Planning your Belize Babymoon is a wondrous experience taking us out of our element and into the hands of new experiences and culture. The addition of a new baby into a family is in itself a new journey for your partner and yourself. It is no doubt that this grand journey will take some adaption. So while the ‘bun is in the oven’ consider spending some alone and romantic time with your partner and plan your babymoon to Belize!
Babymoon has become rather popular lately and can often be seen as a few days or weeks taken to reconnect with your significant other before the birth of your child.
Start planning your babymoon on the perfect tropical island of San Pedro Ambergris Caye, Belize. Check out our top 3 tips:
Belize Babymoon Tip #1: When to Plan is Key
Pregnancy is different for each woman and is often accompanied by an increase in hormones – the culprit of many changes to come including morning sickness. It is often recommended to plan your babymoon whilst in your second trimester: during this time morning sickness from your first trimester has passed and your tiny bump is at its cutest. However, always check with your doctor before booking.
Belize Babymoon Tip #2: Indulge in Romance
Needless to say after the birth of your child you will more likely be missing thepeace and quiet for some time to come. Be sure to book your upcoming babymoon at a location that allows for tranquility and romance.
Parenting is challenging and finding the time to reconnect and create new experienceswith your partner is vital to a solid foundation. Take advantage of a romantic walk on the beach or a candlelight beach dinner for two in front of the Caribbean Sea.
Belize BabymoonTip #3: Indulge in Belize’s Flavors
Increase in appetite satisfaction. Thankfully during your second trimester you are finally starting to regain appetite. Whether it is be for the most sweetest pastry of all or a simply the taste of a tropical fruit, you will be sure to find it on the island. Belize is blessed with cultural diversityallowing you to bask in diverse traditional cultural dishes.