Top 3 Honeymoon Destinations in India
Newly married couples looking for the perfect romantic spot to honeymoon should consider India. Unmatched beauty with serene landscapes and plentiful activities, India is the perfect location for an unforgettable honeymoon.
Goa offers some of the world's most beautiful beaches. The honeymoon couple who adores water sports will appreciate Goa. A couple who spends the day participating in the many water sports will be able to spend their evenings enjoying the casinos and fabulous restaurants. Couples looking for a more secluded honeymoon destination have the opportunity to visit some less populated beachfront areas such as Varca and Bogmalo.
Goa also offers nature lovers at the chance to visit the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary and Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary. Couples are able to spend time wandering through the Anjuna Beach Flea Market or visiting the area's beautiful churches.
Kerala is a relatively unspoiled area of India that few outsiders were aware of until "National Geographic" named the area one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world. Kerala offers the honeymoon couple unique and beautiful scenery. Kerala offers an array of beaches and waterways for almost any type of water sport or a day lying on the sand. The backwaters are one of the best honeymoon escapes in India, and there are various resorts in Kerala that offer luxury honeymoon holidays for couples. A day trek to the Munnar mountains is a must for the honeymoon couple.
Couples on their honeymoon have the ability to visit the wildlife and bird sanctuaries for an upfront look at India's wildlife. Kanakakkunnu Palace and Krishnapuram Palace are two of Kerala's stunning buildings that are able to be toured. A couple is able to take tours of area temples including Bhagawati temple and Kozhikkode Tali temple.
Lakshadweep is an island area, part of the Laccadive Sea. A remote area that offers a variety water sports that include snorkeling and surfing. The beaches are some of the most beautiful in the entire world surrounded by coconut groves. The couple looking for activities other than water sports may visit Mosques in the area or spend a day shopping in the nearby villages. Boat tours may be taken to view some of the area's islands such as Kalpeni and Andretti Islands.
Nat Dogre first visited India in 2003 and fell in love with the people, the culture and the beautiful county. She has been living in India for the last 4 years. Apart from teaching yoga to school children in Bangalore, she also works as a content editor for some of the best luxury holidays in Bangalore. You can contact her on Natasha.dogre(at)gmail.com to know more.