Plan a pre-baby getaway to cherish for years to come!
Babymoons are always wanted, right? They are much deserved and needed too. It’s hard work growing a little human inside of you!
Plus, this may be the last time you and your significant other will have “good quality” alone time.
(Sadly, I am serious! It’s happened to me.) Read about my Babymoon to St. Lucia, here.
- Safest time to travel 18-24 weeks per American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
- Check Restrictions – airline, cruise line, and CDC.
- No continuous flight over 3 hours.
- Opt for an aisle seat to easily stretch legs plus convenience to access the potty.
- Private Transfers if you get motion sickness easily and for comfort.
- Babymoons are a relaxation trip not an adventure trip – take advantage of the spa!
- Drink plenty of water because you will get dehydrated.
- Pack plenty of sunscreen and cover-ups.
- Checkout the menu before booking to be sure you can find something you’ll eat.
- If you go anywhere out-of-state or abroad, triple check how your travel insurance treats pregnancy, and inquire if you need to get an extra policy to cover you in case of complications or early labor.