April 30, 2019

Best Honeymoon Destinations

15 Best Honeymoon Destinations in India

Plan for Honeymoon, here is the list of the most romantic & beautiful place in India you can visit. Here you find 15 Best Honeymoon Destinations in India.

Here I divided this list in a 4 category.

Category 1: Cool and Hassel free Honeymoon Destinations:
5. Nainital, Uttarakhand
6. Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Category 2: Beach Honeymoon Destinations:

Category 3: Offbeat Honeymoon Destinations:
9. Mongpong, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented
10. Tinchuley, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented
11. Kolakham, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented
12.Charkhole, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented

Category 4: Adventurous Honeymoon Destinations:

The best honeymoon destinations in India promise to attract you the most without burning a hole in your pocket. Here's my list of best honeymoon places in India for couples who are on the hunt for exotic romantic honeymoon destinations.
Best Honeymoon Destination in India spell romance & adventure like no other destination. From the cold deserts capes of Ladakh, the beauty of Munnar, Shimla & Manali to the otherworldly beaches of Andamans and Lakshadweep, it is time to reconsider your honeymoon choices and give India a much-deserved chance.

Category 1: Cool and Hassel free Honeymoon Destinations:
Best Honeymoon Destinations

1. Palampur India:
Palampur is a hill station and a municipal council in the Kangra Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India. It is the tea capital of northwest India, encompassed by pine forests and flanked by the Dhauladhar ranges. The town gets its name from the local word palum, which means lots of water. There are various streams flowing from the mountains to the plains from Palampur. The combination of greenery and water gives Palampur an unmistakable look.
This hill station isn't only known for its various tea gardens & paddy fields but it also known for its colonial architecture & temples. One can enjoy the wonderful scenic beauty of the Dhauladhar range and the slopes of the Kangra valley from Palampur. Palampur and location around it are popular for adventure sports like hang-gliding and trekking.
Nearest Station: Palampur Railway Station
Nearest Airport: Chandigarh Airport, Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport
Attractions: Explore the tea plantations, Andretta Palampur, Chamunda Devi Temple Palampur, Neugal Khad Palampur, Tashi Jong Monastery, Norbulingka Institute, Naam Art Gallery, Baijnath Temple, Paragliding at Bir, Trek to Triund

Munnar is arranged at the conversion of three mountain streams specifically Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala. This hill station, situated at an elevation of 1600 m above ocean level, was previously the mid-year resort of the past British government in South India. Rambling tea manors, picture book towns, winding paths, and occasion offices make this a well-known hotel town. Among the colorful verdure found in the woodlands and fields is the 'Neelakurinji'. It is likewise renowned for the uncommon Neelakurinji blossom that sprouts here at regular intervals. The slopes turn blue and nature sweethearts come in expansive numbers to see this normal wonder face to face. The Eravikulam National Park is one of the principal attractions in Munnar. Guests get the chance to get a look at the uncommon Nilgiri Tahr amid specific occasions of the year alongside crowds of elephants, sambar & gaur.
Nearest Station: Aluva about 108 km and Ernakulam to Munnar 128 km
Nearest Airport: Cochin International Airport, via Aluva - Munnar Rd, about 108 km.
Attractions: Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty, Pallivasal, Chinnakanal and Anayirangal, Top Station, Tea Museum,

Kodagu is another name of Coorg. Coorg proudly called the Scotland of India. Coorg is an administrative district in Karnataka, India. Coorg is the small town is gifted with abundance. Coorg is the biggest producer of coffee in India, & the best location to visit in Coorg are its picturesque coffee plantations.
 Lavish greeneries and forests covering up the hills that are popular for trekking and scenic beauty like waterfalls and viewpoints. You can trek to the highest point of Tadiandamol, the second most noteworthy pile of Karnataka.
 Coorg is not just about sightseeing and trekking, it is also about staying in the most wonderful places & seeing the sights from there. Resorts in Coorg have their own irresistible charm, one that always ends up attracting tourist to spend in the lap of nature and wake up to the smell of fresh coffee coaxing them out of sleep. Coorg is one of the best locations to feel close to the beauty of nature and rejuvenate.
Coorg Nearest Airport: Mysore, Bangalore
Coorg Nearest Railway Station: Mysore
Coorg Attraction: Abbey Falls, Talacauvery, Golden Temple Namdroling Monastery, Brahmagiri Peak, Iruppu Falls, Nagarhole National Park, Mandalpatti Viewpoint, Dubare Elephant Camp, Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Nishani Motte
Shimla is the capital of the Himachal Pradesh, in the Himalayan foothills. Once the summer capital of British rules India. This picturesque hill station derives its name from "Goddess Shyamla", who is supposed to be an avatar of Goddess Kali. This beautiful hill station was 'discovered' by the British who immediately fell in love with this place. Actually, they went to the extent of declaring Shimla as their summer capital.
The best reason to travel Shimla during summers has to be the famous Summer Festival that is held every year in the month of May. This popular festival is a riot of colors and festivity and is celebrated on a grand scale. The Summer Festival in Shimla is a wonderful amalgamation of various talented people of India who make it an event that is remembered for a long time to come. Others popular festival in Shimla is Ice Skating Carnival Shimla, Rhyali Festival Shimla and Diwali. Diwali festival is celebrated in Shimla with much devotion and enthusiasm. Not just the Hindus, even the local native people of this place celebrate Diwali very much. The whole of Shimla lights up and it looks no less than a wonderland.
The most recent pattern or trend in Shimla - Adventure sports. This newly discovers recreation is fast catching up among tourists visiting the valley and everyone tries their hand in at least one adventure sport in Simla. The traveler is very much excited to try this adventure sport like mountaineering, trekking, paragliding, fishing and skiing among other adventure sports.
Nearest Airport: Shimla Airport (22km), Chandigarh (60 km)
Nearest Rail Station: Kalka (87 km)
Attraction: Mall Road, Summer Hills, Indian Institute Of Advanced Studies, Kalka–Shimla Railway, Annandale, The Scandal Point, Ridge, Christ Church, Naldehra And Shaily Peak, Chadwick Falls, Johnnie’s Wax Museum, The Shimla State Museum, Himalayan Bird Park, Kufri, Chail, Green Valley, Tara Devi Temple

5. Nainital, Uttarakhand: 
A small hill town in the hills of Kumaon, Nainital is a lovely hill station surrounded by mountains on three sides. Nainital was discovered in 1841 by a Britisher called Lord Baron. The climate, the surrounding  & the mesmerizing beauty of this area attracted the British administrator who turned this place into the summer capital of the United Province. Being a major tourist place Nainital is always bustling with visitors & it’s always better if accommodation and other facilities are prearranged.
Nainital is famous for Nainital Lake, the amazing view and the pleasant weather. Some of the other places of tourist interest are the Mall, presently known as the Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. You can find restaurants, offices, and hotels situated in the Mall. Nainital Zoo is a very important tourist spot where you can find rare species of snow steppe eagle, leopard, and the Himalayan black bear. Nainital latest attraction is the Eco Cave Garden where your children can learn about ecosphere.
Nainital Nearest Airport: Pantnagar, 71 km.
Nainital Nearest Rail Station: Kathgodam, 36 km & Moradabad, 114 km.
Attraction: Nainital Lake, Naini Peak,  Sat Tal, Kilbury Bird Sanctuary, Eco Cave Gardens, Bhimtal, Pt. G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo

6. Manali, Himachal Pradesh: 
The Situated in the central parts of the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is at the head of the Kullu valley. In Manali, one can find high mountains shrouded by silent snows & deep boulder strewn gorges. Manali is a high elevation Himalayan hotel town in Himachal Pradesh, India. It has a reputation as a backpacking center & honeymoon destination. Set on the Beas River, it is a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley & trekking in Parvati Valley. It is likewise a bouncing off point for paragliding, boating, and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000 meters-high Rohtang Pass. There are thick forests, filled with cool breezes & bird song. There are fields of wild flowers, small picturesque hamlets and fruit-laden orchards, especially apples. Manali is also famous for adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, & mountain biking.
Nainital Nearest Airport: Bhuntar, 49 km
Nainital Nearest Rail Station: Chandigarh, 298 km & Kalka, 281km
Attraction: Manikaran Gurudwara, Vashisht Ashram, Jagatsukh, Rohtang Pass Manali, Solang Valley Manali, Beas River

Category 2: Beach Honeymoon Destinations:
Best Honeymoon Destinations

The Andaman Islands structure an Island in the Bay of Bengal between India, toward the west & Myanmar, toward the north and east. Most are part of the Andaman Island and Nicobar Islands Union Territory of India, while a small number in the north of the Island, including the Coco Islands, have a place with Myanmar.
Blessed white-sugar beaches, turquoise waters, sylvan haven, and unparalleled tranquility, Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a perfect holiday destination in India. Though considerably detached from the main Indian Peninsula, the Islands are so well intact with the history of the country that tries as you may, you cannot overlook that this international-looking destination isn’t a part of India. The landmark of the Islands is, of course, its scenic shoreline that is flanked by palm trees, however, Andaman & Nicobar are much more than just a beach getaway. The Islands apparently gleam with rich marine life of which coral reef is of prime significance.
Andaman Nearest Airport: Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair
Andaman Administrative Capital: Port Blair
Andaman Attraction: Cellular Jail National Memorial, Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island, Mount Harriet And Madhuban, Museum Circuit, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, North Bay Beach, Seafood, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Diglipur, Chidiya Tapu, Ross Island, Neil Island, Baratang Island, Elephant Beach

Lakshadweep is a perfect union of the island surrounded by the vast Arabian Sea, off the coast of mainline India. Set amidst the glorious ocean & tall palms, Lakshadweep is a perfect destination for all the adventure junkies. Considered as the littlest Union territory of India.
The isles of Lakshadweep are the paradise for all the water sports addicts offers offices for exercises like yachting, swimming, water skiing, scuba jumping, kayaking, windsurfing, and paddling. Other than the water sports, Lakshadweep is the main place where one can see a coral reef formation. A portion of the islands are renowned for its water sports activities, others are enriched with the magnificence of coral reef, sandy shorelines, unpolluted and clear water. Tourist can also see the beautiful lagoon of level depth which is an ideal site for swimming. The rich marine life & the awesome coral reef formation only add to the mystique of the aisle. With old-world charm and the conventional way of lifestyle, Lakshadweep offers an interesting insight for its visitors Island of Lakshadweep speaks magic. Lakshadweep is a genuine getaway from the cacophony of crowded cities and offers a memorable escape into isolation. Bright sunny days, an ideal palm-fringed white sandy beaches, garrulous waves washing the shores & above all water sports makes Lakshadweep heaven on earth. One can expect a lot of tranquil & harmony from the sights of Lakshadweep. It is a fine place to soothe frayed nerves.
Nearest Airport: Agatti Island
Lakshadweep Place To Visit: Kavaratti, Agatti Island, Minicoy Island, Bangaram Atoll, Kadmat Island, Kalpeni Island, Pitti Bird Sanctuary, Marine Aquarium

Category 3: Offbeat Honeymoon Destinations:
Best Honeymoon Destinations

9. Mongpong, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented: Mongpong is a gateway of Dooars. Mongpong, it's just 45 minutes driving distance from Siliguri in Darjeeling District. The location of Mongpong is very romantic and unique. It is located on the bank of the Teesta river. Where the Teesta river come down to the plain surface after the long hilly surface. Mongpong from Siliguri, you should cross the river Teesta over the Bag Pool. A very good view of Great Himalaya is also available from here along with the river. Mongpong Situated at the fringe of Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary.
Mongpong provides an amazing view of the eastern The Himalayas. The sun slowly down behind the mountain when the bunch of wild goose flies back to their nests. The view touches your heart and memories also a lifetime. A very good view of Great Himalaya is available from here along with the river view which divides into several streams in the forestry environments. Forest bungalow is also available here for tourists.
Mongpong is the perfect place to relax and be with nature while spending time with your loved & dear ones.
Mongpong nearest Station: NJP 32km

10. Tinchuley, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented:
Tinchuley is a small mountain village in Darjeeling district. Tinchuley is an offbeat hamlet situated close to the West Bengal-Sikkim border. The word Tinchuley means Three Ovens (Tin Chullas). This such name to the village has been given because of the three prominent hilltops that surround the place and which from far look like Ovens or Chullas.
It's a developing a tourism place. In fact, the organization World Wide Federation has been actively assisting some 17 families here to develop a model organic village and promote village tourism. If you love nature, the lovely views of the Himalayan range, like to see the Teesta flow through the mountain landscapes, enjoy tea gardens, orange orchards, walking along village trails, watching birds, local culture, people and food, then this is the right place for you. Teesta and Ranjeet also intersect quite close to it. If you are a bird lover and you have an interest in birding photography the please just for you. And you could sit in the jungle and listen to the soft chirping of birds. Not only the Mt. Kanchenjunga but also the Teesta running the middle of the forest is a great view for photography lovers.
Tinchuley is 32kms from Darjeeling,  73kms from NJP, 77kms from Bagdogra and 35 km from Kalimpong and 3 km from Thakda Your ultimate holiday destination.
Tinchuley Nearest Station: NJP, 73 km

11. Kolakham, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented: 
Kolakham is a wonderful and fabulous destination for bards lover and nature lover. Adventurous enthusiastic can go hiking in the forest of course with all cautions as the chances of meeting wild animals is very high. For following more adventurous trails, it is always advisable to go along with an experienced guide.
The nightlife of Kolakham is completely different from daily life. The night full of stars & moonlight illuminating the surrounding area while listening to the sound of insects & rustling leaves will let you fill you are lying in the lap of mother nature. Nightlife is completely different it is like the forest came to life leaving you to mesmerize and spellbind.
An ideal hideout from the world amidst the nature letting you enjoy the wonders of nature, Kolakham is simply the ideal spot to revive with the crisp mountain air & organic food with an awesome panoramic view of the Himalayan range. Kolakham is the safe haven for the nature lover and wilderness explorer.
Kolakham Nearest Airport: Bagdogra Airport, 120km.
Kolakham Nearest Rail Station: New Jalpaiguri Station, 123 km

12. Charkhole, Darjeeling, Offbeat Location, Budget Oriented: Charkhole being one of the newest destinations in Eastern Himalayas, North Bengal. Charkhole is a pristine destination, overlooking the green valley with the panoramic view of Kanchenjunga, stuck within a deep forest of Oak, Pine & Rhododendron, situated around 15km from Loleygaon and around 30km from all the hustle bustle of Kalimpong.
Hordes of Butterflies added more beauty to make Charkole as one of the most favorite destinations for every kind of travelers visiting Darjeeling hills. Because of the forest coverage of Neora Valley National Park, some wild animals are also available here. The view of the mighty presence of Mount Kanchenjunga and its adjoin snow clad peaks is really awesome. On a very clear day, even Mount Everest is clearly visible from here.
Charkole Nearest Airport: Bagdogra, 86 km
Charkole Nearest Rail Station: NJP, 96 km
Category 4: Adventurous Honeymoon Destinations:
Best Honeymoon Destinations

13. Leh Ladakh: 
Ladakh the largest of the ten provinces of Jammu and Kashmir is bordered by the Karakoram chain of mountains in the north and Himalayas in the south. Ladakh is the place of towering mountains and Buddhist simplicity. It is beautiful terrains and mountains beckon the adventurous tourist for trekking and mountaineering. The place of jagged peaks and barren landscapes, it is at once charming and amazing. Hidden behind this harsh and forbidding facade is an ancient civilization with captivating people. The great Indus river flows right through Ladakh. The province is divided into Leh, the capital, lower Ladakh, Rupshu, Nubra & Zanskar.
Nearest Railway Station: Jammu Tawi
Leh Ladakh Nearest Airport: Leh, 44km
Tourist Attractions: Zanskar Valley,, Pangong Tso Lake Kargil, Khardung-la Pass, Nubra Valley, Magnetic Hill, Hemis National Park, Shanti Stupa, Hemis Monastery, Royal Leh Palace, Moonland, Chadar Trek, Diskit Monastery.

Spiti Valley is a cold desert valley. It’s situated high in The Himalayas, in the north-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. "Spiti" signifies "The Middle Land”
Spiti Valley that name that creates many pictures in your mind. While some picture lush green hills, mountain river, waterfalls, others think of it as a barren wasteland, a cold desert very similar to Ladakh. Whatever the picture is it attracts thousands of tourists or traveler every year because a journey to Spiti is an experience that you will cherish for a long time, probably all of your lifetimes. The name “Spiti” means “The Middle Land” which it actually is because it is the land between Tibet and India. And because of this, it possesses a unique combination of both Indian and Tibetan cultures. A distinct lifestyle derived primarily out of Hindu and Buddhist beliefs, gelled so well that it is hard to tell them apart.
Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh
Nearest Airport: Bhunter Airport in Kullu
Tourist Attractions: Lahaul Valley, Kungri Monastery, Kaza, Chandra Taal, Pin Valley National Park, Komik, Dhankar Lake, Suraj Taal, Kibber, Tabo monastery, Tabo  Rock Art and Cave,

15. Jim Corbett National Park: Jim Corbett National Park : 
Asia's most seasoned National Park and India's First Tiger Reserve, Jim Corbett National Park lies in two areas Nainital and Pauri in Uttarakhand in northern India.
The Jim Corbett National Park is home to about 50 mammals species, 580 bird species , 25 reptile species and 110 tree species. The lower region is dominated by the Sal trees (Shorea robusta), and the higher regions have a larger variety of plants and trees. As you move further inside, you will find Chir (Pinus roxburghii), anauri (Legestroemia paruiflora) and Bakli (Anogeissus latifolia). Likewise found in different parts of the recreation center is a wide range of assortments of bamboo. There is widespread weed - Lantana also in the Jim Corbett National park. Jim Corbett National Park is regarded as India's finest national park and its major attractions are the Tiger, Indian Elephant and Leopard.
Jim Corbett Nearest Airport: Pantnagar,  50 km
Jim Corbett Nearest Rail Station: Ramnagar or Kathgudam
Attractions: Tigers, Leopards and Elephants.

So, it is time to reconsider your honeymoon choices and give India a much-deserved chance.