Your Honeymoon

Nicola Browne on 30 March 2020

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Some of my Brides & Grooms have had to postpone their Wedding Day due to social distancing and thus meaning their honeymoon will need to be postponed too. Here is some advice for those of you whose honeymoon was planned for March or April.

Things are changing daily. Many countries have travel bans and restrictions in place and as each day passes, we learn more about what is happening in the world. The main thing is not to panic, as a Travel Counsellor, I keep up to date with the latest developments and restrictions in place.

The key in these unprecedented times is patience and I understand that can be hard too. The travel providers I use such as airlines, cruise lines, hotels etc., are working around the clock to come up with the best solution for everyone. Your booking is in safe hands and we will do everything in our power to work with you and our suppliers as we navigate through this. The best advice that I can give at the moment, is to look into changing your plans if this is possible, rather than cancelling.

Flights are now showing in our systems until the end of February 2021, and some options are already available for Summer 2021 so all is not lost. You may have to postpone your special day but what a celebration it will be for your family and friends when this is all over and you will still have your dream adventure to look forward to so that will be worth waiting for.

I have some fabulous downloadable brochures and itineraries available so feel free to get in touch to inspire that wanderlust in you. Making each and every trip personal to each client is of the utmost importance to me and even more so, the second time around if needs be.

With 25 years experience, Travel Counsellors put you at the heart of everything we do. We are supported by our 24/7 duty office who work behind the scenes to make sure we are always one step ahead.

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