With all the stress and excitement that comes with planning a wedding, no doubt when it’s over you and your other half will be looking forward to simply taking some time to yourselves and relaxing. What better way to do just that than to jet off on a fabulous honeymoon as Mr. and Mrs? In it’s own way, planning a honeymoon can be just a stressful as planning the wedding, especially you and your other half have different ideas on where to go and what to do. To help you choose your perfect honeymoon, here’s some ideas to get you thinking and some suggestions to make it the escape of a lifetime.
Go On An Adventure
|by Whitney Coy|
Okay, so this suggestion may not exactly help you unwind after all the stress of planning your big day but it will certainly make for an unforgettable honeymoon. What could be more exciting than starting off the adventure that is marriage by going on a real life adventure? You could do anything, there are so many amazing options out there. You could dare a safari through the plains for Kenya, hike to Machu Pichu or explore the great rain forests. Don’t be put off by the lack of relaxation these holidays provide either - just because you’re going on an adventure doesn’t mean you can’t have the best of both worlds. You can still stay each night in a luxury 5 star hotel before you set out each morning.
Hit The Beach
This is perhaps the most popular honeymoon choice for newly weds seeing as it allows
them plenty of time to unwind, relax, soak up the sun and enjoy each others’ company. Hitting the beach means couples get to spend their first few weeks of married life walking on glorious white sands, swimming in aqua blue waters and soaking up the blissful heat. Greece, Mexico, Egypt, Australia - the choices are endless! And here’s a neat little tip: there are lots of hotels out there that cater for adults only so be sure to ask your travel agent to ensure you escape to absolute, quiet bliss.
|by Janice Mattoon|
It may not be the usual honeymoon, but lots of couples are choosing to escape to a fabulous city for a time to celebrate their marriage. Exploring a city for your honeymoon is a
great way for couple to soak up the culture, try some foreign foods, see some local wonders while adjusting the married life in style. A weekend city break can be relatively cheap, something many couples are looking for after the costs of the wedding are paid, so it’s a great option for newly weds. If you and your partner are city lovers, you might also consider purchasing a rail ticket that allows you to city-hop for a time too. It’s a great way to see more of the world while never leaving the convenience of a city behind.
|By FRED MAWER|