A Trip Planning How-To Guide for Your Peru Honeymoon

Romantic Trips
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August, 22, 2018
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Because every honeymoon should be perfect.

Honeymoon travel, especially to a place as diverse and spread out as beautiful Peru, can be stressful to plan. That said, a Peru honeymoon will leave you both with memories to last you a lifetime—making every minute of that planning worth it. Read below for tips to help you create the best one yet!

  1. Start planning early. Begin your honeymoon research at least six to eight months in advance. Depending where you’re coming from and what time of year you’re going, Peru honeymoon travel can be expensive. On top of that, because Peru has so many different climates, advanced planning will help you know the best places to go at the time you’re going.

  2. Plan it together. It’s a trip for both of you! Divide and conquer the planning, and make sure you both have a say in what you do.
  3. Be original! By now, everyone has planned every kind of honeymoon. Even if you steal ideas from another friend’s Peru honeymoon itinerary, make sure to make it your own! It’s never as fun to copy someone else’s romantic experience. Create your own memories as a couple.
  4. Budget. Weddings are expensive... and so are honeymoons. Set a budget for your Peru honeymoon before you start planning, and don’t use any of it for your wedding. (You deserve to treat yourselves to a fabulous trip as you start your new life together.)

  5. Make sure you give yourself time to relax. There are plenty of adventurous activities for couples in Peru, and you should do all of them, like going to the top of Machu Picchu and exploring the salt flats. But as adventurous as both of you are, when it comes to your honeymoon, you’ll thank us for reminding you to add in some time to just relax. Wedding planning is really stressful, and when it’s all over, you’ll want that time to chill and just enjoy each other’s company.

  6. Let Surtrek help. Travel agents have access to plenty of deals and inside information that we regular travelers do not. If you’re planning a Peru honeymoon, let a local travel agency like Surtrek—the leader in custom South American travel—help you create the perfect itinerary for you.

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