Is the thought of planning your honeymoon getting you through these tough, unprecedented times? You’re not alone, as 27,000 Google searches are made globally each month for honeymoon destinations. With a recent survey from showing Elvis Presley’s “I Can’t Help Falling in Love” as the most divorceable first wedding dance song, were intrigued to see which honeymoon destinations newlyweds are betting their luck on.

But where should you avoid? Which of these popular honeymoon destinations were most common among now divorced couples? sought to find out. They surveyed 3,100 divorced or separated people from around the world to find out where they went on their honeymoon. The results were intriguing.

Which honeymoon locations have led to the highest divorce rates? found that the Maldives tops the list, with 20% (620) of divorcees visiting the island for their honeymoon. Well known for its crystal-clear waters, it’s no surprise this is such a popular destination. But maybe you should rethink if it’s on the top of your list.

Famous for its Souk Semmarine, Marrakech is a very popular honeymoon location. It places second on the list with 17% (527) of separated and divorced couples having visited there for their wedding celebrations.

Placing third place on the list is the volcanic island of Bora Bora with 13% (403) of those who are now no longer with their partner having visited there for their honeymoon.

Known for its beaches and abundance of temples, in fourth place on the list is Bali. 10% (310) of people who visited this country for their honeymoon are now divorced or separated.

In fifth, sixth and seventh place are Mauritius, Lapland (217) and Santorini with 8% (248), 7% (217), and 5% (155) of people who visited these places are now divorced.

Statistically, the findings of show that Nairobi, Maui, Napa Valley and Bangkok are the safest bet to maintain marriage;  all only having 1% (31) ending in divorces.

The second safest honeymoon destination is Cancun with just 3% (93) of people who visited there for their big wedding day celebration now being divorced.


Firstly, gathered a list of the most popular honeymoon destinations, then surveyed 3,100 people to see where they went on their honeymoon, from this data could narrow it down to top 15. They then asked the 3,100 divorced or separated people where they went on their honeymoon. was then able to see the vacation destination where people were most likely to get divorced statically.