Exotic Honeymoon Destinations In India – Romancing The Planet

With many luxurious and exotic honeymoon destinations in India, makes the subcontinent a land of wonder. The amazing people and their amazing hospitality will soothe you immensely as the spicy treats from the neighborhood street vendor have taken you for a ride earlier the day!

From the royal elixir of Rajasthan’s palatial palaces to the wilderness of Sundarbans’s mangrove forest, from the Snow capped Himalayas to the empty desserts; India will leave you spoilt for choices.

A honeymoon for the newly married needs to be special, loaded with activities and exotic honeymoon experiences for you shall live to tell the tale to your grandchildren. Let India transform you into a storyteller, with plethora of experiences on offer.

Here are five honeymoon destinations in India to consider after your wedding in India.

Srinagar

Shikara at Dal Lake, Srinagar Kashmir by Mohamad Hilmi Osman on 500px.com

With cheap airline tickets now you can directly fly into the paradise that Kashmir is one of the most sort after honeymoon destinations in India. The 12 hour journey from Jammu to Srinagar is undoubtedly scenic but can be tiring. While in Srinagar, indulge in a day’s stay or two in Dal Lake. Live like a local in the houseboats. The shikara rides are rightly accounted as unique experience. You can shop some of the finest woolen embroidery stuff from the sellers on the Dal Lake. Relish the Gustabas and soak in the Kashmiriyat, the hospitable nature of the valley.

Gangtok

On the way to the Rumtek monastery by Sasank on 500px.com

Sikkim’s capital is a gem of a place when it comes to the road less explored, from the mountains of North East India. A gateway to the snowcapped mountain peak and icy lakes, Gangtok. Do not forget to spend some time in the cafes that play the best of Western Classical music. Also gorge on the best pork momos of the country.

Coorg

Magical Monsoon @ Coorg by Manjith Babu on 500px.com

Gone are the days, people would have sworn by the name of Ooty. Nilgiris ranges is all set to mesmerize you with a new destination, Coorg. A hill station of Karnataka, Coorg is sparsely populated, practices distinct culture (look up for the way women here wear the traditional sari) and specializes in Coorgie pork curry. Multiple Coorg resorts hosts the weary travelers across seasons, with the choicest of local fine gourmet food and spices freshly sourced from the sprawling land adjoined.

Jodhpur

Gullys of Jodhpur by Suraaj Parab on 500px.com

Famously named as the Pink City, Jaipur is a pretty little town of Rajasthan gleaming in regal elegance. Visit Jodhpur from the city of Delhi (only 4 hours drive), secure a stay with few of the best hospitality provider, visit the villages nearby to experience cultural extravaganza, shop for local colorful Bandhni specialty saris or dress materials and do save a day to visit the nearby forts. The Rajput forts are one of a kind and evokes awe till date.

Kumarakom

God's own country by Samsuddha Majumder on 500px.com

The serpentine backwaters will open up a world unknown as you venture into the interiors of Kumarkom. This tiny town of Kerala is literally afloat on water. Beautiful sunset and sunrise will fill up with day with ethereal bliss. The town houses few best of the resorts brands. The days go on in complete relaxing mode, from the shore as various exotic bird species sing to you.

It is quite a challenge to pinpoint few places of grandeur from India while the huge landmass is full of wonderful destinations. We tried to jot down the best of them basis on popularity however here are many other landscapes in the country, set to enthrall you.

The nuptial days will see romance soaring up as you set on a journey to explore India’s exotic destination. In case you have traveled to any of them feel free to suggest us in the comment section. Stay with us as we explore more from this great country, diverse across the expanse, be it culture or geography.

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