How To Plan Honeymoon
Honeymoon is an important part of wedding budget that requires its own planning. First you have to choose the location then book tickets and hotel, plan the route if it’s a tour and plan what attractions to see and what exursions to attend. Even if you plan to go somewhere with the beach or stay the entire honeymoon at spa you still have some things to think about. First and foremost is whether all the documents are ready for getting visa and tickets. In case you changed your name after marriage be sure all the documents are in order.
Talk with your bride or groom about what honeymoon destination they like, offer your favorite ones and see where your tastes meet. If you can’t agree on only one destination you could plan a tour to see more places and to do whatever each of you likes whether it’s sunbathing or sightseeing.
Consult With Expert
Consulting with the experts such as travel agents can also help you decide where to go during season and what routes are better or cheaper. The expert can give you plenty of information and tips on how to save and what to see. Don’t hurry to buy right away though talk to other people, read reviews and opinions first.
Book In Advance
Looking for some memorable activities? Book them in advance. Unique and popular honeymoon tours can sell out pretty fast so when it comes to those kind of exursions book them in advance. For regular and year-round tours you could choose any time during honeymoon to visit thus leaving a window for other things like sleeping in or simple walk around the city.
Buy Package/Use Frequent-Flyer Program
To save on honeymoon buy a package that includes flight, transporation, and other things included. There are also romance packages designed specifically for newlyweds and can include gifts from the hotel, and various amenities. Look into a Frequent-Flyer Program that can give you free miles or even free tickets, travel class upgrades, priority bookings or other benefits.
Read On Weather
Reading on weather at your honeymoon destination will not only help plan a honeymoon wardrobe but will also ensure you’ll be able to enjoy activities you want to try. It’s especially important when going off-season or to the beach locales.