Planning the Perfect Honeymoon – Top Tips from The Honeymoon Fixer
A honeymoon should be a once in a lifetime holiday that gives couples the chance to truly unwind, relax and celebrate the start of married life together. To help you plan the perfect honeymoon here are some top tips from specialist travel agent, The Honeymoon Fixer.
– Creating a wish list is the first and, probably the most important thing, you should do before you start to plan your honeymoon. Even if you both have completely different tastes and interests invariably there will be enough crossovers on your list to create the honeymoon of your dreams without the need to compromise.
– There are lots of little additions you can add, many of which don’t cost the earth but will help to make your honeymoon that extra special. For instance, look into booking a lounge pass for the period between checking-in your luggage and boarding the flight. This will give you somewhere nice and quiet to relax, chat and enjoy the complimentary food and drinks on offer before you embark on your trip.
– Pre book any activities or excursions. After the build up, hard work and excitement of getting married arranging excursions or activities while on honeymoon will be the last thing you’ll want to do. Take time to do some research before and book them in advance.
– It is important to think about your budget. Weddings are very expensive and you certainly don’t want to start married life arguing about money. Therefore before you begin to plan your honeymoon, make sure you have worked out your budget first. Once you have done that you can begin to make some realistic travel plans.
– A Honeymoon Gift List, where friends and family contribute towards your honeymoon, is becoming increasingly popular instead of the more traditional gift list. This is a great way to enable you to afford a slightly more expensive holiday.
– The January flight and holiday sales start on Boxing Day. These are useful if you are looking for luxury on a budget and can help to save a fortune on some stunning destinations.
– Start to look at flights eleven months before the honeymoon. This will enable you to get them at a really good price.
– Use a specialist travel agent. This might seem unnecessary but remember they are experts and will save you a lot of time, as well as help reduce your stress levels, which is always invaluable, but particularly in the frantically busy period leading up to the wedding! And, you will end up with a wonderful bespoke holiday that takes into account your budget, preferences and any special requirements.
I hope you find these tips helpful. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your honeymoon plans. You can ring 0203 441 6848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. My website www.thehoneymoonfixer.com