Wedding planning is incomplete without choosing the right honeymoon destination to go with the love of your life!
Honeymoon is not just another vacation, it is a time that marks the beginning of your journey together, and we understand that you will want to as unique as possible. If you have chosen India as the location for that, then let us tell that you have made an excellent choice. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, our country is dotted with numerous locations, and in this eclectic list that we have put together, we are sure that you will find something to your taste
To ease your pain we have listed the best honeymoon destinations for you, check them out!
There is something inherently romantic about beaches and islands, and if this seems to resonate with you, then you will like the following places.
The smallest state in India, Goa is known for its exotic beaches. It has both a hippie, party vibe going on. Also, at the same time, there wildlife and nature reserves to spend quality time with your loved one. It is also one of the most easily accessible honeymoon destinations in India.
Known as the Venice of India, a romantic boathouse stay with backwaters surrounding you and a rich Kerala cuisine to sate you, a honeymoon here will be one to remember.
A group of islands of the south of India, it is still mostly undiscovered, and you can disappear into the arms of Nature here.
Initially a pilgrimage spot, it has now evolved to one of the most favoured destinations of newlyweds. If you want a setting similar to Goa but less crowded, then this is the place to go.
A quaint coastal city, it has the unparalleled charm of French Colonies and is rightly known as the Paris of India. It has stays ranging from dainty little homestays to luxurious villas for you to choose from.
A scenic seaside town, it is just a one-hour ferry ride from the Gateway of India and offers serene beaches for the newlyweds to spend some quality time with each other.
Something is striking about colonial architecture, and that is why so many of them are sought after tourist destinations. Be it the serpentine coastlines or the majestic Arabian Sea; this island will leave you breathless.
Having a pleasant climate all year round is one of the pulls of this backwater town. Sail through the waters on a houseboat and enjoy the charms of God’s Own Country.
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If you are looking to cosy up with each other while overlooking mountains and sprawling valleys, then these places are for you.
Popularly known as the “Scotland of the East”, be it meandering lakes or rolling hills, Shillong has it all. If you are on an extended honeymoon, you can easily access multiple tourist spots of the Seven Sisters from here.
The dream destination of tea lovers, Darjeeling is a designated UNESCO Heritage Site. From adventurous activities like trekking to more fun things like the toy train ride, this beauteous city has something for everyone.
Srinagar is not only a beautiful city in itself but also provides easy access to the lush green paradises of Pahalgam and Gulmarg. Also, do not forget to ride the Shikhara on Dal Lake.
This is an ideal option for those of you who are looking for an adrenaline rush. Access is difficult, but the majestic beauty of the place makes it all worth it.
Located in north-eastern India, it is one of the less frequented places. It is a must-visit place for an autumn honeymoon when the trees are in full bloom in a riotous mix of red, pink and purple and the waterfalls are gushing happily, providing a background score to your idyllic honeymoon.
Sprawling green meadows encircled by the snow-capped Himalayas, this place looks like it has been taken right out of a novel.
Located in Tamil Nadu, this is popularly known as the “Princess of Hills” and has many getaways and lookout points to take in the scenery in its entirety.
For a laid back duo, walk hand in hand on the picturesque streets, share a cup of coffee in the quaint cafes and browse through books together in this town which is the home to Ruskin Bond.
Located in the scenic Parvati Valley, Kasol will be a feast for the nature lovers. It offers enthralling treks and also quiet pilgrimage places for you to explore and enjoy.
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If you see this a chance to explore the cultural diversity of the country and have an experience unique to a city or a state, then read on.
The pink city is filled with monuments, palaces and forts. This is the best place for you to soak in the Rajasthani culture and cuisine. There are also many captivating marketplaces, and you can take back some reminders of your honeymoon back home.
Located in Karnataka, it has numerous ruined temple complexes dotted across the landscape and makes you feel as you have travelled back in time.
Rishikesh is the perfect example for the best of both worlds. Known as the Yoga capital of the country, you can experience immersive wellness and meditative program here. On the other hand, it is also a hotspot for adventurous activities such as river rating, hiking and bungee jumping.
Have an off-beat desert honeymoon with safaris and an indulging experience of the Rajasthani culture.
Painted in hues of blue, Jodhpur is known for having very tourist-friendly inhabitants. This, combined with the rich cuisine and cultural richness it has to offer, will make your stay a truly memorable one.
There is a richness which seems to be infused in the city, with all its manmade lakes and luxurious resorts. This will be a getaway where you can get pampered and cared for while spending quality time with each other.
Explore the rich wildlife the country has to offer with safaris and treks and break the monotony of beaches and hill stations.
Mysore is the perfect place for history lovers to spend some time with each other. It has everything from churches, palaces, waterfalls and temples atop hills.
We are sure the only problem that you will have after reading this article is too many exceptional options to choose from. From our side, we hope that you have a fascinating honeymoon!
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
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