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[LISTEN] Top tips for planning the perfect honeymoon

Choosing a honeymoon destination can be overwhelming for any couple, but it doesn’t have to be.

Travel expert Ramesh Jeenarain has some advice for planning a romantic breakaway with your significant other.

Jeenarain is the managing director of South African tour operator, World Leisure Holidays, and suggests that couples consult a travel expert well in advance.

He says partners should plan the honeymoon together in order to accommodate each other's expectations.

Couples need to consider their budget, the time of year they wish to travel and their preferred climate.

They must also establish whether they are seeking relaxation and pleasure, adventure and activities or cultural immersion, he adds.

When you're heading off to an exotic location for a honeymoon, you need to know what it is that you want to get out of the honeymoon.

Ramesh Jeenarain, Managing Director at World Leisure Holidays

Each destination has a unique value proposition to offer. You need to pair up the value proposition with your expectations in order to make it an unforgettable experience.

Ramesh Jeenarain, Managing Director at World Leisure Holidays

From a budget perspective, you would look at the time of year when you're planning to honeymoon. If you're budget-conscious, you'll look outside of the peak holiday season.

Ramesh Jeenarain, Managing Director at World Leisure Holidays

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