The Honeymoon Handbook by Lonely Planet (ePUB)

The Honeymoon Handbook by Lonely Planet
English | 2017 | Non-fiction, Travel | 37.6 MB

Lonely Planet’s first dedicated honeymoon guide is packed with advice for travel-lovers who want their honeymoon their way: no all-inclusive in sight here. Set your heart racing with real adventures, tailored to what you two love the most – whether that’s wildlife-spotting on the African savannah, cruising around Havana in one of Cuba’s legendary vintage American cars or diving with turtles in Bali.

Planning tips will help you cover off the basics and bypass the stress, with advice on:
When to go, how long to go for, and how to factor in seasons and climates
How to build a multi-stop honeymoon
How to pick hotels
Working out a realistic budget, and sticking to it
How to compromise with your other half
The benefit of mini-moons, and how to plan the best one possible
Getting married abroad, including logistics and legalities
A host of top-rated destinations, listed by type of trip
The best destinations for same sex couples
The inspiration section covers 25+ world-class honeymoon trips and gives them the classic Lonely Planet treatment. Whether you’re after ideas for a classic trip or for more offbeat honeymoon suggestions, we’ve got you covered. See ancient temples in Myanmar, eat exquisite Michelin-starred meals in Tokyo, or surf the rolling Pacific waves at Sydney’s Bondi Beach.

For every destination covered, discover:
Essential, not-to-be-missed honeymoon experiences
Practical itineraries to give you inspiration
How LGBT-friendly you will find it
A budget indicator
Dream digs: where to stay for an unforgettable experience
Practicalities for getting your trip booked
No matter what gets your travel juices flowing, this book promises to set you on track for the trip of a lifetime and to set your life together off to a magical start.

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