Part two of our honeymoon guide and this week we’re looking at where to go from July through to December for sun, fun and adventure!


It is a great time of year to get around Europe with nice weather. You could enjoy an island hopping tour around Greece, or travel through Italy whilst eating the most delicious food.

Avoid- It’s hurricane season in The Caribbean, so you might want to give that one a miss!


If you’re going away in August, it has to be Bali. The Indonesian island offers relaxation in its many meditation retreats. However if you’re in the party mode, the beachside city of Kuta has lively, popular bars.

Avoid- It would still be best to avoid The Caribbean, but the Bahamas and Florida area will also be at risk of wet weather.



Let’s go to America! New York is great this time of year. Enjoy a walk around Central Park and tick off all the sights around the city. You could also take on a drive along Route 66 ending in California. The dream American road trip.

Avoid- The Bahamas, Caribbean and Florida are still at risk of unpredictable weather.America


Australia seems like a long way to go, but it’s only a day on a plane! Take a trip along the East coast and enjoy Cairns, Brisbane and Sydney as well as all the beautiful beaches in between! This is your chance to snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef and see the amazing variety of sea life and coral.

Avoid- Same again! The Bahamas, Caribbean and Florida are all hot but wet, with the risk of hurricanes!



If you want the picturesque honeymoon shots for your social media, The Seychelles is the place for you. Go snorkelling, visit the temples or just sun yourself by the pool.

Avoid- Europe will be cold, but you already knew that.

The Seychelles

Be big kids on your honeymoon and visit Disney World in Florida! Newly wed pictures in front of the famous Cinderella Castle with Mickey Mouse, what could be cuter?

Avoid- It is the wettest time of year for Hawaii.

Disney World in Florida

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