If you’re planning a honeymoon and have no idea where you want to travel, you’ve probably realized the world is a lot bigger than you thought! That’s why I’m breaking down popular honeymoon destinations and their key features so you can make the best choice for what’s probably your first big trip together as a couple!
In our last honeymoon planning blog post, we covered Hawaii, Mexico, The Caribbean, and South America. You can check that post out here. Today, we’re going to give a brief overview of Central America, Europe, Tahiti (and her islands), Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
Buckle up and let’s go for a trip around the world!
Central America’s rainy season runs April through December.
Highlights: Volcanoes, active adventures (think zip-lining, hiking, white water rafting); inexpensive food (in Costa Rica you can eat for less than $10USD for two people at the little food huts); gracious locals; and COFFEE!
The ideal month to travel to Tahiti are May and June and then September and October. Taking a look at when the full moon occurs would be really worthwhile. Seeing the light play on the water is just priceless!
Highlights: Over water bungalows; watching the fish as you get ready for dinner; hiking to the top of the island and seeing water for miles; and recharging.
Highlights: I’m not sure how much detail I really need to go into here! This: exotic animals; glamping; sweet, warm, down to earth, people; amazing food; Victoria Falls; Capetown; and more!
Highlights: There are sooo many things to do & see we could talk for HOURS, if not days! The Great Ocean Road; the Twelve Apostles; Franz Josef Glacier; the penguins; the Great Barrier Reef; Sydney Bridge; Sydney Opera House; flat whites; kangaroos(!); wine region in New Zealand; Kiwis!
The ideal months to travel to the Maldives are November-April then monsoon season starts!
Highlights: This is a magical place on our precious earth. Endless water; luxury resorts that make hanging out in your room completely ideal; unreal water. I hope Heaven has a bit of this!