Once the wedding’s done, carving out the time, finding cheap flight deals, and eking out the money for a honeymoon can be challenging for many couples. Never fear! We’ve scoured the United States to find five romantic honeymoon destinations that will fit into your post-wedding budget. That’s right, you don’t need to leave the country or spend a lot of money to have a fabulous honeymoon. By eliminating the multiple hours and price associated with an international trip, you can spend quality time relaxing with your sweetheart without breaking the bank.

From beaches to historic cities, here are five suggestions for inexpensive honeymoon destinations in the US.

Destin, Florida


A popular destination for weddings, Destin is also a great place to spend your honeymoon. Located in the Florida panhandle, this beach city is the perfect spot to start spending your life together as newlyweds. Whether you decide to go with a resort package or opt for a vacation rental, Destin is surprisingly inexpensive. Get ready to relax next to your spouse on the region’s famous white beaches with a fruity drink in hand. With affordable accommodations year round and sandy beaches for relaxing, Destin is a great choice for a stateside honeymoon.

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Sedona, Arizona


Located in the northern Verde Valley region of Arizona, Sedona’s stunning red rock formations beckon visitors in search of relaxation. The area is known as a haven for artists, yogis, nature lovers, and spa-goers. All of this natural beauty, world-class spas, and Sedona’s decidedly chill vibe creates the ideal setting for a honeymoon. Outdoorsy newlyweds will be blown away by the hiking opportunities in this stunning part of the country.

Charleston, South Carolina


History-loving couples are sure to be taken by Charleston’s centuries-old mansions, cobblestone walk streets, and horse-drawn carriages. Steal a kiss under the Spanish moss-laden trees as you stroll to one of the city’s award-winning restaurants or world-class art galleries. With lots of B&Bs and affordable hotels as well as a number of cheap flight deals available throughout the year, Charleston provides a romantic setting for a low price tag.

Yosemite National Park, California


For nature-loving spouses, there’s nothing like an iconic national park to inspire romance. Get ready to be awed by majestic waterfalls, towering Sequoias, and stunning rock formations. Experience breathtaking views while hiking Yosemite’s well-worn paths (or while rock climbing!). With a small entry fee and budget-friendly accommodations (campgrounds and motels) in Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park makes for an affordable, memorable honeymoon destination.

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Cape Cod, Massachusetts


Check into one of Cape Cod’s cozy, affordable B&Bs and get ready for a refreshing coastal honeymoon experience. Eat your fill at the Cape’s colorful clam shacks, take in the iconic local cottages, stroll the pristine beaches, go for a ride on a scenic bike trail, or rent a kayak and hit the water for an afternoon. Infuse some local culture into your honeymoon by visiting Provincetown, an artsy seaport with eclectic art galleries, and quaint, romantic restaurants.

You may think that the perfect honeymoon is beyond your budget, but if you seriously plan for one of these beautiful locations, all you’ll have to do is search out cheap flight deals and pack your bags for a romantic escape to remember!

Have your own suggestion for affordable and romantic US honeymoon destinations or additional notes for newlyweds heading to our above suggestions? Leave them in the comments section!

One Response

  1. Don Schuldes

    Awesome Yosemite National Park. Breathtaking views! When we went water falls were lovely. The weather was nice, chilly as the sunset. Had a lovely time.


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An insatiable foodie, art collector, and international literature aficionado, I have traveled throughout Europe, Asia, the U.S. and Canada. For the past fifteen years, I have written about my adventures for various travel and literary publications. I am the owner of Lucidité Writing (www.luciditewriting.com) and Bouchard Design Co.