Stunning Locations For Your Summer Honeymoon
So your wedding is fast approaching and you’re planning a honeymoon for the summer. Congratulations! For some, choosing a honeymoon destination can be relatively easy but for others, the decision can be anything but. Don’t worry, we can help with that. If you’re trying to figure out where to go for your honeymoon, the following are some tips for how you can go about it as well as some stunning location ideas you might want to consider.
Contemplate An Island Getaway
Almost everyone who has a bucket list has “Visit an island” on it or they have a specific island in mind that they’ve always wanted to visit. For example, maybe you want to go to Hawaii or Bermuda, both of which are gorgeous. If you can imagine relaxing on the beach, putting your toes in the sand, enjoying the stunning scenery, and leaving your troubles behind, then an island summer honeymoon might be ideal for you.
Think About a Sentimental Location
There are few places more beautiful than those that have wonderful memories attached to them. Maybe you and your fiance met while at college in California or Colorado and you want to recreate some of the dates you took early on in your relationship as well as have new experiences in the area as husband and wife. Whatever special locale the two of you share, it’s a good option to consider for a summer honeymoon.
Opt For Your Ultimate Trip
Sit down with your fiance and both of you make a list of your top five ultimate trips that each of you would want to take. No peeking! Did the both of you choose Paris? Kenya? Santorini? Whichever fantastic locales you each picked that you have in common, those are excellent places to start. It can help both of you narrow down your options and get on the same page for where you’d like to go for your honeymoon.
Consider The Crowds
One problem that many have with traveling in summer is having to battle the crowds—it’s peak season in so many places—so it’s something you’re going to want to keep in mind when you’re planning your summer honeymoon considering the warmer months are popular months to take a vacation. The peak season also usually means increased prices, so if you have a location in mind that you absolutely want to go to but you’d rather not deal with the crowds, you might want to push the honeymoon off until the area will be less crowded.
It can be easy to get so wrapped up in honeymoon planning that you rush to book the trip but considering it’s such an important vacation that you’re going to remember the rest of your life, don’t hesitate to take your time with the decision-making. Even once the both of you come up with a common destination, you may want to take a little longer just to be certain that it’s where you want to go. Last but not least, have an incredible time and make it a trip to remember!