It’s been known that money spent on travel and experiences is 100 times better than spending on gifts. Agree? Here are a few ways to treat someone to a surprise trip.
If your partner has a full-time job, you may need to somehow reach your partner’s line manager or HR to request leave for a few days off to travel. Be discreet, but make sure to find out if your partner has a busy week or month ahead. There’s nothing worse than having pending work on your mind, while away.
PLAN EVERYTHING DOWN TO THE LAST DETAIL
Since you’ve decided to whisk your partner away on a surprise trip – this really is the best gift ever! Make sure to check your partner’s passport and that the visa has six-months validity since most countries need this for visa application or on arrival. Once your passport and visa specifics are in check, book a free cancellation hotel – just to be safe – and flights. If your partner is into culinary classes, golf, adventurous trails or any activity, in particular, make sure to book these ahead as well. After the excitement of a surprise trip, it’s always great to add a little something special to seal the deal.
DROP A HINT OR TWO
You could send your partner adorable texts of how you wish you’ll could fly away together, or perhaps conduct a treasure hunt the morning of the trip. Place hints all over the place with a picture of a landmark from the country, an authentic food/dish and finally, a gift and letter that reads “Pack a bag, we’re off to…”
Let us know how your travel goes! We’d love to feature your romantic getaway…