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5 Canadian Honeymoon Destinations

This past year and a half, we've come to appreciate the beautiful place we call home a little more. Whether you don't feel safe honeymooning in another country yet, or travel restrictions are in place in the country you want to journey to, we've created this close-to-home list for you!

These 5 locations are some of the most beautiful places in Canada. We've included suggestions for accommodations and activities, everything you'll need in order to have your perfect honeymoon. Whether you're an adventurous couple, or want to sit back and relax, we've got something for everyone.

Mont-Tremblant, Québec

This quaint ski town is beautiful all season, with lots of activities to do. Mountain biking, hiking, golfing, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing are some of their summer activities, while the winter is definitely aimed towards skiers.

Tremblant has their very own Fairmont hotel, which offers heated pools, hot tubs, a spa, a bar, and large terraces to enjoy the stunning view of the mountain. If you're looking for a more secluded stay, this charming AirBNB will exceed your expectations.

Some unique activities offered in this beautiful town include dogsledding with Expedition Wolf. If that doesn't sounds like your style, enjoy a relaxing day at the Scandinave Spa. They offer Scandinavian Baths, with both hot and cold pools, and a variety of massage options. The perfect paradise for newly weds. The Panoramic Gondola offers breathtaking views of the Laurentians, Lac Tremblant, and the valleys.

Prince Edward Island

On the east coast of Canada, Prince Edward Island is our smallest province. It takes only 4 hours to drive tip to tip, but that makes it the perfect honeymoon destination. Charlottetown is the largest city, but it would also be fun exploring a small town!

The Bird House is PERFECT. This cabin is ideal for honeymooners as it is an intimate space and features a hot tub out back. Located in New Glasgow, this AirBNB is 10 minutes from the beach and a selection of restaurants. The Sea-Esta Cottage is a quaint little AirBNB with a stunning ocean view. This stay is located in Georgetown, and has a BBQ and fire pit. They also offer tandem kayaks to use, great for watching seals!

Prince Edward Island has many lighthouse to explore, including Cape Tryon Lighthouse, Covehead Harbour Lighthouse, East Point Lighthouse, Cape-Bear Lighthouse, just to name a few. Whether you stroll along the beach at sunset or take a kayak out on the ocean, PEI is an incredible location to honeymoon.

Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador

For the most romantic road-trip ever, there are three cities along the coast in Trinity Bay that are perfect for honeymooners. Heart's Content, Heart's Desire, and Heart's Delight–yes those are the names of the towns. This destination is definitely for a quiet, relaxing stay.

We've picked out a couple unique accommodation options to choose from. A beautiful Coastal Home in Heart's Delight. This house has amazing views, colourful walls, and has been featured in Canadian Home & Country Magazine! Another option is this Charming Glamper in Heart's Content–now hear us out. This camper has been beautifully redone and even has a fire pit outside, so snuggle up and stay warm as you enjoy the ocean breeze and phenomenal sunset.

Some local attractions include the Heart's Content Lighthouse and a few short coastline hikes. Trinity South D'Iberville Trail: Heart's Content to New Perlican is an easy 5.3km hike to the lighthouse if you'd rather walk than drive, it takes about an hour. Northern Point Hiking Trail is a beautiful, easy, 4km, 1 hour hike in Heart's Delight. Roam the shore and enjoy the sound of the waves. On the other side of the bay, Western Point Hiking Trail is also gorgeous. This hike is a bit shorter, only a 2km, 40 minute trek.

Okanagan Valley, British Columbia

If you love wine, the Okanagan Valley is the destination for you! With over 120 wineries, a plethora of beaches, and Okanagan Lake, you will have lots of activities to choose from. Peachland, Kelowna, and Penticton are a few of the cities along the valley, and you can't go wrong with any of them.

This lovely Guest Suite located in the heart of Kelowna is walking distance from the beach, and features a cozy fireplace. If you're in the mood for something a bit more unique and quiet, try the Treehouse Suite. This amazing stay is located in Peachland and has a breathtaking view of Okanagan Lake. A short walk will get you to the beach where you can relax in the sun or go for a swim.

We've chosen a few impressive wine tours. The Kelowna Afternoon Sightseeing Wine Tour is a wonderful option. Enjoy six vineyards while viewing the scenery (and drinking lots of wine!). The Grand Peachland Wine Tour is another great choice. Sit back, relax, and taste 20 to 25 wines from five wineries from Peachland to Summerland. Wine tours are perfect to dress up and enjoy the company of your spouse. If you're looking for something more active, the Okanagan offers lots of hikes. Hardy Falls is an easy 0.8km hike to beautiful water falls. Garnet Lake Trail is a moderate 14.8km, 5 hour hike with a gorgeous secluded lake at the end.

Whitehorse, Yukon

The Yukon doesn't get talked about enough, it is a magical place–possibly even a hidden gem. This city is perfect for the adventure couple. Stunning scenery, lots of wildlife, and incredible hikes. Cozy up to your spouse in this northern getaway.

Here are two cute AirBNB's to stay in. They are private and personal, perfect for honeymooners! They are also both great locations to watch the Northern Lights. The Intimate Tiny House is a quaint one-of-a-kind stay in close quarters for more personal time with your spouse. The Cozy Cabin in the Woods is a beautiful wood frame cabin with lots of amenities. Enjoy the mountainous view from the porch while you sip your morning coffee.

Whitehorse offers many activities for the adventurous couple. Kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, skiing (in the winter of course), and hiking. Miles Canyon Loop is a 15.3km moderate trail and takes about 4.5 hours to hike. Highly recommended due to the Canyon and the 85-foot suspension bridge. Another great trail is Valerie Lake via Copper Trail to McLean Lake Trailhead an easy 13.7km trail that takes 4.5 hours to hike, and lastly Grey Mountain Trail. A moderate 2 hour, 5.3km trail with stunning views and beautiful wildflowers. If you're in the mood for something less active, but just as exciting, come say hello to some moose and bison at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This lovely 700 acre nature habitat houses over 12 species of animals and is just a 30 minute dive from the city.


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