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11. Posted by ChristineTaylor (Inactive 6 posts) 3y Star this if you like it!

Honeymoon is a period to relax and discover the bond of togetherness. So I would suggest Australia, New Zealand and Figi Islands. hope its useful

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13. Posted by desouza.travels (First Time Poster 1 posts) 3y Star this if you like it!

I have travelled most of the places you are looking to visit on your honeymoon and I have to second all the comments above.

I recommend camper van trips if you want to see a lot of places.

We travelled RTW with a 4, 6 and 8 year old and learned a few crucial lessons:

Lesson 1 - it always takes longer than you think

Lesson 2 - don't plan your travel based on Google maps

Some suggestions based on our favourite places:
Flights from Australia to NZ can be long.
We did a 10 day camper van trip of NZ South Island (incorporating LOTR sites) - was not long enough to visit and enjoy North & South and do wine tours. Felt rushed by our tight schedule and did not have the luxury to just stay longer at one spot and mull the scenery. The Campervan is a great way to save time - no packing and re-packing each day as you move from spot to spot.

Flew from Christchurch to Cairns - that was a truly wonderful trip - lots of snorkelling. Snorkelled off Cairns and then stayed on Hamilton Island - AMAZING! but a long road trip between the 2. Total time 10 days.

I am from Goa, so will always give that the thumbs up, but it is better not to plan too much driving.
Been to Bali twice - Ubud is amazing. Denpasar is crazy traffic.

Hope that helps.
And Congratulations!!

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15. Posted by annkaddley (Budding Member 3 posts) 2y Star this if you like it!

Hey guys,
I agree you itinerary seems a bit much. Remember you basically lose a day every time you travel, not to mention the exhaustion.
If I was you, I would chose two locations to base yourself from and do small trips out in every direction from there. You will get to see two very different places but still experience a little local culture and activities.

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