When it comes to taking a vacation with your partner, you always want to make sure the location is romantic and beautiful.
Although you might feel tempted to spend most of your time fooling around in your hotel or resort, there should be sites and scenes that make you want to kiss each other at the sight of them.
For the perfect romantic get-away for your Valentine’s Day plans, check out these cities and resorts.
If you’re looking for a tropical location for your Valentine’s Day destination, Bora Bora is the place to go. The island is located in the Pacific Ocean as a part of a chain of islands surrounding Tahiti. The island is known for its lagoon where you can find crystal clear waters and beautiful resorts.
While many might venture to Bora Bora for the aquatic life, the Four Seasons resort will have you wanting to stay inside all day long. This luxury resort is located on the water with steps and decks that lead straight into the sea.
After you and your partner have thoroughly enjoyed all the room has to offer, you might find yourselves ready to take a dip with a few animals. Swimming with the aquatic life is exceptionally popular on this small island, and if you’re daring enough to take a dip with a shark and a sting ray, your trip will become infinitely more exciting.
Denali National Park, Alaska
Some people might be interested in tropical areas as their romantic locations, but many of us like to go to a colder climate where it’s guaranteed we’ll need to cuddle for a bit of warmth. If you’re ditching the palm trees and warm waters for winter weather, Denali National Park in Alaska is the perfect location. For those who love to hike and walk along nature trails, this national park is perfect for you and your Valentine’s Day destination.
With the beautiful landscapes, dusk and dawn are two times of the day you’ll want to make sure you’re around for. The amazing plants and beautiful flowers are sure to get you in a romantic mood before you head back to your cozy cabin. And if you’re vacationing in style on a Princess cruise ship, you can take a beautiful clear glass trip to your lodgings.
Before you leave Denali National Park, make sure you visit the largest mountain in North America, Denali (formerly called Mount McKinley)!
Now we all know that vacations aren’t cheap, but when it comes to tropical destinations, Bora Bora is definitely on the pricier side of things. If you’re dying to take a dip in light blue waters, you might want to head to Fiji for your Valentine’s Day destination.
Located in the South Pacific, Fiji is a couple hundred miles off the coast of New Zealand. Even if you’re hoping to catch the warmer temperatures, you’d never have to worry because their temperatures even in the colder months average around 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
Similar to any tropical locations, you can trust that you’ll find an abundance of underwater activities to indulge in. For a getaway from the water, the botanical gardens in Suva are the perfect location for a personal stroll and a few stolen kisses along the paths.
Hot Springs in Japan/Idaho
You might be a fan of water, but you might not prefer it in the tropical capacity. For your romantic location for your Valentine’s Day destination, you might want to visit a hot spring. If you’re hoping to keep your trip within the continental US, Goldbug Hot Springs is the location for you. The area is surrounded by wildflowers and overlooks the hills and mountains that make up the skyline in Idaho.
For those who are trying to have a bit of international love, Japan is full of hot springs ready to turn the temperature up on your vacation. Pictured is the Oodaira Hot Spring in Yamagata, Japan. Unlike the Goldbug Hot Spring, many of the hot springs in Japan are facing beautiful green shrubbery that leaves you with a calming and soothing atmosphere – before you and your partner decide to turn the temperature up, of course!
The culture is thick in Kauai, Hawaii, but so is the romance! The beautiful scenery and attractions will definitely add a little love into your Valentine’s Day destination. While you might be tempted to do the classic activities like snorkeling and scuba diving, you’ll want to visit the attractions first.
You’ll find the Napali Cliffs, a waterfall that’s perfect for getting closer to your partner. If you’re still looking to float around, the Queen’s Bath is gorgeous tide pool that is slightly separated from the ocean.
Not only can you find delicious food and the distinct culture of the people, but you’ll definitely want to find your way to the beautiful Bamboo Forest.
While many of us hate the idea of being cliché, there is nothing wrong with it especially if it means visiting Paris, France. Paris isn’t nicknamed the “City of Love” for no reason. As the sun begins to set and the city lights up, there is something absolutely breathtaking about it, and who better to share the experience with than your partner?
There are so many places in this romantic city that you might find it hard to choose which ones to visit first. Kissing outside the Eiffel Tower is a must, but you’ll need to take a romantic trip down the waters of the Seine. Holding hands as your stroll down the Champ Elysees pass the Arc de Triomphe will put you in a flirty mood before you enjoy a dinner at a small and cozy café.
While you enjoy dinner and your other numerous meals, you’ll get to enjoy a few delicacies that seem perfect and ready made for you to feed to each other.
Instead of flying overseas, you might prefer to keep your romantic getaway continental. Although Paris is the ultimate “City of Love,” you can get the authentic feel of the city by traveling to Quebec. The French culture is thick in Quebec and you’ll find that French is their official language. While you won’t get to see the Eiffel Tower, Quebec City is a must-see. A romantic stroll down the popular Rue du Petit-Champlain will have you falling even more in love with your partner before you share a candlelit dinner at their authentic cafes.
The “love holiday” is coming up shortly and if you and your partner want to make a last minute decision to venture to a romantic location for your Valentine’s Day destination, these sites are the place to do it. Not only will you find beautiful scenery, delicious food, and distinct culture, but we have the sneaking suspicion that you’ll find even more love between you and your partner.
In the comments, let us know what your Valentine’s Day plans are! Will you be traveling or staying home with your beau?