Honeymoon Ideas to Rekindle Your Romance


The honeymoon is a time for the new couple to get away from it all, enjoy one another’s company and celebrate their union. Usually, this is the first time that the couple will really be together since their wedding day and it’s a chance to create lifelong memories that will last a lifetime.

Whether it’s a tropical paradise like the pristine beaches of Oahu or dramatic volcanic black sands in Iceland, honeymooning on a beach is a wonderful way to relax and recharge after your big day. Strolling hand-in-hand along the shore or soaking up the sun on a deckchair can be extremely romantic and help newlyweds rekindle their romance.

If you’re feeling more adventurous, you could try parasailing or ziplining for a thrilling activity that will put your relationship to the test. Taking in the spectacular views from above the trees or water will be a memory that you’ll cherish forever. Ensure that you and your partner are both safe by talking through the experience before booking, as it is important to understand each other’s expectations and capabilities in case anything goes wrong.

Visiting a museum or gallery is another honeymooning option that can be fun and romantic. Seeing your favorite paintings or sculptures up close can be extremely memorable and also gives you something to talk about later with your partner. Bruges in Belgium is straight out of a fairytale and is home to many historic sites including underground ruins. The city is also rich in art and wine. Alternatively, you can go horseback riding along the beaches in Seychelles or discover Michelangelo’s “David” statue while enjoying Italy’s vineyard views.

A honeymoon is a great time to reflect on how your marriage has changed and how you can build a deeper connection with your partner moving forward. Getting away from the everyday stresses of work and other people can give you an opportunity to focus on your feelings and explore what they mean for your future.

Although the term “honeymoon” only dates back to the mid-16th century, most cultures over much of history have had a similar tradition. In some cases, it’s a time to truly get to know your spouse-to-be, in others, it is the time when they first become sexually intimate and in other cases, it’s just a period of couple alone-time to adjust to married life. Whatever the honeymoon means to you, it’s a wonderful time to make special memories with your new husband or wife. Just remember that it’s important to keep in mind the reality of your life at home once the honeymoon is over. Otherwise, you might find yourself struggling to cope once the excitement and sex factor have faded.

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