Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations In India For Newlyweds

All you pretty ladies, after the major preparations in the process of your big day, the next big thing you have in your list is the  planning for the best vacay of your lifetime, your HONEYMOON! A special getaway with your beloved is the perfect way to spice things up after marriage where you get to spend some time alone and know each other. You want this time to be the best time you can spend with your partner, to unwind and relax.

Fret not, we bring to you the top 5 destinations in India where you can enjoy the time of your life and look for a beginning of a happily ever after!

1) GOA

The sun, sand, sea and the spirit, they define Goa. A very popular honeymoon destination for many couples, it never fails to make you wish for an excuse to stay there for few extra days. The golden beaches and pristine waters, the moonlight walks, hand in hand with the love of your life, the beautiful churches, and stunning architecture,  Goa makes sure you have an amazing time which you’re gonna remember for the end of your days.

2) ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS

The exotic islands of Andaman and Nicobar islands, surrounded by turquoise waters, with the mind blowing repertoire of flora and fauna and the mesmerizing scenic beauty, it all seems to be straight out of your dreams, especially with your beloved. If you and your partner are water enthusiasts, you won’t be left disappointed with all the water sports like water skiing, windsurfing, snorkeling and scuba diving. And also, you get private spaces to keep your romance alive.

3) MANALI

Ideally called ‘the Switzerland of India’, Manali is a perfect spot for the young couples as a comely honeymoon destination. The lush valleys, high mountains, the gushing river and the picturesque scenery, Manali has a lot to offer if you choose to go there for your first vacation together. It’s a perfect place to beat the heat and find peace in the complete beauty of splendid nature and tourist attraction like Hidimba temple, Solang valley, Buddhist temple, Rohtang pass, mall road and much more.

4) RAJASTHAN

Rajasthan never fails to bewitch us with vivid colors and traditions. Most newly married couples choose it as their honeymoon destination. The state of Rajasthan has a plethora of places where you can spend the best days with your loved one, exploring the quest of traditions. Jodhpur is one such place which offers a royal experience to the couples with its golden aura and imperial vibes. Udaipur, famously known as the city of lakes, has stunning architecture and the most romantic environment for the couples. From wandering around the city to finding peace around the serene waters of lakes, you won’t come back disappointed from that city. Jaipur, known as the pink city of the state, is the most colorful and vibrant place to visit anytime of the year. The ancient havelis, magnificent monuments, stunning architecture and the culture, you’ll be awestruck to find such diversity at the very same place.

5) KERALA

If you want to go for something unconventional, with regard to privacy and calmness, Munnar is a place where you can chill and explore the plush greenery and beauty of nature. It is an eye pleasing hill station in Kerala, located in Idukki district mostly comprising of the green hills of tea, coffee, and spice plantations. You get some beautiful and peaceful options to stay there with romantic and luxurious resorts amidst the beauty of nature.

With all these options to look forward to for your special getaway, now all you need to do is pack your bags and hold on to your romantic nerves. We are absolutely sure that you’ll have the best time of your life with your partner. Get set, go! Happy honeymoon all you lovelies!

Get set, go! Happy honeymoon all you lovelies!

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