Aug 18, 2012

Asian Honeymoon

When planning for a truly exciting, exotic and tropical honeymoon, you should consider an Asian honeymoon.

You may be saying to yourself, sounds good but could be very expensive. This is not necessarily true. With a little research and planning on your part, you could have between 10 and 12 days cruising the Philippine islands and this is including airfare for about $2500.

You would fly from the United States to Manila in the Philippines. Then, board a ship known as the Super Ferry. This is a modern ship with very large suites at reasonable prices including all meals. I have traveled from Manila to Mindanao and I enjoyed it.

You can even cruise the different islands. You can get off at an island, stay few days and return to another ship. I myself went island hopping and I enjoyed it very much because Philippines is a beautiful country with beautiful scenery, with great food at reasonable prices.

You can book the entire trip online and picked the routes you would like to travel through the islands. The people are very friendly and they speak English because it is their second language. There is no language barrier in the Philippines.

Do your research and check with your travel agent about package deals to the Philippine Islands for a truly memorable honeymoon.

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