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7 honeymoon destinations in the USA



By Sanhati Banerjee

Here's a list of 7 honeymoon destination in the USA and a comprehensive Tour Plan telling you how to do the honeymoon, what to see, how to have a gala time, et al. Basically, there's a whole universe out there dotted with amazing geographical, natural and cultural diversity. Read on to know which is the place for you and your sweetheart for your American honeymoon!

From a taste of world-famous nightlife at Vegas to mountain biking at Jackson Hole; from romancing in nationak park lodges in Grand Canyon, Arizona to an African-American historical tour in Savannah; from waterfall romance in Wisconsin to an island tour in Florida and many more, there are diverse ways of celebrating your American honeymoon. Here’s all you wanted to know about it.


1. Maui, Hawaii
Whether you’re staying in Maui for the weekend or for an extended vacation, find an itinerary of must-see and must-do attractions and activities to fit your schedule.
1-3 Days:
Your time may be short but there’s never a rush on Maui. Head to West Maui and spend your day on Kaanapali Beach. Watch the sunset cliff diving ceremony before you head to Lahaina. Learn about this historic town while you shop, dine and take in some Maui nightlife. If it’s whale-watching season (December-May) go out on an unforgettable whale-watching excursion. Then take a drive up the slopes of Upcountry Maui for incredible Maui views. Continue up the winding road up to Haleakala National Park. Watch the sunset from nearly 10,000 feet to cap off your short stay on the Valley Isle.


2. Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Day 1: After arriving at the hotel drop off your bags and hit the town. Take a walk to the town square and enjoy strolling the streets and visiting some of the local shops. If you want to get some exercise and a better view of town hike up Snow King Mountain for a better view. Enjoy watching the sunset over the Tetons from the deck at the Panorama House.
If you decide to forgo the hike, we would suggest going out to eat. A few of the local favourites are Merry Piglets (try their Big Pig Margarita if you dare!), Thai Me Up (their Masaman Curry is out of this world and their Thaigrita is delicious!), Snake River Brew Pub (Snake River Lager and a pulled pork sandwich, need I say more?), and Billys Giant Hamburgers (served with waffle fries in a diner setting!). If you crave something sweet after dinner head back to the town square to have some ice cream at Moos.
Jackson’s night life scene does not provide many options and is unfortunately rather predictable. Sunday-through-Thursday the Cadillac Grille offers two for one drinks in their bar area from 5-to-7pm. On Friday and Saturday nights, they have a late night happy hour from 10-pm-to-12pm. Needless to say, this is where the majority of the young adults on a budget and a diet of PBR go. Late night happy hour is usually packed, so get there before 10pm if you hope to have a table or place to sit at the bar. Located next to the Cadillac is the infamous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. There is always a $5 cover charge at night, though it can be more depending on the band. The bar stools are saddles and the bar is full of inlaid silver dollars. This is a fun place to grab a drink and people watch or dance to Western music. Across the street is the Town Square Tavern. The tavern boasts of pool tables and shuffleboard as well as live entertainment every weekend, from DJs to live bands. There is typically a cover charge on weekends. The dark, spacious bar is a popular destination late in the night. After you have your fill of late night entertainment, head back to the hotel and rest up.
Day 2: Today is your own adventure day. Below listed a variety of outdoor activities to choose from. Pick and choose the ones that best fit your ideal vacation.
Go Whitewater Rafting
There are plenty of rafting companies to choose from. The biggest rapid on the river is a Class 4 so for maximum strokes opt for the 8 man raft down instead of the 16. It’s a wet and wild adventure that will take up about four hours of your day. Typically, there are four tours a day to choose from, so pick the one which will work best for your schedule.
Take a Hike
There are plenty of day hikes in the Grand Teton National Park. Most hikes take at least five hours, if not longer to complete.
Go Mountain Biking
There are plenty of trails in the Jackson area, and the great thing about them is that they are short enough that they can take only an hour to three hours if you want them to. Downhill mountain biking at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a lot of fun. Especially if you enjoy jumps and berms.
Go Paragliding
Take off from the summit of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort at 10,450 feet and soar high above the mountains out into the valley. Jackson Hole Paragliding operates trips daily from Teton Village.
After a day full of activities head to the rodeo, which takes place at the fairgrounds every Wednesday and Saturday night at 7pm. So there you have it, an action packed 2-days in Jackson Hole.


3. Savannah
There are so many fun activities to do, it is very difficult to cram everything into two days. But if you are persistent and determined you could spend a lifetime in historic Savannah and still not discover all of its secrets, but this guide hits the high points that will guarantee the city stays with you long after your bid farewell. From historic attractions to the best meals in town, the list below will help make this a one-of-a-kind adventure you won’t forget.
Explore – Take a Tour
Generalised tours point out the major historic attractions, like the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, City Market and the Telfair Museums that you may want to visit later. Or take a specialized tour — there are many that cater to specific interests, from the African-American experience in Savannah to the city’s culinary tradition. Jump on a trolley— and read up on various special-interest experiences — at the Savannah Visitors Information Center.
Absorb the Culture at the Museum
Spend an afternoon wandering the Telfair Museums, comprised of the Telfair Academy (19th and 20th century art), the Jepson Center for the Arts (contemporary art, as well as the kid-friendly interactive ArtZeum) and the Owens-Thomas House (a historic home). Three-site admission is available for one-time entry to all three museums, allowing you to browse one today, and leave the rest for tomorrow.
Wander City Market
Originally the trading center for Savannah, today, this area houses a collection of cafés, restaurants and local shops. At one end of City Market is Ellis Square, where local artists often offer impromptu performances, and where its fountain provides plenty of cooling-off opportunities for any kid (or kids at heart) in your group.
Unwind – Head to the Islands
The beautiful beaches of Tybee Island, only 14 miles away from downtown Savannah, provide a perfect way to relax after a morning of sightseeing. On the way, stop by Fort Pulaski National Monument, used during the Civil War. Musket and cannon displays often occur during the day; check the website for specific demonstrations.
Browse Broughton Street
This thoroughfare is dotted with unique shops and galleries. Need a pick-me-up? Stop by The Tea Room, for an authentic afternoon tea experience, or, if you’re feeling like a sweet treat, head to Leopold’s Ice Cream for one of their famous cones.
Go on a Pub Tour
Get the history of the city (including its appropriate-for-after-dark ghost stories) and soak up the atmosphere while you sip some of the city’s favorite libations. Tours are available by bike, foot or trolley—head to the Visitor Information Center to find more information and to book your own.
Eat on the Water
Either choose a River Street eatery where you can enjoy the Savannah riverfront during your meal, or set sail on a Savannah Riverboat cruise that’ll give you a unique—and unforgettable—view of the city.
Lunch on Lowcountry Cuisine
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room — only opened on weekdays, and only takes cash or check — is legendary among locals for its family-style meals that consist of Southern staples like fried chicken, biscuits and okra. No reservations taken, but foodies in the know line up for the 11 a.m. opening.
Enjoy Dinner with a Side of History
45 Bistro is housed in the historic hotel-turned-Civil War hospital, the Marshall House. 17 Hundred 90 Restaurant was built in, you guessed it, 1790! And The Olde Pink House was built in 1789. All of these spots are well-known for their food and for the occasional ghost sightings—so keep your eyes peeled to spot some citizens of Savannah’s past.


4. Grand Canyon, Arizona
The mile-deep chasm carved by the Colorado River is 277 miles long and up to 18 miles wide in places—making the views more like looking down on an ancient, multihued mountain range.
Here you’ll find the main Visitor Centre, a cluster of shops, and six lodges led by the grand old El Tovar, the park’s main man-made wonder. Built by Hopi craftsmen in 1905 from native stone and ponderosa pine logs, it is considered the crown jewel of all the other national park lodges, offering edge-of-the-world views and the best food in the park.
Guided mule rides go down to Plateau Point and back in a day, or you can hike the Bright Angel Trail that runs 9.3 miles to Phantom Ranch (a no-frills lodge with dorm rooms by the river, the only accommodation available below the rim). The more scenic South Kaibab Trail gets less foot traffic. Even the easy and mostly paved Rim Trail is hardly taxing, but with views that will leave you breathless. The canyon’s North Rim, a 210-mile drive from Flagstaff (although only about 10 to 12 miles away from the South Rim as the crow flies), is less popular though no less awe-inspiring. It’s also 1,000 feet higher and therefore cooler. The stone-and-log Grand Canyon Lodge here, built in 1937, offers views from two flagstone porches and the octagonal Sun Room. As on the South Rim, many short trails lead to various overlooks, and the North Kaibab trail runs 14 miles down to Phantom Ranch.
Two hundred and fifty driving miles west of the South Rim in the Hualapai Indian Reservation is the exhilarating 70-foot glass-bottomed Grand Canyon Skywalk, which juts out 4,000 feet above the canyon floor.
The best way to get a true sense of the sheer size and grandeur of the canyon is to take a raft ride through it on the Colorado River. Options include motorboats, oar-powered boats and rafts, and the trip can take two days or as long as you like. Either way it’s one to tell the grandchildren about, as you explore ruins in side canyons, swim in waterfalls and brave gigantic rapids that can reach Class V.


5. Las Vegas

When you visit Las Vegas, you certainly won’t be lacking in things to do. But the sheer enormity of the city and its laundry list of sights, attractions, restaurants, shows, recreation, and other activities could leave even the most intrepid traveler feeling a little overwhelmed.
The itineraries in this section are designed to help narrow the big list down a little while maximising your time. This way you can spend less energy planning and more simply having fun. Each has a theme, but you can always mix and match to create your perfect Las Vegas getaway.
Instead of a step-by-step tour, the itineraries are broken down by morning, afternoon, and nighttime activities with multiple suggestions for each, again allowing you to customise your vacation in a way that makes sense for you.
The itineraries outlined here are for adults:–
If You Have 1 Day – Spend most of the day casino hopping. These are buildings like no other (thank goodness). Each grandiose interior tops the last. You’ll want to see as much as you can of CityCenter and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, both of which are enough eye candy to last you for your entire trip. But also be sure to see Wynn Las Vegas, The Venetian, Bellagio, The Mirage, Treasure Island, Paris Las Vegas, Caesars Palace (including The Forum Shops and the talking statues), New York-New York, MGM Grand, and the exteriors of Excalibur and Luxor. Then at night, take a drive down the Strip. As amazing as all this is during the day, you just can’t believe it at night. Aside from just the Strip itself, there are Bellagio’s water fountains, which “perform” to various musical numbers, the dreadful (and even though it’s free, still not worth the money) sexy sirens vs. pirate battle at Treasure Island, and the volcano explosion next door at The Mirage. Eat at a buffet and have a drink at the top of the Stratosphere, goggling at the view from the tallest building west of the Mississippi (and leap off the top with SkyJump if you are so inclined and/or insane). Oh, and maybe you should gamble a little, too.
If You Have 2 Days – Do more of the above, as you may not have covered it all. Then head off to the Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage, which is worth a look in that it’s unexpectedly not Las Vegas. At night, take in a show. We think KÀ, O, and Mystère, productions from the avant-garde Cirque du Soleil, are the finest in Vegas, but there are plenty to choose from, including a selection of Broadway babies, such as Phantom, and headliners galore, including Céline Dion, Barry Manilow, and Garth Brooks. Though buffets are still the most Vegas-appropriate food experience, genuine haute cuisine by celebrity chefs has invaded the town and you should take advantage of it. Bartolotta, Sinatra, and Estiatoria Milos are our top choices (not to mention Joël Robuchon and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand, if you can afford the supreme pleasure), but you can’t go wrong with Alizé or Aureole, plus there are branches of Olives, Pinot Brasserie, and the Border Grill. More affordable, yet still fantastic, choices include Todd English P.U.B. and Hash House a Go-Go. Be sure to leave some time to go Downtown to check out the much more affordable casinos in the classic Glitter Gulch and to visit the Fremont Street Experience light show.
If You Have 3 Days – By now you’ve spent two days gambling and gawking. So take a break and drive out to Red Rock Canyon. The panoramic 13-mile scenic loop drive is best seen early in the morning, when there’s little traffic. If you’re so inclined, spend some time hiking here. If you want to spend the entire day out, bring lunch from nearby Red Rock Resort, and then do a stop at nearby Bonnie Springs Ranch, where you can enjoy a guided trail ride into the desert wilderness or enjoy the silliness at Old Nevada.
If You Have 4 Days or More – Plan a tour to Hoover Dam. Leave early in the morning, returning to Las Vegas after lunch via Valley of Fire State Park, stopping at the Lost City Museum in Overton en route. Alternatively, you can rest up by spending the day by the hotel pool or going to the hotel spa. At night, presumably refreshed and purged of toxins, hit the casinos and/or catch another show. There are lots of non-Cirque, nondiva shows that you haven’t seen, such as the laugh-out-loud observations of Rita Rudner, or there is the arty weirdness of the Blue Man Group, or Jubilee! if your trip won’t be complete without a topless revue. You can also feast at dinner, because you certainly haven’t tried all there is. There is some great work being done by restaurants not associated with brand-name chefs, such as Raku Grill and Andre’s.
As you plan any additional days, consider excursions to other nearby attractions, such as Lake Mead and the Grand Canyon. Inquire about interesting possibilities at your hotel’s tour desk.


6. Wisconsin
With a beautiful fall backdrop, and just enough chill in the air to cozy up closer, fall is a great time for romance. Whether you’re popping the question or reigniting the flame, Wisconsin’s romantic destinations will help set the mood. Here are our five picks for love-ly getaways to make the most of the season:
La Crosse
Take your sweetheart to the Sweet Shop, a classic 1920s candy store and ice cream parlor, and share a sundae in one of the little blue booths. Next, score scenic views of the Mississippi Valley, the city, and the fall colors at Grandad Bluff. Impress your date with dinner at the Waterfront Restaurant & Tavern, with its piano bar and more Mississippi views. Then settle in at the historic Bentley-Wheeler Bed & Breakfast, and look forward to a bountiful breakfast basket in the morning.
Rhinelander
Hold hands under the stars at the Kovac Planetarium, the largest mechanical globe planetarium in the world, then take a stroll along the boardwalks through Almon Park, where the wetland trail leads to a vista of Buck Lake. Take in more lake views – this time of Town Line Lake – over dinner at the Fireside Supper Club. Then treat yourself and your beloved to a stay at the beautiful Queen Anne-style Cranberry Hill Bed & Breakfast.
Sheboygan & Sheboygan Falls
Be awed by the drama of Lake Michigan with a walk together along the Lakefront Promenade.
Try Trattoria Stefano for a locally sourced, authentic Italian dinner before taking in a show at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, a beautifully restored 1928 theater. End your special day at one of the Rochester Inn’s luxurious two-story suites.
Delavan
Start your day together with a visit to the beautiful and serene Congdon Gardens, then head to the Staller Estate Winery for wine tasting and vineyard views. Check in to the Lake Lawn Resort & Calladora Spa, where, among the many attractive amenities, you can enjoy fine “American Heartland Cuisine” at the Frontier Restaurant.
Stevens Point
Woo your date in the wonderful woods of Stevens Point Sculpture Park, where a trail leads through 20 acres of diverse art installations. Spoil yourselves with a trip to the Wellness Spa before dinner at the sophisticated and stunning @1800 Restaurant. Afterwards, absorb the unique ambience of A Victorian Swan on Water, a Travel Green Wisconsin Certified B&B.


7. Florida
Beautiful settings, romantic resorts, intimate dinners...If this is your idea of romance, do explore Amelia Island.
Amelia Island Amour:
Day One: Head to Amelia Island, a 13-mile-long spit of land where Fernandina Beach’s 19th-century shipping village and Victorian B&Bs conjure up romance in an instant.
One of the good accommodation options is at Seventh and Cedar Streets, the palatial Fairbanks House, a four-story, 8,000-square-foot Italianate villa built in 1885. It’s a three-room suite with private entrance with a fireplace, private porch, and bathroom with a whirlpool-for-two.
Now grab bicycles and head for the historic downtown. Do try some delicious chocolate-covered popcorn at Fernandina’s Fantastic Fudge on Centre Street, do ride alongside the river and brightly hued Victorian houses.
Day Two: Begin the day by heading off on a fossil hunting expedition for sharks teeth at Omni Amelia Island Plantation.
For romance straight out of a paperback novel, drive to Kelly Seahorse Ranch to ride horseback on the beach. Walk the quiet shoreline to enjoy together the breathtaking views I’d just witnessed.
Later, we stroll to Le Clos for dinner; this French restaurant is set in a tiny yellow cottage complete with a white picket fence. Relish the fresh local fish on the menu and rich chocolate cake.
Day Three: Head to kayak trip in the beautiful salt marshes of the area. Take helps of local guides to know about local wildlife.

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