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The Essential Honeymoon Travel Checklist


Organized and advanced planning for your honeymoon can save you a lot of travel headaches, especially in today's travel environment. Save this checklist of important items to ensure a smooth travel experience!

Must Haves:
  • Airline tickets or e-ticket confirmation (note flight number and departure/arrival time)
  • Cruise tickets (note cabin number and departure/arrival time)
  • Resort/Hotel address, phone, and confirmation number
  • Passport/Visas
  • Driver's license(make name on ID matches name on passport/visa)
  • Credit cards (take only those you will need) 
  • Phone number(s) to report lost/stolen cards (pack separately from wallet or purse!)
  • Traveler's checks 
  • Phone Cards (especially if traveling internationally)
  • Medicines & Prescriptions (make sure they are in their original bottles and that you have enough to last your entire trip)
  • Doctor's phone number (packed separately from your wallet/purse)
  • Contraception
  • Extra contact lenses and/or glasses
  • Phone number(s) for your house sitter and/or pet sitter
  • Camera
  • Travel locks for your luggage and ID tags for luggage (MAKE SURE your locks are recognized by the TSA ... more information here!)
  • Photocopies of IDs, cards, and contact numbers, plus medical information.  Leave one set in your hotel and carry one with you at all times.Consider leaving a copy of these documents with a trusted friend or relative at home too!
Web sites to review BEFORE you travel:

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