Travel: Babymoon Getaway ideas

Monday, November 7, 2016


Babymoon Destinations in December


In recent years, “babymoons”, which simply means a vacation that takes place in the months before having your first baby, have become somewhat of a trend. It's a time to recharge and reconnect with your significant other before baby comes. 
Your second trimester is the best time to take some time away with your partner before it's time to push out that baby! Since we are planning a trip for next month (December), I thought I'd share some locations that are perfect for a winter babymoon. As a precaution, we do want to steer clear of locations that may still be affected by the Zika virus - just to be on the safe side.

Nassau, Bahamas
The Bahamas have more than 700 islands and cays, and average water temps of 80 degrees year-round! Although you’ll have to skip diving in the 2,400 coral reefs, you can snorkel, go boating, sailing or kayaking in the turquoise shallows and discover the Bahamian marine life. As a babymoon destination, the Bahamas offer a range of resorts, from the most laid back barefoot style to the highest of plush luxury, and everything in between.


New York City, New York
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When you’re finished with your retail therapy, check out a Broadway show or head over to the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty. It’s no wonder they call it the city that never sleeps (but make sure you get some rest!).


Maui, Hawaii
If you’re up for a little exercise (always good for the baby), Maui has some great options: the warm, calm waters of Kapalua Beach (perfect for kayaking) and easy to moderate walking trails in Haleakala National Park. It is also home to the world’s largest dormant volcano and some pretty stunning views!


Charleston, South Carolina
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In addition to being the friendliest city in the U.S., Charleston also makes for a killer weekend getaway these days, whether you like to shop (check out the boutiques on King Street), go on a food crawl (Husk, Fig, Xiao Bao Biscuit), or do a leisurely mansion tour of Battery Park. Charleston also affords plenty in the way of R&R.


Amelia Island, Florida
 
Amelia Island, located just off the coast of northeast Florida, is easy to get to and offers 13 miles of unspoiled beaches and a 50-block historic downtown packed with bistros and cafes. Amelia Island is a Northern Florida getaway with active mosquito prevention in place, with pristine waters and lots of wildlife. You’ll also find plenty of old-fashioned Southern hospitality throughout – just what a mom-to-be really needs. 


Montreal
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With cultural attractions like the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and beautiful 18th- and 19th-century buildings, tons of restaurants and cafes for culinary adventures, and festivals year-round, there’s so much to do and see. (but don't forget to relax!)
 

Did you take a babymoon? I'd love to hear where you went what you'd suggest for parents-to-be!

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