Let’s face it– weddings are expensive, and to top it off, you then have to pay for a honeymoon! Many couples often feel pressured to spend a crazy amount on their honeymoon and because of this, end up not enjoying it nearly half as much as they should. When planning your honeymoon, make sure you and your new spouse decide on a budget together, that way there are no surprises when you actually have to pay for it!
If the idea of spending a ton of money, simply to lay on a beach for a week isn’t your idea of a good time, you should consider exploring Canada! Yep, that’s right, our awesome country has some really great honeymoon locations that won’t break the pocket book! Here are five awesome honeymoon locations across Canada that you really should consider if you’re up for a little adventure!
When you think honeymoon, you might not think about fishing boats and lobster… but you should. Rent a car and tour the East Coast of Canada, emulating the slow, relaxing vibe that the Maritimes have to offer. Plus, eat all the seafood.
Jasper National Park
A little less busy than Banff National Park, Jasper offers breath taking views, awesome hiking and some great restaurants. Plus, if you visit during shoulder season, you can avoid the crowds, save some $ and soak up some alone time in the mountains.
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Bruce Peninsula National Park
With water so clear and turquoise, you’ll forget you’re in Canada! Explore this beautiful part of Canada by camping, hiking and swimming your way through your honeymoon with your sweetie.
Great restaurants and inspired nightlife wait for you in la Vieux Quebec. Cozy up in a cute Bed and Breakfast then hit the town, take in the history and spend your afternoon sipping coffee and people watching.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Spend your mornings by the water and your afternoons biking to wineries. Prince Edward County is lesser known than Niagara on the Lake but every bit as beautiful. The perfect place for picturesque scenery, great food and lots to do!
When planning your honeymoon, the most important thing to remember is to plan a trip that you and your new spouse will enjoy and remember forever. It should reflect the two of you as a couple and highlight things you want to do regardless of what other people think. Make sure you sit down with your partner and decide together where you want to go and how much you want to spend. Happy travels!