Everyone is tired of hearing the terrible words… COVID-19.  Don’t worry, that’s the only time you will hear that dreadful term in this article; but just to reiterate what y’all already know, this illness really put a damper on many enjoyable events.  Brides can especially relate to this.  Not only did weddings have to look different, but honeymoon ideas did too because of restrictions on travel destinations.

Thankfully, as society has gotten more and more familiar with this virus and how to combat it, vacation spots are starting to open back up.  Good news, brides of 2022!  Here are some great honeymoon destinations for you and your soon to be hubby.

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Key West, Florida

Not only is this the southernmost point in the United States, it is known for watersports, a lively nightlife, beaches, historic sites and its pastel, conch-style architecture.

Rosemary Beach, Florida

Maybe it’s the wide-open porches wrapped around every home. Maybe it’s the “French Quarter” feel of Town Center’s shops and restaurants. Maybe it’s the boardwalk promenades and secret pathways that wind between the carriage houses and cottages.  Just perfect for a quaint adventure.

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Maui, Hawaii

Known for its beaches, migrating humpback whales, and farm-to-table cuisine is it any wonder that it has been voted “Best Island in the U.S.” by travelers worldwide.

Napa Valley, California

For the wine lovers and foodies that want to taste it all.

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Colorful yellow autumn in Colorado, United States. Fall season.

Aspen, Colorado

While known for its skiing in the winter, many visitors do not know the historic heritage of the town as a silver mining site. History buffs will love exploring the area.

Yes, there is a trend here… these are all domestic travel locations. Why? Because as travel bans have been consistently back and forth depending upon the state of the pandemic, the safest option is to remain in the U.S.  Besides, there are 50 states with amazing resorts, views, and experiences; most of which you are probably unfamiliar with. Maybe you didn’t dream of your honeymoon being in the same country, and maybe you want to take the risk of going outside of the country regardless…(you do you, boo)!  Although, these 5 destinations are bound to be great spots for you and your significant other.  Staying stateside might even save you money to use for more activities, romantic adventures, or date nights!  Don’t overlook domestic travel for your honeymoon this year!