A Week of Bliss in Fiji
If there’s one destination that has definite romantic-couple appeal, it would have to be Fiji. Picture idyllic, palm-fringed shores, glistening turquoise water as far as the eye can see, and a blue sky with only a few solitary clouds in sight, and you’ll be close to picturing the paradise that is the Fijian archipelago. Scattered throughout parts of the South Pacific Ocean, Fiji’s 322 islands provide a welcome respite for couples wanting to rekindle the fires in their relationship, or for those just wanting to spend some quality time with each other. Whether it’s privacy and seclusion you’re after, or somewhere a bit more lively, this is a place that fits the bill – and then some. Visit www.myholidaycentre.com.au for ideas on just where you can stay and what you can do on your next holiday to Fiji.
Romance meets Adventure in Kauai, Hawaii
If Fiji is a little too placid for your liking, and you and your special someone prefer something a little more adventurous, then the island of Kauai in the Hawaiian islands is the perfect place to unwind, connect at a deeper level, and get that heart beating! Known as the “Garden Isle” among locals, Kauai is a beautiful island blessed with plenty of natural splendor, including pristine white-sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and canyons, and lush jungle. There are also tons of activities on the island that can satisfy even the most die hard adrenaline junkie. How does zip-lining your way over deep valleys, waterfalls and rainforests at over 50 km an hour sound? Or what about cliff jumping at Kipu Falls? It’s also possible to take a romantic helicopter tour for two over the island as the sun gently retires for the day. Kauai is the perfect mix of romance and adventure, and may just be the right destination for you on your next holiday abroad.
Cruise down the Li River in Guilin and Yangshuo, China
Located in Guangxi Province in the south of China, Guilin and neighboring Yangshuo are sure to satisfy your inner romantic side. For many centuries countless artists flocked to this magical part of sub-tropical China to draw inspiration. These days, most tourists come here to cruise down the serpentine Li River through some of the most otherworldly scenery on the planet. The river is surrounded by oddly-shaped karst mountains and picturesque rice paddies, and the gentle pace of the cruise means couples can relax and unwind with each other – perhaps with a beverage (or two) in hand. Most trips start in Guilin and finish in Yangshuo, and take around four to five hours in duration.
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