trekkers and be driven past game and open savannah to Kilimanjaro National Park. Headed by our trusted trek guide, Chris, and accompanied by an experienced mountain crew, you’ll start by hiking along dirt paths through beautiful rainforest. At the end of the day, you and your new Mr or Mrs will climb into your two-man tent (which has been set up for you by the crew) to chat over the day’s events.
The next day you’ll trek up above the trees and enter moorland and heath, where the vegetation is sparse but includes towering lobelias and groundsels. On this day and the next you’ll be climbing over and around rock and cliff faces, and things will be getting chilly and the air thin. In the evenings you’ll sit holding hands in camp chairs drinking hot drinks and looking down over the African plain.
When you finally reach summit day, you’ll wake around midnight and turn to each other and say: “We can do this!” You’ll then put on your warmest layers, your beanie and gloves and thermal socks, and you’ll join the group as you trek over scree and ice to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro just after sunrise. Can you see yourselves beaming for a photo at Uhuru Peak, 5,895 m above sea level??
Seven different Kilimanjaro routes
There are seven Kilimanjaro routes leading to the summit of the mountain. Except for the Marangu route, all require you to camp. Part of the adventure of climbing Kilimanjaro is how it brings you back into contact with nature. Every day you hike through beautiful terrain, surrounded by the natural vegetation. Those who are observant see plenty of wildlife, including – on certain routes – large game like elephants and antelope. Climbing Kilimanjaro actually takes you through five different climate zones: forest, heath, moorland, alpine desert, and arctic. You pretty much enter a different ecosystem every day of the trek!
Climbing Kilimanjaro is a great adventure holiday for couples who like to test their limits, experience new things together, and do their things their own way.
All tents on the Kilimanjaro climb sleep two, so as newlyweds you’ll have your own little home on the mountain for the duration of your trek.
Further reading for the interested …
Want to know more about climbing Kilimanjaro? We’ve got you covered!
- How much does it cost to climb Kilimanjaro?
- Best time to climb Kilimanjaro
- Kilimanjaro preparation
- Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro FAQs
- What is it like to climb Kilimanjaro?
- The 10 best things to do in Kilimanjaro region
“I climbed Kilimanjaro last year with Follow Alice and it was an unforgettable experience!! All the planning was made at their side and I just enjoyed the beautiful climb – so simple and well delivered.” Silvia Coimbra
Want to make your honeymoon even more epic?
Here’s an idea: go all out for your honeymoon by pairing a Kilimanjaro trek with a Tanzanian safari! Both adventures take place in north Tanzania, so we find many clients like to climb the mountain and then reward their efforts with a relaxing safari trip to see the Big Five!
Tanzania is arguably the ultimate safari destination for wildlife lovers. With 16 beautifully maintained national parks, it offers some of Africa’s best game viewing. Some of the animals one can find on safari include African elephants, lions, zebras, hippos, wildebeests, hyenas, caracals and kobs. Tanzania is a beacon when it comes to preserving its natural heritage – it has 42,000 square kilometres of national park! Picture the two of you taking safari drives during the day and then glamping in a private tent at night!
Highlights of a Tanzania safari
Some of the highlights of our Tanzania safari trip are:
- Go on safari in the UNESCO-listed Ngorongoro Crater
- Spot lions, leopards, wildebeests, black rhinos, African elephants, cheetahs, giraffes and much more!
- Camp overnight in some of Africa’s most beautiful national parks
- Watch the sunrise over the African savannah
- Experience the rich culture of the Maasai people
Our exciting destinations
During our time on safari we can visit any or all the following world-famous sites:
- Lake Manyara National Park
- Serengeti National Park
- Ngorongoro Crater
- Tarangire National Park
- Lake Natron
Lake Manyara National Park is one of Tanzania’s smaller parks, but it packs a real punch, boasting savannah, bush plains and evergreen forest. The chance to see elephant families moving through the forest is reason enough on its own to visit this gem of a park!
The word serengeti means ‘endless plains’ in the Maasai language, and this is truly apt. Serengeti National Park is home to the Great Migration, the famous annual migration of over two million grazing animals like wildebeest, zebra and gazelle. Our drive in the park affords us ample game-watching opportunities, as well as the chance to visit the beautiful Olduvai Gorge. We’ll also visit the Maasai Culture Boma to learn about the history and culture of this fascinating tribe.
Directly south of Serengeti National Park is Ngorongoro Crater, the largest collapsed volcanic crater in the world! The walls of the crater have created an oasis of wildlife. You can expect to see plenty of lions, elephants, zebras, hippos, wildebeest, jackals, kobs, eagles, vultures, and so much more. There are also brightly coloured flamingoes in the crater lake and hippos in the swamp, which is where we stop for lunch!
Tarangire National Park is a truly fantastic, underrated game park that is at its best during the long dry season (June to October) when large herds of animals flock to its river. Of special note are the enormous elephant herds, which can number into the hundreds. The park is also a great place to visit for its different landscape, which includes immense baobab trees, quirky sausage trees, and iconic towering red termite mounds.
Lake Natron is our newest safari offering, and we’re really excited about it! This hyper-alkaline lake sits on the border with Kenya and is in a very remote region, inhabited by small Maasai villages. The waters are too alkaline for most animals, but lesser flamingoes are hardy and blanket its surface. At times the water turns shades of pink, red and orange, and you can even see this red hue from space! It’s an otherworldly sight, only made better by having the active volcano Mt Ol Doinyo Lengai in the background!
And if that’s still not enough for you …
You could easily head south to Zanzibar after your safari to end off the honeymoon with some time spent dipping your toes in pale blue, warm waters and sipping on cold, fruity drinks! We can totally make that happen for you. ⛱
Further reading for those who are interested
Want to know more? Of course you do! Here are a few blog posts. toget you started:
- Why we love Lake Manyara National Park
- What is the Serengeti famous for?
- Ngorongoro Crater – the world’s eighth natural wonder
- Tarangire National Park
Gorilla trek in Uganda
Uganda is known as the Pearl of Africa, for very good reason. This lush country has mountains, jungle, mountain gorillas, savannah, the Big Five, island-dotted lakes, rich culture, welcoming people, and so much more.
At Follow Alice we’ve put together a wild adventure holiday that takes in the best the country has to offer: we explore the capital city of Kampala, go on a mountain bike safari, row in traditional boats on the lake, zip line into the water, visit chimpanzees in the wild, and go on a boat cruise. And finally, our pièce de resistance: we take a trek in the rainforest to see mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. It’s all epic times in Uganda, and the perfect destination for a romantic and out-of-the-ordinary honeymoon getaway!
An adventure-packed itinerary
During your stay stay in Uganda, we take you to various beautiful spots around the country. Some of the exciting activities on the cards are:
- Go on a mountain bike safari in Lake Mburo National Park
- Hike to see chimpanzees in the wild
- Take a boat cruise to see Murchison Falls
- Go on a game drive in beautiful Murchison Falls National Park
- Quad bike around Bunyonyi to explore local villages
- Row in traditional dugout canoes on Lake Bunyonyi to visit some of its islands, and zip line into the water
- Take an evening walk into the town of Kabale
- Go on a boat safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park’s Kazinga Channel
- Trek in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to see a gorilla troop
Those with more time on their hands might like to also:
- Go on a day hike or multiday trek in the soaring Rwenzori Mountains, home to Africa’s third highest peak!
- Travel north for a game drive in Kidepo Valley National Park, possibly the best game park in the country
- Travel east to hike to Sipi Falls and abseil down its cliff face, then visit a coffee plantation for some yummy coffee tasting
Trekking to see mountain gorillas
The gorilla trek is the highlight of our trip. And for good reason. The mountain gorilla is an endangered animal – there are estimated to be fewer than 900 in the wild. They live only in Uganda, the DRC and Rwanda. We’ll take a guided trek through the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to find a troop to observe. As the name of the forest suggests, we’ll be trekking through dense vegetation. You can expect overgrown trails, walls of green, dripping leaves, rivers and rivulets, forest sounds, mist and perhaps the odd downpour! Trekking through such an untouched and thick forest like this is a treat in and of itself.
Mountain gorillas are known for being mostly gentle and shy. The gorilla troops that are visited are habituated ones, meaning they’re used to the presence of humans. It’s wonderful to watch them interact among themselves, and hear their grunts and barks. Very few people are afforded the opportunity to view these gentle giants in their natural habitat – those who do rarely leave the forest unaffected.
Read our blog posts to learn more about Uganda and all it has to offer:
- 20 things to know about mountain gorilla trekking
- Top 20 things to do in Uganda – the definitive list!
- Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
- Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda
- Uganda is calling all adventure-lovers
Really adventurous honeymooners could combine a gorilla trek in Uganda with a Kilimanjaro climb in Tanzania, as the two East African nations are neighbours.
Trek to Everest Base Camp
Not everyone can climb Mount Everest, but most of us can make the trek to its famous base camp. The Everest Base Camp trek is a challenging but ever-so-rewarding two-week hike through the Himalayas. It starts in the temperate zone at around 2,500 m and requires you to climb up to the alpine zone at over 5,000 m. During the trek we hike as a group up steep, forested valleys, over suspension bridges, across desolate valley floors and lake beds, along high contour paths, and over snowy mountain passes.
We stay in traditional Sherpa villages, eat Nepali food, visit Buddhist monasteries, stand back for passing yaks, dip our toes in icy high-altitude lakes, and marvel at snow-capped mountain peaks every way we turn. And in the middle of it all, we get to stand in Everest Base Camp, where the prayer flags are pulled at relentlessly by the wind and we contemplate the start of the trail taken by many greats to reach the top of the world’s highest mountain.
Highlights of the Everest Base Camp trek
This two-week trip to the Himalayas of eastern Nepal is not just about standing at Everest Base Camp. No, no – it has so much more in store for curious and intrepid travellers. When you travel to do the Everest Base Camp trek with Follow Alice, you’ll:
- Take an exciting flight from Kathmandu to the mountain town of Lukla
- Trek for two weeks through the beautiful Sagarmatha National Park
- Stay in traditional Sherpa villages and experience the local culture and cuisine
- Visit Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and other important cultural sites
- See wild and domesticated animals like musk deer and wild goats
- See Mt Everest, Khumbu Glacier and many other spectacular Himalayan peaks and glaciers
- Visit the world’s most iconic base camp
- Stay on the shore of the beautiful Gokyo Lake
- Challenge yourself physically and mentally as you trek at great altitude
- Make friends with fellow trekkers from around the world
How far is the trek to Everest Base Camp?
The Everest Base Camp trek is 65 km each way when you walk the most direct route. This is the traditional trek route. There are, however, variations to this route, a common one being the Everest Base Camp trek via Gokyo Lakes.
We hike the Everest Base Camp trek via Gokyo Lakes, an exciting alternative to the classic trek route that takes in more of the area.
Who should do the Everest Base Camp trek?
If you’re a curious soul who doesn’t mind a little discomfort for the sake of new experiences, then the Everest Base Camp trek is for you! You don’t need any mountaineering skills or equipment, nor do you need to be an athlete. You do, however, need to be reasonably fit. Simply put, if you’re able to go on a day-long hike wherever you live without falling over with fatigue and complaining that life is no fun, then you should be perfectly able to tackle Everest Base Camp.
If you’d like to know more about the challenges of the trek, we recommend you read How hard is Everest Base Camp? This blog post describes the trek route and surrounding terrain, daily hiking hours, the dangers of altitude sickness, and more.
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Trek the Annapurna Circuit
The Annapurna Circuit trek is an incredibly varied and exciting high-altitude trek. Located in Nepal’s central Himalayas, the Annapurna region boasts some of the world’s highest mountains. Most famous is Annapurna I, the seventh highest peak in the world at 8,091 m (26,545 ft).
On the Annapurna Circuit trek we hike deep into the Himalayas. We wind our way up steep, forested valleys and canyons, walk narrow paths that snake round the sides of mountains, visit an ice lake, and cross a bleak summit pass. The higher we climb, the fiercer the weather, with strong winds and temperatures that drop below freezing at night. It’s a fantastic adventure trip for newlyweds (and others) who want a challenge and something out of the ordinary!
Annapurna circuit people and culture
The people groups we meet along the Annapurna trek route vary greatly. At the trail’s start we meet Hindu communities with close ties to Indian culture, but when we enter into the remote mountains we meet Tibetic groups who are closely connected in culture to their neighbours to the north. Along the trail we encounter temples, prayer flags, stupas, gompas, prayer wheels, and more. Every day on the Annapurna circuit introduces you to something new and surprising.
The Annapurna Circuit trek route
Many treks around the world involve hiking from Point A to Point B and then back along the same route, often because the terrain dictates it. Not a problem, but arguably not ideal. The Annapurna Circuit route, by contrast, is a roughly circular route that takes you anticlockwise through the valleys and gorges and over some of the heights of the Annapurna Massif. Every day brings something new!
We start in the small village of Pisang. Over the next few days we hike deep into the remote mountains, eventually climbing up into a rain shadow. Colourful prayer flags and Buddhist stupas (religious monuments) can be seen all along the trek route. The pinnacle of the trek – both literally and mentally – is reaching the top of the mountain pass Thorung La. Thorung La is 5,416 m (17,769 ft) above sea level. It’s a snow-covered spot that’s blasted by fierce winds.
After this special moment of victory, the trek’s descent begins. The route drops down from the chilly heights into the woods before reaching the hills and plains of the Mustang District, where we spend a night. Next we fly to the beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara, a popular tourist destination, where we stay a night. We have the option of exploring the city, canoeing on the lake, ziplining above the trees, and more!
At the end of the Annapurna Circuit you stay in a luxurious lakeside resort in Pokhara where there’s fine dining, a spa and more.
Who should hike the Annapurna Circuit?
The Annapurna Circuit trek is one of the most popular treks worldwide. This is because of the sheer diversity and beauty of the trek route. We can vouch for the fact that every day on this trip is new and exciting. And also that the hard work and sweat to complete it is one hundred percent worth it. The views, the people and the memories are truly special.
The Annapurna Circuit is a non-technical route, which means you don’t need any special experience or skills to complete it. You just need a good pair of hiking boots and a decent level of fitness. So if you’re a reasonably fit person with an adventurous spirit, we hope to share the experience of trekking the Annapurna Circuit with you soon!
Want to know more? We’ve got you!
- 10 tips for trekking the Annapurna Circuit
- Annapurna Circuit route
- Best time to hike Annapurna Circuit
- Annapurna Circuit cost
Bhutan is a small country sandwiched between China and India that has the Himalayan mountain range running through it. It has an abundance of natural beauty, and is rich in culture, religion and history. At Follow Alice we’ve put together an exciting itinerary that takes in some of the most culturally rich and picturesque spots of the country. This holiday is a truly unique and adventurous honeymoon idea!
Adventure activities to get the heart racing
Our Discover Bhutan itinerary has three themes: adventure sports, history and culture, and R&R. And of course, you can inject plenty of romance too! Put together we think they make for the perfect adventure honeymoon!
Some of the exciting outdoor activities on offer are:
- Take a sightseeing hike around the Himalayan town of Punakha and visit its beautiful 17th-century fortress Punakha Dzong
- Go white-water rafting down the Mo Chu river
- Take a bike ride from Paro to Thimphu, passing through paddy fields, virgin forests and sleepy villages
- Hike to Taktshang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, which clings to the side of a cliff
A fix of culture and history
Some of the culture and history activities we’ve got planned are:
- Spend a day exploring the culturally rich Thimphu, Bhutan’s gorgeous capital city
- Visit Motithang Takin Reserve to see gnu goats, also called takins
- Learn about Bhutanese arts and crafts at the National Institute of Zorig Chusum
- Tour a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse and farm before being treated to a delicious lunch
Further reading for the interested
If you’re keen to visit Bhutan – and maybe even make if your honeymoon! – then you might like to read:
- Why everyone loves Bhutan
- 7 things to know before visiting Bhutan
- Bhutan travel guide – Top 12 places to visit in Bhutan
- How much does it cost to travel to Bhutan?
Hidden Gems of Sri Lanka
The beach honeymoon is far and away the most popular among newlyweds. And we totally get it: couples are keen to relax in beautiful, warm surroundings after the busyness and demands of a wedding. But how about choosing a more exciting and culturally rich beach destination than is the usual?
What’s so special about Sri Lanka?
Sri Lanka is an island of green hills, tea plantations, ancient temples, spicy food, astonishing wildlife and postcard-like beaches. In other words, it has it all! We invite you to explore the hidden gems of Sri Lanka with us in one of our action-packed trips in 2020. We’ll raft, snorkel, bike, tuk-tuk, swim, surf, hike and take a train ride through the amazing nature of this scenic island. We’ll also go on safari to see elephants, leopards, crocs and other exciting creatures. And finally we’ll relax and dine in some of the most beautiful boutique hotels and adventure lodges the country has to offer.
The landscape of Sri Lanka includes idyllic warm-water beaches, tangled jungle, tea plantations, and tree-covered mountains. In our 11-day trip to the island we explore the northwest of the country, where the turquoise waters meet the shore in beautiful white-sand beaches and pristine mangroves, and palm trees frame the scene. We then travel inland to go on safari, hike high into the mountains, and explore an ancient rock citadel. We also travel south for a dose of colonial history, some epic water sports, and more beautiful beaches.
An exciting and action-packed itinerary
While staying on this beautiful island you can pick and choose from all of the following exciting activities:
- Kite surf, whale and dolphin watch, cycle and visit the mangrove swamps in Kalpitiya
- Go on a tuk-tuk ride in the historic city of Kandy and climb Baiharawa Kanda Buddhist statue
- Take a guided climb to the top of the Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress
- Go on a jeep safari in Minneriya National Park
- Climb to the top of the famous Adam’s Peak in the Central Highlands
- Go canyoning and white-water rafting or kayaking in the rainforest of western Sri Lanka
- Go surfing, diving, snorkelling and swimming at some of the country’s best southern beaches
Sri Lanka is a paradise for the adventurous spirit, and we’re excited to show you all the amazing locations and activities we discovered there. And it’s not just us who are in love with this island nation – Lonely Planet named it the number one country to visit in 2019!
At Follow Alice we’re all about adventure, exploration and meeting new people.
A great dose of history and culture
We know that no trip to Sri Lanka would be complete if you weren’t exposed to some local colour and culture. So don’t worry – we’ve got you sorted. We offer our guests the following handpicked outings:
- Take a guided tour of the well-preserved seaside Galle Fort built in the 1500s by the Portuguese and later extended by the Dutch
- Visit the Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project to learn about these special animals
- Visit the iconic stilt fishermen who sit on simple stick stands while line fishing in the sea
- Take a scenic train journey to Hatton and explore the Uva Halwapthethe Tea Estate and its factory
- Take a guided tour of the fascinating Dumbulla Rock Cave Temple in central Sri Lanka
And finally, what’s an island getaway without a little R&R? We’ll book you in for a one-hour Ayurvedic massage at Spa Ceylon. In addition, there’s time to dine and party in vibrant Colombo, the country’s capital city.
Further reading for the interested …
For the full breakdown of what we offer on the trip, read Hidden gems of Sri Lanka. You might also like to read about the 21 top things to do in Sri Lanka. And if you’re enjoying learning new things about this marvellous country, here are 26 things you didn’t know about Sri Lanka. Keen on the buddy-moon idea? And want a unique and adventurous honeymoon If so, we think Sri Lanka is the perfect destination for you and some close friends to celebrate your marriage. 😊
And finally, here’s one more unique and adventurous honeymoon idea for you …
Wonders of Iceland
Iceland. The name alone is capable of conjuring up spectacular visions of steaming volcanoes, gushing waterfalls, hot springs, small seaside villages, hardened animals, steep fjords and canyons, the Northern Lights, black-sand beaches and isolated churches.
And that’s barely touching the surface! The varied landscapes and sharp colours of Iceland are a photographer’s mecca, and the adventure’s delight.
Iceland is the perfect destination for hiking and trekking, caving, rafting, snowmobiling, walking on glaciers, boating, fishing, sea kayaking and even just stone skipping!
And then of course one should also take time to relax in as many natural hot springs as possible. You can also attend the exciting festivals of Raykjavík, visit a turf-covered village, and gaze at the Northern Lights.
Iceland has as many sights and experiences to offer as you care to take in!
A super varied itinerary
Our Wonders of Iceland summer itinerary offers the very best of the island nation that can be fit into nine days. But please use this simply as a jumping board for adding or subtracting items that do or don’t appeal to you – nothing is set in stone. We’re happy to work with you to create your ideal Iceland getaway, and can up the adrenaline activities if you wish!
Some of the highlights of our suggested Iceland itinerary are:
- Explore the unique city of Reykjavík
- Hike to the impossibly pretty waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Gulfoss
- Visit the geysers Geysir and Strokkur
- Go on a glacier cave tour inside Kötlujökull
- Hike (using crampons) on the glacier Skaftafell
- Kayak or boat on Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
- Explore the fjords, peaks and villages of east Iceland
- Visit Dettifoss, Europe’s second most powerful waterfall
- Explore a lava tunnel in the remote Snæfellsjökull National Park
Hiking the spectacular Laugavegur trail in Iceland’s fierce and unforgiving interior is one of the additions we highly recommend to those able to add a few more days to their Iceland stay.
Travel the circuit route of Iceland
David, our fantastic Icelandic local leader, will be your driver and guide during your Iceland adventure. He’ll ensure you see the best of the north, south east and west of his country! To do this, you’ll travel the well-known circuit road of Iceland so that you see all aspects of this fascinating and unique nation.
Ready to supercharge your honeymoon?
Feeling inspired to take on a unique and adventurous honeymoon? Or do you have any questions and would just like to know more about one or two of our trips? Please contact us and we’ll be in touch soon!