This is not a new baby trend, but a habit that a number of expectant parents have already adopted. The babymoon is quite simply a pre-baby honeymoon, to relax and enjoy a pleasant moment for two before the arrival of the unborn child. Being pregnant does not prevent traveling to the end of the world when you adopt some safety rules before and during the trip:
Before booking a ticket for two to a dream destination, think about the best time of pregnancy to travel. The first and third trimesters are often marked by a state of fatigue and discomfort such as nausea, but the second trimester is the easiest to live with for many women. If you are flying, check that the airline does not ask your doctor for papers before boarding.
The ideal destination
Unless you have no choice, it is better to avoid countries with diseases requiring a vaccine, recalls the Canadian site Best Health Mag. Many doctors advise against taking this type of treatment during pregnancy. Also, check accessibility to hospitals in case of emergency and contact your insurance to find out if you are covered as part of your trip.
A comfortable ride
Sitting for hours on end in an airplane, train or car is not the most pleasant position there is, especially when you are pregnant. To avoid cramps, consider to drink a lot of water (even if you need to go to the bathroom more often), move your legs and ankles regularly, and massage your feet to keep them from swelling. Remember to take cushions that adapt to the shape of the back and the neck to make the movement more pleasant.