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Welcome to Honeymoon Seeker

Honeymoon Seeker was born from a passion for travel, love and wanting to help people. Β We want to inspire and encourage couples to find the perfect destination for their honeymoon. We know from personal experience just how overwhelmed you can become from planning your wedding and honeymoon. My husband and I got married in early 2014 on a remote beach in Thailand with 127 guests and our 18 month old baby. It was dubbed by our guests 'The Festival of Love' and that is exactly what it felt like. A destination wedding with almost all our friends and family, we felt like the luckiest couple in the world!

We decided early in our planning stage that we didn't want to go on a traditional honeymoon and leave our baby with family. Instead we chose a family friendly resort in Ao Nang, utilised the free babysitting service the hotel offered and enjoyed some romantic dinner dates. It was perfect for us. Your honeymoon can be a reflection of your hobbies, a celebration of your union, an opulent holiday or a weekend away. It doesn't have to be room service and sleep ins, it can be hiking or sledding or camping or climbing. Dancing, shopping, surfing, or biking. Can't see a place listed or featured, email us and we will get some insider info for you!

Honeymoon Seeker has collaborators working with us from all over the globe to ensure we are showcasing to you the most phenomenal hotels, restaurants and sights to explore. We are always listing new locations and partnering with different travel bloggers so join our newsletter to stay in the loop.Β 

Life is short, love is sweet and travel is the glue that connects us all.

Nickie x

About us - Honeymoon Seeker

"Don't just live your life, set it on fire!"
Ginger Sullivan
"The heart wants what it wants."
Woody Allen
"Love is the food of life, travel is the dessert."
Amanada Jane Sturges
"There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved."
George Sand
"I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list".
Susan Sontag
"To travel is to live".
Hans Christian Andersen