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Kevin Ferguson

The Best Vacation Ideas for Couples

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If you and your significant other are planning on taking a vacation, there are a few destinations and activities you might want to explore together. Whether you’re up for an exciting high-adrenaline adventure or a relaxing and romantic weekend, there’s an entire world for both of you to see and experience. Traveling as a couple means you’ll get to create new life memories together. Spend quality time on vacation as you see new sights and explore new cities. Stay in a treehouse, have dinner on the shore, or learn more about the history and culture in your area. If you’re unsure what to do, here are some great vacation ideas for couples.

Book a glass igloo to watch the Northern Lights in Finland.img

If you and your partner love star-gazing, there’s no better place to wish upon the stars than a glass igloo in Finland. Because the Arctic wilderness doesn’t have as much light pollution as you’d find in a typical city, it’s a great place to admire nature and see the stars. Resorts located high above the Arctic Circle give you both privacy and stunning scenery. You might even get lucky enough to witness the Northern Lights from your sleeping quarters!

Plan an exciting beach getaway for some sand and surf.

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Do you and your partner love the beach? From the shores of San Diego to Waikiki, plan a weekend getaway and book some surfing lessons! Take a private lesson from an expert instructor or admire the Pacific Ocean as you relax on the sand. There’s something incredibly healing about listening to the sound of the waves crashing, and it’s even better when you share those moments with a loved one. Dine on fresh seafood and get some much-needed sun.

Stay in an enchanting hotel in the castle capital of Wales.

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Live your best storybook fairytale by visiting the castle capital of the world: Wales! Seriously, this nation has over 400 castles. One of the most spectacular castles in the Caernarfon, which has been around since 1283. It’s no wonder tourists love to see this medieval wonder. You’ll both feel as if you’re entering an entirely different time period. You can even book accommodations at a castle hotel for a grandiose stay.

Take a historic road trip in the Southern United States.

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The Southern United States is jam-packed full of history and culture. And road trips are an excellent way for you and your partner to explore what’s in your backyard! Hit the Mississippi Blues Trail and learn all about legends in the industry. Visit different sites with historical significance, and enjoy the variety of food and culture you’ll witness in this region of the US. Plus, road trips are a great way to bond and learn more about each other.

Pamper yourselves in an opulent resort in Dubai.

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This is for couples who love to splurge and enjoy luxurious international experiences. Dubai is home to mega-mansions, penthouses, and supercars. It can be expensive to visit, but it also makes for an unrivaled experience. Away from the bustling city, you can find luxurious spas. Try a traditional Turkish bath or soak in a tub full of honey and camel milk. Together, you and your partner can relax and peacefully enjoy each other’s company.

Sharing new travel experiences allows you and your partner to build a solid bond. While there may be some ups and downs, it’s an excellent way for your compatibility to come into play. So, take some time off and get outside your comfort zone! Have fun, relax, and enjoy each other’s company with these vacation ideas for couples.

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Kevin Ferguson
Staff Writer

Kevin Ferguson is a staff writer with E-Writer. He has a double undergraduate degree in business and journalism from Howard University, and then went on to pursue his graduate degree from University of Washington where he met editor-in-chief of E-Writer, Grace Blair. Kevin is a writer, editor, and community activist. He regularly contributes to progressive journalists online, and has contributed to the Huffington Post and the Washington Post.

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