I was staying in a city that had beautiful waterfront accommodation a couple of years ago, and that’s what gave me the idea to plan a romantic weekend at a similar hotel.
According to research, couples who do things together are more connected as compared to those that just give updates on what is on their bucket list. This is because the time they spend together doing an activity enables them to learn more things about their partners. Whatever it is that they learn may help them understand each other at a whole new level, you may get to discover something that your partner doesn’t like or despise or learn about what they enjoy doing. Listed are a couple of fun activities that couples can engage in:
This is because the time they spend together doing an activity enables them to learn more things about their partners. Whatever it is that they learn may help them understand each other at a whole new level, you may get to discover something that your partner doesn’t like or despise or learn about what they enjoy doing. Listed are a couple of fun activities that couples can engage in:
- Going for a couple’s massage
This one might not super sporty, but seriously, who doesn’t love a massage?! It’s a lovely experience and it is appreciated globally. It is not only refreshing or relaxing but also romantic. The experience enables you to know your partner at a different angle. It may also be a learning experience for both couples to learn one or two about doing massages.
- Organise a weekend cooking experience
Here, you might want to go outside your kitchen and use a cooker outside the house. Food and romance have been linked since the start of time, with both parties helping out as well as conversing this may turn out to be a lifetime experience. You may also want to take photographs for the sake of memories.
- Ice skating
When you find a place with ice, this is a perfect event to carry on with. You don’t need to be perfect to ice skate. Additionally, your lack of experience makes it even more fun as you will both enjoy watching your significant other trip and fall. It is always good to act stupid as a couple once in a while.
- Go ziplining
Most people fear heights, and ziplining with your partner would help one of you or both of you overcome that fear. Seeing someone you trust zip line, will give you an urge to join in as well.
- Go canoeing together
This is a perfect opportunity for a couple to enjoy the calmness that comes with nature. It is a great way for partners to take a relaxing paddle as they explore the waterways as well as having a view of the local wildlife. Canoeing will also boost their way of communication especially if they are the kind of couples who are always afraid of one another.
This is a perfect opportunity to test your teamwork skills as a couple while enjoying nature. Having to plan the route you use together, where to stop to grab bites and not forgetting looking out for one another. This is a great thing to do if you’re on a holiday for example. Let’s say you’re in Tasmania. There are some great free walking tours in Hobart, making the activity a pleasure.
In conclusion, having to engage in these activities together not only creates some beautiful memories but it also helps to spend time with each other and keep your romance alive. In most occasions, these activities tend to increase the positive feelings and vibrations you have towards one another and makes you feel satisfied in your relationship. Not forgetting, the little encouragements and compliments given by your spouse during the activities not only help increase your appreciation for each other but also boosts your communication skills.