2009 Top Honeymoon Destinations

So you’re getting ready to book your honeymoon (which should be done at least 6 months in advance). You aren’t sure where to go. Take a look at our top five honeymoon destinations that won’t hurt your pocket too bad and are very romantic.

1. Los Cabos, Mexico: Beautiful blue water, white sandy beaches, and tons of beautiful resorts to choose from. The temperature averages 70 degress year round. The average rain fall is only about 10 inches. Sounds good already, right? At least you know the weather will be beautiful all year round. If you are on a budget the best time to travel is between May and September.

2. The Bahamas: Beautiful water and tons of snorkeling (you can go in caves too)! Take a boat to an island, have a picnic, and take a nap. Always wanted to swim with dolphins? The Bahamas offers one of the best experiences swimming with dolphins. This I can vouch for; need I say more about the Bahamas? Want to save a buck or two, go between May and November. That’s their down time.

3. Paris: Hello??? The most romantic city in the nation, that’s why it’s on the list. The food is said to be the best, the city very romantic, and the Eiffel Tower. Save a a few dollars and go during these months: April, May, June, September, and October. Don’t go in July or August. It’s said that is when the town of Paris takes it’s own vacation. Going during those months may not be as fun. Many shops, bistros, and other stores could be closed.

4. Lake Tahoe: If you are a couple that enjoy the outdoors, then this is a honeymoon for you. With the beautiful lake sitting on Nevada and California you have much to see. Skiing is said to be one of the best things to do while visiting Lake Tahoe. If you aren’t starring at a lake, you have mountains to see! It’s a beautiful place to visit any time of the year, however, the summer months and winter months are said to be their most popular times.

5. Hawaii: Any island is a great choice. However, if you are looking for romance I would stear away from the biggest island. There are a lot of skyscrapers and city life there. Head to the smaller islands where there is much to do and volcanoes to see. Like the first two destinations, April through November is the slowest, but not what we call slow. Hawaii is a year round destination for all, so it doesn’t slow down a whole lot.

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