Post # 1
I am getting married next October, and we will more than likely not take our honeymoon until November. I was looking for some budget friendly ideas no more than $4000 for the two of us and that includes air fare. Want to go some place warm, can be in the US or out of the country.
We have already been to Mexico, so would like to try some place different.
I thought about maybe Disney world or Jamaica but not totally sure. Any ideas that you bees have?
Post # 2
Any ideas we can suggest re where you can go within your budget are dependent on where you live
Post # 4
we went to Negril, Jamaica and stayed at hide awhile (I think) it was on the cliffs. There is a sister hotel named isle awhile that is on seven mile beach and the hotel provides a free daily shuttle to the sister hotel. if I remember right the flights were less than $500 per person and it was $70 to get from airport to hotel and then maybe $120 each night for hotel. I sometimes mix numbers up so definitely look into them but everything was cheap. The best part for us about the hotel is the intimacy. We went in July and not joking saw one other guest. We would lay at the pool by ourselves and when we wanted to go explore took a shuttle in. there are also professional cliff divers at ricks cafe which was pretty cool to watch.
Post # 5
We went to the Tampa Bay area in Florida. There are lots of cute beach towns and state parks in the St. Petersburg area, which would be a short drive from the Tampa airport. We had a relaxing but still a little adventurous honeymoon while still being reasonably frugal.
Post # 6
What sort of vibe are you looking for? Relaxing or urban?
Some suggestions for places that will fit your budget: Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica.
Post # 7
Check out applevacations.com! There are tons of options within your budget that include all inclusive trips to Jamaica and the Dominican Republic!
Post # 8
We went to Jamaica and loved it. We stayed at sandals. They can be pricey, but they tend to have great sales!
Post # 9
I would like about 60% with adventures/things to do, and then 40% with some relaxing.
Post # 10
you could always go on a cruise to the bahamas or carribean…if you are into Disney you could always take a Disney cruise–I went many years ago and it was awesome!