Niagara Falls is located on the border of Canada and the US and is one of the most visited destinations by couples on their honeymoon. Here, you can go on a boat cruise, take a ride on the famous Niagra Skywheel, visit casinos, enjoy 24-hour parties, and explore the glow in the dark miniature golf course. You can also head over to the hotels in the area, which mostly cater to couples and have various luxuries like the Weinkeller and The Moose and Pepper Bistro.
Quebec City is one of the most romantic places in Canada, filled with European history, numerous cafes, great architecture, and cobblestone streets. Here, you and your loved one can take a tour or stay at the Chateau Frontenac; the most photographed hotel, watch the dancers and singers perform on the streets, ride a horse-drawn carriage, take a stroll along St. Lawrence River, and more. Quebec gives the vibe of a romantic fairy tale honeymoon, all in a comfortable urban setting.
Vancouver is home to many romantic spots for couples. It has pristine beaches, harbors, wineries, orchards, and hotels with stunning views of the Pacific to be enjoyed throughout the year. You can engage in activities like swimming, hiking, wine tasting, and surfing during summer and spring, when you can have relaxed days at the beach or take a stroll hand in hand, and marvel at the amazing sunset views from the beach. After a day filled with lots of fun activities, you can head over to The Butchart Gardens or the Saveur Restaurant for a romantic candlelit dinner.
If you are looking for an adventurous honeymoon in Canada, then this is the perfect place. Located in Yukon, Whitehorse has a wide range of fun activities for couples including, canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and snowboarding and ice fishing during winter. You can also take a stroll along river Yukon's banks and soak in its beauty.
This island offers a break from the hustle and bustle of city life, giving honeymooners time to relax and unwind. Here, you and your loved one can go hiking at the highland national park, go fishing, cycle, and learn more about the local Celtic culture. You can also take a stroll along the island's scenic mountains or visit the Fortress of Louisbourg and learn about 18th century France.