Hawaii is a great place for a romantic getaway in March. Although it is winter in March, temperatures average in the 70s. Maui is an excellent option as there are plenty of resorts that will pamper you, as well as lots to see and do, and numerous secluded beaches. Maui has black sand beaches, mountains and hiking, as well as exceptionally clear waters. If you have never been scuba diving before, consider taking a discover scuba class together at one of the many dive shops dotted around the island. There are also numerous romantic snorkeling boat trips you can take such as the half-day Alii Nui tour that will take you to two separate snorkeling locations where you can both swim with turtles. Also, when out on the water, be sure to keep your eye out for humpback whales that are teeming in Maui's waters in March.
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Kihei, HI 96753-8189
For those interested in a Caribbean vacation, consider a trip to the island of St. Lucia in the East Indies. The island has spectacular white sand beaches, blue water and the famous Pitons peaks, which jut straight out of the water. Spend some time visiting the island's drive-through volcano or explore the water via kayak, hobie cat or snorkeling. Sandals is an all-inclusive, couples-only resort with three locations on St. Lucia. Whichever location you choose, you have the opportunity to dine and play at all three resorts. It is a great place to meet other couples, take advantage of their free water activities, relax at the spa, or explore the island.
Whistler, British Columbia
If your idea of a vacation in March means wrapping up in a blanket by the fire, with your loved one, consider a trip to Whistler, British Columbia. Spend your days out on the slopes, skiing, ice skating and snowmobiling. In the evening, consider taking a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride, or enjoying Whistler's numerous restaurants and nightlife. If you enjoy wine, Whistler offers a tasting tour which according to its website, takes you to several gourmet restaurants for multicourse meals paired with wines from British Columbia.