Honeymoon destination ideas please

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Found 21st May
I’m due to get married in a few months but we haven’t booked a honeymoon yet. Can’t think of where to go for a few weeks...any suggestions are welcome?

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Jamaica!!
What sort of budget are you working with for honeymoon?
By the way, shouldn't you be discussing this with your wife!! Or is it a surprise?
Bali, Tokyo, Cape Verde, amalfi coast, or butlins in Bognor Regis.

It very much depends on your interests and your budget....
Edited by: "delusion" 21st May
Singapore is a big one! Beautiful scenery
Budget and Interests?
Dubai... but that’s really expensive.
Maldives... I mean if you wish to relax under the sun for the whole time with limited activities then I will say go to Maldives as it is very relaxing (but if your not good with trying different food then don’t go!)
Bali... again that is another option and it is very hot but when it comes to food, pls becareful because you could be left hungry haha if u don’t like exploring different cuisines
MissGoldie22 m ago

By the way, shouldn't you be discussing this with your wife!! Or is it a …By the way, shouldn't you be discussing this with your wife!! Or is it a surprise?


Lol his just getting ideas.... not that he’s gonna decide on his own
Cheers for all the replies... I'm just getting ideas to see what we've haven't thought of.... just want to sight see and explore as well as laze around for a bit

No more than say £3k I'm guessing that's a lot right?
The Moon covered in honey !!
Go for multi stop, was offered 2 days in Dubai, 3 in Kuala Lumpur and 7 in Bali. Roughly £900 each
I went to Maldives, expensive but mighty nice
Sensatori Jamaica,fabulous.
Bangor
Bangor real good.
Edited by: "Derek_Horatio_Shatwell" 21st May
Merry0001 h, 48 m ago

Dubai... but that’s really expensive. Maldives... I mean if you wish to r …Dubai... but that’s really expensive. Maldives... I mean if you wish to relax under the sun for the whole time with limited activities then I will say go to Maldives as it is very relaxing (but if your not good with trying different food then don’t go!)Bali... again that is another option and it is very hot but when it comes to food, pls becareful because you could be left hungry haha if u don’t like exploring different cuisines


are you one of those people that goes abroad and expect full english for breakfast, roast dinned, Sheppards pie, fish and chips for mains?
I though one of the thing you do on holidays is to try different cousine

going back to the question

China
Japan
Bora Bora
Seychelles
Tibet?
USA
Tanzania/Zansibar
Borneo
Edited by: "mattsk" 21st May
If you have 2 weeks if go with a week in Sri Lanka for the culture and a week in the Maldives for relaxation. Just make sure the Maldives is completely all inclusive and not one of those upwelling everything
Depends on budget doesn't it. Suspect you want a shared experience rather then the average holiday, time together, great sunsets or memorabilia sights. Lanzaroti on the cheaper side to Peru and a week in the amazon jungle.
Cuba, amazing beaches and lovely locals. Felt very safe walking around at night.
Toronto and Niagara Falls.amazing places. Also you can walk over rainbow bridge from Canada to America.
Mexico, we went to the west coast (Buccerias) the beaches are not as good as the east coast, but the west is less commercialised. My wife and I done a tour on a small plane, 12 seater with a few other tourists to 2 local towns in the mountains, flew over a volcano, and landed on a grass runway. Also swimming with dolphins, zoo. Great place, but didn't go to far from hotel at night. Not worried as such, but area was more built up and a bit run down in places
Look at trailfinders online, great travel agent who have won many awards. Get some of their brochure's and look through them for ideas. They do some amazing holidays at great prices.
mattsk8 h, 13 m ago

are you one of those people that goes abroad and expect full english for …are you one of those people that goes abroad and expect full english for breakfast, roast dinned, Sheppards pie, fish and chips for mains?I though one of the thing you do on holidays is to try different cousinegoing back to the questionChinaJapanBora BoraSeychellesTibet?USATanzania/ZansibarBorneo


I don’t like trying new food. And that doesn’t mean I can’t travel abroad... Do people only travel for food? I don’t
Merry0007 h, 7 m ago

I don’t like trying new food. And that doesn’t mean I can’t travel abroa …I don’t like trying new food. And that doesn’t mean I can’t travel abroad... Do people only travel for food? I don’t


food is one of 3 things we cant live without, so going on holiday and not trying something different is weird (at least to me, and unless you have eating disorder)
What about a cruise? Get to stop at a few different places with an experience you won’t get sitting in a hotel.

Alternatively, if she’s up for an adventure before you both pretend to be responsible. Grab pan European train tickets. Fill a rucksack each and tour Europe? Obviously choose some nice places to stay.
Once kids come across, holidays won’t be as easy to be reactive on.
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