What is Babymoon tourism?

What is Babymoon tourism?

A babymoon is a vacation that is taken in the weeks leading up to childbirth, typically in the second trimester. A babymoon is viewed as the couple’s final opportunity to unwind and take a break before the baby is born. Over the past ten years, babymoons have gained enormous popularity among people in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Popular locations for babymoons include those that are not very hot and free of Zika and malaria-causing mosquitoes.

 

Babymoon tourism Backpacking

Travelling with a backpack is essentially what it means to backpack. It is frequently done by travellers in their twenties and is frequently cheap long-term, independent travel. However, in recent years, the nature of backpacking has evolved. While some travellers certainly fit the stereotype of young, low-cost travellers taking a gap year, elder backpackers, travelling families, and wealthier backpackers have begun to emerge (see-flashpacker).