There’s no better way to get some quality time with your special someone than by taking a vacation. If you are planning a couple’s getaway, consider one of these romantic destinations for a truly memorable trip.
1. Sayulita, Mexico
Sun, sand, and epic surf – Sayulita has it all! This charming beach town is the perfect base for exploring the area, but it also has plenty to offer itself if you’d rather relax and not venture too far. Wander the colorful streets, indulge in some retail therapy, or grab a cocktail (or shot of tequila) at one of the numerous bars. There is so much for couples to do here and it’s impossible not to be happy in this Mexican destination.
2. New York City
Ah, the Big Apple. The mere mention of this city conjures images of great food, great shows, and great attractions. Make every night of your vacation ‘date night’ with shows on Broadway, strolls through Central Park, visits to one of the many art galleries, or dining out at any of the fabulous food establishments. This city has a buzz that makes you feel alive and will absolutely inject some energy into your relationship.
When it comes to romance, you can’t go wrong with Italy. We’ve listed the entire country as it’s simply impossible to narrow it down to one single spot! Whether it’s learning about history in Rome, experiencing culture in Florence, or sipping Limoncello while taking in the views on the Amalfi Coast, there’s something about Italy that is simply enchanting. It’s the perfect country to experience with someone special. The best part? It’s open to US travelers now!
4. Big Island, Hawaii
Looking for a destination closer to home? Big Island, Hawaii has something for everyone. It’s got all of the things you’d expect of a tropical island (blue waters, sunshine, sandy beaches), plus so much more. Kona is a delightful spot for anyone wanting a romantic resort stay, however, couples seeking something a bit more adventurous should definitely hire a car and head around the island. Exploring the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will be an unforgettable bonding experience, and you won’t want to miss out on some of the spectacular waterfalls and lush rainforest.
5. The Serengeti, Tanzania
If you’re willing to head a bit further from the beaten track, it doesn’t get more romantic than a safari in the Serengeti. Spend your days sharing the excitement of spotting wild animals in their natural habitat, and the nights stargazing at a sky that is uninterrupted by artificial light. It’s the perfect way to recharge and reset for any nature-loving couple. There’s also something special about African culture and experiencing it together is sure to make you feel even closer to one another.
6. Pacific Coast, California
California is known for its sprawling, white sand beaches and stunning coastline, and the Pacific Coast highlights some of the best that the state has to offer. What better way to get some quality time with your loved one than by taking a road trip? Grab some snacks, prepare a playlist, and take in the views while you make the most of many uninterrupted hours where you can chat and enjoy each other’s company
No list of romantic getaway destinations would be complete without the Maldives and for good reason. Idyllic overwater bungalows, sparkling, turquoise waters, and warm weather all year round – this is paradise at its finest! Perfect for the couple seeking luxury and relaxation, you’re guaranteed to fall in love all over again.
Whether you’re looking to put the spark back in your relationship or simply nurture your existing connection, a couple’s getaway to any of these destinations will help you to make lasting memories with your loved one. All you need to do is pick a place, book a flight, and enjoy the romance!
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