Some foodie honeymooners are choosing to spend part of their vacay in the kitchen by taking cooking classes together. Bond with your other half by whipping up some truly tasty meals. These classes are offered in many popular honeymoon destinations, like Mexico and Thailand. And the best part? You can take all this new cooking knowledge home with you. Eat as much as you want – you don’t have to worry about fitting into a wedding dress anymore. This is your honeymoon, so indulge!
Give back on your honeymoon by finding out where and how you can volunteer. Doing so with your loved one can create a special memory and give you both that warm, fuzzy feeling. You can plant trees in the Amazon, monitor dolphins or even help hatch leatherback turtles as they find their way to the waves.
Try something new together
Talk to your spouse and find something that the two of you have never tried, whether it’s skydiving, swimming with dolphins or ziplining. Now is the time to jump in headfirst and start your honeymoon with something that you both will remember forever.
Turn off the TV and your mobile phones and just be with each other. Take a walk on the beach, enjoy the local fare, book spa time together, whatever it is, just focus solely on each other. After all, now is the time to experience and enjoy your life as newlyweds.