• Damien Martin

Rescheduling your honeymoon and mini-moon


If you or a loved one had a wedding scheduled in 2020, odds are it didn’t go exactly according to plan. You might have rescheduled at least once. You might have gone ahead with the ceremony, but with a lot fewer attendees than you planned. Maybe you just made it legal and will stage the main event when it’s safe to do so. No matter what, you still have your eyes on that honeymoon.


Again, things might have changed in this department. Perhaps your preferred honeymoon destination isn’t open to Americans and you need to switch gears or just get away for a few days on a mini-moon. There are several islands in the Caribbean welcoming visitors that are great for short stays or full-length honeymoons. Looking for fun in the sun but want to stay in the Lower 48? The Florida Keys offer a touch of the Caribbean without a passport, as does the Virtuoso-preferred Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, just minutes from Miami but in a world of its own.


Not everybody wants a beach getaway, of course, and there are plenty of other options out there. Skiers can hit the slopes at any number of resorts in the Rockies of Colorado and Utah, or keep things closer to home with runs at Jay Peak and Killington in Vermont or New Hampshire’s Loon Mountain and Bretton Woods. The national parks make for excellent romantic destinations throughout the country, showing off their natural beauty and featuring some great glamping and cabin options for just the two of you.


If you’re looking to do the big trip now, there are few trips more romantic than a safari, which you can do in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and South Africa. Gorilla trekking in Rwanda is a possibility, and you can cap off your African or Middle Eastern trip (the UAE are open) with a stop in the Maldives. North of the Sahara, the wonders of Egypt and the oases of Morocco are welcoming Americans.


Most of Europe is closed to Americans or requires a long quarantine, but Croatia—a fabulous honeymoon destination—is not. Visitors are also allowed in Turkey, from the history of Istanbul to the fairy chimneys of Cappadocia and the seaside resorts of Bodrum.

Across the Pacific, French Polynesia is welcoming travelers to the gems of Tahiti, Bora Bora and Moorea, some of the most romantic islands on Earth. Closer to home, several countries in Central America are open, as well as Peru, Colombia, Chile and Brazil.


Whenever and wherever you’re planning to go, consult with your travel advisor on COVID-19 entry requirements, travel insurance and potential quarantines in your destination. If you’re waiting until your favorite destination is back open, we’re thrilled to help you get some plans in place now. With flexible cancelation and airline change policies, there are fewer and fewer penalties for changing your plans these days.


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