Best Honeymoon Spots in India
the most romantic and best honeymoon destinations in the beautiful India.
Goa is an allweather honeymoon destination. Miles and miles of scenic beaches, colonial Portuguese buildings, sumptuous cuisine and a laidback atmostphere that just sets all the right moods. Rocking parties or intimate walks on the beach, indulge in whatever your heart desires
Exotic and sunkissed beaches, green expansive landscapes and crystalclear blue waters, its the perfect setting for beginning a new life together. The real attraction, though, lay underwater the pristine lagoons, unspoiled coral reefs and warm waters are a magnet for newlyweds.
3. Andaman and Nicobar Islands
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are famous for their neardeserted beaches, amazing corals and marine life, and an intriguing history.
4. Andaman and Nicobar Islands 2
Newlyweds can enjoy everything from scuba diving and snorkelling to soaking in spectacular views of the deep forests and magnificent hills. There are numerous resorts catering to their every whim and fancy.
5. Chikmagalur Karnataka
Chikmagalur is not the usual honeymoon destination, but todays couples are hardly anything usual. Gorgeous landscapes and beautiful coffee plantations. There are a number hill stations around, such as Mullayanagiri, the highest peak in Karnataka is just 12 km away. There are several tourist spots and holy places that give couples a wide variety of experiences. And if you love coffee, then nothing like it!
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