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7 Romantic Honeymoon Destinations In India

Spiti Valley If you want to explore the mountains during your wedding, Spiti  Valley is one place that you should definitely consider. Surrounded by  magnificent snow–capped mountains even during the summers, just gazing  at these peaks will make your time with your partner worth it. Do visit the stupas and places  of cultural heritage as well as spots that boast of natural beauty. Key Monastery, Chandratal Lake, Baralacha La, river rafting, trek at the  Pin valley Park, and yak safari are activities you must indulge in while  at this valley.

Andaman Andaman will never fall short of amazing you and your partner with  its pristine blue waters, lined by beaches of white sand and tropical  forests. The cluster of 300 islands attracts tourists from India and  across the world. Some of the islands that you must plan a trip to  include Havelock Island and Ross Island. The island offers you a myriad  of opportunities to spend in the lap of nature while enjoying your  adrenaline rush by indulging in activities like scuba diving,  snorkelling, treks to Chidiatapu and Mundapahad, and boat ride at Jolly Buoy Island.

Goa If you and your partner haven’t been to this much-celebrated beach  place yet or cannot have enough of this place, then Goa be it.  Irrespective of how cliche it may sound, basking under the sun on the  sea shore at Goa has a different charm altogether. Because it is by far  one of the best beach destinations in the country. If you are in North  Goa, explore beaches like Baga, Anjuna, and Dona Paula, and if you’re in  South Goa, you cannot miss on on visiting Palolem and Colva beaches.

Alleppey Whether you trip over beaches or are fascinated by mountains, the  backwaters of Alleppey, Kerala is for everyone. If you and your partner  are having a tug-of-war over you should be making it to the mountains or  a beach place for your wedding, Alleppey is a neutral destination  that you can consider. The refreshing greenery of the countryside, along  the serenity of the backwaters of the Laccadive sea, it is not referred  to as the “Venice of the East” for nothing.

Udaipur Just one of the host of places to visit in Rajasthan, the place of  the royalties, Udaipur mesmerises its visitors to no end. Enjoy each  other’s company along the banks of the stunning blue lakes and take a  relaxing boat ride on its calm waters. A visit to Udaipur remains  incomplete without taking a one-in-a-lifestyle ride on a camel’s back to  discover the endless vastness of the Thar.

Lakshadweep Tucked along the peaceful exotic beaches of the Indian Ocean,  Lakshadweep spells magic for those who appreciate the wonders of nature.  The widely untouched beaches and the crystal clear waters offer love  birds just the right moments to capture for eternity. Easily accessible  through flights and ferries from Kochi, Kerala, the perfect time to  visit this island is between October and mid-May.

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