precise itinerary you’ll follow. You may, however, have spent less time thinking about the honeymoon -
you know, the fun bit after the show!
That’s when you find out why you decided to marry the person you did, and you get to explore the best
that they have to offer.
can’t fill vacancies. More often than not, they’re in places you never planned on visiting and never would have,
even if you lived a thousand years.
and accommodation are lowest — leaving it to the weeks before could mean that you pay more than you need.
need, therefore, to follow the itinerary of another couple. Honeymoons should be unique, bespoke, and tailored to your relationship.
There’s still a role for actually talking to people who’ve been there to find out what it’s really like.
Often, you’ll find that they use flattering angles and saturated colors to make destinations look better than they actually are. It’s sneaky,
but it happens. You don’t want to arrive and be disappointed.
destination in general and the local amenities, like hotels and restaurants.
It should feel a little different from a regular trip.
having flown halfway around the world, only to find that your hotel is a building site.
works like clockwork, and there are no disasters. You can still design your holiday however you like, but you get a little extra assistance along
the way. All the tedious planning is done for you.
before they set off on their big adventure.
and think about where you really want to go.
is challenging and will help bring you closer together as a couple. You want to get to the end of the
experience feeling as if you’ve achieved something. Ideally, you’ll have more to show for your efforts than a nice tan.
They’re your private getaway with the person you love. There’s no need to involve anyone else.