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Honeymoon travel

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When honeymoons began to be popular a century or two ago, they were a tour by the newly married couple of relatives who didn't live near by, often relatives who hadn't been able to come to the ceremony. This is far less common now, but is one possible model for your honeymoon if you do have close family or friends who were unable to come.
There are many dedicated '''honeymoon packages'''[http://www.Honeymoonvisit.com] offered by travel agents, hotels, cruise liners and almost every other travel vendor. Typically these include "romantic" extras like massages, spa baths, bottles of champagne and better (and more private) rooms. They are usually aimed at a luxury market rather than a budget market: if you want a budget honeymoon it's easier to plan it as a holiday for two immediately after your wedding, rather than asking for honeymoon specials. One advantage though of the honeymoon market is that it caters to the typical needs of couples interested in a romantic holiday. A location that specialises in honeymoons or couples is less likely to be full of families with young children, or party-happy backpackers, which appeals to many couples wanting a more private, peaceful holiday.
If you're after the usual goals of a honeymoon (lots of time alone together), you'll want to have a unhurried itinerary. Consider just one or two destinations.
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