Topic: Destination Wedding Locations
Travel Agent magazine recently released three new destination weddings and honeymoons travel planners as part of its ongoing series of sales tools designed to help travel agents grow their romance bookings. Take a look.
Sandals said its wedding experience will offer couples more choice with added design themes, additional locations, as well as extended concierge and planning services. Take a look.
Honeymoons.com has released a new survey on the latest destination wedding and honeymoon trends to expect next year, particularly among Millennial travelers. Here’s an inside look.
Following a meeting with Royal Caribbean, St. Kitts has more island calls in its future. Learn more here.
Mexico was recently named the fastest-growing tourism destination and the eighth most-visited country in 2016. Romantic travel could be a reason behind the spike.
Over 400 participants from 60 countries, including the top 150 wedding planners in the world, are expected to be in attendance. Read more here.
Los Cabos hotels are offering flower-arranging, piñata-making, and astronomy classes, as well as sunset dinners in preparation for wedding season.
With the traditional wedding month of June around the corner we felt it was a good time to check the pulse of the destination weddings and honeymoons market. Here are some current trends and new products.
We speak with a number of industry experts to get their take on growing niche segments such as mini-moons, gap-year travel, divorce parties, and more. Read on for our report.
The fourth-friendliest city in the world is becoming popular for its art galleries, boutique hotels, and culinary scene. Here's what you need to know to book a vacation.