Top 10 Unbeatable Honeymoon Destinations In India
Munnar, Kerala is a beautiful hill station, and was the summer resort of the British. Unending expanse of tea plantations, pristine valleys and mountains- exotic species of flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests is a definite choice for all honeymooners. It has some resorts in off-beat locations to offer peace and solitude.
Goa is a former Portuguese colony with rich in history. Goa has some clear and pristine beaches. Couples can take a long walk through the pristine beaches. Can also add little spice by taking a hot-air balloon ride and parasailing. Goa is an ideal location for food, party and beach lovers lovers.
Gokarna is a picturesque and secluded coastal town located in the Indian state of Karnataka and very near to Goa. This place is very less crowded and ideal for peace-lovers. Sea is quite rough here and an ideal place for surfers. This being an off-beat location, very less people travel here and perfect for couples.
4. Nainital & Kausani
Nainital is a Himalayan resort town. It is set around Nainital lake. One can take a leisure boat ride. Ideal place for buying woolens in cheap price. View of the Himalayas is also magnificent
Kausani – The views from the Town is so beautiful, that once Mahatama Gandhi called the place “Switzerland of India” during his brief stay at the Town. The town is very peaceful and one can enjoy the beautiful view of the Himalayas from almost any part of the Town. View of the Himalayas and birds chirping all around is definitely a lovely feeling. Kausani has many resorts too, which offers great view of the Himalayas, with good food. They can also arrange barbecue on request.
5. Andaman Islands
With breathtakingly beautiful coastline, lush forested interior, fantastic diving possibilities and a far-flung location, the Andaman Islands are a perfect place to ramble around or simply chill out on sun-toasted beaches.Shimmering turquoise waters are surrounded by primeval jungle and mangrove forest, and its sugar-white beaches melt under glorious flame-and-purple sunsets.(Photo- Internet)
Beside shimmering Lake Pichola, with the ochre and purple ridges of the wooded Aravalli Hills stretching away in every direction, Udaipur has a romance of setting unmatched in Rajasthan and arguably in all India. Fantastical palaces, temples, havelis and countless narrow, crooked, timeless streets add the human counterpoint to the city’s natural charms. For the visitor there’s the tranquillity of boat rides on the lake. (Photo- Internet)
Coonoor is the second largest hill station in the Nilgiris, surrounded by tea plantations, at an altitude of 1839 metres. It is a 30 mins ride from Ooty and offers a beautiful view of the mountains. Home made chocolates are famous in Coonoor. One can enjoy the passing clouds of the hills with warm and tasty foods.
Lakshadweep, the group of 36 islands is known for its exotic and sun-kissed beaches and lush green landscape. They are India’s only coral atolls and geologically a part of the same chain as the Maldives. This is not only one of the popular honeymooning destinations in India, but also offers some of most undiscovered locations in the country with several uninhibited islands.(Photo- Internet)
Cherrapunji is credited as being the wettest place on Earth. This is an ideal location for honeymoon couples who loves rain. Cherrapunji also offers many majestic waterfalls, caves and natural root bridges. Nohkalikai waterfall is the highest waterfall in India. Cherrapunji is also a gem for trekkers. Trekkers can go down all the way to the base of Nohkalikai waterfall. A walk through the long stretched grassy Irish-style landscapes will be a lovely feeling.
Auli is nestled in the lap of snow-capped peaks of Garhwal Himalayas, in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, near the world famous religious shrine of Badrinath. Auli with well-dressed slopes are flanked by coniferous and oak forests, which offer a panoramic view of mountains. Auli is also renowned for skiing in winter. (Photo- Internet)