Getting Married? Plan Your Honeymoon in Napa Valley
Today’s couples are more budget conscious about their weddings than ever before. If you’re getting married in the near future, you can probably relate. But, there’s no reason why you have to leave the country to have a romantic honeymoon. You can enjoy a quiet, intimate vacation right here in Napa Valley without having to spend thousands of dollars. In fact, more couples are choosing Napa Valley for proposals, weddings, anniversaries and honeymoons. Yes, it’s quite the charming place to be with your significant other! Here’s why:
Many hotels offer honeymoon packages for visiting couples. Napa Valley Hotel and Suites, for instance, offers queen and king size beds, marble vanities, tiled baths with Swedish massage showers and jacuzzi tubs. It’s everything you need to set the stage for a romantic honeymoon. If you don’t want to stay in a hotel, you can check out the many bed and breakfasts in the area. Just be sure that when you book a room, you tell them about your special event!
Activities for Couples
Couples in Napa Valley never fall short on activities to enjoy. Plus, most of them are geared toward adults, so you can enjoy a more relaxing experience. Some wineries offer private tours so that you and your partner can enjoy a quiet stroll through the vineyards. The Napa Valley Wine Train is also a blast, with several packages for couples to choose from. Other activities include dining, shopping, spas, golf, hiking, biking and hot air ballooning.
After your wedding day, all you’ll want to do is relax. Wine Country is all about slowing down and enjoying what the day has to offer. It won’t matter what time you wake up, and there’s nowhere to rush to. Most activities – wine tours, museums, spa days – are on your timeline, so you can enjoy your honeymoon at the pace you want. It won’t be long before the honeymoon days are over, so you might as well soak in the relaxation!
You don’t need a passport to come to Napa Valley. Depending on where you live, you may not even need to board a plan or deal with lost luggage. Most activities are not too touristy, so you won’t have to wait in long lines or deal with crowds of people. And, if you’re on the other side of the country, Napa Valley is a totally different environment. Everything that a honeymoon is meant to be can be enjoyed in Wine Country.