After all the wedding stress is over and done with, most couples want some time to relax and celebrate the start of their marriage, hopefully over a romantic honeymoon.
Taking the time for a honeymoon is one of the best ways to let your hair down and spend some much need quality time with your new partner. But before you jet off into the sunset to make unforgettable memories with your soul mate, you have to decide on the best destination.
Perhaps you’ve always known where you want to go on your honeymoon, but if you’re someone who has no idea at all, we’ve chatted to Jessica from JJ’s House, for her picks on romantic honeymoon destinations you’re sure to love, no matter what season or time of year.
These are some of the most beautiful and picturesque places in the world. If you’re already married, why not plan an anniversary trip, or even a second honeymoon!read more
I didn’t exactly know when or where I was going to find my forever partner, but I never could have predicted it would involve a man who lived 15,000km away from me.
Having successfully navigated the 1am phone calls, the miscommunications, the extreme highs of seeing each other after so long, followed by the extreme lows of being kept in immigration limbo, we have compiled our experiences and advice into the ultimate ‘how-to’ guide.
Our ultimate goal with publishing this book? To offer other long distance couples the tools, knowledge, and the hope that your long distance relationship can be just as successful as our own.read more
Nothing spells love more than a pre-wedding photo shoot; a session that you book with your photographer a couple of months before the wedding.
Not to be confused your engagement photos, pre wedding shoots are a great opportunity to eliminate any camera nerves you might have about posing for photos, get a hair and make-up trial, and create some beautiful images that can be used in your invitations, wedding album, or maybe even a slideshow on the actual day.
But what makes the experience considerably more unique is shooting your pre-wedding photos in an exotic location on the other side of the world!
The following are some of the most beautiful places in the world that act as stunning frames and backdrops for your love!read more
Dubai is a dream destination for honeymooners. The city has a glitzy aura that keeps the excitement meter high for locals as well as tourists.
Enveloped in glamour, Dubai is for those who love to bask in the lap of luxury. This popular tourist hotspot has remained on top of the charts since time immemorial. It is here that you will see a perfect marriage of Arabian traditions with the contemporary world.
Honeymooners can come here to revel in wedding bliss, relax, enjoy, unwind and indulge in all the good things of the world. A cosmopolitan city often referred to as the land of desert and skyscrapers, Dubai promises to play the perfect host card as well.
It has something for everyone – those with a shoestring budget to those who have plenty of dough in their pocket. When booking Dubai honeymoon package, make sure your tour operator packs in all the excitement for you. Here are some must-do things that you need to include in your itinerary to plan the perfect honeymoon in Dubai.read more
Düsseldorf is an impressive city. A posh and modern metropolis located along the River Rhine, it is famous for its nightlife, carnival, events, shopping and for fashion and trade fairs.
With cutting edge architecture, eclectic nightlife and an art scene to rival cultural hubs like Paris and Berlin, it typically attracts business travelers. After-all, banking, advertising, and telecommunications are among the fields that have made this one of the largest economic centers in Germany, and brought incredible amounts of wealth here.
Though despite the Armani jackets and corporate atmosphere, there are plenty of exciting and romantic things to do for couples traveling.read more
Berlin is a city with many reputations; a multicultural metropolis that combines both glamour and grit, famous for its vibrant culture, cutting-edge architecture, fabulous food, and intense parties.
A cultural trendsetter, Berlin is a city where you’ll never be bored. A city that truly never sleeps, cafes are packed until all hours, drinking is a religious rite and clubs keep going until the wee hours or beyond.
While it may sound like the type of city well suited to solo travelers, there are in fact plenty of romantic things to do in Berlin if you’re traveling as a couple. We’ve put our favorites into the following list.read more
Whether you’re traveling for the weekend, or heading away with your partner on a month long adventure, travel can be the perfect opportunity to revive your relationship and create unforgettable memories.
Sometimes people let routine and stress take over their lives, but it’s important to break away from all that and cherish your loved one.
As this is the time to enjoy yourselves, why not splurge on a luxurious honeymoon suite and make the most of a couple’s massage session? You could have a romantic meal at a fancy restaurant or just watch the sun go down, taking pleasure in each other’s company.
The following are 5 ideas guaranteed to make your next couples getaway a romantic one.read more
The travel industry is changing, and so too are mindsets and expectations of the every day traveler. Where the 5 star hotel was once the luxury experience that we all craved, experiences are now edging towards more relaxed vacations where wellness, independence and privacy are prioritized.
So it’s no surprise that luxury villas have become the trend, tempting travelers with offers of exotic locations, private beach access, and personal chefs.
For the traveler eager to avoid crowded swimming pools, expensive food, and the general busyness that a hotel atmosphere brings, here are 5 reasons that should convince you to choose a luxury villa rental for your next trip.read more
You’ve decided that the two of you need some time away. You may have already renewed your vows and committed to each other. You’ve even gone so far as to go to ItsHot.com and found the perfect renewal bands.
Now, you want to make a romantic getaway on a budget that is unforgettable. Here are five ways to make that happen.read more
Ask any international wine buff about Australian wine and you’ll probably see them cringe. Which is usually because when people think of wine and Australia they conjure up images of the cute little “critters” that often find their way onto our bottle stickers.
But there is much more to Australian wine than the cute yellow kangaroo and wombat labels will have you believe, and a visit to Australia’s wine growing regions will open your mind and your taste buds to new adventures.
While Australia’s largest wine regions can be found in South Australia (Barossa Valley) and Victoria (Yarra Valley), if you journey just 2.5 hours North of Sydney you will arrive in the beautiful Hunter Valley.
This region is unique, not only for its hot climate, but can also lay claim to the title of Australia’s oldest wine producing region. Vineyards that were planted in the 1860s still produce wine today with vines as old as 60 years still producing fruit. Put simply, the Hunter Valley is the birthplace of Australian wine.read more