The small Middle Eastern island of Bahrain is becoming a popular destination for honeymooners looking for something different. Muharraq is the entry point of Bahrain, although the Hawar Islands are best for nature lovers and divers. The capital city of Manama is the most popular place for a luxury honeymoon, while Amwaj is ideal for those looking for Western amenities. Bahrain provides a great mix of Eastern and Western cultures and provides an opportunity to enjoy both relaxing and exploring!


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Located in the Arabian Gulf, Bahrain is a nation made up of over 30 individual islands. Its entirety spans across just 765 square kilometres which is only slightly bigger than the Isle of Man – nevertheless, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in steeped history and rich cultures.

Dining in Bahrain is a foodie’s idea of heaven – that’s if you’re a fan of Arabic and Persian cuisine. The authentic restaurants serve what can only be described as the crème de la crème of Arabic food with its own added Persian twist.

Fear not, if this cuisine isn’t quite your favourite, the nation is also home to a range of highly rated Italian, steak and American restaurants offering home comforts too.

Explore the culture and shopping scene in Bahrain at the wonderful Bab Al Bahrain bazaar where you can buy the most authentic, handmade fabrics and deliciously unusual spices you won’t be able to find anywhere else.

It’s a shopping experience that you won’t be used to (in all the right ways!) and will most definitely provide you with souvenirs from your romantic honeymoon in Bahrain.

Bahrain is also home to a range of cultural excursions that will feed your curiosity, especially if you’re keen to learn about the religion and history of this beautifully presented country.

With so much to choose from, it’s hard to even begin planning your honeymoon in Bahrain – that’s where we come in. Here are the five best things to do during your stay in Bahrain.

Visit some remains – The Qal’at al-Bahrain are remains of an old Portuguese fort from the 16th century. It’s an incredible sight and will leave your mind wanting to know more about what happened there years ago.

Explore the culture and religion – The Islamic religion in Bahrain means the country is home to some absolutely breath-taking religious architecture including the Al Fateh Grand Mosque. With the ability to hold over 7,000 worshipers, it’s one of the biggest in the world!

Eat at an amazing restaurant – Your honeymoon in Bahrain wouldn’t be complete without a trip to at least one amazing restaurant. Experiencing the authentic cuisine of this gorgeous nation is an absolute must.

Visit a secluded beach – Bahrain is a luxurious honeymoon destination and plays home to a variety of both public and private beaches giving you the choice of so many wonderful spots to catch some rays.

Do some shopping – Whether it’s buying hand woven fabrics from a market or a new designer bag from a luxury mall, you can do it all in Bahrain. Offering both authentic and high-end shopping experiences, there’s something for every kind of shopper here.

Searching for a honeymoon hotel can be tricky with so much choice out there. Our selection of gorgeous places to stay in Bahrain should help narrow it down.

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