How to Make the Most of Your Honeymoon


The honeymoon is a great time to discover the little quirks that make your spouse unique. Spending the rest of your life with someone is a huge commitment, so it’s important to take some time to get familiar with them in a new stress-free environment.

Whether you’re planning to jet off somewhere exotic or just stay in the comfort of your own home, the honeymoon is the perfect time to relax and create lasting memories with your new spouse. It’s also an opportunity to create a strong foundation for your marriage. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of this special vacation and start your married life off on a positive note.

You may think the word “honeymoon” is cliche and overdone, but it’s actually quite fitting. Historically, most cultures have had a period of time following a marriage where the couple withdraws from the outside world and devotes themselves to one another.

It could be a few days, a week or even a month of couples’ alone-time to get acquainted with each other’s family, friends and cultures. It’s also often the time when newlyweds experience their first sexual intimacy. In some cases, this is a re-enactment of the infatuation phase of early infatuation that happens in many relationships before they get engaged or married.

While in other cases, it’s the time to explore their physical attraction and bond. For the most part, this is a time to enjoy each other’s company, which is why so many couples plan their honeymoon for months, even years in advance.

When it comes to romantic activities, couples can indulge in their favorite hobbies. For example, if you love hiking or being outdoors, there are plenty of beautiful destinations to choose from. For instance, Thailand is a popular honeymoon destination because it’s home to lush beaches, culture and incredible dining. For an extra dose of romance, book a stay at 137 Pillars House in charming Chiang Mai for oversized suites that feature large soaking tubs.

There are also a lot of other fun activities that you can try together on your honeymoon, such as sailing, kayaking and snorkeling. You can also enjoy a relaxing massage or go for a scenic stroll in your chosen destination. You can even sign up for a volunteer adventure with Hands Up Holidays to give back and build your shared purpose.

With wellness being a growing trend in both vacations and everyday lives, it’s no surprise that the idea has made its way into honeymoons. More and more couples are opting for a healthy, active honeymoon with plenty of opportunities to hike, swim, kayak and even play golf together. Moreover, a growing number of couples are choosing eco-friendly and sustainable options for their honeymoon, which is good for both the environment and their budget.

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