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Would Mexico (Mayan Riviera) be tooooo wet or windy then? Any other suggestions?

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    Hurricane season is erratic, some years it's if e, other years they hit hard. Good bit is tht there are less crowds, and the area offers more than beaches to offer alternatives if the wether gets bad such as the Mayan ruins of Palenque, Tulum and Chichen Itza. Merida is a lovely colonial town inland as well worth a stop too. over 4 years ago

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    Ok, thanks for your reply. I'm thinking of Mayan riviera, Tulum area. over 4 years ago

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    If you can stay at the Akamai beach resort, just up the road from talum. Best beach by far. Can swim with the turtles for free right outside your door. Everyone else has to pay for a tour there. Awesome hotel. over 4 years ago

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    There are several destinations where you can celebrate your honeymoon days. Beside Some of Mexico, other most popular tourist destinations are – Australia, Maldives, Indian Ocean, India (Goa), Thailand etc. All these countries are also popular for honeymoon travel. But all things are depends on your budget how much will you be able to spend on holidays and also getting good travel deals, holiday packages and flight tickets from travel agents.

    I think you must visit Rajasthan at-least; the state is located in India and very popular for honeymoon celebration. You will find dazzling locations, forts, luxury accommodation, yummy Indian foods and most important luxury trains like – Maharaja Express, Palace on wheel etc.

    Although it’s depends on you what kind of location you want to see? over 4 years ago

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    Thanks Annie June. I didn't consider India or Thailand because of the heat, humidity and monsoon weather. I have been to Mauritius in August and it was a disaster, not because of the rain, that was ok. It was COLD! over 4 years ago

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    @Elsa:

    Thanks Elsa thank you very much for the reply. Well I am very much agree with the point you said – India is one of heat place in the world but it’s you can visit in between October to March month of every year. These months are very feasible for foreign tourists because you would not get humidity and heath.

    Well I think you must call Travel agents they surly can help you more or you can also find several websites regarding holidays. Let’s think a bit & choose your destination first. Here is the link that would be very helpful to you if you are traveling from UK: http://www.southalltravel.co.uk/

    Have a nice day Take Care.!!! over 4 years ago

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