5 Heart-Shaped Islands for Your Honeymoon

The “blue mind” is that relaxing state that you get into when you spend a lot of time near the water. At least Wallace J. Nichols says so. Love is that amazing feeling that you have when you are around your partner. Combine those two and enjoy the time of your life on a romantic trip with your loved one. What better way to have a romantic sailing trip than to visit one of the heart shaped islands that are scattered all over the world. Here are some of them to get you thinking about your romantic destination.

Harbor Island, USA

However, Bucks Harbor has many other places where you can stay and watch this cute, lonely heart from the distance. Bucks Harbor Yacht Club probably has the best view of the island. The island is under protection for the esthetic reasons. From time to time, it is even for sale.

Netrani, India

This gem is ten nautical miles from the shore, deep in the Arabian Sea. It is uninhabited and it is also called the Pigeon Island. This destination is perfect for the couples that enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming.

If you own a boat, it would be a great idea to sail to this heart of the Arabian Sea and spend a day exploring the rich marine life together in India.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Among the vast number of corals of all shapes and sizes, there is one place within the Great Barrier Reef that lends itself to be your next romantic destination. That is the famous Heart Reef that can be seen from the Airlie Beach on the Whitsunday Island. This reef is protected and visitors are unable to dive around it.

The best way to see it is from the sky. However, visiting the amazing Airlie Beach is a very romantic thing to do, since it is a paradise. Go there sailing, leave your boat with the shipwrights and take a seaplane tour to see the Heart Reef.

Isla Corazon, Argentina

In the Argentinian part of Patagonia, there is a Mascardi Lake. In the middle of it is a small and forested heart shaped island that has been attracting couples for ages.

People come to propose their loved ones or simply add some romance to their sailing trip. The best way to go around and enjoy the proximity of this island is to enjoy kayaking. Keep in mind that the heart shape is best seen from the East.

Galesnjak Island, Croatia

Another name for this island is the Lover’s Island. It is located between the mainland of Croatia and the Island of Pasman. There are no amenities on this island, so it is hard to stay overnight, but you can spend a day on one of the Galesnjak pebble beaches.

Most of these islands are best seen from the air. Their shape is rarely visible from the sea and just some of them are visible from the nearby mainland. However, it is the thought that counts and that is what makes these islands real lovebird magnet. Hundreds of proposals and have taken place on these locations, so why not doing it yourself? It would definitely make a great proposal story for you to tell in the years to come.