Planning the best honeymoon in 2020 may seem like a difficult task, but with Honeymoon Style on your side, it is definitely far easier. After months of wedding planning related stress, your honeymoon needs to be a time when you can fully switch off and enjoy yourselves, which is why choosing the right destination for you and your partner is so important.
What to Consider When Choosing Your Honeymoon in 2020
Your honeymoon should be a unique experience for the both of you, and choosing the best honeymoon destination is just the tip of the iceberg. You’ll also need to consider what kind of adventure you’re looking to take, especially as this will be your first holiday as a married couple. Are you adrenaline-junkies who want to take part in extreme sports while you’re away, or are you seeking complete relaxation with a splash of sight-seeing? Whatever you are into will ultimately help you decide on your honeymoon destination.
What time of year are you available to travel? While we would all like to avoid the crowds, sometimes our jobs, family and lifestyles simply won’t allow it. If you have the choice, however, it can be worth booking in the time off to best suit your honeymoon destination. We’ve included some of the best times to travel, according to Cosmopolitan, so that you can decide which destination is best for your honeymoon.
Caribbean honeymoons have always been a winner, with Jamaica, the Bahamas and St Lucia regularly hitting the top spots in popular honeymoon destination lists – and for good reason. For starters, your honeymoon budget will inevitably go further, with your main expense being the airfare before you get there.
There’s also a huge variety of experiences to choose from. From ocean exploration, to fine dining, the Caribbean hosts stunning scenery, tranquil beaches and adventures galore, all of which are designed with couples in mind, so you’re never too far away to share a special moment with your beloved.
Best honeymoon for: Romantic experiences that can be enjoyed in complete privacy.
When to go: Head over between December and May to avoid stormy weather, as well as the crowds.
If you and your loved one are fans of architecture and history, and class yourselves as culture vultures, there’s no better place to be than Europe. Whether you’re looking to stay in the City of Love or want to spend your time relaxing on the beach, Europe has a little bit of everything.
Each city is unique, as well as each country, so be sure to do your homework and read more about the best places to honeymoon in Europe. If you have a little extra time on your hands, why not hop from place to place, using the outstanding sleeper train services?
Best honeymoon for: Sightseeing, romance and variety.
When to go: May to October are peak seasons, with smaller islands closing up shop for the rest of the year.
With a continent as vast as Asia, there’s plenty for you to sink your teeth into during an Asian Honeymoon. Enjoy a more intimate honeymoon experience on one of the many small exotic islands, or immerse yourselves in the hustle and bustle of the lively cities. On thing is certain – Asia provides a plethora of once-in-a-lifetime experiences that you will remember for years to come.
The local people always make Asia such an incredible place to visit. You’ll always find a friendly face and a helping hand when you need one. With hotel workers being extra-keen to make your stay as unique and beautiful as the country you stay in, you can expect the very best in hospitality with every need catered for.
Best honeymoon for: Making memories with unique tours and incredibly scenery.
When to go: November through to April is the dry season, although this can differ depending on the country you stay in.
While most people associate South America solely with Brazil, this incredible continent is home to so much more than Rio’s Carnival and football. You can see Machu Picchu in Peru, dance your troubles away in Argentina or find yourself in awe at the vibrancy of Colombia. Each country holds something special and offers new experiences to enjoy.
Honeymoons here are unique and vibrant, so expect to spend every day a little differently. Whether you prefer checking out the salt plains of Bolivia or want to spend your time surrounded by the hospitality of Ecuador, there’s something to suit all honeymoon couples’ tastes in South America.
Best honeymoon for: Enjoying the passion, soul and vivacity of life.
When to go: You’ll find that between April and December are the best times for your honeymoon in Central and South America, which avoids the rainy season.
A honeymoon in the USA and Canada also provides incredible experiences, as well as being a great stop over option as if you are planning to head to Central or South America. With Canada and the US being such vast countries, you can be sure to find what you need here – along with all the benefits that come with honeymooning in an English-speaking country.
New York offers a romantic city break, providing lots of opportunity for shopping, partying, excellent cuisine and a super cool art scene. If you are craving a more outdoors experience, enjoy the natural beauty of Niagara Falls where you can experience the thrill of the outdoors and high quality hide-away resorts in touch with nature.
Best honeymoon for: Road trips and off-the-cuff adventures.
When to go: If you’re keen to see cities in the snow, head over during and around late November. Otherwise, we recommend heading over between April and June, when spring really hits and summer starts.
There is no one, right destination for your honeymoon – it’s all a matter of choosing a place that resonates with the couple and then speaking to the owners of the resorts to get the best deal. If you’re still wondering which honeymoon destination to choose in 2020, or don’t see your preferred area in our list, feel free to contact us. We’re always happy to discuss your honeymoon options and point you in the right direction – and you always get the best deals when booking direct with the hotels, the most extra benefits and customer service. Happy Honeymoon Planning and remember – always book direct.