So finally, busy honeymoon travel season is here. This means that many other newlyweds just like have booked their travel and accommodation and now is the perfect time to get packed for your life’s most romantic getaway. You sure know what to pack but might need to know those do’s and don’ts which will help you backpack the right way for your honeymoon.
None wants their luggage to get stolen or lost during travel. So, be it your destination wedding, honeymoon or a recreational trip, label your luggage from inside and out. If someone tries to steal your suitcase or takes it mistakenly, it would be much easier to find out your luggage.
You must be careful enough to keep at least two copies of your important documents such as ID cards, Credit Cards, or Passport. In case you lose your documents you will still have important information at hand to ask for replacements.
When you are miles away from your family, it is natural for them to stay concerned for you. Leave important contact details with your family members in case if you face any emergency, they should be able to contact you and know exactly where you are.
It is okay to keep with you few guides, manuals or magazines to keep yourself engaged during the travel. But carrying ‘books’ will make you bored and weigh you down. Instead of it, keep digital downloads, or guide apps on your smartphone.
Waiting until last minute is risky. Instead, start packing at least a week before your departure. Even if you have planned to go on the honeymoon right after your wedding, you would not like the idea of packing frantically and rushing to the airport. It is better to plan ahead and pack early to void any stress and mishap.
Pack only those items which you actually need during the whole trip. big and heavy bags are difficult to carry and travel with as well as unnecessary. Light and small travel bags are easy to carry prevent you from the stress.
Plastic bags can be used in a variety of ways especially as toiletries during the travel or to store dirty clothes. You can also pack your clothes in transparent plastic bags to keep clothes separate such as shirts, trousers etc., it also helps you stay organized.
For your honeymoon, keep travel sized items like deodorant or toothpaste. This way you will save lot of space, and lighten your burden.
You can definitely upload your pictures, or check your Instagram or Facebook profile when you get back home. This is your honeymoon and you should fully enjoy your trip instead of wasting time on uploading pictures on your profile.
Following these do’s and don’ts will keep you stay organized and prevent you from lots of hassle. For more advice on your honeymoon, stay tuned with us.