Important Check List Before You Leave
Now that you have decided the destination for your honeymoon, you may want to re-consider the things that you need to take along. It is always a better option to keep a checklist ready with the following items, so you can have a wonderful and romantic honeymoon instead of worrying about petty things.
1. Of the other things, batteries, films, suntan lotion as well as toilet kits are essential. Taking them along will free you from spending on these things on your honeymoon.
2. Carry traveling, sightseeing, and restaurant brochures along with you. You definitely do not want to spend roaming around lost and tired. The other activities such as watching the sunrise or sunset, shopping, or a walk down the sandy beaches need to be planned spontaneously.
3. Credit and debit cards are necessary. You might want to keep them as the highest priority. However, try avoiding carrying cash; you can prefer the traveler’s cheques that have been issued by the national banks, which are valid everywhere.
4. If you or your partner has any medical conditions or allergies, you can keep all of those medications. However, do take along a few other medications, which are essential for first aid such as painkillers, bug repellant creams, or an antiseptic.
5. Keep an extra copy of your tickets, passport, and your visa if you are traveling a location abroad. Make sure that the paperwork is complete with your birth certificates in order. It is best to keep your documents in a single file to avoid any unnecessary hassles on your trip.
6. Pack clothes as per the need and the location. If you are visiting a beach honeymoon destination or a tropical location, you should take along light dresses. You can also carry a small umbrella, a poncho, and even a colorful shawl. The best option is not to over pack.
7. You should also carry your address book as well as your contacts, in case of an emergency. Also, make sure whether your network provider offers dialing facilities for international calls.
8. Make sure to check about the currency preference in the country you are going. Although most countries accept cards, you can also exchange the currency at the airport.