Top 10 Nature Honeymoon Destinations you Must Visit

What more can you ask than to get a vacation with your other half after a long month of very tiring and hectic day preparing for your wedding? Imagine how you’ve dealt with your crazy bridesmaid, the parents, and your in-laws and worried about timelines and obsessed that every detail would go perfectly. The very best way to do to leave the stress away is to have a relaxing and romantic vacation together. We’ll take you to the Top 10 Nature Honeymoon Destinations you Must Visit that will absolutely give you the great option in choosing the best Destination that will suit you.

Top 10 Nature Honeymoon Destinations you Must Visit

1. Queenstown, New Zealand, Four Season Lake and Alpine Resort

Famous for its snow-capped mountains and overlooking a sparkling lake

Best time to Visit: From June- September winter season you’ll experience the stunning snow-capped mountains, crisp blue-sky days and green valleys. Be sure to wrap up warmly with plenty of layers – daily temperatures range between -2°C and 8°C.

Things to do:

  • Ride the gondola to Skyline Queenstown then ride the luge back down
  • Take a ski and see their unrivaled alpine scenery and world class infrastructure   
  • Get some adventures with eco tours, biking, Segway, climbing, and boating.
  • Feel the adrenaline rush with their air adventure like flying.
  • Go hiking.

Must go/see Places: The Remarkable and Coronet Peaks, Queenstown Hill, The Winery for wine and cheese tasting in Queenstown.  

Places to stay: Heartland Hotel Queenstown

Things to Eat: Burgers, pies, pizzas, seafood,

2. Yellow Stone National Park, WY, Hot Springs, Pools and Wildlife

Famous for its dramatic canyons alpine rivers, lush forest, hot springs and gushing geysers.  

Best time to visit:  Early June or September to beat the influx of campers and sightseers.

Things to do:

  • Go hike to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
  • Go on a wild safari
  • See an incredible waterfall and two geysers along the hike of the Grand loop Road.
  • Soak up and marvel at the world’s biggest Hot springs.

Must go/see Places:  Basalt Columns like “Rock Fence Posts”, natural bridge or arc, Yellowstone Petrified Forest, Historic Yellowstone’s Super Volcano, or visit the Devil’s tower National Monument in Wyoming.

Place to stay: Lake Hotel

Things to eat: authentic Bison Sirloin burgers, steak, salads, and sandwiches.

3. Connemara Ireland, Famed for its Wild Natural Beauty

Famous for: its natural terrain and unspoiled environment like beautiful spring flowers, buds on the trees, newborn lambs, and warm welcoming, friendly, and hospitable people.

Best time to visit: all seasons

Things to do:

  • You can try your hand at everything from abseiling to zipping wire, archery to raft building and surfing
  • You can go for horse riding, golf, cycling and walking.
  • You can also try water-based activities like kayaking, scuba diving, and ride a glass bottomed boat.

Must go/see Places: Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden, Connemara Garden, Cloonamore Loop, Inagh Valley and Kylemore, Connemara Marble, Connemara National Park, Inishbofin Island and Leenane and Killary Harbour

Place to stay: Clifden Town Hostel

Things to eat: Ireland local cuisine

4. Lake Tahoe, California, “America’s best lake”

Famous for: for being the largest alpine lake in North America and for it’s all year long activities like, in the summer go out on the lake and in the winter, go up the mountain for skiing

Best time to visit: The best times to visit Lake Tahoe are from March to May and from September to November

Things to do:

In summer – go for swimming, kayaking, and windsurfing, ride a gondola for sightseeing and zip line and aerial adventure.

In winter – go for skiing, ride a gondola for sightseeing and zip line and aerial adventure.

Must go/see places: Emerald Bay State Park, Vikingsholm, Donner Memorial State Park and Emigrant Trail Museum, Taylor Creek Visitor Center, Mt. Tallac, D.L. Bliss State Park, Adventure Mountain and Pope Beach.

Place to stay:  Resort at Squaw Creek

5. Tuscany, Italy, Culturally Rich and Romantic

Famous for its stunning scenery, landscape, splendid ancient villas, massive mountains and numerous rivers. It is also packed with some of the world’s Renaissance-era art and architecture.

Best time to visit: between late September and October and between April and May for comfortable temperatures and fewer crowds.

Things to do:

  • Visit Palazzo Vecchio for an insight into the history of Florence through art and sculptures
  • Visit the Uffizi Gallery and bask in the magnificent Renaissance art, featuring Botticelli, Titian, Michelangelo and da Vinci.
  • Climb to the top of Manga Tower to get an excellent view of the city and a bird’s eye view of Piazza del Campo
  • Take a picture pretending to prop up the leaning tower
  • Marvel in the sculptures inside Capella Sanservo. Hike Sentiero degli dei, “The Path of the Gods”.

Must go/see places: Florence, Pisa, Naples, Volterra, Siena, Arezzo, Cortona and San Gimignano.

Place to stay:  The Lodge at Sea Island

6. Banff, Canada, Commune with Nature

Famous for its unparalleled mountain scenery nestled in the heart of the magnificent Canadian Rockies, the emerald waters of Lake Louise, the flower-filled heavens at Sunshine Meadows, and the Icefields Parkway.

Best time to visit:  Summer or Winter

Things to do:

  • Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and many other water sports on Lake Louise and Moraine Lake.
  • Golfing, hiking, bird-watching, mountain climbing, fishing, would be exciting too!
  • Go skiing or snowboarding at Sunshine Village and Lake Louise Ski Area.
  • Take guided tours for rock climbing, ice climbing, white water rafting, hiking and wildlife safaris.
  • Watch the breathtaking scenery while riding the Banff Gondola
  • Take a hike down the Great Divide.
  • Relax in the hot springs.
  • Check out Dancing Sasquatch at night. It’s an unusual nightclub, with a mineshaft entrance that gives way to an open dance floor surrounded by trees.

Must go/see places: Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, Bow Valley Parkway and Icefields Parkway, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise Ski Area, Great Divide and Sunshine Meadows

Place to stay:  Paradise Lodge and Bungalows 

7. Grand Canyon, Arizona, Arizona’s Natural Wonder

Famous for its magnificent and inarguably beautiful Landmark the “Grand Canyon”. It is the United State 15th oldest national park. A natural wonder that you simply have to see to believe. Stretching 277 miles from end to end, steep, rocky walls descend more than a mile to the canyon’s floor, where the wild Colorado River traces a swift course southwest. Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size, powerful and stunning landscape.

Best time to visit:  The best times to visit the Grand Canyon are March through May and September through November when daytime temperatures begin to cool and the crowds begin to thin.

Things to do:

  • Explore the Grand Canyon walls over the white water rapids of the Colorado River.
  • Hike up on any of the many trails throughout the park.
  •  Take a hot air balloon ride over the canyon for a lifelong memory.
  • Hear about the history and culture of the Hualapai people. Look for local wildlife while enjoying lunch along the banks of the river.
  • Continue through the Grand Canyon on a smooth water ride viewing the towering canyon from a unique perspective
  • Complete your adventure with a helicopter flight up to the top of Grand Canyon West, home of the Skywalk.

Must go/see places: Havasupai Falls, South Rim of Grand Canyon, Cape Royal Trail, Horseshoe Bend, Toroweap Overlook

Place to stay:  Yavapai Lodge

8. Fiji, blue lagoons, and palm-lined beaches

Famous for its stunning beaches, beautiful warm climate, and its unique relaxed island atmosphere. You won’t be able to escape the friendliness of the Fijian people or the sheer natural beauty – swaying palms and warm, clear water. This is the location where Tom Hanks became a Cast Away, and Brook Shields was made famous in Blue Lagoon.

Best time to visit: from April to May and October to November are the best months for Fiji.

Things to do:

  • Experience total relaxation at the Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool.
  • Satisfy your sense of adventure as you charge down thundering rivers in an inflatable raft or along rugged terrain in an off road buggy
  • Enjoy the panoramic view as you parasail over the calm South Pacific Ocean, or turn up the thrill factor and take a bird’s eyes view of the Islands.
  • Visit the nearby village and immerse yourself in the rich culture and explore ancient sites.
  • Take a gentle snorkel from shore to explore the vibrant coral reefs.

Must go/see places: the islands of Yasawa Islands, Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Suva, Lau Group, Kadavu, Denarau Island, Lomaiviti Group, Mamanuca Islands, Pacific Harbour / Beqa, Nadi,Coral Coast.

Place to stay: Treasure Island Resort

9. Jackson Hole, WY, Ski Resort

Famous for its National Park Wildlife Safaris and adrenaline-producing expert terrain.

Things to do:

  • Go fishing and kayaking
  • Spend a day Horseback riding through some of the most beautiful landscape of Wyoming.
  • Take a tour at Jackson hole and behold amazing vistas on a scenic ride, or explore on your own with a self –guided tour this summer
  • Lace up your boots and hit the trail on your own or enjoy a guided hike with a local biologist who will tell you about the natural history and flora& fauna of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.

Best Time to Visit: it depends on your preferred adventure. Summer months are peak tourist season for hiking, mountain biking, fly-fishing, and horseback riding. The wildlife is most active during spring months, and autumn boasts the changing colors of the trees. For skiing and snowboarding, the winter months are the peak time, and visitors during the holidays can catch sleigh rides and showers of fireworks over the ski runs.

Must go/see places: Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National park, and the National Elk Refuge.

Place to stay: Four Seasons Resorts and Residences

10. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Most Famous Water Falls in the World

Famous for its magnificent and dramatic thundering of the falls. Niagara Falls has really stepped up as an action-packed vacation spot. Mesmerize as the frothy water tumble at an alarming speed. It is also believed that the falling waters generate negative ions, which create natural endorphins making people fall deeper in love and serves as an aphrodisiac.

Best time to visit: The best weather in Niagara typically occurs from mid-May until mid-September. The peak season is during the months of July and August. The first few weeks of September are very nice if you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy the warm temperature.

Things to do:

  • Take a boat ride to see Niagara Falls up close.
  • Spend a morning playing at their award-winning golf courses, and in the afternoon sipping Chardonnay on a Niagara wine tour and in the evening enjoy a candlelit dinner at Fallsview restaurant
  • Go hike through Niagara Glen Nature Areas.
  • You may want to relax at a spa or enjoy a Niagara sightseeing tour.
  • A romantic kiss at the Niagara Falls fireworks is the perfect ending to any evening.

Must go/see places: Niagara Falls, Cave of the winds, Niagara Glen Nature Areas, Niagara Sky Wheel.

Places to stay: Sheraton On the Falls Hotel 


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