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The Best Honeymoon Destinations in July and August

The Best Honeymoon Destinations in July and August

If you’ve recently exchanged vows then like any other couple, you know that its time for your honeymoon! Now, choosing your honeymoon destination can be hard, considering that most people put a lot of thought into it. This is your chance to let loose and have fun before you go back to your regular lifestyle. So, that’s why we’re here with a list of the places you can visit on your honeymoon in July and August.

Places to Visit on your trip…

Europe is still quite popular, so, feel free to check out any destination you want according to your will. With the exclusion of Spain, Italy and Greece because all three of those destinations are set to become unpleasantly warm by drastic degrees. So, heads up! Indonesia comes up in the hierarchy of popularity, as this time of the year the country is in full swing because of the medley of what it has to offer. From intoxicating trails of adventures and dramatic views to an astounding array of beaches, the country is often hard to beat when it comes to the number of possibilities it offers,

Peru is also in for a place at the list but What mostly happens in Peru is that travellers often go to the most generic places that everyone has already explored and so, the experience that comes along with it does not stem from anything special. Why visit the ordinary when you can have a chance to see the extraordinary? Visit some of the less popular but equally extravagant places in Peru like the rainbow mountain where you walk through a literal spectrum of colours, visit the humantay lake which is a prime example of nature at its best or visit the Pisac market where you get a chance to be in the shoes of a Peruvian and get a more localized view of how the Peruvian lifestyle is. 

If you’re wondering why we’re including August in here as well, then we should tell you that both of these months commonly share the same destinations…so, why not make it a two in one list where you can get the best of both.

So, here’s our list for August

Bolivia might be a small country but the impact it’s going to have on you is not, not everyone knows about how about the perfection that resides within it, even if it is a tiny landlocked country. Visit Laguna Verde to rejuvenate your energy while adoring the mesmerizing view after a tiring day of exploration, this is truly one of the best ways to enrich the mind as well as your soul. Bolivia is also known for the great train graveyard it has that tourists can see to learn about how in colonial times trains were a part of everyone’s life, explore this diverse and soul mesmerizingly beautiful country soon to have a great vacation or to have a great time in general.

Say “aloha” to Hawaii, a quintessential island paradise. From the natural beauty of its beaches and volcanoes to its rich Pacific culture, Hawaii is the perfect destination if you’re looking to really get away from it all. It’s definitely a relaxing oasis with the perfect weather. Spend your time under a myriad of tall palm trees on the white sand beaches, shopping for local trinkets, hiking on the island of Kauai, seeing humpback whales in Maui, or playing with fire at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Not to mention, you can also surf and swim if your heart seeks it.

Places to avoid at all costs!
  1. Northern America – too warm
  2. The Caribbean – Hurricane season
  3. The Gulf of Mexico – Hurricane season
  4. Asia – The peak of monsoon season

If you are in fact interested in visiting one of these destinations then feel free to check out some of Travel Center’s flight deals. We give travellers some of the best prices and what’s more? We’re just one call or email away from helping you. So, don’t wait it out! Get in contact with us now.

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