Are you an extremist looking for an adventure of a lifetime on your honeymoon? Throw in a little romance, a little danger and the great outdoors, and send yourselves off on an adventure honeymoon you’ll never forget!
So, you’ve decided that you want a honeymoon that you’ll never forget–one that will take your breath away while adding a little romance to your new marriage? Well, there are many great destinations for outdoor adventure sports–both in the states and abroad–but if you’ve got the cabbage, you may want to consider some exotic destinations. After all, you only live once, right?
To determine the locale of your great adventure, and whether or not you can afford to traipse off to some distant exotic destination for your getaway, you’ll first need to decide on a honeymoon budget. This will help you to determine if you’ll be going to the plains of the Serengeti or Yellow Stone National Park.
Next, you’ll want to determine your skill level and ambition for adventure activities. Are you just an avid hiker, or have you climbed to the summit of Mt. Everest five times–without oxygen?
Once you’ve decided your skill level, you’ll need to choose an activity. You and your new spouse may want to go mountain climbing, rock climbing, skydiving, or, heck, you may even want to try an extreme sport! Just consider some of the specific activities that you might enjoy (or would like to try) and go for it! The sky’s the limit on the fun that you and your spouse will have on your adventure. Plus, as an added extra bonus, your adventure-packed honeymoon can be a terrific bonding experience for the two of you.
Not sure that you’ll be able to fund the honeymoon of your dreams? You may want to consider setting up a travel wedding registry. There are several around. You may also want to register with sports-related stores for gifts to bring along on your honeymoon too.
The key here is to plan your honeymoon well in advance so that you have time to ask for what you really want as a wedding gift from your guests. Would you rather have a toaster or a scuba adventure?
But, if you find–after you’ve researched the possibilities–that you prefer a more low-key, secluded honeymoon, out in the great outdoors, that’s OK too. There are lots of options available for you and your new spouse to escape–no matter what your budget. Again, the sky’s the limit.
Last, don’t forget to send out beautifully printed thank you cards for the wedding gifts you received when you return from your honeymoon. No matter what you end up doing on your honeymoon, you’ll want to tell everyone how much fun you had!