Our nation’s national parks provide the perfect backdrop for a one-of-a-kind honeymoon. With dozens to choose from, there is something for everyone. Start by checking out our recommendations of the best national parks to visit on your honeymoon.
Stay in Miami and take a daytrip to Biscayne National Park. The park is known for its water activities including fishing and snorkeling. Camping opportunities are also available if you and your partner prefer staying in the great outdoors.
Grand Teton National Park offers different activities by season. Visit during the colder months for skiing and the warmer months for hiking. Stay at Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa or Hotel Terra, each a short distance from the park.
This park is a perfect destination for the couple looking for natural beauty and luxury. Book a stay at the 5-star Blackberry Farm, known for its fine dining and spa. The park offers plenty of hiking trails for novice and advanced hikers.
Nestled among the Sequoia trees in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, Yosemite offers romantic views of natural landscapes. Nearby luxury accommodations include Tenaya Lodge, The Majestic Yosemite Hotel and Chateau de Sureau.
Dream of seeing polar bears and reindeer up close and personal? Then board a Poseidon Expeditions Arctic cruise. Poseidon Expeditions offers two different itineraries that both allow you to see polar bears and reindeers aplenty, including the Arctic Wildlife Safari itinerary and the Best of Svalbard itinerary.
Oaxaca is, without a doubt, a city so impressive one must experience it firsthand to understand its splendor. It is an incomparable place that will leave you in awe of its cultural wealth, a place that invites you to experience the extraordinary. In this light, Posadas celebrates the opening of Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca, an irresistible option for enjoying this magnificent state in an exclusive and fascinating way.
With rising concerns over the structural integrity and preservation of ancient cities and sites that are seeing record numbers of tourists descend upon their fragile grounds, local organizations and governments have taken measures to do what they can to protect their centuries- (sometimes millennia-) old environments so generations to come can enjoy the same magical scenery as their ancestors. Some destinations have gone as far as to dissuade visitors from coming in the first place, and those locales comprise Fodor’s annual “No-Go” list, a yearly list of cities and/or specific tourist attractions that don’t want to see an increasing number of travelers this year. Here are the spots that made the list for 2020.