Don't make any decision purely based on price - make sure you read the small print, understand the policy conditions and exclusions before to ensure you get the right cover for you and your partner's needs.
Research and familiarise yourself with the rules and regulations of your honeymoon destinations by taking a look at Foreign travel advice given by Gov.co.uk.
Get any jabs or vaccinations you need for your honeymoon destination well in advance.
Keep your paperwork in order and safe in your hand luggage in case you need them. Here are some useful documents that might come in handy:
- Copies of reservations, flights, passport, visas, medical documents and a wedding certificate
- Copy of your travel insurance policy, policy number and contact number
- Receipts, report and proof of purchase to support your claim if anything is lost or stolen
Unsure of what surname to use when booking your trip? Brides might have to travel under their maiden name just one last time as your passport, tickets and travel insurance have to have the same details.