Are you planning your wedding and honeymoon? Have you considered a honeymoon at the Grand Canyon? It may not be the typical beach honeymoon, but not everybody wants to honeymoon at the beach.
The Grand Canyon is one of the most beautiful areas in the entire country. This geological wonder provides plenty of fun and beauty for your honeymoon. It’s 277 miles long, 18 miles wide and the Colorado Rivers runs right through the canyon. Here are just a few of the many things you can enjoy if you honeymoon at Grand Canyon National Park.
Plenty of Wildlife
If you enjoy viewing wildlife, the Grand Canyon provides a great destination for your honeymoon. You can enjoy all types of animals including:
- California Condors
- Mountain Loins
- Kaibab Squirrel
- And More!
A Serene Environment
Sometimes, you just want a little bit of quiet time to enjoy each other on your honeymoon. Staying at the Grand Canyon National Park provides plenty of quiet in the serene environment.
Rafting and Hiking
If you live an active lifestyle, this may be the perfect destination. You can enjoy plenty of rafting adventures on the Colorado River or you can take a tour of the Bright Angel Trail, which is a two-day hike. Those enjoying an exhilarating trip, will love the rafting tours, which can take as long as two weeks to complete. You will star from Page and work our way through the canyon by motorized boat or by oar.
The sunsets at the Grand Canyon are simply amazing. On our cheap Grand Canyon flights, newlyweds can enjoy the incredible sunsets from some of the best places, which include:
- Lupan Points
- The Many Tours
Of course, if you want to enjoy the canyon in a different way, you can take one of the many tours. From helicopter to skywalk tours, there are plenty of choices for viewing the Grand Canyon in a different way.
Camping and Lodging
Maybe you’re the type of couple that prefers camping. If this is the case, you will find plenty of camping options throughout the Grand Canyon National Park.
However, if you prefer to stay inside, the El Tovar Hotel is a good choice. There are plenty of other lodges on the north and south rim, which are located close to restaurants, as well.
When planning your honeymoon, it’s important to consider all possible destinations. If the Grand Canyon seems appealing to you and your significant other, honeymooning here will provide plenty of fun, beauty and quiet.