When it comes to finding winter honeymoon destinations there are literally thousands of places to choose from. The ultimate decision of where to go will come down to the wants and likes of the bride and groom. Of course when talking about winter honeymoon destinations there are two ways to look at it. Is the ultimate destination someplace where the current season is winter or on the flip side is it winter where the wedding is taking place and do the bride and groom want to go someplace warm?
Since the title of this article winter honeymoon destinations we’ll assume that the future bride and groom are interested in a destination offering winter sights and activities. If the soon to be newlyweds like to ski then there are virtually no limitations on where they might like to go. Most ski resorts offer honeymoon packages that include lodging, ski passes and all the accouterments that go with staying at an upscale ski resort. In fact with the right package your lodging may give you ski in-ski out access to the slopes. Imagine skiing right up to your front door.
For the more hardcore skiers heli-skiing may be a winter honeymoon destination option. It would be a great way to take that dream ski vacation with personal service that’s out of this world. Picture yourself skiing fresh powder all day long, with your own personal guide who knows all the best slopes. After your day of skiing pristine powder you can relax back at the lodge while the staff prepares a romantic dinner for two.
Another winter honeymoon destination that will appeal to those who like to travel to foreign countries may involve a trip to Europe and skiing in the Alps. Spend a week in ta French or Italian village nestled at the foot of some world class ski mountains and enjoy the international scenery. Many of the ski resorts are within an hour or two of the major European cities that have all the site seeing, shopping and night life a newlywed couple could want.
If skiing isn’t your thing but the solitude of the mountains beckons for you and your soon to be spouse consider a mountain spa or hot springs. After the stress of planning and pulling off a wedding spending an intimate week may be the perfect way to relax. There are many hot spring/spas hidden in quiet mountain valleys that offer romantic cabins, access to different hot springs and the offerings of a full service spa. Spend three or four days soaking in hot mineral springs, getting full body massages and hot mud treatments and all your cares will disappear.
Finding winter honeymoon destinations is a quite easy when you think about the number of places that offer winter activities. It will come down to what the bride and groom want to do and how they want to do it.