From going to the movies to somber dinners in expensive restaurants, Valentine’s Day activities have become very ordinary and expensive.
This Valentine’s Day, stay away from the clichéd ‘Things to do on Valentine’s Day’ suggestions and expand your horizons with our unique tips to make your day memorable.
Grab your trekking boots and your partner and head out to explore the great outdoors (weather permitting, of course) Mountains, jungles and deserts are some places worth exploring.
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and the sense of adventure that comes with it. Spend quality time away from the hustle and bustle of the city life and create memories that will last a lifetime with the sanctity that only nature can offer.
Head to the beach
While trekking might require considerable effort, heading to the beach might be the next best option. Enjoy the ever so romantic walks on the beach, view the calming sunset and if you feel adventurous, take a dip in the ocean.
Beach weddings are getting increasingly popular and it is not surprising given the beautiful and isolated beaches one can find. A perfect romantic setting awaits you.
Go for a long drive
A long drive along a picturesque road with a nice breeze, some good music and the company of someone you cherish the most. These are the ingredients to the perfect romantic outing.
Engage in conversations and soak in the scenery (eyes on the road, mind you) while you connect with the person next to you.
Learn a language
Here’s an idea we bet you have never heard before. Grab a partner and start learning a language. Language learning is an enjoyable experience that is also practical. It’s a well-established fact that peer to peer learning is a lot more effective than individual learning.
The time and patience required to learn a language are identical to what is required to maintain and nourish a relationship.
Take advantage of our Valentine’s Day 2 for 1 Special Offer and start learning a language with your partner and embark on this exciting journey with a special someone.