Save The Flowers, Bring On The Adventure This Valentines Day
Calling all adrenaline junkies! Valentine’s Day does not always have to be about flowers, tradition, and candy. There are a plethora of ways to make your day more unique to you and keep things less cookie-cutter.
Let’s break down some of the more adventurous ideas.
Valentine’s Day Adventures
Skinny Dipping and Polar Plunges
Break out the rebellion in you and leave the towel at home. A skinny-dip or polar plunge will have you laughing as much as engaging in a sneaky make-out session.
You don’t have to be an actor to engage in this fun activity. Spend some time fantasizing about what you might like to see your partner in and create your own storyline together.
You want to get out and it doesn’t matter where you go. You’ve been cooped up far too long in this pandemic and it’s time for you to hit the road for a couple of days of bliss. Set up some parameters and spin the dial and go wherever it lands. There is something uber romantic about the unknown.
This is one you will want to plan in advance, but what better than to take your partner-in-crime out for a beautiful and scenic helicopter ride? Be sure to move the mic over and give them a kiss with those giant headphones on. This one’s made for the movies.
For the truly adventurous couple who likes to live on the edge, nothing will get your heart pumping quite like this fun adrenaline rush.
The scenery alone as you glide through a forest will leave your lover in awe. Greet them at the end with open arms.
Northern Lights Show
Set yourself up for a nighttime picnic. Candles, roses, cozy blankets. All the ingredients you need under the open sky for a romantic night celebrating your love.
If crisp air and foggy breath is your jam, layer-up and take your bae out for an afternoon of dogsledding. It’s sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you won’t soon forget. And who doesn’t love an afternoon with a group of arctic pups.
There are so many different ways to enjoy Valentine’s Day. None of which need to be cliché or standard forms of celebration. Because nothing is standard about who you are as a couple.