Babymoons in the Americas
Treat yourself to a luxurious babymoon getaway before your baby arrives. Celebrate your pregnancy with one of our babymoons!
Pamper yourself with prenatal spa treatments specially designed for pregnant women. Enjoy tailor-made 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
- pregnancy photo shoots
- nursery tile classes
- breathing classes
- yoga sessions
- pregnancy massage
- non-alcoholic cocktails (Mocktail, Please)
- or go on a pre-natal shopping spree with a personal shopper to show you all the beautiful baby boutiques
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 you need to know about Babymoons!
Tips for Babymoons?
- 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 the 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 airplanes 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.