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Honeymoon packages: Tips and pointers

While planning a honeymoon can seem overwhelming, it shouldn't be. Our Romantic Travel Experts can customize all types of honeymoon packages for any destination. Here are a few pointers:

  • The biggest advice we can give you is to make sure you discuss your ideas of what you expect on your honeymoon together, and consult with a professional. Traditionally, the man is expected to take care of the honeymoon trip details. This is a big trip. It's a trip of a lifetime. Of course, he's very capable of planning a vacation, but this is not just any vacation. This is your honeymoon. And since you're starting your new life together as man and wife, you should plan your first big trip together as man and wife. You should enjoy the planning stage - and our Romantic Travel Experts can help with all the details of your honeymoon package so you won't have to worry about a thing.
  • The second most important advice is to make sure to include quiet, alone time in your honeymoon schedule. Sure, it's an exciting vacation, but it's also your time together and your time to relax. Activities are great, but in the end, this vacation is about the two of you starting your new life together as man and wife.
  • Have a wonderful time on your honeymoon.



Booking tips:

Our Romantic Travel Experts will help with the whole booking process. They will walk you through all the details and make sure to customize your honeymoon package to your liking.




Packing tips:

Depending on where your honeymoon is taking you, you should be sure to pack appropiately for weather, local customs, activities,etc. There are a few basics that can apply for any destination:

  • Be sure to pack a small carry-on bag that contains your essentials. These are items such as reading glasses, sunglasses, medication, cell phones and chargers, cameras, a change of clothes, etc. - items that you don't want to be without in the case that your luggage is delayed for the first night of your honeymoon. A packing list will also help ensure that you have everything you need for your trip. Once your list item is packed, be sure to check it off, so you won't have to rifle through your already neatly packed luggage at the last minute.
  • Bring a little more cash or traveler's checks than you think necessary. It's better to be prepared and have extra, than be caught short in an embarassing situation in front of your sweetie.
  • Bring extra memory sticks to document your vacation. This is a trip you won't want to forget.
  • Pack a dryer sheet in each luggage to keep your clothes smelling fresh. (unless you are going to a destination that has a high mosquito population, then you will need to find an alternative to dryer sheets - mosquitoes are attracted to the dryer sheet smell)
  • Be sure to compile your emergency contact lists and distribute to the proper people. Although no one should be calling you on your honeymoon, there still should be key people who will know how to get in touch with the both of you in case of life's emergencies.
  • For each checked luggage, it's a good idea to include a note that has your name, your work address (not your home address), and a phone number - to contact you, in the unfortunate case of lost luggage.



Air travel tips:

Everyone may not be aware, but there are precautions that you cantake to help make your air travel experience much more pleasant. Our Romantic Travel Experts have compiled a few easy steps for you to consider that will help you have a good airplane experience while on your way to your honeymoon destination:

  • Choosing your seat assignments well in advance is key. The earlier you can do this, the better choices you will have. Plus, it will ensure that you and your sweetie can sit together.
  • Airflow is much better at the front or the back of the plane.
  • Picking seats near the restroom areas will give you better access to them, but will also give you the gift of that lovely bathroom smell. Sewage, blue chemical water and stale cabin air makes for a lovely bouquet.
  • Seats near the airplane's wings are better choices for those prone to airsickness.
  • With the combination of the high altitude, the dehumidified cabin air, and heavy airplane foods packed full of sugars, your body tends to dehydrate quicker than normal in an airplane. Sodas and caffeinated drinks will only heighten that dehydration. Drinking water is your best choice for beverages during a flight. Water will also help fight jet lag.
  • In addition to hydration, exercising your legs and arms can help prevent blood clots in the legs.

Please call one of our Romantic Travel Experts today at 1-800-331-1366 and let us help start planning your romantic honeymoon.

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