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The days of flying to Maldives for a beachside honeymoon are over as newlyweds are discovering new ways to celebrate after their weddings vows. Whether it's a luxury tiki hut on a secluded island, a tree house adventure or simply packing up a tricked out camper van and hitting the road, we've found some quirky honeymoon alternatives, which are romantic AND unique...
What's better than gazing out into the stars with your loved one? This luxury tent in the heart of the forest is the perfect opportunity to connect with each other. Credit: Canopy & Stars
If you're looking for something different, then try out this Bolivian hotel which is made completely out of salt! The bricks, the furnishings, you name it! Credit: Luna Salada Salt Hotel
Sail the rivers in these one of a kind house boats popular in Kerala, India where it's interlinked canals give you the opportunity to view the area's scenic beauty from the luxury of your own floating hotel. Credit: KumarakomHouseboat.org
Did you ever have your own tree house as a kid? Well, tree houses have got glamourous with a number of luxurious tree top bunkers popping up in exotic locations around the world. Queensize beds, fur rugs, hot tubs and plenty of champagne are all to be expected. Credit: Canopy & Stars
Fancy a room with a view? This converted jumbo jet hotel serves as the best way to fall asleep under the stars and their luxury suite sits in the converted cockpit with a panoramic view of the airport.
If you thought staying on a secluded island was reserved for the rich and famous, think again. This boutique eco-lodge may be situated in stunning surroundings overlooking the Pacific Ocean but it doesn't cost the earth. Credit: Oneoffplaces.co.uk
Camping has never looked so glamorous! Sit back and be one with nature in this palatial yurt fit for a king. Credit: Oneoffplaces.co.uk
Accommodation doesn't get quirkier than a weekend stay in a lighthouse. This nautical themed accommodation makes the perfect rental for a seaside vacation. Credit: Oneoffplaces.co.uk