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Thread: Honeymoon Planning Tips

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2003

    Smile Honeymoon Planning Tips

    Here are some of the most common tips that go a long way in making your honeymoon a most enjoyable and memorable experience.

    1. Always to book a double bed room in the hotel.
      You may laugh, but it's important when reserving hotels, especially abroad, and crucial if you are going on a cruise.
    2. Avoid making reservations for an early departure the morning after your wedding.
      If you're planning an evening reception, you can be sure you're not going to bed early on your wedding night. A later flight or train reservation may save you from walking bleary-eyed through the airport or the railway station..
    3. Don't skimp on your accommodations.
      Maybe on other trips, but not a honeymoon. The ambience of your accommodation could be the single most important aspect of your honeymoon trip as most of the couples tend to spend max. time there. Even if you think you won't spend much time in your room, you'll be sorry if your accommodations are not special.
    4. Set a honeymoon budget
      Before you go, agree about what you'll splurge on and where you'll skimp to avoid any possible money hassles en route. (Click here for our honeymoon budget planner).
    5. Both of you should be involved in planning.
      After all, this honeymoon is for both of you. If one of you does all the work, he/she'll feel guilty if things don't go perfectly. If you don't take part in the planning, you'll probably end up dissatisfied.
    6. Don't ignore cost-saving travel packages.
      Talk to a travel agent. Many packages will allow you to have all the frills you want...and save you money.
    7. Plan to spend some time away from each other doing separate things
      You'll both be happier if you plan one or two separate activities on your honeymoon....and think how much fun you'll have sharing your experiences with each other.

    1. Don't Keep mum about being honeymooners.
      Don't be bashful...especially with hotels, cruise lines, restaurants...Tell them when you make your reservations and you're likely to enjoy special treatment.
    2. Don't rely too much on friends and family.
      Ask for recommendations from friends and family, but don't let yourselves be overly influenced. Do your own thing. It's your honeymoon afterall.
    3. Consult with a travel agent
      A capable agent will help you plan a honeymoon that's right for the two of you-- at a price you can afford.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2010

    Default Very intersting..

    This posts are very intersting and mind blowing,.. I am looking forward to see some more this kind of stuffs... thanks for posting ..

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