Expert advice about honeymoon

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Fun in the sun

Fun in the sun

Q. My wife-to-be and I are looking for a wow-factor honeymoon destination with lots of fun activities. Do you have any suggestions?

A. Lynda Wodehouse says: Mauritius is the ideal place for honeymooners. There's lots to do such as scuba diving, massages, golf, paragliding and buggy trips around the island. I suggest you look for a travel expert who can book everything for you and ensure your trip is perfect.

Take a look at the Victoria Hotel & Spa. It's nestled within 10 hectare of tropical gardens on the north west side of the island and stretches over more than a kilometre of white sand beaches. There are 40 bedrooms available with amazing views of the ocean and a range of luxurious amenities.

Lynda Wodehouse


Winter wonderland

Winter wonderland

Q. We're planning our winter wedding and wanted to know the best honeymoon destinations at this time of year for some more winter fun as we'd love to jet straight off afterwards for a two-week break!

A. Jenny Lane says: Have you dreamt of a romantic winter honeymoon, the ground covered in white snow, sat in a cosy cabin with a crackling log fire? Then look no further than Finland!

Set in Northern Europe, Finland offers the opportunity to experience a beautiful winter wonderland to celebrate posy-vows.

Fly into the capital Helsinki, and take in its architecture, culture and seaside location. Relax at Allas Sea Pool, a marine spa with saunas, warm and sea water pools. Explore neighbouring St. Petersburg in Russia, three-and-a-half hours by train, or Tallinn the capital of Estonia, a two-hour ferry trip.

After your city break, be transported to a frozen paradise in Finnish Lappland where you can chase the Aurora on a snowmobile or watch the light show from a glass roof igloo. Take yourselves on an adventure with a romantic husky sledge ride or indulge in a real artic experience by spending a night in a snow igloo.

Take your pick from two fabulous hotels Iso-Syöte or Kakslauttanen. Iso-Syöte offers a range of accommodation types from glass-roofed suites to traditional log cabins. Kakslauttanen is well known for its glass igloos, it also boasts a secluded earth lodge perfect for a romantic getaway!

Jenny Lane