There could be nothing more romantic than having your own private fireplace and a sunset view of the Grand Canyon to create everlasting memories of your honeymoon. The Grand Canyon National Park has thousands of newly-weds every year to enjoy the awe-inspiring adventure and the sprawling canyons with plenty of natural beauties.
It is 277 miles long and 18 miles wide to include unmatchable geological history. It has a lot of adventurous and thrilling activities like hiking, donkey rides, and hot air balloon rides for your stress-free and relaxing honeymoon vacation.
As one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, here are a few important reasons to choose the Grand Canyon National Park as your best honeymoon destination.
1. Incredible hiking together
It has the most popular hiking trails like Bright Angel Trail and South Kaibab Trail to explore and experience the splendid nature of the park. You can take mule or horseback trips for a unique and breath-taking hiking to enjoy the real grandness of the park.
You can float over by rafting through the scenic Colorado River to experience the most exhilarating adventure of your lifetime. There are smooth-water trips for those who fear rafting. While rafting, you may also view various amazing wildlife, rock granaries, petroglyphs, and pictographs.
Camping is an ideal way to romantically enjoy the adventures of the canyon. There are multiple places you can choose for overnight camping at some incredible campgrounds like Tuweep and Mather campgrounds to enjoy the beautiful views and sense of serenity.
4. Solitude and scenic beauty
Due to the spectacular natural beauty of the Grand Canyon, it was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The newly-weds can watch the aesthetically pleasing sunset views from various rims like Hopi, Lupan Points, Pima, Yaki, and Yavapai. It can be your fabulous trip to romance across the magnificent scenery and the white water. There are helicopter rides for you to enjoy the perfect and stunning views of the canyons.
5. Amazing wildlife views
There are several amazing and incredible wildlife animals to watch during your stay at the Grand Canyon. Some of its most famous wildlife includes the California condors, buffalos, mule deer, pallid bat, bighorn sheep, hog-nosed Skunk, and bison herd.
6. Worthy museums and historical sites
There are several rail routes to take you into the bustling historically preserved villages of the Grand Canyon. The geological museums and historical buildings are the top attractions, which describe the story of the Grand Canyon through the beautiful photographs, topographical models, and artwork. The Yavapai Museum, Tusayan Museum and Ruins, and Hopi House are some of the attractions.
Sedona is located about two hours from Grand Canyon National Park and worth visiting to experience the natural meadows and creeks with plentiful soothing and fresh air. You can go hiking, climbing, swimming, or other water activities to help you do your routine exercise while enjoying your vacation. It is one place that can make your lovely time with the loved one special and add to your honeymoon memories.