Say what you will, but nothing beats the romantic allure of lying on soft white sand with your better half. Listening to the sound of the waves, and watching the sky, just for the two of you. Certainly, a beach getaway is more memorable than going to your local restaurant or catching a movie. So, plan ahead for Valentine’s Day, and whisk your partner away to a dreamy beachfront resort. Below, we present romantic beach getaways for Valentine’s Day 2019 :
The predominantly Buddhist island of Koh Samui is strewn with quiet and romantic beaches on its northern and western coasts. The film ‘The Beach’ was shot on this Thai island. There are numerous luxury hotels in Koh Samui, including popular chains like W Hotels, Conrad Hotels, Four Seasons, Anantara and Banyan. As for things to do in Koh Samui, Chaweng Beach is where most of the action happens. But the Na Muang Waterfall, Wat Khunaram with its mummified monk are also worth visiting.
The magnificent underwater limestone caves of Grand Bahama make The Bahamas an unusual but unforgettable beach destination for couples. Most hotels in The Bahamas are located in and around Nassau, the capital city. The Atlantis is more than just a resort, housing a water park, large marine exhibit lagoon etc. When it comes to things to do in The Bahamas, getting to know dolphins at Dolphin Encounters, and trying out parasailing and jet-skiing among other activities at Paradise Island are top choices.
Romance and adventure converge in this Mexican island known for its dense jungles, pristine bays, and outstanding waterfalls. Choose from wonderful hotels in Puerto Vallarta for stunning sea views and inimitable touches of Mexican architecture. Visiting island national parks, spotting humpback whales, zip-lining through the forests, and enjoying romantic walks by the marina are among the top things to do in Puerto Vallarta.
Versatile Bali has breath-taking beaches in classy locales like Nusa Dua and Sanur. Hotels in Bali often imitate the local ethos with Balinese spas and thatched cottages surrounded by lush fields and mountains. There are so many things to do in Bali, such as trekking through rice paddy fields, exploring ancient water temples, seeing monkeys at Ubud Monkey Forest, trying out water sports at Nusa Dua, and joining the party scene at Kuta.
Unearthly beaches cloaked in romantic seclusion and canopied by starry skies make The Maldives the ultimate honeymoon and Valentine’s Day destination. Hotels in Maldives offer indulgent luxury in the form of overwater villas with private plunge pools and sometimes, stairs that directly lead into the ocean. People feel that there aren’t too many things to do in Maldives, but you’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of myriad exciting water sports.