Out-of-the-Box Honeymoon Destinations
Choosing a Unique Honeymoon Destination
The Poconos, Tahiti, a Sandals resort…if these honeymoon destinations make you yawn, start thinking outside the box. Your honeymoon is an expression of you and your spouse – it marks the start of your marriage. It should reflect what you want to do, not what others expect of you. So throw out the honeymoon pamphlets and explore these amazing underground destinations.
Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada
Gorgeous scenery, wine tasting, local boutiques, white sand dunes…all at affordable prices. All of this and more await you in Prince Edward County. With several getaway packages available for honeymooners, planning your trip is simple. This rural area is the perfect escape, offering cabins on Lake Ontario, miles of beautiful beaches, and plenty of things to do downtown. Enjoy bird watching, festivals, boating, hiking, antiquing, and lots of romantic experiences. Just make sure your passports are up to date!
Honeymoon at a secluded spot right in the USA in Carefree, Arizona. This little-known vacation destination lies in the Sonoran Desert, and has tons to offer newlyweds. Stay at The Boulders Resort & Spa and take a guided astronomy tour, or go horseback riding with your new husband or wife through rolling hills and dunes. Play a round of 18 holes at one of the scenic nearby golf courses, or relax with a day at the Waldorf Astoria spa. Adventure awaits at Carefree.
Go way off the beaten path with a honeymoon under the aurora borealis in Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland. The best time to visit is in the summer, from June to August. This ultra-scenic location is where much of the filming for Star Wars took place, for any sci-fi lovers. Reykjavík is a unique blend of old-fashioned village living and a modern metropolis, with plenty to do both in the city and on the outskirts. Plus, it’s one of the safest and cleanest cities in the world.
In lovely Southwest Ireland lies a charming city called Dingle, overlooking Dingle Bay and the Blasket Islands. Enjoy genuine Irish culture with traditional music shows, friendly pubs, and beaches filled with locals and tourists alike. The Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) is full of places to shop, eat, and relax while enjoying a superb foreign destination. Wherever you decide to go, happy honeymooning!