Babymoons you say? Yes babymoons. An excuse to take a holiday before the sleepless nights, nappy changes and forthcoming pleasure and chaos of the new arrival. Whether it be with your partner in order to reconnect as a couple before entering parenthood or with a relative or friend to relish another time zone of relaxations and paradise, they are soaring in popularity.
The new hot travel trend, Baby mooning has become a hit with all walks of life, including The A list Celebs. Kate Hudson baby mooned in Punta Mita with her partner, Matt Bellamy, staying at the lux Four Seasons, which still wows with its chic rooms, exceptional restaurants, and slew of activities both for adults and kids. Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick also headed for the land of traditions and tranquillity, romping on the beach with their son Mason and embracing couple time to complete their family pre pregnancy holiday.
Rochelle Wiseman was whisked off to the Maldives in January by Husband Marvin Humes for their pre pregnancy trip after being proposed to by the starry-eyed group member back in 2012 whilst in the Caribbean. Heavily pregnant, former Towie Star Billy Mucklow and West Ham striker Andy Carol, flew off to Abu Dhabi and soaked up the sun before becoming first time parents where they posted pictures on Instagram and Twitter Hash tagging #30Weeks
Baby moon packages are being welcomed by hotels, examples include the Paresa Resort in Phuket, Thailand and Peter Island Resort in the British Virgin Islands, both offering spa treatments precisely for parents to be with exotic menus accommodating for the unpredictable food cravings of expectant yummy mummy’s and parenting courses for the unexpected.
Celebrity parent to be’s have off set the trend of baby moons and ever since hot holiday spots have seen an incline, popular spots include the Caribbean, Cayman Islands, and Mexico. Although the rise in tourists on baby-moon vacations has also resulted in a upsurge of claims with women over 20 weeks pregnant, early labour and delivery being the main cause, requiring specialist care for the mother and baby. Therefore destinations such as the Cayman Islands are now joining with the health city Cayman Islands and department of tourism to take the position of leading care hospitals. Hospitals and emergency services will also see an increase in demand for emergency transportation with cases such as premature infants. The ever improving technology is changing the way the air ambulance industry is able to respond to these cases, allowing those wanting to take a baby-moon to feel at ease with the medical help provided.
Feeling an excuse to jet set off before you world is transformed forever? Get searching for a babymoon package or simply tick a destination of your bucket list and enjoy the last few months or weeks being free of responsibility, because let’s face it, you’re going to need it.
Date Created: 21 April 2015 by Savannah Buckley