The celebrations are over, the crowds are gone, and finally, it is time to get alone; honeymoon. Regarded as an obligatory escapade by many, honeymoons can be best described as a wedding gift, from the newlyweds to themselves.
Ideally, the couple visits their favorite holiday destination and gets to create their first post-nuptial memories extraordinarily. Furthermore, the somewhat brief holiday is a great way to reflect on the wedding events and spend some time away from the noise.
It is true; every newlywed couple wants a honeymoon, but how do they choose from the innumerable honeymoon destinations available? Venice? Seychelles? Walt Disney World? Paris? The Maldives? Santorini? Or a nearby resort? The list of great destinations is endless.
However, it is advised that couples consider their budget, and a few other things before deciding on a honeymoon destination. Other things to consider include:
· The weather
· Out-of-pocket costs
· What you want as a couple
· Length of your honeymoon
In all of this, we believe it may be best for you and your spouse to choose a relatively nearby destination for your honeymoon. Below, we will be providing you with some of the reasons why you shouldn’t travel too far for your honeymoon.
The farther you voyage, the heftier your expenses. It sounds as simple as that, except that it isn’t. You may want that dream trip to the Maldives or Santorini, and by all means, if you can afford to undertake the journey, do so.
However, it would be best to consider flight ticket prices, hotel accommodation in your host country, in-country transportation costs, and other miscellaneous expenses.
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