Exotic Honeymoon Destinations on India Tours

by Dhirendra K. Internet Marketing Manegar

Looking for a special destination for some one special in your life, then India is the best choice. Couples from all around the world come to India to spend those special moments of togetherness. An exceptionally beautiful landscape full of colors and vibrancy, hospitable people, dazzling beaches, glorious monuments, amazing wildlife sanctuaries, beauteous gardens, snow covered sky touching mountains etc makes India as one of the most preferred destination on the world map to undertake the first trip together as a married couple. There is a flurry of exotic honeymoon destinations in India that creates a mystic splendor and made the country as a leading honeymoon spot. There is so much to enjoy, celebrate and cherish at each nook and corner of the country that it is sometimes become difficult to select best out of the best to enjoy honeymoon. Some of the most beautiful places of India where the couple can begin a relationship with the romantic essence are:-


Udiapur:- Udaipur, the city of lakes, an imperial city of Rajasthan where you bound to feel majestic amidst magnificent forts and palaces and numerous lakes that will make you spell bound and is surely capable to give that romantic touch and royal feel to your honeymoon that you are looking forward to. Most of the palaces are now converted to grand heritage hotels and no tour to Udiapur is completed with out a stay in these grand heritage buildings. Majestic interiors, royal treatment, great traditional hospitality will surely enthrall you and add more charm to your honeymoon.


Pahalgam: - If you love to enjoy your honeymoon in natural surrounding in the serene and breathtaking hilly towns then Pahalgam is another striking honeymoon destination for you. It is not a mere hill station but a recreational resort as well. It is like going in the lap of Mother Nature and does many things. Trekking, nature walks, river rafting, horse back riding and shopping are some of the activities that allure honeymooners to visit it again and again.


Goa:-If you think about the most interesting honeymoon destinations in India then Goa would certainly come in your mind. It is no less than a paradise for beach lovers. Famous for beaches, it is the best place for couples who enjoy colorful honeymoon full of fun, parties, clubbing, carnivals and the most delicious sea food. It is a perfect combination of sun, sea and sand which makes it one of the most sought after honeymoon destinations of India.


Kerala: - If you are a nature lover and looking for a honeymoon in beautiful serene and peaceful surroundings then Kerala is the right place for you. It captivates the honeymooners with its breathtaking beauty and tranquility. Floating slowly on the luxurious houseboats on the backwaters of Kerala transports you to a different world altogether. Alappuzha, Bekal, Kovalam, Cherai are some of the amazing beaches of Kerala where the couples love to celebrate their honeymoon 

Ooty: - Adorned with sprawling aromatic tea gardens, tranquilizing lakes, lofty peaks, pleasant climatic conditions, Ooty is no less than a paradise for honeymooners. It is one of the modern cities of Tamil Nadu which is decked with various categories of hotels. So you will get good accommodation options as well on your honeymoon.

Agra:- Taj Mahal, is one of the most romantic destination in the world that inspire the generations with true love and thus is known as epitome of love. A beautiful inlay work of precious stones in pure white marble is enough to take your breath away.

So just plan your India Tour honeymoon and you will surely find no dearth of exotic honeymoon destinations in India that will mesmerize you and make you nostalgic when you cherish those moments.

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