The Poconos, PA

This Pocono Mountains honeymoon is completely dedicated to romance and offers the ultimate in luxury! Land and sea activities from golf to sailing included.

The Poconos, PA

40 gifts totaling $2,255
Breakfast
$20.00 x 7
Breakfast

Made with fresh local ingredients.

Romantic Dinner
$75.00 x 5
Romantic Dinner

We'll share a table with a view, champagne included!

Boat rental
$100.00 x 10
Boat rental

Rent a fishing boat for a day!

Fly fishing lesson
$50.00 x 2
Fly fishing lesson

Matty and Nicole want to tackle fly fishing!

Horseback riding
$50.00 x 2
Horseback riding

The bride and groom can ride horseback through the Pocono mountains

Picinic Lunch
$25.00 x 4
Picinic Lunch

A romantic lunch . . .

Firewood
$40.00 x 1
Firewood

For their private fireplace and fire pit.

Fishing Equipment
$25.00 x 6
Fishing Equipment

Fireworks
$50.00 x 1
Fireworks

They will be on the lake with fireworks all around them. Let them have a hand in the fun!

Couples Massage
$150.00 x 1
Couples Massage

Champane
$50.00 x 1
Champane

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