Post # 1
We are looking to take a babymoon in April and I’m looking for suggestions within the following criteria:
1. 2-3 hour flight max from BWI or DC. I’ll be 25 weeks, so flying isn’t a problem. I just want a short, easy, non-stop flight.
2. Warm and beachy in April! Snorkeling for my husband is a must. I envision myself sitting in a hammock or cabana sipping a mocktail.
3. We want to be somewhat active. A location where we could spend a day or 2 visiting a downtown area, a historical sight, or do an excursion would be excellent.
4. Around $3k budget for the week. We are open to all inclusive or not, but I really want a relaxing resort feel.
Please let me know your recommendations for destinations or resorts that might fit my needs. Thanks!
Post # 3
Punta cana, Jamacia or any of the Caribbean islands are nice. Plenty of all-inclusive that will fit your budget. When we went to Punta Cana we stayed at New Husband Royal Beach, its an adult-only all inclusive, but it also connects to its sister resort that you’ll have access to.
I would also suggest Bermuda, its an absolutely beautiful country! I know flights there can be cheap but hotels and food can get very pricey there so it might not fit into your budget.
Post # 4
BWI has nonstop flights to Cancun that are about 3 hours. For about $400 round trip through Air Tran (depending on when you travel but it seems to be the standard rate). Don’t know if that intests you but I figured I’d tell you since I just booked those tickets for a family vacation trip to Cancun.
Post # 5
I just LOVE the idea of a babymoon!! Congratulations, what a joy!
Have you thought about Puerto Rico? Flights and accomodations can be made very reasonably. There is a lot to do and see that fits your criteria- taking in the lovely and historic sights in Old San Juan, fruity drinks (everywhere!), snorkeling for your hubs (you can take a day trip on a catamaran), even a rainforest!
We went to Aruba recently which was nice but I believe PR would be a better deal!
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