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21 Budget Honeymoon Vacation Ideas



Budget Honeymoon Vacation Ideas

Planning your honeymoon should be a lot of fun, but finding the money for your dream trip isn't always easy. Fortunately, there are plenty of reasonably priced vacation ideas to consider if you're flexible and willing to think outside the box. Read on to learn which honeymoon trends are hot for 2021 and how you can save big on the most important vacation of your lifetime.

Plan a Glamping Adventure

With social distancing still advised in many regions, a glamping trip could be exactly what the doctor ordered. Look for glamping resorts that offer luxury camping with all the comforts of home. For example, Under Canvas offers glamping spots in major destinations like the Grand Canyon and Moab with luxury bedding, cozy fireplaces and other amenities that create an environment for romance.


Take a Road Trip

There's nothing more exciting than heading off on the open road with a map and a vague idea of what you hope to do and see. Where should your road trip take you? Consider driving along the gorgeous California coast, down to the Florida Keys or through the mountains of Yellowstone National Park or Grand Teton National Park.


Rent an RV

Websites like RVShare.com and Outdoorsy.com make it easy to rent an RV of any shape or size, whether you want to get away from society and spend time in nature or you hope to drive from one big city to the next. Having your own RV makes it easy to get out and explore while saving money on hotels and dining out.

Book a Budget All-Inclusive

All-inclusive resorts can be a lot less expensive than you might think, and that's especially true if you're flexible on where you travel and when. You can frequently find all-inclusive resorts in destinations like Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic for less than $200 per night with double occupancy. Fly with a budget airline like Southwest or JetBlue and your dream trip could quickly become a reality.

Find a Cheap Cruise

Cruises can also be insanely affordable, and that's especially true if you're able to drive to a cruise port to avoid airfare. For example, MSC Cruises frequently offers four-night cruises from Florida to the Caribbean for less than $200 per person, per night. Some of their cruises even visit their new private island, Ocean Cay Marine Reserve.


Rent a Smoky Mountains Cabin

Tennessee's Smoky Mountains are ideal for outdoor activities and recreation, including hiking, fishing and mountain biking. This region of the U.S. is also home to thousands of vacation cabins you can rent to get away from it all. Many cabins in destinations like Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge also feature fun "extras" like jacuzzi tubs, pool tables and darts.


Book a Repositioning Cruise

Here's another idea — book a repositioning cruise. These cruises, which let passengers enjoy ship amenities while they move a ship from one part of the world to another, can be incredibly affordable if you have some flexibility in terms of your timeline. You could even take a cruise across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe, or from the United States to Asia or the Middle East.


Travel Off-Peak

No matter where you plan to go or the type of trip you plan to take, you'll always pay less if you book your trip during the off-peak season for your destination. For example, this means heading to the Caribbean during the quieter summer or fall months instead of winter or booking your dream honeymoon to Italy or France during spring or fall.

Backpacking in Europe

If you are dreaming of a honeymoon in Europe, backpacking provides a fun and affordable way to get around. Most European destinations can be easily accessed by high-speed train, and affordable lodging options abound, including hostels. If you're able to avoid bigger cities in favor of destinations off the beaten path, you'll save even more.

Visit an Emerging Travel Destination

Also consider visiting a destination that is less popular and less expensive as a result. For example, considering honeymooning in Belize instead of more popular Caribbean islands like Aruba or Antigua. Or head off to an emerging destination like Albania, Vietnam or Cambodia for an authentic travel experience that is on the affordable side.


Rent a Tiny Home

Tiny homes can be private and romantic, although your experience depends a lot on where you rent your tiny space. Websites like Glamping Hub make it possible to book tiny homes in the middle of nature, but you can also book a tiny home in a dedicated tiny home village or a campground with tiny homes on-site.


Head to Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, Nevada is an ideal destination for newly married couples who want to get out and party. If you're able to avoid losing money in the casinos, you can see and do quite a bit on the Las Vegas Strip and in downtown Las Vegas for free. Make sure to book your honeymoon on weekdays instead of the weekend for the best Las Vegas hotel rates.


Become a Housesitter

If you want to enjoy a honeymoon somewhere new and you happen to love animals, consider scouring the web for house-sitting gigs. The website TrustedHousesitters.com lets you connect with people who need house sitting and pet care all around the world. You don't get paid for these gigs, but you can stay for free in destinations like Switzerland and San Francisco.


Score a Last-Minute Deal

Willing to wait and see what kind of deals come up? Consider pondering your honeymoon dreams until Black Friday and Cyber Monday, at which point almost every kind of travel imaginable will go on sale. If you're flexible on where you go and when, waiting to score a last-minute deal is the best way to get the most bang for your travel budget.


Use Hotel Loyalty Points

Do you have any hotel loyalty points you're not using? Consider comparing rewards balances with your partner and seeing what kind of trip you can dream up. If you have points with Hilton Honors, World of Hyatt or IHG Rewards, for example, you could book free hotel nights in a destination you can easily drive to.


Use Hotel Loyalty Points

Do you have any hotel loyalty points you're not using? Consider comparing rewards balances with your partner and seeing what kind of trip you can dream up. If you have points with Hilton Honors, World of Hyatt or IHG Rewards, for example, you could book free hotel nights in a destination you can easily drive to.


Plan a Theme Park Getaway

If you and your sweetie love roller coasters, don't be afraid to honeymoon in your favorite theme park. You can spend the day riding rides at the nearest amusement park, whether that's Ohio's Cedar Point or a Six Flags close to home. Rent a hotel nearby or book a romantic vacation rental, and your honeymoon will be a hit.


Enjoy Branson, Missouri

Branson, Missouri offers a ton to see and do, from its nightly country music shows and live entertainment to its theme parks and shopping centers. You can easily stay in a three-star hotel in Branson for less than $150 per night, and you may be able to drive there instead of flying for even more savings. After all, Branson is only 7 hours away from Nashville, Tennessee and about the same from Dallas, Texas.


Explore Options on CheapCaribbean.com

If you're angling for a vacation package with flights and hotel included, make sure to check prices on CheapCaribbean.com. This travel booking site lets you book heavily discounted all inclusive vacation packages in destinations like Aruba, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.


Visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina offers miles of beautiful white sand beaches, hotels and resorts galore, championship golf courses and plenty of natural beauty. Couples who want to honeymoon here will find three-star hotels for as little as $120 per night, an array of affordable condos for rent and endless activities to keep themselves entertained.


Book a Cabin in Rural Idaho

Idaho is one of the most underrated states in the entire USA, but that's especially true if you love rolling hills and mountains, endless miles of lush greenery and wilderness and sparkling lakes and rivers that are constantly teeming with wildlife. Consider staying in a destination like Salmon, Idaho if you want to celebrate your nuptials in a rural cabin with stunning mountain views.


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