Looking for a place which can be a perfect honeymoon destination consider the small island in the Caribbean. The fact that it is the smallest island in the world divided between two countries makes your honeymoon vacation even more romantic, as you can visit two different countries at once. Traveling to St. Martin / St. Maarten will never make you bored, as you will be able to see the overseas territories of both France (St. Martin) and Netherlands (St. Maarten). The island is a bright example of unity and harmony of everything: nature, people and countries.
Actually, it doesn’t matter in what country you will stay, as you nevertheless will be enjoying your honeymoon vacation. If you are at odds about the best time for traveling to St. Martin / St. Maarten just relax and keep in mind that you can plan your honeymoon here anytime. It is always dry and warm, with the temperatures about 80-85 °F.
Europeans have been living in St. Martin / St. Maarten for around 350 years, and have preserved their own culture, though it got mixed a bit with the Caribbean outlook and laid-back attitude. It would be great to have a romantic walk along old streets resembling those in Europe, and enjoy the feel of a distant continent on this tiny island. Or, you can enjoy the purely Caribbean activities, going to the beach and having the most of it: sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and even sailing!
In fact, not only days are interesting here, but the nightlife is also rich and bright! You will never get bored in numerous nightclubs, casinos and bars here. If you are adventurous people, why not try some gambling? But make sure you will spend only a small strictly fixed sum of money on it.
What is more, don’t forget that your honeymoon destination is quite unique by consisting of two countries. So, on no account should you miss visiting Fort Amsterdam – the remnants of the fort which was standing here almost three centuries ago – in St. Maarten. In St. Martin you will be amazed by the butterfly farm and the Marigot Market – one of the oldest places where people still bargain – today only on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Overall, this small Caribbean island leaves a lasting impression on every visitor, not to mention the newlywed couples having the time of their lives here!