Protect Your Honeymoon
August 25, 2014
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A destination wedding is considered a big financial investment, but so is your honeymoon. The pros over at Protect Your Bubble, an insurance company which specializes in protection plans, have offered up ten tips to help you protect your honeymoon and ensure it’s the trip of a lifetime:
- Create – and stick to – a budget. But remember, be realistic. Overspending on vacation will cause a headache walking through the threshold upon returning home.
- Outline the activities you’d like to do, then choose a destination that will suit your activities.
- Know the climate before booking. Is it hurricane season? Check out the weather before you book – it could ruin your honeymoon – and no one wants to be indoors every day.
- Be cautious of travel deals that are too good to be true. Don’t share credit card or other personal information on insecure websites and public Wi-Fi.
- Do you and your fiancé have conflicting ideas on a destination? This is a great time to start learning how to compromise. Each pick the three top places on your “wish lists” and then take a vote.
- For the best airline deals, book on a Tuesday around three p.m. and avoid Saturday flights. Tuesdays and Wednesdays will be slightly less expensive for traveling to the perfect honeymoon destination.
- Wedding planning can be stressful, but booking a honeymoon doesn’t have to be. Give yourself plenty of time to plan. And consider purchasing travel insurance just in case something goes wrong – Protect Your Bubble travel insurance offers coverage for excursions that honeymooners might take. Make your honeymoon memorable in the best way.
- Make photo copies of your passport, credit cards, etc. Hide them in your luggage and also share with your family just in case you lose your wallet and/or identification while traveling.
- Depending on where you go, don’t drink the water or ice unless you verify that it’s purified. Do what you have to do to avoid Montezuma’s Revenge on your honeymoon. Spending your time in the bathroom is not an ideal honeymoon.
- If going to a busy location, pick-pocketing can be a problem. Keep your cash, wallet, smartphones and other high-theft items out of sight as much as possible. While it’s not the sexiest look, a money belt may save you the headache when your things are stolen. Also, put the hotel safe to use – that’s what it’s there for.