This blog post may be something you’ll want to pass along to your maid of honor but none-the-less it’s still fun to dream about an amazing bachelorette party. If you’re not doing a destination wedding but still want to travel as part of your wedding try grabbing your bridal party and hitting the road. For Travel Tuesday, we’ve rounded up so destinations that cater to everything you and your girls will love.
Palm Springs, CA
Located an hour and 45 minutes outside of Los Angeles, this desert oasis is low-key and amazingly beautiful. The resort city has plenty of things to do including hiking, lay by the pool and stroll through El Paseo. Book a reservation at one of their many chic hotels like the Desert Riviera and book a day at the spa.
Santa Ynez Valley, CA
You’re 40 minutes away from Santa Barbara, which is someplace you need to visit during your trip, and staying in one of California’s numerous wine areas. The obvious activity here is wine tasting which will give you a chance to bond with your bridal party. Stay at the charming B&B Santa Ynez Inn and try your luck at some of the casinos.
South Beach, FL
An obvious destination for when temperatures drop during the fall and winter, this south Florida location is full of exciting “girl time” activities. You’re only 16 minutes away from Miami and have access to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Try beach Yoga, go shopping at 8th Street District, try any number of water acitivities and stay at The Setai.
The romantic Hawaiian Island of Kauai is not only a picture perfect honeymoon destination but also a relaxing vacation for you and your bridal party to take. Take a trip to the Hanalei Bay for sunbathing and water activities, try exotic fruits at the sunrise markets, visit the spa or go river kayaking. The remote island is able to be explored by foot, air or sea. We suggest you stay at Koa Kea Hotel & Resort.
Sinks Canyon State Park, WY
This is a place for the adventurous girls who love to get outdoors and explore. Located in Lander, Wyoming, it’s two and a half hours from Casper-Natrona International Airport. The obvious activity is to go hiking and explore the scenery through rock climbing, camping and fishing. Be sure to go river rafting and to stay at the Frontier Lodge if camping isn’t your thing.
Exploring alternatives to the traditional Las Vegas bachelorette party will let you experience these amazing locations.