Honeymoon is a special time which every couple is enthusiastic about. This is the most pleasurable moment that you spend with your spouse when you start with a new life. Honeymoon is the time which gives you ample privacy and aids in building up stronger relations. There are countless tourist attractions in India which are also the picture-perfect honeymoon destinations. Some of these destinations are blessed with the remarkable and serene beach, lofty foothills, green pastures and adventures wildlife. You can envisage yourself in these tranquil surroundings with your beloved and have an experience of a lifetime. We have a curated a list of some of the best and unknown honeymoon destinations in India :
Goa is a small island on the western side of Indian sub-continent; this state is acknowledged for its splendid churches, sun-kissed beaches, resorts and miscellaneous lifestyles. The swaying coconut palms, fascinating beaches, natural scenic splendor, churches etc. all form the chief attractions amid the folks. The evergreen destination of Goa is so adored by the itinerants that it is popularly known as ‘holidaymaker’s paradise’.
Rejoice your honeymoon in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and you are bound to come back utterly awe-struck. These attractive islands are drenched in extraordinary natural beauty and offer great opportunities for adventure. Major attractions: Ross Island, Havelock island, Wandoor Beach and Mahatama Gandhi National Park, Central Jail.
Nuzzled in the picturesque Nilgiri hills, the Coonoor hill station is encircled by tea plantations. Set at a height of 1,856 meters, it is a wonderful place to escape from the tensions of life and one of the great honeymoon places in India. One of the superlative ways of taking in the surrounding and some of the spectacular scenery is by riding the toy train. Coonoor offers a bird’s eye view of the plush green Nilgiri hills with its meandering valleys and tumbling waterfalls. Sim’s park is a must-visit with more than 1000 species of plants. The 12 hectare park is developed somewhat in the Japanese style. The key attraction is the fruit and vegetable show. A bird watcher’s paradise, it entices many varieties of birds. Other places of interest are Kotagiri, about 21kms away. It is celebrated for its coffee plantations and Rangaswamy pillar.
One of the least crowded places in the nation; it is positioned at an altitude of 3,048 meters in the North-Eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh. It is an impeccable retreat from the entire hustle and bustle and from the heat. Tawang monastery constructed as per the wishes of the 5th Dalai Lama is the biggest monastery after the Lhasa monastery, Tibet. Other magnetisms are the Tipi Orchid sanctuary. Sela top pass that is the chief route to get to Tawang is covered with snow most of the year. People need inner line permits to visit this hill station. The permits are available in major cities like Delhi, Guwahati and Kolkata. Tawang is reachable from Tezpur, Assam.
Called the ‘Scotland of Asia’, Vagamon is picture-perfect for a quiet, calming getaway. Not too popular amid the tourists yet, this striking hill station filled with luscious meadows, entrancing pine forests and gushing waterfalls is virtually always masked in mist. It is set at 1,100 meters in the Idukki district of Kerala. The drive upto the hill offers splendid views of the deep valleys and hillsides. This heavy-eyed hill station is encircled by steep, treacherous and remote hills slopes. The road to Vagamon is cut out of a solid rock and as one goes up cosmic green meadows open up below. This twisty road was considered an engineering marvel as it unbolted a direct route through dizzying terrain. Trek up the Kurisumala hill. It has 12 mounds and is prevalent amid Catholics. This hill offers an outstanding view of the surrounding tea gardens and lakes. Reconnoiter the Vagamon meadows with a lake amid them. Other fascinations are the pine forests with pine trees settled in rows and the Murugan hill with a temple on top.