The threat posed by the Zika virus to pregnant women is unambiguous: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clearly recommends pregnant women not travel to areas where Zika is spreading actively because of the risk of birth defects like microcephaly.
And the World Health Organization said people living in areas where the virus is circulating should consider delaying pregnancy to avoid having babies with birth defects.
But several resorts in Mexico and Jamaica, where Zika is reported to be spreading actively, appear to have missed the memo.
Casa Velas in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, offers a $310-per-night babymoon package that it calls "the perfect holiday for soon-to-be-parents." Moms- and dads-to-be are treated with massages, facials, a private dinner on the beach — even a book of baby names.
Le Reve Hotel & Spa in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, offers a $1,455 babymoon package with a prenatal massage and maternity photo session. Interested expecting parents just need to use the code "BABY" to get a discount on the package.
The Jamaica Inn, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, offers a $308 add-on babymoon package, featuring a "Wellbeing Mother's Massage." Among its extra tips for mothers-to-be: trying a private prenatal yoga class.
It might want to mention mosquito repellent. Or perhaps not offering the package at all.