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5 Travel Tips for your honeymoon

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1. Set a budget, go to a travel agent and find the best and cheapest travel packages available. After all this is your honeymoon you want it to be special but you also don't want to come back from your honeymoon, and then realize that you are broke and have to live off bread and peanut butter for three months.

 

2. Arrange all you honeymoon plans before hand, you don't want to run round and make travel arrangements on the day of your wedding. Make your reservations at least 4 to 6 months ahead of time, to get the most suitable rooms and the best flight times.

 

3. Don't go to a particular destination, at the wrong season. Your time their will be boring, uninteresting and u will wish that your honeymoon was over. Plan ahead and find out which season is suitable for a great honeymoon.

 

4. Don't check in your wedding dress at the airport, take it with you on the plane. You don't want to arrive at your destination and find that your dress has disappeared. This will only upset u and u will start thinking about funny little things, like this is a sign that u shouldn't get married. Please take your dress with you on the plane we don't want you to leave your husband to be, high and dry at the altar.(the same goes for the groom)

 

5. Take all your documents with you in your handbag. Don't leave it in the hands of airport officials. When your luggage disappears, all you will get from them will be a look of confusion.

 

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It's about two weeks already that I've been searching and asking for tips about my sister's honeymoon. I plan to give her a special gift and I am thinking of the best place to have their best time together with her husband to be.

Now, I can't wait to prepare all those things..

Thanks for all the post.

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Thanks for the useful tips  , one more from me

• Get visitor health insurance. Not many people think about travel insurance for their honeymoon, but you should know that the healthcare coverage you might have will probably not cover you if you are in a different country.

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Originally Posted by Tammy Host View Post

 

3. Don't go to a particular destination, at the wrong season. Your time their will be boring, uninteresting and u will wish that your honeymoon was over. Plan ahead and find out which season is suitable for a great honeymoon.

 

 

Such an important one! I wanted to get married in August, but since we were getting married and honeymooning in southern Spain we were told it would be BRUTALLY HOT if we did that. So glad we listened! We had a perfectly lovely time (and temperature) in March! :)

 

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Great tips!

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