Middle East + Africa Babymoon Offers
The Middle East and Africa Babymoon Offers
Be inspired and explore and find a lifetime babymoon in the United Arab Emirates and enjoy Abu Dhabi. Or take an exciting safari in South Africa or take a tropical babymoon to Mauritius, Seychelles or the Maldives.
Treat yourself to a luxurious getaway before your baby arrives. Celebrate your pregnancy! Pamper yourself with prenatal spa treatments specially designed for pregnant women. Enjoy especially designed babymoon packages which can include: unlimited complimentary in-room movies, late check-out, cravings bag, foodie treats, cigars and sports massages for dad-to-be, photoshoots, nursery tile classes, breathing classes, yoga sessions, pregnancy massage for mom-to-be and non-alcoholic cocktails (Mocktail, Please). Or go on a shopping spree with a personal shopper to show you all the beautiful baby boutiques.
Or check our babymoon blog with the latest on luxury hotel offers.
What is the safest time to travel?
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the safest time for a pregnant woman to travel is during the second trimester
(18 through 24 weeks). Check out our Q&A about everything Babymoon!
Tips for your Babymoon Vacation?
- Skin is more sensitive during pregnancy, so wear stronger sunscreen than usual.
- Keep a list of names and numbers to be contacted in case of emergency.
- Keep a list of local hospitals from the embassy or tourist board.
- Ask your doctor before embarking on any “dangerous” sports, such as diving or water sports.
- Bring your medical notes, including relevant ultrasounds, with you in case you need to go into hospital or deliver early.
- You’re on the ground. Relax and enjoy yourself on what could be your last diaper-free break for a while.
Quick Tips for Healthy Air Travel While Pregnant
- Travel with at least one companion who also has your emergency contact info in addition to your doctor’s number programmed into their phone.
- Carry documentation with your expected date of delivery, doctor’s contact info, and your blood type.
- Stay hydrated. Dehydration on aeroplanes can be worse when you’re pregnant, so drink plenty of caffeine-free, non-alcoholic fluids before, during, and after the flight.
- Wear your seatbelt continuously to minimize the risk of injury from unpredictable turbulence.
- Pack vitamin-rich fresh fruit such as grapes, plums, oranges or dried apricots.
- Wear support hose and shoes with adjustable straps in case your feet swell.
- As always with flying, get up and walk around the cabin every two hours or so.
- Take an eye mask and earplugs and wear loose, comfortable clothing.
- Rest as much as possible while in the air.