“Staycation” Local Honeymoon Ideas

Do you plan on having a simple wedding, and want a simple honeymoon to match? Did you have that huge wedding and want an easier honeymoon? Do you have a small budget for your honeymoon?

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What is a staycation? A staycation is when you take a vacation without straying too far from your hometown, saving thousands of dollars. It can be as simple as exploring a neighboring town or shacking up at the nearest city to see the sights.

Bed and Breakfast. Head to your local B&B for some R&R after the big day. The rooms are beautiful, private and quiet. A B&B makes for an ideal secluded getaway.

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Hotel. Pick a hotel in your town or the neighboring one (or in the nearest big city), and choose a room. Pick one with a pool, hot tub, and whatever amenities you’d like.

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Go on a tour. Plenty of cities offer tours of the city and of historical sites. Book one for your honeymoon. If you live by a river or canal, boat tours are often offered as well.

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Camping. Take your newlywed with you to go camping and enjoy some private grounds and activities. If you’re outdoorsy, go in a regular tent. If not, you can bring your own trailer-tent.

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Glamping. Rent an RV, trailer, or mobile home to bring to a campsite. Pick one that has showers, bathrooms, a beach, and activities for you to enjoy. Glamping stands for Glamorous Camping. Often it can include renting a chalet, summer home, cabin, etc for the weekend.

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Backpacking. Hike to the nearest hill or mountain and go backpacking. Explore, be adventurous, and don’t forget your camera.

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Road Trip. Go where the road leads you and get lost together. You can look at a map and find local events you can attend and enjoy.

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What did you do on your frugal honeymoon? Comment below!

 

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