Scented candles, a hot tub and breathtaking views of the northern lights -- it's not a honeymoon suite, but a unique floating hotel in the Arctic.
Introducing Vulkana, a 1950s fishing trawler converted into a luxury spa moored in northern Norway.
The 23 meter vessel offers safaris along the dramatic Arctic coastline and boasts a wood-fire sauna, saltwater hot tub and seven-meter diving board for the more adventurous.
When not marveling at the snow-capped views from the comfort of a steaming spa, sweethearts can take part in winter activities, inclduing reindeer-sledding and skiing.
"There's something spiritual about the boat itself," co-owner Erlend Larsson said. "It's had a long life, and many different owners, and all of them have said how safe and calm everybody feels onboard."
Painting the Turkish Riviera
Roman general Mark Antony was supposedly so taken with the stunning south coast of Turkey -- known as the "Turkish Riveria" -- he gave it to Egyptian Queen Cleopatra as a wedding gift.
Boasting dramatic cliffs perched over the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, it's easy to see why.
Hundreds of years later, creative couples can also capture the scenes that so besotted Anthony -- in an island-hopping painting course.
Setting sail from the small fishing town of Kas in south west Turkey, the tour winds past sun drenched islands before arriving at the ancient sunken city of Kekova.
There, artistic lovebirds can sketch the 2nd Century ruins from the comfort of their wooden sailboat.
Tropical underwater photography
It's the enduring problem of holidayers: the photos never quite live up to the reality. And if you're going to take your beloved on an expensive tropical getaway, you may as well capture it properly.
Thailand island Koh Lanta, on the south west coast, offers vibrant coral reefs, thriving marine life and sparkling clear waters.
And perhaps the best way to capture this spectacular underwater world is with a deep sea photography or video course.
Divers are quipped with specialist underwater cameras and taught everything from spotting unusual aquatic animals to creating a dramatic composition.