If there is one holiday in your life that you will want to be even more perfect than all of the others put together, it’s your honeymoon. Sure, we all remember great holidays that we went on, but the memories from your honeymoon – the first holiday as newlyweds to celebrate finally saying ‘I do’ – will undoubtedly remain firmly in your mind for the rest of your life.
The perfect honeymoon is an investment in the very start of your life as a married couple.
It really is all about you
Think about it – we spend months, years even, planning the wedding which, in general, lasts one day. Your honeymoon will typically last an entire week – if not longer. What’s more, all of the wedding planning is as much about ensuring that your guests will have a great time – organising delicious food and drink, splashing out on a beautiful venue – as it is about yourselves. Your honeymoon is all about you and your new partner – it is for you to treat yourself to the best of the best, and so why would you want to compromise and not put much thought into it?
Newlyweds should also try to avoid letting their relatives book it for them or – possibly worse – copying what a friend did for theirs. As a recently married couple, it is your holiday to pick and do exactly want you want, together.
That said, booking a vacation can be a little stressful at best. There’s a lot to think about, which is the last thing you need when you have enough things to worry about, like organizing the reception.
For this reason, booking an all-inclusive holiday could be one of the best decisions you can make in anticipation of your honeymoon. Including your meals, and even drinks and travel, in the price – along with flights and accommodation – you can sit back and relax, knowing that everything is planned. There are popular honeymoon destinations that also have hotels all-inclusive where relaxation and romance is guaranteed such as Varadero, Playa del Carmen, Bali and many more.
Time (and money) is of the essence
Doing this will also afford you more time, as representatives will have put together appropriate packages in order to save you the hassle of hours of research into places to go and things to see or do. For example, if you have booked a 5-star all inclusive holiday, the day trips that come as part of it will reflect this. A 5-star experience will mean 5-star across the board, with luxurious excursions and unforgettable moments spent together – and you won’t have had to lift a finger to seek them out.
What’s more, many may find that booking all inclusive allows them to keep far better track of their spending. Paying for the odd trip here, a meal out there, a night of cocktails in another place and regularly ordering expensive room service, the prices can all add up in small instalments – and before you know it, you’ve gone way over-budget. Consolidating all aspects of the holiday into one price will make it far simpler – and thereby highlight where and when you have some pennies left over to further indulge yourselves with.