According to Priceline.com's 2016 “Traveler’s Sweet Spot” survey, 38% of men and 34% of women said romantic getaways were the best vacations, and many would argue that one of the best honeymoon ideas is traveling abroad. Here are some more important mistakes to avoid when you're planning the honeymoon you've always dreamed of.
Keeping the time of year in mind is critical when deciding between the best honeymoon spots. When you're doing your research, make sure to know what to expect weather-wise when you get there. If you don't, you could end up having to buy new clothes once you get there or suffer through the unexpected temperatures and conditions.
Many think that leaving for your honeymoon as soon as the wedding is over is just about as romantic as it can get, but for many, it's also as stressful as it can get. Planning your wedding is enough stress in and of itself; don't feel any pressure or time frame for which to take your honeymoon. Marthastewartweddings.com says, "Waiting a couple days to catch your breath doesn't take away from the romanticism of a honeymoon. In fact, it will put your mind at ease with time to say goodbye to out-of-town guests, write a few thank-you cards, pack those last-minute items, and get some sleep. If you need more time to sort things out, or your dream honeymoon is out of your budget, opt for a mini moon to a nearby town and wait a few months for the real deal."
Whether or not you need travel insurance is highly dependent on the details of your trip, but it's important to consider at least investing in a plan that includes a 'cancel for any reason' clause if you're spending what you consider to be a significant amount of money.
Ultimately, it's imperative to avoid these simple mistakes to make sure you have nothing but the best honeymoon experience possible. For more honeymoon ideas about grand hotels and wine tours, contact Villa Armena.