Bachelorette parties are the last time for your single friend to let loose before getting hitched. For that extra special experience, many bridal parties opt to go travel for the occasion. However, with all the bridesmaids chipping in, it can become very pricey.
Nevertheless, there are ways to travel without breaking the bank and we present to you the five best places to go.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
You might not expect Myrtle Beach to be an ideal place for a bachelorette party, but the views and water sports make it a great place to sit back and relax with friends aboard a boat. The alcohol is cheap and the hotel rooms are affordable too.
Savannah’s beautiful open spaces and historical streets are ideal for walking around or sitting outside in a restaurant with a glass of wine. The city is known for its restaurant scene with it’s award-winning eateries and delicious brunch spots. You will get the most out of southern hospitality.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Cape Cod promises to give you the classic New England experience. There is a reason why it is so popular with celebrities and it will be a trip to remember. Go biking with the girls through the picturesque shores and take a break at the famous lighthouses for an impromptu photo shoot. The nightlife is vibrant and it is incredibly accessible from New York.
What could be better than a bachelorette in the Bahamas? Take an easy 20-minute flight from Florida or a two-and-a-half hours scenic boat ride to get to Bimini. Relax in the North of the island with the crystal clear waters and white beaches, bonding with the bridal party and take to the town at night to grab some drinks in the open air bars. It will be a trip to remember.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Punta Cana is the perfect destination for a balance between a stunning natural retreat and an adult’s fun paradise. Spend your days relaxing on beautiful beaches or take snorkeling trips discovering the coral reefs. After your relaxing day, hit the nightclubs for a VIP experience including bottle service for a night you probably won’t remember.