Your No-stress Guide to Planning an All-inclusive Honeymoon

How to have an All Inclusive Honeymoon
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With all the stress of planning a wedding, the honeymoon should be the fun part.

But with endless vacation options and choices to make no matter where you go, a honeymoon can quickly turn into another to-do list. For couples who want to focus all of their energy on the wedding and just relax afterwards, an all-inclusive honeymoon may be the perfect fit.

The first (and pretty much only) step is deciding a destination and vibe. Couples can opt for a detox and wellness all-inclusives or something a bit more active, like going ziplining in Costa Rican rainforests.

There’s also the option to book a cruise and see several destinations or stay put in one tropical resort. And for couples who don’t mind doing things the unconventional way, it’s also possible to take a group honeymoon with spouse and squad.

There are countless all-inclusive options for couples in the Caribbean. Check out our favorites in St. Lucia, the Cayman Islands, Aruba, Bermuda, Curacao, Turks and Caicos or Jamaica.

South of the border, there are plenty of all-inclusives in Mexico. On the west coast, escape to the Pacific shores of Puerto Vallarta. Couples on the Atlantic side can find parties and pristine beaches in Cancun and Cozumel.

And further south, couples who book an all-inclusive vacation in Belize can get lost in rainforests and sleep in over-the-water bungalows.

Couples who want to relax from their stresses half a world away can check out our guide to the best all-inclusives in the Maldives.

And you don't have to leave the country for a relaxing vacation: Within the U.S., couples can opt for a vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands (St. Thomas), Florida or even some more unexpected destinations within the 50 states.

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