While getting lost in the hustle and bustle of the fall season can be easy, resting and spending time with the ones you love, especially your significant other, is vital. Fall can be stressful. Vacations have ended, the kids are back in school, and work is ramping up before the end of the year.

We must learn to retreat from the culture of the 24/7 grind culture. Sometimes, a fall getaway can help us prioritize quality time with our people. Here are five ideas for a fall getaway for you and your partner.

Go Glamping

For the girls who love the outdoors without roughing it, glamping will be your new fall favorite activity. Glamping, aka glamorous camping, is where luxury meets nature. Say goodbye to the standard, run-of-the-mill sleeping bag and tent, and say hello to luxurious lodging and dining surrounded by nature. Since glamping is skyrocketing across the globe, there are now even glamping destinations!

Rent an Airbnb

If you love to escape to new cities, states, and countries, Airbnb is one tool you can use to book your next getaway. There are several unique and iconic AirBnB locations that you can book, like the Big Idaho Potato Hotel. You’ll find your home away from home in no time. 

Attend a Wellness Retreat

If you have never attended a wellness retreat, run (don’t walk) to sign up for one today. Wellness retreats focus on holistic wellness, and the best part is you can find a retreat catered to every audience (women or women of color, lgbtq+, etc) and focused on any activity – yoga, cycling, cooking, mindfulness, or even wine tasting. The mara Retreat is one wellness retreat that offers opportunities for Black women to unwind and relax at different locations across Africa.

Sign Up For a Spa Day

Nothing screams rest and relaxation like a day at the spa. Make a reservation for a face mask, a deep tissue massage, a hot stone massage, and a facial. While this fall getaway might not take you far physically, it will allow you to escape for a day mentally. 

Visit a National Park

Now that the summer heat is gone, it’s the perfect time to visit one of the 63 national parks across 30 states and two U.S. territories. You can choose from Acadia, Everglades, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, and so many more. Nature lovers, you can hike or cycle on the trails, go fishing, or camp to your heart’s content.