Are you planning to get married anytime soon? Or you just want to rekindle the spark in your marriage and planning a second honeymoon? Whatever the motivation behind your trip might be, we have the homework done for you. Before finalising the honeymoon destinations, you need to keep a number of things in your mind, ranging from weather to total cost of the trip. We have ideated a list of 10 most romantic honeymoon destinations in India. From the relaxing sun-bathed beaches to sky touching snow-clad mountain peaks, we have everything covered for you. Just grab a cup of coffee and have a look at the list below.
Goa- Romantic Beach Paradise
Sounds clichéd? Goa won’t be the same old beach holiday people rave about on social media. You can enjoy a only one of its kind type of holiday with your spouse and that too without having to deal with the crow. The best time to visit Goa for honeymoon is from April to October, if you want to dodge the crowd. A six days and five nights trip is ample for you to explore the sandy beaches of the party capital of India.
Andaman- Perfect Romantic Getaway
For the past few years, the honeymoon trends have tilted slightly towards these island paradises. And why not? After all, Andaman is a perfect blend of marooned islands, scenic beauty and the ambience you require to spend some memorable time with your better half. If you’re a lover of adventure and so is your partner, think no more and plan a trip to Andaman. You can have your first-hand diving moments in the depth of the ocean or try snorkelling at Radhanagar.
Srinagar- Couple's Heaven on Earth
Gar firdaus, bar-eu-e-zameenast
This translates to, ‘If there’s a paradise on Earth, it’s in Kashmir.’
Nobody could’ve put the beauty of Kashmir in words better than this. Kashmir is one of the most preferred honeymoon destinations in India and it will never go out of style. It has so much to offer for couples from skiing in Gulmarg to trekking. There is an endless list of things you can do in Kashmir valley. Take a ride on a dreamy shikara with the love of your life on Dal lake. Isn’t it something we all have imagined doing? Courtesy, romantic Bollywood songs. So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets to the dreamy paradise in Srinagar.
Agra- Nest of Love
Needless to say, Agra is the home to the Taj Mahal, which is touted as the symbol of love across the world. It should definitely be on your list if honeymoon is on your mind. You can pay a visit to the white marble monument with your loved one by your side and gaze at this symbol of love before beginning your beautiful journey together. There are many sumptuous resorts in the city to make your honeymoon worth remembering for years to come.
Rajasthan- Princely Paradise for Honeymoon Couples
Enjoy the blissful phase of your life in the royal territory of Rajasthan. However, a honeymoon in Rajasthan is for those who seek for something different for their first vacation together. You can woo your sweetheart with a hot air balloon ride. You can also enjoy the setting sun while taking a camel ride on the sandy plains of the desert. Rajasthan has everything one can ask for. The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to March with the temperatures ranging from 10 degrees to 27 degrees.
Alleppey- Unexplored Heaven in Kerala
If you’re looking for a honeymoon in the South then Alleppey can be a perfect pick for you. For the couples who find flowers, chocolates, candlelight dinners too passé in romance can have their moment in Alleppey as it has nothing mainstream to offer. You can have some natural encounters in Kerala, including Shikara ride in backwaters and lodging in a wooden houseboat.
Munnar- The Emerald Green Beauty
Basking in the sun while sipping on your favourite cup of Kerala tea is the best you can imagine for a romantic getaway with your better half. Step out into the mountains covered with tea gardens and watch the time stand still. There are other tourist attractions as well including the echo point and the waterfalls.
Manali- Evergeen Honeymoon Destination
If you’re planning your honeymoon in summers, then Manali is a paradise for you. You can try your hands on paragliding. This way, you can make your honeymoon adventurous and romantic at the same time. You can visit Rohtang Pass which is the most popular tourist spot in India. From trekking to sightseeing, you will get it all in Manali
Pushkar- Land of Architectural Heritage
Not a hill person or you want to try something offbeat this time? Try Pushkar. It is one of the oldest cities in India, located to the Northwest of Ajmer. It is flocked with hundreds of tourists round the year. The mythological history, scenic beauty and timeless architectural heritage make Pushkar a fascinating city. You can plan your honeymoon to Pushkar during winters.
Udaipur- City of Lakes
Udaipur is often called the 'Venice of the East'. This city of lakes is situation in Indian state of Rajasthan. It is placed around blue water lakes and hemmed by lush green hills of Aravallis. It has a number of places to visit including Lake Pichola and Jaisamand Lake. Jaisamand Lake is also the second largest man-made sweet water lake in Asia.