SELECTING A HONEYMOON LOCATION
SELECTING A HONEYMOON LOCATION
Selecting the right place for your honeymoon is an important part of the
wedding planning process that you shouldn't overlook. Your honeymoon is
the time to relax and unwind after the hectic wedding schedule is over. It's a
time that you'll remember for the rest of your lives. That's why it's so important
to pick the right location for you.  Call the destination specialist at Travel
Smart and let us help you plan the honeymoon of your dreams.


Mexico
The best time to visit Mexico is from the middle part of September through
May. This is when the temperatures are the most moderate, and the chance
of precipitation is the least. If you enjoy hot weather, go in the summer. The
chance of rain is somewhat greater, but generally it comes in brief downpours,
and there is still plenty of time to take in all of the activities that you want to.
Areas along the coast also tend to have a little higher humidity than other
areas. In the winter, be sure to take a light jacket or sweater along, as nights
can get chilly.

Caribbean
The Caribbean offers wonderful temperatures throughout the year, making it
an attractive honeymoon option. The official hurricane season is June to
November, with the highest frequency of hurricanes occurring from August
through October. Winter is an ideal time to visit the Caribbean, as
temperatures tend to range in the upper 70's throughout the region.

Florida
If you plan on visiting Florida in the summer (June through August), plan on
warm, humid, and wet weather. The best time of the year to visit Florida is
March, April, October and November. These months offer the best
temperature/precipitation combination of the year. The climate can vary by
region of the state, also. The central area of Florida (Orlando) tends to get
much less rain in the month of September than the southern part of the state
(Miami). If you're planning on visiting Florida in the winter and are looking for
warm weather, you'll want to go to the southern part of the state, as the
central and northern parts are cooler.


Hawaii
There really isn't a bad time to visit Hawaii. The weather in Hawaii is pretty
consistent year-round, with winter being a little more cool and wet, but nothing
that would ruin any vacation. August and September are the warmest months,
with the average temperatures in the upper 80's to low 90's. You should
always take a light sweater in the evenings, regardless of the time of your
visit. In the winter, the average high temperature is in the mid 70's, making
Hawaii a great destination any time of the year.

Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a "desert" location, so it is almost always low in humidity. The
most moderate temperature months to visit in are March, April, October, and
November. In the summer, it gets very hot. Most people don't realize that the
winters in Las Vegas can get cool, with highs in the 60's. If you're planning on
doing some sunbathing, you'll want to avoid the winter months.
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