(Closed) Honeymoon HELP!

posted 5 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

@bridetobe1:  I’ve been to Mexico twice, both times near Cancun… you can take it easy some days and do excursions or activities on other days. At most resorts you can easily go scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking etc. (sometimes you’ll be taken off the resort to do these things, but it’s easy enough to schedule). You can also go to the ruins and/or places like Xel-Ha and do stuff like zip lining and swimming with dolphins. Or you can go into town and do a little shopping.

Not sure if Jamaica is similar or not. Disney is pretty busy, but you don’t have to plan it to the max. Just decide on what park you’re doing on what day, and then take it as it comes. I personally LOVE the waterparks in Disney Orlando. So much fun.

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

We’re honeymooning in Disney World in a few weeks. We have some dinner reservations and plan on playing in the parks, but we’re also allowing for time by the pool or laying around in the hotel room. Disney trips can be as busy or laid back as you like!

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

If you go to those all inclusive resorts, there are plent of trips available around the hotel. If you’re not willing to venture out into unknown territory in Jamaica or Mexico, maybe try Hawaii? There are still may resorts but the excursions out are a little less “shifty”. Try to avoid Oahu though because it gets insane expensive. Another island like Maui or Kauai might be a better alternative since they’re a little less populated.

 

Post # 7
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Busy bee

With only 2 months to go, I can pretty much guarantee you WILL NOT get reservations at the best restaurants on Disney property. You pretty much need 180 days and most of them DO book up 180 days in advance 🙁

Post # 8
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

It depends on what you mean by “activities”. Jaimaica has a lot to offer if you’re outdoorsy. Dunn’s River Falls is a HUGE attraction. There’s water sports offered at most resorts. There are dinner cruises and kayaking…. But that’s very different from the WDW kind of busy. 

Like PP said- you don’t HAVE TO plan your WDW vacation to the second. People do that to make sure they get to see everything they want to see. If you’re more laid back about it, you can pop into any of the parks whenever you want. Or just decide now that you’re only going to two of them. Or honeymoon in CA, go to Disneyland & California Adventure (both easily seen in a day each) and stay at a beach hotel the rest of the time.

Post # 9
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1607 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

What about Ireland? There are some nice packages here.

Post # 10
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428 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

@bridetobe1:  We’re staying at Colorado Springs Resort, which has a bit more of a mature atmosphere. It looks really beautiful and I’m beyond excited. I keep asking Fiance if we can just get married now so we can go 😛

@Miss Jackrabbit:  This is mostly true, but we booked our honeymoon almost exactly 3 months in advance and still got some pretty good ADRs. Brown Derby, Le Cellier…after some reservation stalking, I even managed to snag a reservation for dinner at Be Our Guest!

Post # 11
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@bridetobe1:  we are going to St. Lucia and there are tons of things to do. All watersports are included at  our resort. tons of excursions to pick from as well!

Post # 12
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2004

Hello, new here and been lurking for a while.  You all seem like such nice people and I’d love to become part of this I community.  Anywyas, St. Thomas or St. John in the US Virgin Islands is a wonderful destination.  St. Thomas is easier and cheaper to stay at (Marriott) but you can easily take a boat to St. John.  You can lay around at the beach or book a catamaran (awesome!!) for the day or snorkel too which is downright amazing.  Rent a dingy for 4 hours and hit the water and go wherever your heart desires.  Walk around Mongoose Junction at St. John with a nice cold beverage of your choice in hand.  Not to mention the amazing restaurants.  I could go on.  And now I sound like a commercial.  Good luck!!

Post # 13
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

@bridetobe1:  The first time was at Sandos Playacar (I think that was the name), and the most recent, last year, was at Excellence Cancun.

I think in general you’ll be safe in Mexico. It’s mostly the border towns that have issues. Just don’t do anything too stupid (like go into a dangerous part of town and get drunk and obnoxious) and you’ll be fine. Anything touristy is fine. I’ve always felt super safe in and around the resorts.

Post # 14
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

What about WDW and a short cruise? That way you can see more places while not having to worry about “traveling” when the boat just moves you around when you’re sleeping?

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