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Lesser Known Affordable Honeymoon Destinations In The United States

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A honeymoon is probably one of the most exciting trips taken off by newlyweds. After all, it is a first solo journey as an official couple and the mere thought of the whole trip makes you feel excited.

It is true that after a lavish wedding, pulling off an exotic honeymoon becomes problematic for most of the couples. And the main reason is the budget. But fret not, as the blog below uncovers some of the economical stateside locations in the United State of America. These destinations are not only are easy on the wallet but also boasts of picturesque terrains that in every way make your trip really eventful.

  1. Ogunquit
    Ogunquit has the perfect ingredients stirred in the right proportions to give you the best of a seaside vacation. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the warm waters and sandy beaches, cook up a cozy vacation for all couples who are looking for some privacy. Whether you want to catch a glimpse of whales or chase the sunrise on the East Coast, a trip to Ogunquit will never go waste. And if you are someone who is on a break from the crowd then book a gorgeous honeymoon suite or a small room at a bed and breakfast to enjoy the quality time together.
  2. St Augustine
    St Augustine is another destination in the USA which is famous fora sizzling potpourri of cultures. The sweet smell of jasmine, musicians playing melodies, cobblestone streets, illuminated mansions, and the sultry night air give the city a romantic vibe. While visiting the locale do take the tour of the ancient city through biking which will help you cover more grounds. Make a pause at the bank overlooking the Vilano bridge, go for vintage shopping on the streets or take a culinary tour at the Prohibition Kitchen and Carerra Wine Cellar to give a lovey-dovey twist to your vacation.
  3. Glacier National Park
    If lakes and meadows are more your things, then Glacier National Park is the one-stop destination for the post-wedding trip. With more than 1 million acres of land area, Montana Park is a fabulous location for spending time with your partner. You can either snuggle up in a tent on the campgrounds or hike a trail up to the Grinnell Glacier, in both cases the park will never disappoint you. In addition to this, there are 700 lakes, numerous waterfalls, and many lodges apt for taking a break from the daily grind in the park, making it a suitable location for honeymooners.
  4. Monterey
    The Monterey Peninsula has quite a different reputation from any other place in California. Packed with natural beauty from all around, the destination is best for either relaxing on the white pearly beaches of Carmel or opting to drive along the 17 mile Pacific Coastline. Apart from this one can also explore the Cannery Row, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, and Old Fisherman’s Wharf which is best for weaving memories of a lifetime.
  5. Outer Banks
    There are a few things as romantic as a honeymoon in the Outer Banks. With long stretches of sandy beaches, there are ample spots for enjoying a special moment together. Take a tour of the scenic lighthouses on the Eastern seaboard, enjoy seafood in the restaurants, or embark on an adventure together, a trip to the destination will be remembered forever.
  6. The Finger Lakes
    The Finger Lakes is also known as the outdoor playground of the USA. The area encompasses 11 lakes in 9,000 sq miles of land along with a burgeoning wine plantation. Apart from water sports, hikes, the place is also best for couples looking for relaxation. With scenic drives, rocky gorges, waterfalls, and museums showcasing history, the Finger Lakes is apt for couples looking for quality time together.
  7. Tuscon
    Tuscon is best for couples who are looking forward to escaping the cold weather. The sunny city has a multitude of attractions both historic and cultural. With colorful buildings, quaint surroundings, lip-smacking Mexican cuisine, the locale is a hotbed for honeymooners. While the restaurants add a contemporary flair, the University of Arizona pumps in a youthful spirit. For all those searching for wilderness, the Saguaro National Park in the Sonoran desert tops the list.

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Emma London is the Associate Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. She covers lists, rankings, economy, geopolitics, global banking, fintech, digitization of money, and the future of finance for CEOWORLD magazine. She’s also a member of the Board of Directors at the Global Business Policy Institute. Prior to that, Emma was the ultra-high net worth (UHNW) valuations subject matter expert at CEOWORLD magazine, mentoring research teams in valuations’ techniques, and was involved in product development for ultra high net worth (UHNW) and high net worth (HNW) dossier creation, currently heading research operations at the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.