Tip Tip Barsa Paani 6 Most Romantic Places in India for the Perfect Honeymoon During Monsoons


Most romantic honeymoon spots: “No, we are not going to Goa for our honeymoon.” If that’s what you hear yourself saying after a monsoon wedding, don’t worry, here’s a list of alternative destinations perfect for a romantic monsoon honeymoon. The goal is to make the best experiences of your life memorable. These places are ideal for spending the best time of your life with your partner. From a calm, serene and scenic environment to one full of thrills and adventure, amazing India has it all. Breaking away from the mundane life of the city, these places are incredibly beautiful. You might want to love the place more than your partner by the end of this trip!Also Read – Flood alert in Kashmir, rains push mercury levels up nose

Check out these most romantic spots perfect for a monsoon honeymoon

1. Netrani Island, Karnataka

Discover an enriched aquatic life on the island of Netrani. Photo credits: scuba_at_netrani_murudeshwar/instagram

An unusual yet beautiful island off the coast of Karnataka with its heart-shaped formation couldn’t symbolize your love better. Enjoy scuba diving with… fish, whales, dolphins, turtles and cobia… (maybe your partner too?).. thanks to the rich and lively aquatic life of this island. Snorkeling is also available here for a wonderful and serene encounter with marine life. Read also – From Coorg to Mount Abu, these beautiful destinations are unmissable during the monsoons

2. Shnongpdeng, Meghalaya

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Watch the boats float through the air at Shnongpdeng. Photo credit: Unsplash

Boats appear to be floating in the air at this spot located at Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya. This dreamlike landscape is due to the crystal clear waters of the Umngot River. This location is ideal for your signature Titanic pose as the surroundings will add to the beauty of the two of you in love in a boat. Besides boating, you can also try fishing and walk on the suspension bridge. Other tourist attractions include cliff jumping, scuba diving, kayaking and snorkeling. To read also – Ye Baarish Ki Boondein…! 6 Best Places To Visit In South India This Monsoon

3. Kishtwar, Kashmir

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The most photogenic place, the saffron fields of Kishtwar. Photo credit: Unsplash

What better than Kashmir to celebrate love and longevity? Here is a city in Kashmir, popularly known as “The Land of Sapphire and Saffron” – a majestic highland valley that offers breathtaking panoramic views of snow-capped mountains, lush green meadows and tranquil ambience which surrounds it. In addition to the striking views, this small hamlet offers ideal terrain for adventure sports such as trekking, rock climbing and especially paragliding. One of the most popular treks is the Paddar Valley trek in Zanskar through the Umasi La pass.

4. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

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The queen of hill stations, Kodaikanal. Photo credit: Unsplash

If Kashmir is the most romantic destination in the North, then Kodaikanal is named as such in the South. Extremely popular as “The Princess of Hill Stations”, especially with honeymooners, Kodaikanal has some amazing places to visit like Guna Caves and Dolphin’s Nose. The Coaker Boardwalk is a great place to take in great mountain views. It is also a delight for campers and hikers due to its wonderful trails and scenery. The unique star-shaped man-made Kodai Lake is one of the best attractions here. The flow of Kodai Lake results in a 180-foot-tall waterfall called Silver Cascade, another popular and perfect spot for honeymoon photoshoot.

5. Ponmudi, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

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Experience beauty, fun and frolic in Ponmudi. PC: Unsplash

With almost the same temperature throughout the year and a three-hour drive from Thiruvananthapuram town, the village is home to vibrant flora and fauna including mountain flowers, wild orchids and exotic butterflies. The most fascinating sight on the way to the valley is the breathtaking Kallar River, which runs parallel to the road in the opposite direction, with the picturesque Meenmutty waterfalls a short distance away. A large number of cottages and resorts have appeared in the area. The Treehouse Observation Tower is another great place to visit. Trekking to Varayadumotta, the most popular hiking trail in Ponmudi offers scenic views of the hills with the Nilgiri Tahrs. Considered one of the most difficult in Trivandrum, it is an 18 km trek. All in all, this is THE place for your honeymoon, gorgeous for photos and full of fun activities to make it a memorable one.

6. Allappuzha, Kerala

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Spend the most romantic time here in Allepey Photo credits: Unsplash

The mainstay of Kerala tourism, the backwaters of Alappuzha, with the spectacular view of the water channels covered in seaweed and flowers, will give you photographs that seem straight out of a Malayalam film. Located on the southwest coast of India, Alappuzha or Alleppey, is blessed with immense natural beauty and its backwaters are best explored by magnificent houseboats. Alleppey also amuses travelers with its exciting adventure sports. Another attraction exclusive to Alleppey is the Floating Triveni Market. This market floats on the water and the boat sells everything from rice, vegetables and fridges to TVs at affordable prices. The main market in this town is also known for its unusually styled South Indian jewelry, small trinkets, handicrafts and artifacts.

So why think of the traditional destinations for your honeymoon. Think of rewarding experiences that you will remember for years.


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