Honeymoon Planner Cedar Rapids IA

See below to find local honeymoon planners in Cedar Rapids, IA that give access to honeymoon schedule organizing, honeymoon cruises, honeymoon adventures, honeymoon packages, honeymoon destination recommendations, honeymoon bridal registries, and destination weddings, as well as advice and content on honeymoon planning.

Vinu Abraham
(319) 360-4550
1956 1St Avenue Ne, Suite F
Cedar Rapids, IA
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
India, Middle East

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Destinations Unlimited Inc
(319) 393-1359
Cedar Rapids, IA
Richard South
(515) 287-3170
5805 Fleur Dr
Des Moines, IA
The Travel Center
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Business Travel, Cruising / Cruise Lines, Customized Travel, Destination Weddings, Group Vacation, Honeymoon, Leisure Travel, Rail

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Norma Bettis
(515) 967-3646
319 8Th St Sw
Altoona, IA
Odyssey Travel & Convention Services, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Canada, Caribbean, Central America, Europe-Western, U.S. - Alaska, U.S. - Hawaii, U.S. - Midwest, U.S. - Northeast, U.S. - Southeast, U.S. - West
Adoption, Amusement / Theme Parks, Cruising / Cruise Lines, Eco-Tourism, Family Travel, Honeymoon

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Siouxland Travel Bureau
(712) 737-3777
Orange City, IA
Integrity Travel Inc
(319) 395-6712
Cedar Rapids, IA
Annette Reed
(319) 351-0300
125 S Dubuque St
Iowa City, IA
Hawkeye World Travel
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Cruising / Cruise Lines, Honeymoon

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Joan Benz
(712) 338-2814
1006-10Th St
Milford, IA
Sunset Travel Agency
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Caribbean, Central America, Europe-Western, Latin America & Mexico, U.S. - Alaska, U.S. - Hawaii, U.S. - Midwest, U.S. - Northeast
Barge / Canal / RiverCruises, Boating / Yacht / Sailing, Cruising / Cruise Lines, Disabled / Accessible, Family Fun, Family Travel, Gay & Lesbian, Golf & Tennis, Honeymoon, Lifestyle / Family / Specialty, Luxury Travel, Minority-Hispanic, Motorcoach / Bus, Reunions, Senior / Mature Adult, Spa / Fitness, Student / Youth, Women's Travel

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Gateway Travel & Cruise
(563) 242-1025
Clinton, IA
Fanfare Travel
(712) 239-2667
Sioux City, IA
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Honeymoon Travel: Terms to Know

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Below are terms that you should become familiar with before you begin to plan your honeymoon travel. Most of these terms apply to any kind of traveler, not just those making romantic getaway plans. But fluency in the language of travel may prevent unexpected costs, discomfort or disappointment with your wedding planning .

Travel Terms: Airline Flights
  • Connecting: You have to change planes somewhere along the route to your destination.
  • Direct: Most of the time the plane will fly from your home airport to your destination ariport. However, your plane may stop at one or more airports along the way, but you won’t have to disembark.
  • Nonstop: This takes you directly from your departure city to another destination without any stops while enroute.
Honeymoon Travel Terms: Car Rental Fees
  • Drop-off Fee: Also called an “intercity charge,” this is a fee you pay for returning your rental vehicle in a town or location other than where you picked it up.
  • Unlimited Mileage: You must purchase the gasoline, but the number of miles you drive within the contracted period is unlimited.
Travel Terms: Monetary Terms
  • Duty Free: Items that are sold free of taxation by the country in which you buy them. If you exceed monetary limits set by U.S. Customs when you re-enter the U.S., you may have to pay taxes in this country for those items.
  • Rate of Exchange: This is the current equivalent of U.S. dollars in foreign currency. It’s a flexible rate that changes daily, which often results in various rates being offered. Usually, your best rate will be from a bank, while your worst will be from a hotel.
  • Traveler’s Checks: Purchased through banks and other financial services, they’re safer than carrying in cash on your honeymoon because they carry your signature, which must be duplicated when used. We recommend you each have some with your signature only on them for your honeymoon travel.
  • Vouchers: Depending on the circumstance, these are issued by travel agents, airlines, cruise lines and other travel vendors to be exchanged for meals, accommodations and other things.

Travel Terms: Hotel Accommodations
  • Bed Configuration: The relatively rare system of designating hotel suites by the size of bed they contain — twin, regular, double, queen or king.
  • Double-Occupancy Rate: The per-person price based on two people sharing the room.
  • Double-Room Rate: The actual price of a room even if occupied by two people.
  • First...

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Honeymoons: Planning a Budget-friendly Getaway

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In the perfect world of wedding planning , immediately after toasting champagne with family and friends at the wedding reception, you and your new groom are whisked away to an exotic locale for two weeks of sightseeing, beach bumming and cuddling.

But, for many couples, the reality of planning a fairytale (i.e. budget-busting) honeymoon just isn’t in the cards. So what to do when you want to get away without going in debt? Here, five ideas for planning a budget-friendly getaway.
1. Stash some cash
Even though during this time the majority of your money will go toward paying for the honeymoon , you can still set some funds aside for a post-wedding vacation. It doesn’t have to be a large sum, but saving a few dollars here and there to use only for your vacation will help cut down on some travel costs.

2. Retreat from the world (sort of)
If you can’t go on vacation, bring the vacation to you. Schedule some alone time together where you don’t answer the phone, check emails or receive visitors. Your focus should be on connecting with your mate with little distractions from the outside world. So even if you’re not island hopping in Hawaii or sailing along the Mediterranean, a few days of uninterrupted couple time can be quite gratifying.
3. Hit the open road
Save on airfare by traveling by car to your honeymoon destination . . . which, of course, presents another budget-friendly option—planning a stateside rendezvous. There are plenty of great beaches, mountainsides and impressive landmarks within the U.S. So pull out your road map for more ideas on where to go.

4. Monitor mid-week deals
Airfare and hotel prices are typically less during the middle of the week. For a quick getaway, book your accommodations Tues-Thursday to save a few bucks.
5. Reconsider Hotel Reservations
Forgo the five-star digs for a quaint (and less expensive) bed and breakfast. Some things to consider when searching for B&Bs are accessibility to great a...

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How to Prepare for Your Honeymoon

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If the honeymoon preparations are the last task on your wedding planning list, review these tips to help keep your organized for travel.

  • Know what kind of documentation is required (passports, birth certificates, etc.).Review your vacation insurance policy (we highly recommend this coverage).
  • Review the current TSA guidelines for carry-ons and checked baggage. Confirm with your agent any applicable charges for checked baggage.
  • Attach a luggage grabber or other brightly colored item on the handle of your baggage to help with retrieval at the luggage carousel. Always have baggage tags with your full address and a contact number.
  • Plan the day of departure, check in for your flights online before you leave home and print your boarding passes. Have all of your paperwork and identification together before leaving for your honeymoon .
  • Do research on the area you are visiting there are website that offer coupons for local eateries, shopping, etc.
  • Make a list of items you wish to take this will save a ton of time and aggravation.
  • Prepare a travelers aid kit with basic items such as:
Bandages and ointment
Pain reliever
Insect repellent
Motion sickness medication
Wrist bands
Allergy tablets
Anti-diarrhea tablets
Cortisone cream
Medications, contacts, etc. (prescriptions must be in original containers)
Take an extra pair of contact lenses, solution and glasses (if applicable)

As they say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cu...

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