Best 5 beautiful destinations for honeymoon in India!

Happiness is only real when it’s shared! The quotes relates with life and happiness so closely. The sweet phase of life when we join our present and future with a person leaving all our pasts behind seems to be the most beautiful part of our lives. It’s at this time, when the couple together alone sets out to explore the world lay ahead of them. And if the destinations they visit are stunning, this leads to the already charming journey get enhanced automatically.

India, is rich in its cultural heritage and natural beauty. The natural essence and the authentic natural beauty that this country has, is something that can woo your senses when you set to discover the incredible beauty of this country.

Today, let’s get through with exploring some amazing destinations ideal for honeymoon in India. Let’s get to know these places more beautifully and decide whether it’s suitable for your ideal couple travel or not!

Jammu and Kashmir

The breathtaking beauty, the paradise on earth, the heaven on the laps of Himalayas! Jammu and Kashmir is an epitome of natural beauty on earth. Known amongst some of the most beautiful places in the world, this state engulfs you in its astounding beauty with a charismatic charm. Not to forget the friendly and helpful locals here. Be it the captivating beauty of the chilling Leh Ladakh, or the serenity of the Dal lake at Srinagar, the huge ice clad mounts of Sonmarg, or the lush greens, the spellbounding valleys at Pehelgam and noisy waterfalls at Gulmarg, this place is a gem of nature gifted to us.

Visit here between March to October to avail benefits of the whole state. The winters here are all chilled with even the lakes getting a layer of ice formed on them because of severe cold. Thus, to enjoy the happy boating time around the city of water, the enjoy in the lush gardens which are here since Mughal times and catch some great pictures of the beautiful nature around, visiting Kashmir between March to October is the ideal time.

Book a stay at the boat hotels at Dal lake for a great experience of staying on water! There are numerous boat houses standing in a line on this lake. Or get booking a room at Srinagar, or a historical hotel at pehelgam can be amazing too. There are numerous hotels with all the amenities available at Sonmarg too.


The stunning, serenic beauty on land! The place with a generous hush and bush of greenery, the magical charm of the equally green sea and distinct wildlife. Not to forget the stunning backwaters, palm lined beaches and the never ending network of canals. These reasons alone are enough to make kerala, a dream destination for any couple.

When visiting here, you just can’t miss staying at Alappuzha (or Alleppey), a city on the Laccadive Sea in the southern Indian state of Kerala best known for its comfortable houseboat cruises along the rustic Kerala backwaters with a network of tranquil canals and lagoons to follow. Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala. Is distinguished by its British colonial architecture and many art galleries.

Kuthira Malika Palace here with carved horses and displaying collections related to the Travancore royal family grabs attention of the spectators.

Munnar is another town in the Western Ghats mountain range in Kerala A hill station and former resort for the British Raj elite prides in having Eravikulam National Park, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, is home to the Lakkam Waterfalls. Apart from these, even Kochi with devastating beauty with sea coast and the historic port, Kovalam being a small coastal town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, south of Thiruvananthapuram are a must check place too. The ambience in the lush valleys are enough to turn your romance in to a love story here.


Not a usual hill station to spend some calm, romantic and cool time together, but a desert to add spice to your journey. Rajasthan prides in being one of the exceptional and amazing deserts in the world. The most vibrant state in the country, it sparkles with local and tribal festivals, one of the most culturally blessed states and a climate that makes it totally incredible place to visit. The hot mornings along the deep sand to the chilled nights in the local markets, Rajasthan flaunts some exclusive cultural values.

Be it Pink city, Jaipur or the desert safari special Jaisalmer, there is always a lot to do here. Rght in the middle of Thar Desert, Jaisalmer is spreadacross the desert land of Rajasthan. Visit the Sand Dunes of the great Thar desert, get a ride on the Camel safari, visit Gadi Sagar Lake, Golden Fort and famous havelis in Jaisalmer.

Enjoy the traditional Rajasthani food and immerse in the natural, basic lifestyle out there. You can also pay a holy visit to Ajmer from there, visiting the shrines of some known devotees, get a perfect view from salwar sareef near there and explore the handicrafts available in the local market there.

One of the most astounding beach destination across the globe. Goa guarantees an amazing time spent for all. The warm sunlight days, gazing at the sun through the dark shades, lazing around at the beaches sipping your favourite drink, exploring an adventurous world through the available water sports activities, Goa has days filled with excitement and amazements. While at evening, you can walk hand in hand with your partner on the soft sands under the cool soft moon taking in the salty smell of the sea.

Romance is totally in air at Goa! Explore the range of beaches out there from anjuna to calungate to baga beach! From visiting the ancestral Basilica Of Bom Jesus to the Panjim city, everything is basic and magical out there.

The resorts, nightlife and amazing Goan food is another positive factor when visiting here. With the Chapora Fort, Discover Bollywood’s favourite fort.

The best time to visit here can be from October to May as the water sports are at a risk and closed during monsoons.


Nainital is an excotic Himalayan resort town in the Kumaon region of India’s Uttarakhand state Formerly a British hill station, it’s set around Nainital Lake. Popularly know as the lake city of India, it’s well known for it’s fascinating hills, picturesque plains, enjoyable climate and stunning lakes, temples, Eco Garden Cave, Mountain Peaks and View PointsActivities like Rock Climbing, Wildlife Tours, Temple Visits, Cable Car Rides and TrekkingDistance.

Catch a stunning view of the snow capped Himalayas, sneak from Naina peak and get to see one of the most magical creation of nature. Explore one of the most beautiful lakes in the city of Nainital. Residents and tourists both just love the place for the tranquil ambience it provides. Even Khurpatal lake is one such body which plays an essential role in supplying water to the town.

For snow lovers, here’s a whole paradise of awesomeness with the Ridge of Shimla, it’s known for organizing several government functions and fairs and is the key venue for all the major events as well as celebrations that take place here in Shimla.

Spend a day in each other’s company under the serenity of Sattal. An excellent tourist and picnic spot with seven lakes, each in a different hue of green and blue. Bhimtal, a large lake with an island restaurant in the middle that’s accessible by boat. Or indulge in a long journey with your partner through the sleepy hamlet of Pangot, the Guano Hills are known for their amazing walking and trekking trails.

Visit the place through out the year and enjoy the local delicacies from here in the form grilled food and excotic veggie delights too!
Read this? Now plan your honeymoon trip or a romantic trip with your partner and explore the beauties of India in the most romantic way!

17 Comments Add yours

  1. Varad says:

    Nice list. But I got married (a looong time ago :D) in March) so 3 out the 5 places mentioned here would be HOT, HOT, HOT!!!

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  2. knurly says:

    It’s all so beautiful!


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    1. Thanks so much!!

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  3. sukrisblog says:

    I have been to a few places and now I know which top my bucket list though it is the wrong time now I hope to visit soon. Happiness is surely to be shared and so it is relative.


  4. jaya1966 says:

    I got married 13 years back and for a honey moon we went around the hill stations of Kerala. I loved every bit of it. You have presented some really amazing pictures which make me want to pack my bags and set off immediately. I would love to visit Jammu and Kashmir. I have been to Goa for a very short trip. Great going Saba.

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  5. Hi Saba.. you got a very interesting mix of places here, from the popular Goa to the off-best Nainital, and you covered from Kashmir to Kerala too! Loved your travelogue style of writing and the interspersing pictures were amazing. I am lucky to be actually living in one of the locales mentioned by you: Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, so I feel privileged to get a slice of ‘God’s own Country’ whenever I wish to! Will be back to read your future posts… All the best !


  6. sushmasn says:

    My honeymoon destination was Manali and I always feel I should have visited Jammu and kashmir, leh ladak and Gulmarg. Lovely pictures. I prefer hill stations over a beach holiday and would love to visit Nainital as well.


  7. My honeymoon was in Munnar, Kerala. Have visited three of the 5 places you mentioned. Jammu and Kashmir is definitely on my wish list. Lovely post and gorgeous pics.

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    1. Thanks and plz do visit kashmir, the beauty there is amazing

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  8. Nice list, I’ve visited only Goa and all the rest are on my to-visit list. Lovely pictures, especially that of Nainital.

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    1. Thanks so much. Sure do visit them, they are worth visiting .


  9. Wow! Saba, fantastic choice of your top 5 honeymoon destinations. The pictures are very nice. I have visited all the places except the Kasmir. But, I think Kasmir is the best among those places. It just reminds me the honeymoon clipping of the film ” Roza”.

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    1. Thanks. Yes, kashmir is the most beautiful of all,.I think everyone should visit here once in their life.

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  10. Nainital looks delectable. As Varad said I also got married long long back, but probably can just go vacationing😊

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    1. Best of luck for your second honeymoon here !!


  11. says:

    wow awesome post!


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