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Honeymoon trends are changing, what’s on the cards for 2008?

By admin on June 5th, 2008 0 comments yet. Be the First

Teletext.JPGBeach honeymoons have fallen out of favour with today’s honeymooners, finds new research. The traditional two week sun and sand break has been dumped in favour of activity-based adventures with others opting for a UK-break or a city break or a cruise. While 58% of the 2000 honeymooners surveyed said that the two week resort holiday was old-fashioned, couples are still prepared to shell out for new honeymoon trends.

The average honeymoon is estimated at costing £2,580 with just over £1000 spent on flights and accomdation each and a further £922 for spending money with £543 taken for excursions and activities.


Many newlyweds are now opting for a two part honeymoon with a short haul break straight after the weekend and a far flung holiday later in the year with reasons cited as including not being able to get time off work after the wedding (6%) and to make celebrations last longer (9%). Couples are also opting for registering for honeymoon gifts rather than a traditional gift registry

Research conducted by Teletext Holidays.

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