Destinations

These are the world’s most popular honeymoon destinations on Pinterest

While many wedding plans were put on hold this year, that hasn’t stopped couples from planning their dream honeymoons.

Where else would they be planning these trips if not Pinterest? Intrigued to find out where honeymooners will be heading once restrictions are lifted, luxe travel company Kuoni has collated Pinterest data to find out.

The research analysed tens of thousands of honeymoon boards on Pinterest to reveal the Indonesian island of Bali as a fan fave, followed by Italy and Hawaii in second and third place respectively.

European destinations also turned out to be popular, with six countries on the continent making the top 20 list alongside Italy, with Ireland, Greece, France, Iceland and Spain in high demand.

Here’s the top 20:

1. Bali – 998 boards

2. Italy – 997 boards

3. Hawaii – 992 boards

4. The Maldives – 981 boards

5. Ireland – 980 boards

6. Thailand – 980 boards

7. Mexico – 949 boards

8. Greece – 757 boards

9. India – 734 boards

10. Costa Rica – 729 boards

11. Japan – 717 boards

12. Jamaica – 699 boards

13. New Zealand – 601 boards

14. France – 500 boards

15. Iceland – 499 boards

16. St Lucia – 477 boards

17. Aruba – 442 boards

18. Bahamas – 417 boards

19. Spain – 415 boards

20. Fiji – 408 boards

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