New York City Honeymoons
Whether you've been to the Big Apple dozens of time or are considering your first visit, you'll never run out of things to do. From well-known Broadway shows to hidden wine bars and cafes, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience in New York.
The falls at Niagara are not just pretty, they're staggering. The sound is deafening; the misty winds are fierce; and the entire park brims with natural wonders. Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in America, and 6 million cubic feet of water gush over the crest of its falls every minute. Guides are full of crazy stories about people toppling over the falls in barrels, and hikes around the area can bring encounters with towering trees and unusual birds.
San Francisco Honeymoons
San Francisco wins the hearts of travelers for many reasons. Hills rise and drop everywhere you look. Huge parks share space with skyscrapers and incredibly ornate, bay-windowed Victorian homes. Cable cars rattle over the streets. The Golden Gate Bridge appears around practically every corner -- as does the ocean, surrounding the city on three sides. San Fran is urban without being overwhelming, combining big-time sophistication with the laid-back, dressed-down attitude of the rest of the West Coast.
USA + Canada
Not only does a US or Canadian honeymoon provide ease of travel (staying local means you do not need a passport!), it can also provide exciting options for couples on a budget.
Think all those movies based in New York are really shot there? Think again. Hollywood studios have been known to use Vancouver when in need of the venerable East Coast backdrop. Now, couples looking for a multicultural, cosmopolitan getaway are taking their cue. And it's no surprise -- with a dramatic skyline backed by majestic peaks, Vancouver has become a romantic metropolis brimming with cultural attractions, shops and boutiques, world-class restaurants, and adventure.
Walt Disney World Honeymoons
It's no coincidence that thousands of couples seek out Walt Disney World each year. On the menu is a huge selection of rollicking rides, jaw-dropping shows, festive parades, theme restaurants, a bustling nightlife, and -- if you know where they are -- a few truly romantic spots. You can even split your time between the park and a high-seas cruise on Disney Cruise Line, which offers stops in The Bahamas and Castaway Cay, Disney's private island.
Abundant slopes and a super-long season have helped Whistler rank as one of the top-rated North American ski resorts and have earned it the honor of hosting part of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Rent a slope-side chalet in this skier's paradise, and you can simply wake up, pop on you skis, and hit the slopes. With roaring fireplaces and skiing from November to August, this easily accessible destination is a great choice for the active and the cuddly