My fiance and I cannot agree on when and where to go for our honeymoon. Now with COVID travel restrictions we may not be able to have a honeymoon at all. I am worried that if we don't go right after the wedding we will just keep putting it off. I am also worried that we will have to "settle" to a mediocre honeymoon due to the restrictions. SOS!! Looking for any and all advice on planning and making it a vacations we will both love. Our date is April 17, 2021
My wedding is in March and my fiance and I have decided not to put any money down on a honeymoon until we are sure that we can travel. We definitely want to go out of the country, but right now with certain Caribbean places not allowing anyone from the US to enter, we don't want to "waste" money. We have decided to wait a little closer until we decide for sure. Do you have any idea where you would like to go?
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I want somewhere warm for sure and an ocean but he doesn't want tropical or a place where all he can do is "lay on the beach". We have crossed off Europe only because we won't have enough time to make it worth the trip.
Have you considered a cruise? That way you could visit multiple places and there are many different things that could be done on the ship. I know right now it isn't ideal to be on a cruise ship but maybe it will be better by next year!
Our wedding is in October of this year and we decided a while ago to postpone our honeymoon. Instead, right after marriage we are going to look for a house. Hopefully by next year we can travel, before we start trying to have a baby! Though I’d love to go to Ireland!
We postponed our 9/6 wedding. We had planned to go to Italy for honeymoon, but held off on buying tickets. So glad we did. I would suggest setting aside the money and re-evaluating closer to your date. That way you don't waste money on plane tickets (or get vouchers with an airline you might not use in the future) and other expenses. Of course, some need to plan vacations further in advance due to time off and such so take my advice with a grain of salt if you're in a situation like that. We decided to do a short, week long trip in the mountains (we live in CO) since we've only lived here for a year and a half and there's so much to explore. Good luck!