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Where do you send honeymooners who are inexperienced travelers?


"I recommend the Caribbean—maybe Cancun, the Riviera Maya, St. Lucia and Jamaica," says Margie Hand of All Seasons Travel in Montgomery, AL. "Any of the region is pretty easy, but I would not have them go to the remote islands. I try to put those who haven't traveled so much on a simple flight itinerary. I suggest Malliouhana in Anguilla for couples celebrating their honeymoon and anniversaries.


Mary Walton of Passport to Travel in Modesto, CA sends a lot of her clients to Hawaii. "It doesn't sound that exciting if you do a lot of traveling, but the people speak English, it is our country and a unique experience for those who don't do a lot of traveling," she says.


Laura Pierce of Fox World Travel in Appleton, WI also recommends the Riviera Maya in Mexico "because of its beauty and because new travelers are not going to be intimidated there with language and cultural barriers. One of the first resorts I recommend is the El Dorado Royale. It's very romantic."

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