The Best Honeymoon Destinations Based On The Month Of Your Wedding
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The never ending to-do list before the wedding can seem pretty overwhelming at the best of times and with the added stress to book in your dream honeymoon destination that can certainly drive all couples crazy!
There is so much to consider before booking your honeymoon like pricing, seasonal specials, the weather, what to pack and the list goes on. But not to worry, we have the honeymoon destinations you should consider based on the month you and your partner tie the knot.
January: St. Barth
French-speaking Caribbean Island St. Barth is the perfect location for honeymooners who just tied the knot in January. The island’s white sandy beaches and constant hot temperature will be perfect for couples who want to soak up the sun all day everyday!
February: Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is heading into wary and dry weather throughout the month of February which makes it perfect for adventure seeking couples who enjoy being in the outdoors and exploring new sights. Hiking the Knuckles Mountain range is the perfect activity to do throughout this month.
Iceland is the place to be for honeymooners looking to go away in March. While tourist season in Iceland peaks during summer, mid-March to mid-April is prime time for the Northern Lights viewing. Capture the incredible scenery and make the most of your Insta-worthy honeymoon!
April: Napa Valley
The best romantic retreats are happening in April at Napa Valley. Choose between the amazing romantic retreats and indulge in some of the most amazing produce which will certainly be one of the many highlights of your incredible honeymoon.
The City of Lights is spectacular to visit any time of the year, however May is the best month to explore the city with fewer crowds, moderate temperatures and lower hotel rates! You and your partner can spend the day living like locals, explore the beautiful streets, have a picnic on the banks of the Seine and see the Eiffel Tower at night.
June: French Polynesia
June to August tends to be the most popular travel time to visit the French Polynesian Islands particularly for whale watching season. An island-hopping honeymoon certainly promises to please couples who want a honeymoon that is full filled and planned with lots of activities, this is the best time to travel from Tahiti to Moorea and Bora Bora.
Sardinia is known for the gorgeous sights of the insanely blue hue of the Mediterranean sea and 34 mile long stretch of coast. The peak summer months offer honeymooners so many exciting activities to be a part of. Explore hidden inlets, luxe resorts that serve tasty cocktails, candlelight dinners at outdoor cafes.
This island nation off the southeast coast of Africa will defiantly sweep you off your feet! Have a taste of luxury eco-resorts and gain access to some of the world’s most unique geography and wildlife. Madagascar can be visited all year round, but be sure to avoid late December through to March, cyclone season – no go zone!
September is the best time to visit the Aloha State since the resorts are quiet and tourist season is low. Explore Waikiki Beach, take romantic walks to Diamond Head, shop to you drop at the outlets and take in the magical scenery up in the air via helicopter tours.
Explore a small piece of South Asian paradise at the Kingdom of Bhutan. October is the best month to visit and plan your perfect outdoor itinerary. Take a trip to the capital Thimphu, visit the verdant woodlands and take in the magical and peaceful sights of Paro, one of the country’s most shared monasteries.
November: New Zealand
Planning a honeymoon in New Zealand before peak summer season is the best time! Daytime temperatures are comfortably warm and cooler nights mean fireside cuddles.
Rwanda is home to one of the world’s highest concentrations of mountain gorillas. One of the best times for gorilla trekking is the short dry season starting from mid-December. Couples can stay at the Bisate Lodge and embark on daily hikes for an up close look at these gorillas, something not all honeymooners can do!