Where to Stay: Live like reality TV stars and stay in the city of Cusco at the JW Marriott El Convento Cusco (where The Bachelor finale was recently filmed). This 11th-century convent turned small hotel property has a romantic courtyard in its center, a fantastic bar for cocktails and corner suites big enough to live in. Prices begin as low as $170 per night in the low season and $250 per night in the high season. And there's no bad time to be in Peru.
Where to Eat: Dine inside your hotel at Qespi where edible flower salads and local delicacy cuy (otherwise known as guinea pig) are served in an elevated and experiential way. You will enjoy the environment and visual presentation as much as the exceptional food.
What to Do: See Machu Picchu, of course! Take a train for a day (or ideally an overnight trip) to one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and experience an ancient Inca village unlike anything else. Another slightly closer can't-miss day trip (you can travel by car) is a visit to the Sacred Valley for an afternoon of Peruvian horseback riding through the countryside.
What to Pack: Pack as light as you can because you’ll want to bring all the beautiful textiles of Peru home with you. Known for its alpaca wool sweaters, intricate and colorful blankets, and wonderful local artisans, you can shop until you drop for pennies on the dollar and outfit your entire winter wardrobe and home on your honeymoon.
Splurging on your honeymoon will be unforgettable without breaking the bank when you explore exotic cities and beaches without the big price tag. And when you book as many of your wedding services on a miles or points credit card, you might even get your flights for free.