Marriage can’t always be a honeymoon, but the honeymoon should always be unforgettable. Every couple has a different theme for their honeymoon, but undoubtedly, be it adventure or lazy luxury – romance is top of the agenda every time. The honeymoon phenomena began in the early 18th century, when the bride & groom set out on their first trip as a married couple, with the sole purpose of visiting the relatives who couldn’t attend the wedding celebrations.
Today, the honeymoon provides the new couple with an opportunity to enjoy an experience that suits their character together; a safari adventure, an exotic trek exploring far corners, a full on luxury experience. Regardless of the concept, the structure of the honeymoon planning needs to be perfect.
Honeymooning in Israel allows each couple to enjoy a variety of events and activities that cross many themes. Both culturally and historically diverse, Israel offers a rich and varied landscape, from flora and fauna in the north to the Negev desert of the south. A small country that provides a seemingly endless list of honeymoon and vacation possibilities.
History and antiquity buffs have a feast of archaeological and historical sites throughout the country while devotees of contemporary culture; food, fashion and art have a wealth of places to explore. In Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Jerusalem and Haifa you will find a plethora of tailored tours, showcasing an abundance of places, off the beaten track that provide a unique insight.
Extreme sport enthusiasts are equally spoiled for choice in Israel. Tel Aviv is awash with exhilarating activities; skydiving, jet skiing, complex escape rooms, water skiing; race track driving and more.
Whatever the holiday profile, a heavy dose of romance is a given, which means nothing less than a five star, luxury boutique hotel, stunning restaurant options, spa treatments and treats! Certainly, location is of key importance too – which is why The Norman hotel in Tel Aviv checks all the boxes.
The Norman offers 9 room categories from which to choose from, in a magical setting that bridges the old and the new. Located in the heart of the White City – a UNESCO heritage site, and home to the largest collection of Bauhaus buildings anywhere in the world.
Among the hotels services, you will find a variety of spa treatments and an award winning infinity pool and a breathtaking urban view. The Norman hosts two restaurants; The internationally acclaimed Dinings Japanese restaurant, and Alena restaurant, steered by Executive Chef Barak Aharoni, serving up modern Israeli cuisine.
The memory of the honeymoon is the memory of a lifetime, make it count!