Piece for Weather2Travel | 10 of the best twin centre honeymoons

I like to keep up to date with travel trends when I pitch new article ideas to editors and twin centre honeymoons are definitely among the many travel trends du jour.

Newlyweds are no longer happy with just one destination. They see their honeymoon as the perfect opportunity to tick off more than one city or country on their travel bucket list. And I don’t blame them. Often, you can get cheaper airfares if you include a stop-over and it’s definitely one of the most economical ways to travel to multiple destinations.

If you’re the type of couple who also gets bored spending two weeks in one place, a twin centre honeymoon could be the perfect option. That’s why I wrote about this topic in one of my latest pieces for the Weather2Travel blog, 10 of the Best Twin Centre Honeymoon Destination Ideas. This came shortly after W2T launched their brand new Honeymoon Weather Finder – a handy travel tool which allows you to find your perfect honeymoon destination based on the type of weather and type of experience you are looking for.

There’s plenty of honeymoon inspiration on the blog. Check out these posts: Top 10 Romantic Destinations Around the World, Weddingmoon bliss at the Rockhouse Hotel, Jamaicaand Three Luxury Safari Honeymoons in South Africa. And do have a read of this blog I wrote for W2T on the top 15 long haul honeymoon destinations around the world.

Otherwise, head over to the Weather2Travel blog now to read the twin centre honeymoon article in full.

Piece for Weather2Travel | 10 of the best twin centre honeymoon destination ideas

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This is a summary of an article which first appeared on the Weather2Travel blog. For the full feature, visit their website.