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The best part of wedding planning? Deciding where to go on your honeymoon! After you’ve said “I do,” it’s time to embark on the romantic getaway of your dreams. So how do you decide on the best honeymoon destination for you and your one and only? We’ve rounded up a few ideas in the top honeymoon destinations around the globe, whether you’re dreaming of an overwater bungalow in Bora Bora, or a romantic jaunt along Italy’s Amalfi Coast

If you’re on a budget, we found some affordable honeymoon destinations, or if the sky’s the limit (this is your honeymoon, after all!), opt for one of the top honeymoon destinations loved by celebrities. Another good place to start your planning: the best honeymoon destinations of 2019.

Where to Stay in the Cayman Islands

At 76 square miles, Grand Cayman (pronounced Grand Cay-MON) is this British overseas territory’s main island and gateway, home to the Owen Roberts International Airport and the capital, George Town. Two smaller and less-touristy islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, appeal to divers, fishermen, bird watchers and those seeking a low-key or adventurous escape.

That’s not to say that living on Grand Cayman is rowdy; it’s actually quite civilized (except when cruise ship masses descend on the duty-free shops of George Town and other popular attractions). Offshore banking is the biggest business here (and the island tops many lists of tax havens), and Caymanians seem eager to hold onto their own money as gambling is illegal.

The main Cayman Islands resorts area is legendary Seven Mile Beach, which true to its name stretches out in a shimmering white crescent along the western coast for 6.3 miles (Seven Mile sounds better, right?), offering some of the best all-inclusive resorts in the Cayman islands. The watersports and sunset views here rank among the best in the Caribbean.

Things to Do in the Cayman Islands

When it comes to things to do in the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman’s other must-see is a sand bar surrounded by shallow, surreally blue water.

Known as Stingray City, dozens of these alien-looking sea creatures gather here waiting to “play” with willing tourists. If that doesn’t quite sound like heaven, you can always go to Hell—a patch of black limestone formations in West Bay with a much-Instagrammed sign and a post office offering a “Hell” postal stamp to amuse friends and family back home.

If an undersea paradise is more appealing, the waters around the Cayman Islands boast more than 500 fish species and excellent visibility, especially at the dive sites off Little Cayman and Cayman Brac—reachable via a 30-minute flight.

Wreck diving fans can explore the 330-foot MV Captain Keith Tibbets off of the former and experience incredible wall dives from the latter. No matter what your preferred mode of water-based enjoyment, these islands and beaches will leave you relaxed and happy.