Located at the shores of the Arabian Sea Coast, Goa is one of the most prized beach destinations in India. The state being the smallest in India is famous for its exotic beaches and is one of the most attractive destinations for honeymooners and romantic couples. Goa is also known for its preserved wildlife and nature reserves making it a honeymoon hotspot like no other.
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Andaman & Nicobar Islands are a group of islands located off the East coast of India in the Bay of Bengal. The islands served as naval ports during the time of the British but now are known for their enchanting beaches and sparkling blue waters making them perfect for honeymooners. The Andamans are full of secluded romantic hideouts and serene beaches that make them a great spot for newlyweds.
While the moniker Venice of the East has also been given to other places in India, Alleppey or Alappuzha is a picturesque coastal town with several inland waterways, beaches and canals. The honeymooning couples often take a houseboat stay to experience a highly romantic moment amidst the backwaters of Kerala and enjoy the best of nature the country has to offer.
Also known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur is known to be one of the most visited honeymooning destinations in India. The city is full of manmade lakes and several palaces and forts that add a hint of grandeur to the romantic air that surrounds the city. The best one of them is indeed the Lake Palace or the Jag Niwas that is considered to be the most romantic hotel in the World.
The city has been termed as the Kashmiri Venice due to the several lakes that surround the Srinagar. Situated at an elevation 1,585 meters above sea level, the city of Srinagar is a perfect summer destination and is famous among honeymooners and newlyweds. Srinagar houses several romantic locations such as Mughal Gardens, Flower Gardens, Dal Lake and the most charming houseboat rides.
Located in the Idukki district amidst the Western Ghats, Munnar is a picturesque hill station in Kerala. The town is mostly comprised of green hills, tea, and coffee and spice plantations along with narrow winding roads that make it extremely romantic. The quaint town also contains several resorts and hotels that would help you experience the nature with luxury.
Kodaikanal was established as a hill town by the British due to its favorable climate. After the Indian independence in 1947, the town was converted to a tourist destination by the state government. Located at an elevation of 2,133 meters above sea level, Kodaikanal is a popular summer resort in India. The town is full of romantic hideouts such as Kodaikanal Lake, Croakers Walk, Silver Cascade Waterfall and several enchanting lookout points.
Known for being the tea capital of India, Darjeeling is also known as an enticingly romantic destination for the newlyweds. The romantic journey starts with a fairy tale ride on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its scenic locations. The city is also full of several honeymooning hotspots and facilities making it a great place for couples.
Located in Himachal Pradesh, Dalhousie was established as a summer retreat for the British Officials in 1854. The town is situated at a height of 1,970 meters above sea level with tourism contributing a major portion of the town’s economy. Dalhousie is full with mesmerizing locations, scenic views of the mighty Himalayas and several luxury hotels that make your honeymoon a perfect one.
Known for its scenic views of the Arabian Sea, Kovalam is one of the most romantic beach destinations in Kerala. The coastal town boasts of its 17-kilometer long shoreline that is known for its pristine beaches. The Lighthouse beach and Eve’s Beach are the most popular beaches and are perfect for a romantic stroll with your loved one.
Pondicherry is a union territory of India and was known as a home to the few French Colonies in India. Known for its serene beachfronts and waterfront promenades, Pondicherry is also one of the most romantic hideouts for the honeymooners. The city houses a large number of luxury resorts and hotels that are perfect for a romantic vacation to this quaint coastal city.
Also known as Kodagu or Kodava Nadu, Coorg is a picturesque hill town located in the state of Karnataka. The town is known for its sprawling coffee plantations and waterfalls along with the green hills of the Western Ghats providing it with plenty of romance. It is also home to several streams and rivers and is also known to be the originating point of the Kaveri River.
Kumarakom is one of the major tourist hotspots in Kerala and is also connected to the famous backwaters of Kerala. It is located by the banks of the scenic Vembanad Lake and is a major honeymooning hotspot in India due to its houseboat tourism. Unlike the other coastal towns in southern India, Kumarakom is also known for its moderate climate, which makes it a perfect romantic destination.
Nainital is one of the most popular tourist and honeymooning destinations in India due to its scenic views, luxury resorts and its location in the Kumaon foothills. The town is known for its enchanting ‘pear-shaped’ lake known as the Naini Lake, which provides the town with a distinctively romantic aura. It also contains several view points, picnic areas, gardens and trekking hotspots.
Sitting at an elevation of approximately 3000 meters above sea level, Tawang is one of the most quaint and romantic destinations in India. Located in the north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, Tawang is famous for its Buddhist monasteries and views of the surrounding Himalayan Mountains and flowery meadows that are popular among honeymooning couples.
Located off the coast of Kerala, Lakshadweep are a group of islands that are a Union territory of India and are known for their sparkling beaches and serene shores. The archipelago 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.
The former capital of Punjab and now the capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is one of the most popular honeymoon hotspots in India. Nestled amidst the Himalayan ranges and surrounded by alpine trees, Shimla has several attractions such as marketplaces, hot springs, churches, temples and colonial era buildings that make it a tourist destination like no other.
Placed at a picturesque location at a height of 2000 meters above sea level, Khajjiar is often termed as the mini Switzerland of India. The terrain mostly comprises of flowery and grassy meadows and pine forests surrounded by the breathtaking Dhauladhar ranges in the western Himalayas. The gently sloped plains, horse riding near the shores of the Khajjiar Lake and the views of the surrounding mountains and vegetation makes it an extremely romantic location for honeymooners.
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