Are you wondering what to do now that your honeymoon has been postponed? International honeymoons might not be an option right now, but that doesn’t mean you have to cancel altogether. Planning a mini-moon might just be the magical solution you have been looking for.

Road trip mini-moons are a great solution for couples who want to get away after their wedding and not break the bank doing so. Renting an RV is the ideal way to not only avoid large groups of people and airports but to create an escape and romantic setting for just the two of you.

Booking with RVshare will not only save you time, money, and stress but it allows you to enjoy a romantic and adventurous road trip with the one you love most. Here are five reasons couples are deciding to rent an RV for their mini-moons, and why you should too.

Safer Way to Travel

When you rent an RV, whether it is an affordable pop-up or a luxury motorhome, it is only the two of you in it. You do not have to worry and stress out about going to the airport and being around large groups of people. It is also an eco-friendlier way to travel rather than air travel, leaving a smaller carbon footprint.

Less Time Off

Taking a mini-moon means the less time you have to request off from work. And if you’re WFH consider the RV a WV, work-reaction vehicle. This lets you to book for longer or more trips exploring those places that have been on your list to visit forever. In most cases you don’t have to travel far to do so.

Save Money

RVing locally can a be budget-friendly alternative. Not only will you be saving money on flights, car rentals and hotel rooms, but you also save on the money spent eating out. Enjoy your home-cooked meals by grilling breakfast outdoors, picnicking near a lake for lunch, or roasting marshmallows over a campfire for dessert.

Less Stressful

Planning a local getaway will not only save you time and money but less stress as well. RVshare provides a detailed list of places to see and things to do in cities all over the United States making the planning of your trip effortless. All you have to do is decide which type of RV you want to rent, and the rest is a piece of cake. RVshare also offers 24/7 emergency roadside assistance with every booking.

Bring Your Furbaby

Now more than ever, people consider their pets as part of their family. Who would want to travel without their fur baby if they didn’t have to? Unlike most resorts and hotels that are not pet friendly, a high percentage of RVs are pet-friendly rentals. Just one more expense you don’t have to worry about.

More Convenient

If an emergency arises and you need to get back home quickly, you are not too far away. Staying close to home has its benefits.

Why RVshare
RVshare also offers a worry-free rental guarantee to ensure your mini-moon goes off without a hitch. They have rentals in all 50 states and are the largest RV rental marketplace with over 60,000 five-star reviews from happy customers and couples just like you.

Road trips are more popular than ever. People are even renting RV’s to venture off on a planning-moon, to check some to-dos off their wedding to-do list without the unnecessary distractions that come along with everyday life.
Book your mini-moon or planning-moon with RVshare by confirming your travel dates with the RV owner and placing a deposit on the trip. Pay in full before you go and with every booking you will start earning points that can be used to save on future travel. What are you waiting for? Plan out your roadtrip with RVshare today.

If you still don’t feel 100% comfortable even having a mini-moon right now, we totally get it. Take a look at our honeymoon-at-home series to give you and your honey some out of the box at home date night ideas equipped with step-by-step instructions, playlists, as well as, food and drink recommendations you both with love.


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