Honeymoon in Georgia

The South Eastern state of Georgia in the United States of America has its origin in Britain. According to reports in history, this American state was named after George II, an erstwhile king of Great Britain. Though showing British inspiration, Georgia plays an important role in the political and cultural history of the United States of America. It was the fourth state that ratified the Constitution of the United States in the year 1788. Georgia was also one among the seven original Confederate States of the US. Today, Georgia is one of the most populous states in America and also one of the best states to live in. not only does Georgia have opportunities for the residents in terms of education and employment, it is also a tourist’s haven. The landscape of Georgia is marked by lakes, rivers, valleys and a variety of flora and fauna. It is also the home of several historical sites in the country. So enjoy your honeymoon in Georgia by touring the sites and the topography.

The Best Time to Visit Georgia


  • It is said that you can pay a visit to the state of Georgia during any point of time in the year. Unlike most other states in the United States of America, there is no peak season or off season that marks the calendar of Georgia. However take care to plan your Georgia vacation according to the weather you feel most convenient traveling in. For instance, summer is the best time of the year for a Georgia travel for those who do not like snowfall and like extensive traveling. The winter season in Georgia is often harsh and demands you to stay indoors rather than travel or tour the surrounding area.

    • If it is possible, accommodate the date 26th May in your Georgia honeymoon travel plan. This day is the independence day of this South Eastern American state and the perfect occasion to participate in the fun, celebrations and gaiety which is to be found in all cities across the state on the 26th of May. The Georgia calendar is marked with festivals, events and celebrations almost all round the year and it is almost every season that a tourist can catch up with the popular culture and tradition of Georgia by visiting this state. Asides the Georgia Independence Day, the most popular festival is held in the city of Tbilisi and is called the Tbilisoba fest. Dance, music and wine mark this October celebration of Georgia, with the maximum number of local weddings also taking place at this time of the year to add to the festive mood.

    • The climate of Georgia is greatly varied, largely because of the influence of the Black Sea and the Greater Caucasus Mountains. The northern part of Georgia is covered in snow for the major part of the year. The coastal regions on the other hand experience pleasant temperatures and temperate winds round the year. Again, Eastern Georgia is an arid land, while Western part of the state gets high amounts of rainfall. The South Western part of Georgia does not see any snow at all. Here the winter temperatures are moderate, thus the summer temperatures are very high. If you are averse to hot and humid weather, do not visit South Western Georgia during the summer season.

    • Summers are usually crowded in Georgia, so if you are planning for a quiet and private honeymoon holiday in Georgia, visit the state in the winter months and take part in some winter sporting activities while also enjoying comparatively lower rates in hotels where you can spend a romantic stay.


Romantic Things for Newlyweds to Do in Georgia


  • Georgia is a place of festivities, celebrations, beautiful historical structures and scenic geographical locations. Though the state is largely crowded and developed, it nevertheless has several sites that will help you to share romance and togetherness while on a Georgia honeymoon trip. Here is a list of the best things to do and some places to visit when you travel to Georgia for your honeymoon.

  • Take a Walk along the Atlanta Botanical Garden – this garden situated in the city of Atlanta in Georgia is home to some of the most rare flowers and plants in the US. Not only is the garden a biologist’s dream come true, it is also a treat to the eye of any beholder. A special mention should be made of the garden’s orchid collection and the art sculptures that dot the garden.

  • Visit the Andersonville National Historic Site – this site is of special significance not only in Georgia but also in the US because it serves as not only a national park but also a war memorial. The bodies of every American citizen who has given his life in war for the nation have been cremated at this site. In a total area of 495 acres, Andersonville houses a national park, the National Cemetery and also a prison which is no longer in use.

  • Go for a Candlelight and Chocolate Dinner – the culinary scene of Georgia is always bustling with the topmost restaurant brands serving across cities in the state. Our special mention for a couple on honeymoon would be Dante’s Down the Hatch in Atlanta that functions as a fondue restaurant and a jazz club. Romantic candlelight dinners are special arrangements made by the restaurant authorities and an advance booking may help if you are on a visit during the summer season. Dante’s serves the tastiest cuisine; do not forget to taste the dessert dish of a Swiss chocolate mixture served with marshmallows and fruits.

  • A Movie Date – The Fork & Screen Theater gives you the opportunity to watch a movie with a difference. Sit on love seats, specially made for couples, and sip on a glass of wine or cocktail while sitting close to your partner and catching a movie. You can also order gourmet food which will be served to you by a professional waiter who is at your beck and call at just the push of a button.

  • Picnic at the Chastain Park – pack food from home and visit the Chastain Park Amphitheater. And enjoy the music performances held at the location while you eat. Isn’t enjoying the orchestra with your loved one by your side under a starlit sky the perfect romantic date

  • Underwater Romance – do you want to spend the night with Georgia’s marine life A visit to the Georgia Aquarium is one of the most romantic ways to spend an evening. This is the largest aquarium in the world; it is home to more than 100,000 sea creatures and the only place where you can watch a manta ray. Visit Georgia from May through October to enjoy the ‘adults only sleepover program’ of the Georgia Aquarium.

  • Enjoy a Hot Air Balloon Trip – enjoy the services of hot air balloons operated by private owners from Atlanta and other cities of Georgia. The balloon flies for more than 50 miles all over Georgia to take you on a tour of the lakes and mountains of this American state from high above.


Hotels to Stay in on a Georgia Vacation


Like every other state in the US, Georgia too has a host of hotels offering services according to your budget needs. Take a look at some Georgia hotels.

  • Amberley Suite Hotel
    5885 Oakbrook Parkway, Norcross, Georgia 30093, United States
    Ph No. 1-800-230-4134

  • Hotel British House
    Tbilisi, Vere, 32 Belinski Street
    Ph No. (995 32)2-988783

  • Laurel Hill Bed and Breakfast
    McLendon Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia 30307
    Ph No. 404-377-3217

  • Hotel Night House
    Tbilisi, Digomi 7, David Agmashenebeli Avenue
    Ph No. (995 32)2-142797

  • Hampton Inn & Suites Flowery Branch
    4660 Holland Dam Road, Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542
    Ph No. (770)965-0357

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