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Honeymoon in India would be a different experience altogether. Starting a journey to savor serenity of the chosen destination and the influence of diverse culture on the lifestyle in that particular region, might be an initial motivation for you and your partner.
But, after spending some time in any of its traveling destinations, you would feel growing fondness in your heart for the place you have sojourned with your better-half in those special moments of honeymoon. You would love the charming ambiance,
refreshing air, attractions and, on top of all, the hospitable dwellers of the place. There are some of the places in India, which have been touted as the best honeymoon destinations for romantic couple for various such reasons.
You can take your partner to Northern Goa to show the real charisma of places like Panaji and Mapusa. There are several churches and mansions to explore in this part of Goa. You cannot miss a visit to Church of St Francis and the Basilica of Bom Jesus
here. Spending time on the shores of Dona Paula, Baga, Candolim, Anjuna, Calangute, Arambol, Vagator and Colva beaches would be an enjoyable experience. You can take a tour of Anjuna Beach on Wednesday to browse through its foreigners market.
southern state of India as a honeymoon destination is on rise. Referred to as the “Gods Own Country” and ayurveda centre, in this part of India honeymooners get to enjoy the beauty of backwaters and delicious seafood preparations. Many couples during their
honeymoon tour in Kerala prefer to explore its age-old traditions, health care techniques and art. They also visit temples, churches and beaches to bask in the mesmerizing combination of man-made and natural beauty. If you are planning for a
honeymoon trip to Kerala, you must not give a miss to houseboat journey here.
newly wed couples. Previously, it was the summer capital of the British. Now a part of the beautiful Indian State of Himachal Pradesh, this hill station amid the Himalayan range at an elevation of 7,083ft boasts of a rich treasury of nature. The dense pine and oak jungles
spread across its mountainous stretch create a perfect backdrop for romance and love. You would enjoy its soothing cool climate that is both salubrious and healthy. You can take your partner to its ancient buildings such as Vice regal Lodge to show the
architectural brilliance of the city.
Among the best honeymoon destinations in India, Ooty has earned a special place of repute for its gorgeous landscape and soothing weather. Ooty is a famous hill
station in South India. It is nestled in the western ghats of Nilgiri mountainous ranges. Its distance from the sea is about 7,500 feet. On a travel to Ooty, most of the tourists go for the exhilarating Toy train ride, which covers places like Metupalaiyam and Udagamandalam.
It is an ideal place for anyone who loves the aroma of tea plantations and spices. Your attention will be engrossed in the mystic charm of its hills and its laid-back lifestyle.
The beauty and refreshing ambiance of this place has made it popular as the Scotland of India. Coorg is situated at an elevation of 1,525 m on the pristine Western Ghats. It can be reached from the city of Bangalore traveling about 252 kms. Here, you will come across vast
stretches of orange orchards, tea & coffee gardens and verdant forests. You and your partner can embark on trekking on the Brahmagiri hills to reach beautiful Iruppa Falls. You can also take your love to Pushpagiri or Tadiandamol for a different sort of
adventurous experience. The opportunities for white water rafting are also available here.
Floating in the cerulean water of Bay of Bengal, the Andaman and Nicobar islands have been
assigned the status of Union Territory in India. These islands are located far from the urban noise and clatters. These are counted among the famous beach destinations in India. Here, you will be able to admire the beauty of rich marine life, rare species of wildlife and plants
and corals. Few architectural landmarks can also be seen here.
located on the soothing shores of Lake Pichola. Its main attraction is Lake Palace. Here, you will also come across a large number of temples and gardens of high aesthetic values.
in the list of India’s best honeymoon destinations. The reason is simple. It has the ultimate emblem of love “Taj Mahal”.
Honeymooners from across the world visit this city to take in the pleasant views of this architectural wonder and to enjoy the unqualified moments of love and
romance. In addition,
there are many shopping malls in Agra to buy interesting souvenirs.
is surrounded by verdant greenery and is rightly referred to as the ‘heaven on earth’. Pahalgam, Jammu, Gulmarg, Leh, Ladakh, and Patnitop are some of the very popular cities with the honeymooners in India. You can take your partner to the Amarnath Caves or
the Vaishnodevi temple in this part of India in order to seek blessings for a new peaceful life. Besides, trekking, skiing and rafting can also be tried here for an adventurous honeymooning experience in India.