You’ve spent the last several months sitting with caterers, venues, Studio 27 Photography, Videography, & DJ Entertainment, when you finally collapse onto the couch and sigh, “I’m done!” The relief is short-lived when you realize you have yet another affair to plan: your honeymoon! Don’t sweat it, though, because we’ve put together a list of destinations for every couple.
1. Denver, Colorado
2. Yellowstone National Park
3. Portland, OR
While Portland is a hub for arts and culture, it’s definitely not short on outdoor activities! Bike through Springwater Corridor, stroll through Forest Park, or smell the roses at the International Rose Test Gardens.
It’s first class all the way at the Grand Wailea when it comes to dining, spa treatments, and (of course) the rooms. You’ll truly leave your troubles behind when you book at the Grand Wailea.
“Bermuda’s only hotel offering an all inclusive supplement including: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Unlimited Bar Brand Drinks, Theme Night Buffets, Afternoon Tea, Non- Motorized Water Sports, Bermuda Public Transport Pass and Tennis Court Fees for an additional fee of $114 per person, per day.”
“Named one of the “Best Caribbean All-Inclusive Resorts” by USA Today, Sugar Bay Resort & Spa is a treasured tropical retreat on 31 lush hillside acres on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Featuring awe-inspiring views of neighboring St. John and the sparkling Caribbean Sea, our 294-room resort offers guests the best of both worlds. Choose the ease of our all-inclusive plan or the flexibility of our room-only option – either way, you’ll enjoy an oceanfront oasis with modern services and amenities – all just 30 minutes from the vibrant capital of Charlotte Amalie.”
1. Colonial Williamsburg – Williamsburg, VA
Revisit colonial times in Williamsburg, Virginia! Full of rich history and insightful tours, Colonial Williamsburg is a must for history buffs. It’s also within driving distance to Busch Gardens and, let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a good theme park?
Pro-tip: Definitely get tickets to the Official Colonial Williamsburg Ghost Tour – you won’t be sorry!
2. Charleston, SC
Pro-tip: Check out Tommy Dew’s Walking Tour!
3. Washington, DC
Visiting our Nation’s Capital is definitely a must for any history buff. One of the best things about DC is that most of the attractions are free and open to the public. Not to mention most attractions are walkable.
Pro-tip: Check out Baked & Wired for the best cupcakes EVER.