If you are looking for 5 Honeymoons in India You Will Love we have the information for you. Your wedding is the most important day of your life. Apart from marrying your love, it’s the day you’ve been waiting for since you were a kid. Planning every detail, the trousseau shopping, meeting the in-laws and focussing on your fairytale, you need a breather.
And the most anticipated honeymoon is exactly what you need after a year of planning and being all over the place. Have you spent all your money on the trousseau and the wedding? We’ve listed down 5 places in India that aren’t very heavy on the pocket and are dreamy enough to be the ideal honeymoon destination you were hoping for.
The Himalayan paradise is the perfect place to spend your honeymoon in. With picturesque slopes, you can enjoy the view of coniferous slopes, Vasundhara falls and the snowcapped mountains at a distance. Apart from being a popular pilgrimage destination, Auli is also famous for being one of the best skiing destinations in the country.
No honeymoon can ever be complete without a good swim. But instead of the crowded beaches and polluted waters, opt for the beautiful Sathodi Falls that is often known as Mini Niagara Falls. Part of the Ganesh Gudi Forest Range, Sathodi falls has a pristine picturesque that is the perfect mix of several water bodies that join together at the Kallaramane Ghat. Wouldn’t this make for the best holiday to start your lives with?
Located in southeastern Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry is the perfect place to unwind after a hectic schedule. With quaint cafes and Portugal architecture, the former French colony is the perfect place to prepare yourself for the upcoming party season.
It’s believed that Goddess Sita bathed in the lake waters which is now known as Sita Devi Lake. Surrounded by green hills, the lake is said to be sacred with the potential of curative powers. Adding to the scenic beauty, a few kilometres from the late is the Pallicasal Waterfalls with dense tea plantations that make this destination for a perfect honeymoon.
No travel list will ever get complete without mentioning Goa. Not just famous for the sun, sand, and beaches, Goa is the perfect amalgamation Hindu Goan styles and Portuguese culture. If nothing, just take a trip to Old Goa and visit the Archaeological Museum and Wax World, and the Museum of Christian Art. The two of you can walk around the streets and get some mushy time together too. Though a lot of people prefer Goa during summer season or the February ‘Carnaval’ time, Goa during the rainy season holds a different allure altogether.
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