Five Most Beautiful Honeymoon Places in India to Let Your Love Flow


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You’ll fall in love with these beautiful honeymoon places. South India is abundantly blessed with a diverse range of landscapes, and this factor places many South Indian destinations among the best honeymoon places in India. Consider the top 10 honeymoon destinations in India, and a good majority of them are sure to be South Indian havens. Munnar, Alleppey, Wayanad, and Vagamon are few of the most beautiful places in Kerala that attract a galore of tourists from all across the globe to spend their honeymoon vacation in. Whereas Ooty and Kodaikanal are the most hailed honeymoon paradises of Tamil Nadu and Coorg, Madikeri and Kudremukh are the charmers in Karnataka.

 Andra Pradesh also has places like Ananthagiri hills that attract honeymooners like swarms of flies. Apart from the stunning panorama, other factors that captivate honeymooners to South India include a favorable climate throughout the year and the fact that if planned, even the best honeymoon places in South Indian don’t burn a hole in the pocket. There are a lot of sensational honeymoon places in South India that can make the sweetest honeymoon memories even more relishing.

1. Munnar

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Nestled among the lush greenery, Munnar is a breathtaking beauty situated in the mountains of the Western Ghats in the South Indian State of Kerala. Though there are many hill stations in South India, Munnar is a stunning haven like none other. Blanketed by tea plantations, even the wind that blows in Munnar accentuates the romantic vibe and untold fairytales. Blessed with picturesque lakes that look like the ones straight out of a movie, exotic flora and fauna unique to this place and heart-stopping viewpoints, Munnar tops the list as one of the best honeymoon locations in South India. Ample number of stays are scattered across Munnar from the ones right at the center of the town to very offbeat yet stunning resorts in the outskirts away from the hustle and bustle of tourists. The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, and the nearest railway station is the Angamaly Railway Station. Eravikulam National Park, Echo Point, Pothamed Viewpoint, Maduppetti River, and Atukkad WaterFalls are few of the spots that shouldn’t be missed while in Munnar.

2. Ooty – Where the Queen of hills sings the songs of love

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If an award is given to the most popular honeymoon destination in India, Ooty is sure to bag it. Ooty is an astonishing hill station in the Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu that was turned to a summer palace of the British Raj, and ever since then, the hills of Nilgiri have been attracting tourists from the nooks and corners of the world like bees to honey. Also called the Queen of hills, Ooty seems to have dark, deep secrets hidden in the roots of eucalyptus trees there, and that is one of the reasons why tourists choose Ooty to witness them falling in love. With benign weather throughout the year, Ooty is always filled in with tourists. Dense green forests, quaint lakes, raging waterfalls, captivating gardens, and striking viewpoints, Ooty has it all. The closest airport to Ooty is the Coimbatore Airport. To make the Ooty honeymoon experience even more memorable, take a ride in the Nilgiri Express early in the morning from Mettupalayam. The vintage train slowly swaying through the exotic mountains in itself is an adventure for a lifetime. A few of the places that shouldn’t be missed while in Ooty are Ooty Lake, Pine forest, Ooty Botanical Garden, and Ooty Rose Garden.

3. Alleppey – Come! Swing and dance in a houseboat in the Venice of the East

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Tired of the same old hill stations that are in every honeymooner’s story ever? Then take a flight to the beautiful locale of Alleppey or Alappuzha in the South Indian state of Kerala. Spend a night or two swaying in the ravishing backwaters in a traditional houseboat that is no less than a luxury resort. Alappuzha is very popular for its backwaters set in the backdrop of gorgeous paddy fields overlooked by coconut trees. A massage from a traditional Ayurvedic spa can loosen up the minds and help in relishing the entire honeymoon experience better. Houseboats can be rented for a day to cruise through the inter-linking backwaters enjoying a sumptuous and traditional seafood meal and sipping the toddy, or the couples could spend a romantic night nestled in the splendid and serene waters of Alappuzha. Alleppey can top the list to be among one of the top 10 honeymoon destinations in India. Other spots that should be visited while in Alleppey are the Alappuzha Beach, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, and Vembanad Lake. The nearest airport is the Cochin International Airport, and Alappuzha has a railway station connecting to almost all the major points in Kerala. 

4. Coorg – On a budget? We have a Scotland right here

Located in Karnataka of South India, Coorg is a jaw-dropping locale straight out from a painting that seems to be created while God was on a vacation. Also known as Kodagu, Coorg has stunning weather throughout the year making it an even more perfect honeymoon destination. The smell of enchanting coffee fills in the air of Coorg and can light up any rock-solid soul. Kodagu is one of the best honeymoon places in India. Thick green wilderness enveloping the magnanimous mountains is a sight to behold. The Golden Temple of Kushalnagar, Abbey Waterfalls, Raja’s Seat of Madikeri, White water rafting in Barapole River, and Talacauvery are must-visits while in Coorg. The nearest city is Mysuru, and the nearest airport is Mangalore Airport.

5. Lakshadweep – Love on the Islands


Turquoise blue water and white sand beaches away from the blitz and scramble of the modern and crowded city is what Lakshadweep promises to offer. One of the most jaw-dropping offbeat destinations unspoiled by the overcrowded melee of tourists, Lakshadweep is a group of islands off the coast of Kerala. Lakshadweep is an agglomeration of 12 atolls, 3 reefs, and 5 submerged banks. Not all islands are inhabited, or neither are open to tourists. The islanders are very friendly and always open to welcome the tourists. The charm of Lakshadweep lies in its serenity and aloofness. There are many cruises and ferries from Kochi that can take the tourists to this gem of a place. Scuba diving is an activity that shouldn’t be missed while in the Dweep. South India has many promising tourist destinations that are sure to make even the toughest of hearts melt. Kodaikanal, Wayanad, Kanyakumari, Kovalam, Nandi Hills, and Coonoor are other few stunning jewels in the south of India. For more details, do explore Kerala Tours and packages.

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