Babymooning in Malta

Babymoon is a romantic trip taken by the parents-to-be to have a vacation and spend some quality time together before the baby arrives. I highly recommend taking this trip as it is a great way to bond together.

My husband and I decided to do a babymoon as the last few months have been all about taking doctors appointments, scans, full working hours, shopping for the baby and this can be overwhelming. We really needed some time off, to spend the last moments of just the two together before we are joined by our little baby.

We decide to do our babymoon in Malta. Malta is a beautiful island located between Sicily and the North African Coast. As this period is a time to be careful moneywise and prepare for baby budget etc. we took an all-inclusive package and got a really great deal on Wowcher.

babymoon what to plan

Babymoon is all about relaxing, so we decided to spend time at the hotel and hit the pool whenever we got a chance.Chai & Lipstick in malta

babymoon in malta

Places we visited

Malta is full of scenic locations which are beautiful to capture on camera. These are few of the places we visited.

  • The Popeyes’s village

malta what to do

The Popeyes village is one of the famous tourist destinations in Malta. The ticket to enter the village is about €14.50 and you also get a few freebies with this ticket.

popeye village malta

  • The capital city of Valletta

The capital city of Valletta is a must to visit. It has some really beautiful lanes which will allow you to admire the architecture.

babymoon trip in malta

  • St Johns Cathedral:

This cathedral is the most beautiful I have ever seen, it literally gave me goosebumps when I entered. The cathedral is dedicated to Saint John the Baptist and is located in Valletta.malta must visit

malta must visit

The entrance fee to this beautiful cathedral is 10 euros if you’re in Valetta don’t forget to visit this.

Tips for mommy-to-be during babymoon

  • Talk to the airline you will be flying with, to know if you would be allowed to fly. Some airlines may require a letter from your doctor
  • Carry your medical notes and insurance.
  • It’s important to carry some snacks and a bottle of water with you at all times.
  • The best time to travel would be your second trimester.
  • Comfy clothes are a must.
  • Enjoy the attention!Babymoon tips - Chai & Lipstick

Hope you enjoyed this article, let me know what are your thoughts on a babymoon, in the comments section below. If you would like to discover more about my maternity style, stay tuned for the next post. Have a great weekend guys!

Article by: Rachel Fernandes | Lawyer, Cosmetics Formulator, Beauty Addict | 🇬🇧


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