Head for these Romantic Hotspots with Your Valentine
What are you doing this Valentine’s Day? If you haven’t charted out your itinerary as yet, let’s give you some suggestions. Read on. Eight American National parks have been cited as the best romantic destinations ever. These romantic hotspots across the North American national parks could well be the perfect spots to spend this Valentines with your loved one.
Trunk Bay (Virgin Islands)
It’s really adventurous to be there as it provides hiking, birding, snorkeling, scuba diving, and sailing – together in one place. You cannot miss the white sand expanses and sunset at Trunk Bay.
Fort Jefferson (Dry Tortugas National Park)
Situated 70 miles west of Dry Tortugas National Park is a string of seven islets together called Fort Jefferson. The tropical beauty created by the coral reefs in the island is really charming.
Moraine Lake (Banff National Park)
Located in the high Canadian Rockies within Banff National Park’s Valley, Moraine Lake is a fine example of Mother Nature’s handiwork. This makes it a popular romantic escape inside a national park.
Old Faithful (Yellow Stone National Park)
With a cone geyser that dramatically ejects thousands of gallons of boiling water every 91 minutes, Old Faithful is a must go for newly acquainted lovebirds.
Bryce Point (Bryce Canyon National Park)
It boasts one of the darkest night skies in all of North America due to high elevation, arid environment and an absence of light pollution. Bryce Canyon offers a range of astronomy and night sky programs including a popular annual Astronomy Festival hosted by the park.
Lovers Lane (San Fransisco)
One of the most romantic towns in San Francisco, Lovers Laneis the oldest footpath and is specially meant for jogging through a dense eucalyptus grove, across a historic brick footbridge and past some beautiful homes.
Yavapai Point (Grand Canyon National Park)
It is located in the Colorado River and is the best place to catch sun dip in the horizon and is also close to the best romantic El Tovar Hotel.
Lake Crescent (Olympic National Park, Washington)
A mini tourism centre generated in the ‘twilight ‘boom. The temperate grass lands and the giant mountains not only give the feel of the vampire love story but also a beautiful feast to the eyes with its scenic beauty.