By Esther Lee | April 16, 2021

While the world is very much still in a pandemic, there appears to be an uptick in interest for travel as couples are planning and some, departing for their honeymoons during COVID. Getaways during this time are feasible as a delayed honeymoon or romantic getaway can be enjoyed responsibly.

First and foremost: a honeymoon during COVID comes with added research, in addition to an understanding of your destination’s local guidelines, plus requirements for a safe re-entry into your home country. It’s also best for couples seeking honeymoons during COVID to start sooner with planning. Travel experts are currently seeing an uptick in demand from the US as vaccination rollouts continue. “It’s important to note that many top resorts are already selling out for this summer and beyond,” says Virtuoso Advisor Beth Washington of Getaway Guild. “Many people are ready to travel, and with restrictions still in place for many international destinations, the demand is out-pacing supply for domestic destinations and destinations open to US travelers. This year more than ever, it pays to plan ahead.”

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