Saturday, January 21, 2012

Honeymoon in central India Honeymoon in Khajuraho

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Honeymoon in Khajuraho is the ultimate place to embark on a journey of marriage, to know your partner better, to spend the time in peace with each other and to plan for a pleasant future together. Khajuraho is renowned the world over for fabulous stone temples with elaborate and exquisite ornamentation. The sensual carvings depicting maithun couples in various postures are the perfect lesson on an un-trodden journey on Honeymoon in Khajuraho. So Khajuraho is the best Honeymoon Destination in India.

Honeymoon Attraction in Khajuraho

Originally, there were 85 temples in total at Khajuraho but now only 22 of them stand intact. These temples present the zenith in the Hindu temple architecture of India. Take a tour of the village of Khajuraho on Honeymoon in Khajuraho to cover the Western Group of Temples, Eastern Group of Temples and Southern Group of Temples. The temples of the Western Group depict the most sensual art form on the walls.

Enjoy your Honeymoon in Khajuraho with the temple tour of the Kandariya Mahadeva, Vishwanath and Nandi Temple, Jagadambika Temple, Chitragupta Temple, Lakshmana Temple, Chaunsat Yogini Temple, Lakshmi and Varaha Temple, Mahadev Temple, Chitragupta Temple, Parvati Temple and Matangesvara Temple. The Eastern Group of Temples comprises of the Brahma Temple, Vamana Temple, Javari Temple, Ghantai Temple, Adinath Temple and Parsvanath Temple. The Southern Group of Temples comprises of Duladeo Temple and the Chaturbhuja Temple. After an intensive touring of Khajuraho, venture out from the village on Honeymoon in Khajuraho.

Panna National Park, Raneh Fall, Ken Nature Trail, Ken Garial Sanctuary, Banisagar Lake, Ranguan Lake, Gangau Dam, Pandav Falls, Dhubela Museum, Ajaygarh Fort, Kalinjar Fort, Orchha, Jhansi and Gwalior are perfect getaways for excursions from Khajuraho. Shopping on Honeymoon in Khajuraho comprises of metal and clay souvenirs, silver goods, brassware and local handicraft items.


Honeymoon in Pachmarhi

If you are looking for honeymoon destinations in India, then you would not be able to ignore the extremely beautiful hillstation in Madhya Pradesh, popular as Pachmarhi. A honeymoon in Pachmarhi is a complete package, full of fun, adventure, romance and tour.

The place got its name from the five caves that, according to local beliefs, once sheltered the Pandavas during their exile.The special time spent on this calm and pleasant hill station, where you will have lots of eye-soothing sights to enjoy will become some of the most memorable moments for the honeymooners.

Honeymoon Attractions in Pachmarhi

The Beautiful Waterfalls

There are various sights, especially water bodies, that are amazing places for the newly wed couples to spend time in. Amidst the natural bounties, in the company of each other, they can have a really outstanding time. Some of the most popular waterfalls and streams in Pachmarhi are, Jamuna Prapat, known as Bee Fall, Rajat Prapat, or Silver Fall, Handi Khoh, a popular ravine, Jalawataran or Duchess Falls, Sunder Kund or Saunder's Pool. Besides these, various small pools are also a huge hit for picnic, offering a lively atmosphere to the honeymoon couples.

The Intimidating Caves

Pachmarhi also provides the thrill and adventure of cave exploration to the couples. Various places of the hill station are scattered with caves and exotic structures. You can go take a visit to the famous Jata Shankar, a sacred cave whose rocky formations appear as the Lord Shankar's matted hair. The very popular Pandav Caves, the five rocky dwellings which are now protected monuments, are also must watch attractions. You can also see the carved Harper's Cave, whose painting of a man playing a harp, gave it it's name.

The Splendid Hills and Peaks

Priyadarshani or Forsyth Point is the main and central hill peak in Pachmarhi from where the entire place can be viewed. With its many resorts, it now is a popular tourist place, drawing a lot of honeymooners as well. Other hilly sights are Mahadeo Hills, which is a sacred place with its Shiva shrine, and it also has painted caves for tourists delight. Dhoopgarh, is another hill top that offers beautiful views, especially of sunsets.

Piccadily Circus or Tridhara

This is one of the best picnic spots in Pachmarhi, with its exquisite forest area, and natural abundance. The speciality of this place is a spot where two streams meet, and thereby providing tourists a delightful place to explore, and honeymooners a romantic ambiance to enjoy.

The Architectural Delights
Pachmarhi was under Britisher's domination in the past centuries and therefore the surroundings are very much influenced by the colonial style buildings and churches. You can have a great time with your partner here, exploring the mesmerizing churches like, 1892 Catholic Church which is a combination of French and Irish architecture. The 1875 Christ Church is equally popular , because of the splendid sanctum sanctorum and pillarless structure. The cemetery in the nearby areas is a quiet and intimidating place.

Satpura National Park

One of the most popular National Parks of the country, both for tourism and in literature, this park has beautiful trees of evergreen sal, bamboo and teak. Various mountains, waterfalls, rivulets and streams form the internal landmarks of this park. Besides various predators and small animals, the park is also home to many birds. This park provides you a delight of a perfect organic world.

Things to do in Pachmarhi
Do not miss out on the opportunity to have a wonderful water splashing time, with your partner, in the beautiful waterfalls.

The various waterbodies and river sites also offer provisions for boating, do catch up on that.

Gorge on the amazing Maharashtrian, Gujarati and Jain delicacies, available in various eateries of the hill station. One of the famous places to enjoy these delicacies is Chunmun Cottage near Bee Fall.

Visit the Ayurvedic centres of the hill station, as they are very popular.

Trekking on one of the beautiful hill ranges would be a delightful experience for the honeymooners.

Shopping in Pachmarhi

The hill station is rich in its own arts and crafts, especially by the tribals. You must shop for the exclusive bamboo and metal work on the handicrafts, crafted by the Bastar and Gond tribes. There are local weekly markets on the street that sells paintings and many hunting tools, which can serve as the souvenirs of your Honeymoon in Pachmarhi. A small street market near Pachmarhi Bus Station, is acknowledged for its wonderful marble and jute works. You must also buy jars of local honey from this place and enjoy it at your place back home, while remembering a lovely time.

Honeymoon in Northen India

Honeymoon in Delhi
Delhi, the capital of the largest democracy in the world, is much more than just a capital and a metropolitan city. It is the heart of India, indeed a mini-India where you will find people of diverse cultures and from different states inter-mingled to weave a splendid wreath, reflecting every colour of India. Since the times of the Mughals and the British Raj, Delhi has been favoured as the political capital of the ruling authority and the legacy has been carried forward after independence as well. Despite modern developments, Delhi has very well retained its past heritage. It is one of the oldest cities in the world and a special honeymoon place in India for those who have fascination for history, heritage and culture. Honeymoon in Delhi is the best option because of its convenient connectivity with the entire world, well-developed accommodation facilities, famous tourist attractions, lively bazaars and numerable eating joints offering a plethora of cuisines.

About Delhi
Begin your Honeymoon in Delhi with learning about the past and present of the city. So, visit the historical as well as modern landmarks of Delhi that will narrate you the story of Delhi right from the beginning till the present times. Mahmud of Ghazni plundered Delhi seventeen times but it never lost its glory due to those expeditions. It is still standing intact and welcoming all with its arms wide open. Qutub Minar, Old Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Red Fort, Safdarjung's Tomb, Rashtrapati Bhawan and India Gate should be visited to give a historical tint to your Honeymoon in Delhi. Other modern structures that are informative about the past are the National Museum, Shankar's International Doll's Museum, Rail Museum and Crafts Museum.

Honeymoon Attraction in Delhi

It is really difficult to find serenity in Delhi but still there are quite a few places you would love to be while your honeymoon trip to Delhi such as the Mughal Garden, Lodhi Garden, Buddha Jayanti Park, National Zoological Park and Garden of Five Senses. Aapno Ghar, Fun 'N' Food Village, Adventure Island and Splash Water Park are some of the amusement parks in Delhi where the honeymooners can spend some great time together and recollect their fun loving memories of childhood.

Delhi has various religious places to visit like Akshardham Mandir, ISCKON Temple, Lotus(Bahai) Temple, Lakshmi Narayan Mandir or Birla Mandir, Chattarpur Mandir, Jama Masjid, Moti Ki Masjid, Hazrat Nizammudin, Gurudwara Sis Gunj Sahib, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Gurudwara Majnu Ka Tila, Gurudwara Rakab Gunj, Gurudwara Nanak Piao, Sacred Heart Church, Church of the Redemption and so on.

Delhi is a paradise for shopper-holics. Honeymoon in Delhi is indeed a time to indulge in shopping to get some very special gifts for your life partner and souvenirs to carry back home for your family & friends as the most memorable token of love to be treasured for long. In Delhi, you will find any thing that you can fancy about from trinkets to jewelry, from clothes to furnishing and from antiques to modern gizmos. So stroll across the markets such as Connaught Place, Janpath, Karol Bagh, Chandni Chowk, Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, Rajouri Garden and Greater Kailash to pick up a variety of stylish stuff on your honeymoon trip to Delhi. From Dilli Haat at INA and Pitampura you can savour various cuisines of India and buy traditional accessories, handicrafts, clothes and shoes also.

Metro has become the lifeline of Delhi in no time and a convenient medium to stroll around in the city for honeymooners too. It is comfortable, easy, time saving and less tiring to move in Delhi through metro. You just need a metro map guide booklet which is available at any of the metro stations and then you can be your own guide. You can also get a metro smart card at the customer care counter at any of the metro stations and escape long queues to buy ticket and even save 10% of the metro fare. Through metro you can easily reach even the far off places from where you are staying during your honeymoon in Delhi. Metro booklet also informs you about the nearby metro stations to places you want to visit and famous restaurants at those locations as well. Metro connects the city very well and it will surely make your honeymoon trip more cozy, less exhaustive and absolutely fun-filled.

All this will turn out a couple's honeymoon in Delhi as an exceptional, fun-filled and adventurous experience that is bound to embark the immortal bond of their life with sheer joy and a lovely feeling of togetherness.

Honeymoon in Agra

There cannot be a better place for honeymoon in India than Agra, the Land of the Taj. Many people know Agra as the erstwhile capital of the Mughals but its antiquity goes back to the period of Lord Krishna. If you have passion for old monuments and want to witness the eternal 'Symbol of Love', Honeymoon in Agra is the perfect option. You will enjoy Honeymoon in Agra more with superior accommodation facilities, well-maintained tourist attractions, lively bazaars and first-class eating joints.

Honeymoon Attraction in Agra
Make your Honeymoon in Agra a lingering affair by first visiting the Taj Mahal. Pay homage to one of the most romantic couples of all times, Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal, and try to bring such romance in your married life after a mesmerizing Honeymoon in Agra. Know more about the real love story of the royal couple and the conception of the 'Memorial of Love in White Marble'. The pure white marble with inlay work of precious and semi-precious stones, the symmetry in plan and majestic massiveness and absolute purity of idea and construction will make you awe-struck.

Sightseeing Trip in Agra
After you have finished with your tour of the Taj, continue you sightseeing trip of the Mughal city on Honeymoon in Agra. Visit the Red Fort also known as the Agra Fort, Akbar's Tomb at Sikandra,Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb and Chini-Ka-Rauza. The important mosques in Agra are the Jama Masjid, Moti Masjid and Nagina Masjid. Also visit the Ram Bagh, Dayal Bagh and Soami Bagh while on Honeymoon in Agra. Make your Honeymoon in Agra more interesting by undertaking excursions to Fatehpur Sikri, Mathura, Vrindavan, Gokul, Deeg, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Ferozabad, Jaipur and Aligarh.

Shopping adds a zing of excitement in Honeymoon in Agra because you can find a wide variety of things to explore and purchase in Agra. Agra is particularly famous for marble works, brassware, leather products, rugs and carpets. You can take back home decorative items, table tops, jewelry boxes, candle stands, mirrors, swings, beds, footwear, jackets, rugs and carpet for yourself as well friends as souvenirs from Agra. The famous markets to explore while on Honeymoon in Agra are Sadar Bazaar, Kinari Bazaar, Munro Road, Loha Mandi, Sabzi Mandi, Nai-Ki-Mandi, Gangotri- Uttar Pradesh State Emporium and Shilpagram Crafts Village.


Honeymoon in Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is blessed with the picturesque and serene honeymoon locations, amidst the snow clad mountains.
The majestic mountains, herbaceous valleys interlaced with trekking routes and rivers namely Sutlej, Beas, Yamuna, Ravi, Parbati and Chenab, dense forests rich in flora and fauna and lush grasslands with blossoming pink 'Rhododendrons' and apple orchards are sufficient to make your honeymoon in Himachal an unforgettable experience to cheer for ever. It has famous honeymoon places in india.

In the 'Land of the Gods', you can initiate your journey from the capital Shimla and then advance towards the other famous honeymoon destinations located in Himachal. Dalhousie, Kullu, Manali, Shimla and Dharamshala are beautiful hill stations of Himachal that offer panoramic backdrops to capture perfect pictures of the two of you and fall in love with each other over and again.

The colonial extravagance of Dalhousie, staggering charm of Shimla and Chail, 81 old stone temples in Mandi located on the banks of River Beas, the Shivalik Ranges caressing Nahan and Chamba, the alluring exquisiteness of Kullu and Manali and the verdant valleys of Lahaul, Spiti, Kangra, Bhaga, Habban, Sollang Nullah and Rajgarh ornament the grandeur of Himachal and make it an exotic destination for honeymooners.

Honeymoon Attraction in Himachal Pradesh

On your honeymoon trip to Himachal Pradesh, do not forget to visit the religious shrines ofJwalamukhi Ji, Chintpurni Ji, Naina Devi, Bajreshwari Devi, Chamunda Ji, Anandpur Sahib, Paonta Sahib, Manikaran Sahib, Christ Church, St. Michael’s Cathedral, St. Mary’s Church, St. Andrew’s Church, St. John’s Church, St. Francis’ Church and the Buddhist monasteries, to seek the blessings of God for a happy married life.

There are various events organized every year in Himachal Pradesh. You can plan your honeymoon trip according to their occurrence. Some of the annual events in Himachal are:
Ice-Skating Festival is organized in Shimla every year, from December to February.

The Winter Carnival falls in the month of January and celebrated in Manali.

Hamir Utsav is held in September to celebrate the establishment of Hamirpur District.

Tribal Festival is organized in November at Reckong Peo (Kinnaur).

Dussehra at Kullu is a week's event that falls in the month of October.

Paragliding Pre-World Cup at Bir-Billing.

The tempting cuisines of the Himachal region are flavoured with cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and red chillies. Sidu, aktori, patande, meat, dal-chawal, roti-subzi, rajmah cooked in yoghurt, boor ki kari and moong ki dal are savouring dishes of the Himachali platter, served with desserts afterward. So, you will never really miss the home-like food while your honeymoon in Himachal Pradesh.

Honeymoon in Kullu Manali

The road to Manali is dotted with small dhabas that serves good Punjabi food. The road is spacious and peaceful and the on both side of the road are endless stretch of wheat field, giving off a faint scent of ripe grain. The road changes course and climbs up a spiraling trail till each reach Manali at an altitude of 1,950 meters. The town is located 40 Km north of Kullu valley at the Beas river valley. Also Called ‘Valley of gods,’ it is a perfect place to invoke blessing while enjoying the splendor of nature.

The name Manila is more of a myth than history. It is named after the Hindu lawgiver Manu and it literally means ‘Home of Manu’. Manu is a mythological character that descended at Manali to create human life after the World was drowned in flood.

The first inhabitant of Manali was the nomadic hunters known as 'Rakshas'. A caste from the Kullu valley called ‘Naur’ was one of the original settlers but their numbers have dwindled. Now Manali is populated by people from different parts of the country.

After the British introduced Apple farming it has become the main source of income along with tourism. Tourism industry in Manali was boosted by the increased militancy activities in Kashmir. The little known town, hidden amidst the pine canopies and clouds has now found its own place among the best hill stations in India. Serene and dreamy, Manali is the perfect place for honeymoon travelers. New crop of urban hotels have sprouted up and they are going extra mile to guarantee a memorable stay. Apart from many picturesque places, Manali offers lots of activities like Skiing, kayaking, snow-bike riding, yak-riding and Paragliding.

Honeymoon Attractions in Kullu


The mountain peak, at 2700 m, above the town, Shoja provides a panoramic view of the entire town and its daily hustle bustle. You can trek your way uphill or even take a pony ride, nice way of enjoying with your partner, and absorb the pleasant beauty of the entire area, with forests, streams, trees, snow peaks and rivers in the view.


This is a lively and active spot with camping facilities. Situated on the Kullu Manali Highway, along the banks of Beas River, this fun filled and beautiful camp site, will provide the element of adventure in your honeymoon.


This breathtaking clearing along the banks of the river Parvati, is a heaven for honeymoon couples. The white, soft sand, and the lush green grass, all can be enjoyed on the river banks. You can also find a tourist hut here, and spend some quiet romantic time with your spouse, while trying your hands in angling.

Raghunath Temple

This 17th century temple, dedicated to Lord Ram, is one of the favourite places for tourists, and even newly wed couples pay a visit to the sacred place for the blessings. It is renowned for the beautiful statue of Lord Rama, especially brought from Ayodhya.

Shringi Rishi Temple

In Banjar valley, 60 kms away from Kullu, this temple is dedicated to the Shringi Rishi, the local deity of Kullu district. Pay a visit to this old place and have a traditional and cultural experience of the old legends of Kullu, with your partner.

Honeymoon Attractions in Manali


6 kms away from Manali, this place is the abode of various local temples, dedicated to Lord Shiva and to Sandhya Gayatri. You can also go to the adjoining Arjuna Caves, and try to scare your partner in the darkness, for some little fun.


It is always a pleasure to trace the local culture of a place , while on tour, so take your partner in the tow and go to visit the Tibetan Monasteries in Manali and discover how the culture is influenced by the Buddhist sect.

Rohtang Pass

A gateway to the valley of Leh, this place is a pure delight for honeymoon couples, with its snow covered mountains. Watch the Chanderi river flowing down from the mountains to the Lahaul valley. Enjoy the fun of para gliding and skiing in the mountains and watch a romantic sunset with your partner.

Hadimba Temple

Just one km from the main town of Manali, this 16th century temple is a beautifully constructed architectural site, with its four tiered pagoda roof and exquisite carving on the doorway. Have a taste of the local flavour with this temple.

Solang Valley

A popular picnic spot , with its beautiful ski slopes and picturesque beauty, this valley provides fun element to its tourists and have provisions for trolley rides also. A popular and busy tourist place, Solang Valley offers local delicacies at reasonable price as well, so get a taste of it with your partner.

Vishist Hot Water Springs and Temple:

Vishist is a small village located on the bank of river Beas. The place is known for hot springs and temples. Natural hot sulphur springs has bath tanks separately for both ladies and gents.

Shopping in Kullu Manali

Every place has its charm and along with that its specialities. So while on a travel, one must buy some tokens for memory; this becomes even more important for the honeymoon couples as keeping memories in the form of souvenirs, of the best time of their life is a special and romantic thing to do. There are many things one can shop for while on a trip to Kullu Manali. Take a look:

Woolen items, like shawls, caps from the Tibetan market
Exclusive Tibetan souvenirs like silver and turquoise jewelery and Thangkas, the cloth paintings with Buddhist themes
Beautiful and quality rugs, carpets and handicrafts, in the Gadan Thekchokling Gompa
Exclusive Pashmina shawls from the Kullu/ Kashmir Shawl Emporium
The natural and herbal shampoos, and local jams, pickles are some other articles you can pick from the local market

What to Do:

Rafting and Kayaking on the Beas river
Hiking the Temples on the hills.
Going for mountain bike ride.
Skiing at Rohtang.
Visiting Apple orchards.

Where to Stay:
There are number of Hotels that provide excellent accommodation, food and service. Hotels are available both in town and on the outskirts of town, if you wish for more privacy. Here are some hotels for your honeymoon visit.

Ambassador Resort
Apple Valley Resorts
Banon Resorts
Club Mahindra Timber Trail
Highland Park Resort
Holiday Inn
Hotel Pinewood
Hotel Negis Mayflower
In the beautiful valleys of Kullu Manali, no matter whether you are staying in a luxury resort or a cottage house, the charm of the exquisite place is surely going to get hold, of the honeymoon couples. So make your plans and and have a nice time in Kullu Manali.

Honeymoon in Uttaranchal

Uttaranchal is the one of the beautiful states of North-India caressed in the lap of the Himalayas. The eye-catching beauty of its panoramic landscapes adorned with verdurous valleys, snow clad mountains and flowing rivers and streams will undoubtedly tempt you to continue your honeymoon for long in Uttaranchal.
It is the perfect honeymoon place in India to begin your new life with your soulmate in the laps of Nature.
Mussoorie, Nainital, Dehradun, Almora, Lansdowne and Chamba are the bewitching hill stations of Uttaranchal and the popular honeymoon destinations as well.
Uttaranchal is not only lauded for its famous honeymoon spots but also for its religious shrines of Haridwar, Rishikesh, Kedarnath, Badrinath and Hemkund Sahib. You can easily avail helicopter services to visit these religious places.
Couples looking for an adventurous honeymoon can fulfill their desire by camping near the River Brahmapuri and going for adventure sports like white water river rafting, skiing and paragliding.

Honeymoon Attractions in Uttaranchal

It is always exclusive for the newly married couples to experience something special and unique on their honeymoon trip and Uttaranchal offers you the same. You can romanticize the crystal like glaciers of Bunder, Gangotri, Khatling, Doonagiri, Dokrani, Kaphini and Namik, the Jharipani, Bhatta and Kempty Falls of Mussoorie, Naini Lake and Bhim Tal or simply hang out holding each other's hands and gaping at the blossoming Ranunculus, MarshMarigold, Brahmakamal, Corydalis, Bistorta, Nomocharis, Daisy, the Himalayan blue Poppy, Dianthus, Yellow Anemones and many other rare species of flowers in the 'Valley of flowers', located in the interior of the Garhwal Himalayas. 

The invigorating climate and friendly people of the Garhwal and Kumaon region, together make your honeymoon more cozy and complacent. For excursions you can visit the Nanda Devi National Park and the Corbett National Park to witness the presence of varied species of flora and fauna.
In Jim Corbett you can spot Tiger, Indian Elephant, Sambhar, Barking Deer, Langur, Oriental White-eye, Jungle Owlet, the Himalayan Swiftlet and Stork-billed Kingfisher. 
While in the Nanda Devi National Park you might get to see the Himalayan black bears, snow leopards and musk deers. You can even go for trekking and mountaineering to the Nanda Devi Peak. 

Mussoorie and Nainital are the splendid honeymoon terminus for the newly married couples. Other famous destinations of Uttaranchal are easily accessible from these two places and you can even get well furnished accommodations here, equipped with modern facilities.
The Manu Maharani in Nainital and the Jaypee Residency in Mussoorie are famous for their hospitality in Uttaranchal.

And do not forget to relish the Kumaoni and Garhwali cuisines including tasty dishes like Chainsoo, Kafuli, Kulath, Singal, Gahat ki Dal, Mangodi, Bhatt ki Churdkani, Ras, Bhang ki Chuttney, Roat, Baadi, Aloo Tamatar ka Jhol, Thechwani, Chicken Korma, Kandalee ka Saag and Gulgula. Take care while eating because desserts, namely Kesar Halwa and Jhangora Ki Kheer will also be waiting to soothe your taste buds afterward.

Honeymoon in Kashmir

“Kashmir”- the mere name stirs up a portrait of beauty, flower-strewn valleys, magnificent snow capped peaks of the mighty Himalayan range, floating gardens, exotic wild life and dazzles the eyes of the spectators with all the colors on earth.

A honeymoon in Kashmir lets you enjoy the thrill of experiencing the “paradise on earth” and makes your new journey of life delightful and perfect. This place lets you discover each other while exploring the nature’s grandeur at its best. There cannot be a more perfect honeymoon place in India than Kashmir to begin your new life in the angelic beauty of the nature, tempting you to fall in love with it at first sight.

Honeymoon Attractions in Kashmir

Kashmir is such a place on earth where you will feel delighted in the gleaming manifestation of houseboat lights, along with the natural splendors. A honeymoon in Kashmir will make those moments for you, that you will cherish throughout your life.

This land, filled with tales of love and romance would certainly make your tour unsurpassed. Some of the major tourist attractions in Kashmir are as follows:


Situated on the bank of the Jhelum River, this is a very interesting place in Kashmir. You can spend a day here, enjoying the wild waves of the river current lashing against the banks.


The place is known for the famous houseboats on the Dal Lake. You can book a room in a deluxe houseboat as per your affordability, spend some nights, gliding on an eternal expanse of pristine water and experience the most enthralling adventure.

Dal Lake:

You can also go for a river cruise ride on a “shikara”, on the lake and store lasting memories of your honeymoon days in Kashmir. At night, Kashmir becomes a poem for the romantic souls. Along the Dal Lake you can savor the local Kashmiri or Mughlai food and barbecues, take leisurely saunters or just sit by the lake and drench up the surrounding tranquility.


This place is well known for the golf courses and a picturesque lake, Alpather. This alpine lake remains frozen till late June and many people come for a skiing session. You can also rent snow scooters and sledges. You can take horse riding from this place as well or just enjoy the panoramic view of the snow-capped mountains.


If both of you are fond of adventurous activities, then Sonamarg would just be the ideal place. From here, you can start trekking expeditions.

Shopping in Kashmir

Kashmir is a shopping hub for tourists, with their exclusive art and craftsmanship impressing people with their woolens, artifacts and food items. These are the must buy things:

Amazing walnut wood carvings, Kashmiri handicrafts and papier mache, from Lal Chowk or Badshah Chowk in Srinagar
Traditional Dongra jewelery, dry fruits and handicrafts, from Vir Marg, Raghunath Bazar, Hari Market in Jammu
Pashmina shawls, Shahtoosh shawls and knotted carpets, from J & K Emporium
Wool garments, Thangka paintings, from Tibetan Market,in Leh
Tibetan silver jewelery and handicrafts, from Main Bazaar Road in Ladakh.

You can choose any of the Kashmir Honeymoon packages available, and have an exhilarating holiday with your spouse. A honeymoon in Kashmir would be the first step towards a perfect married life.

Adventure in Kashmir

You can make your honeymoon more adventurous and fun filled through excursions in Dachigam National Park, Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve, Hemis High Altitude National Park, Kishtwar High Altitude National Park, Overa Wildlife Sanctuary and Ramnagar Wildlife Sanctuary and find yaks, blue sheeps, haguls, Kashmiri stags and pheasants. In Kashmir you can even enjoy various water, land and aero adventure sports namely, Wild Water Rafting, Parasailing, Swimming, Angling, Canoeing, Kayaking, Trout Fishing, Mountaineering, Skiing, Trekking, Country Skiing, Snowboarding, Ice Skating, Bungee Jumps, Mountain Cycling, Jeep Safaris, Cave Exploration, Paragliding, Hot Air Ballooning, Air Surfing and Sky Diving.

Kashmiri Cuisine

Kashmiri cuisine is influenced by flavours of Persia, the Kashmiri Pandits and Buddhists. Nevertheless, Dum Oluv, Methi Chaman, Kofta, Rogan Josh, Kabargah, Kahmiri Pulao, Razmah Gogaji, Nadier Palak, Chamani Qaliyan,Gushtaba, Aab Gosht, Shab Deg Kashmiri Yakhni and Gaad are some of the famous main course dishes and Phirni, Shufta, Panjeeri, Shakar Pareh, Kasaar and Sevaiyyan are the popular savouring desserts of the Kashmiri platter.

Honeymoon in Rajasthan

Rajasthan, the desert state of India, is a major honeymoon destination in India. The vast expanse of desert in various hues till your eyes goes, green and blue of oasis, majestic forts, princely palaces, handsome havelis, well stocked museums and glorious history of Rajasthan are the factors for people to decide for. Comfortable accommodation facilities ranging from budget hotels to luxurious heritage hotels, well-developed transport facility, good connectivity from one city to another and convenient location from North India are the major positive factors for Honeymoon in Rajasthan.

Honeymoon Attractions in Rajasthan

The Palaces and Forts
The state is acknowledged for its beautiful architectural delights and buildings from the Empires of Rajputs and Mughals, and hence you can have a very regal and majestic honeymoon within the royal walls of these palaces. You can take a visit to the Mehrangarh Fort and the popular Umaid Bhawan Palace of Jodhpur, which now have been changed into Heritage hotels. The City Palace, Lake Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari in Udaipur are some other places where you can have a quiet and very touristy experience of a honeymoon.

Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Palace, and Lal Garh Palace of Bikaner are equally charming places to see during your Honeymoon in Rajasthan, while Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar of Jaipur are a must in the Honeymooners' itinerary. Chittor city also has its architectural delights to boast of in Chittorgarh Fort. It is a sure thing that you will get mesmerized in the beauty of these structures along with the company of your partner, during your honeymoon in Rajasthan.

The Lakes

Don't you dream of a romantic honeymoon where you can take serene walks along the serene lakes or go for a peaceful boat ride, then Rajasthan is the place for you with its numerous lakes. The Pushkar Lake of Pushkar town, the Fateh Sagar Lake , the Pichola Lake on which the beautiful Lake Palace is standing, Rangsagar Lake and Swaroopsagar Lake of Udaipur are some mesmerizing honeymoon destinations in Rajasthan. The Foysagar and Anasagar Lake, the artificial lakes at Ajmer are some more lake places that the couples can enjoy in Rajasthan while paying obeisance at the Durgah sharif.

Hindu and Jain Temples
You can also start your honeymoon or your new life, for that matter, with visiting some famous temples and shrines in the country and what better than Rajasthan could offer that. Sri Sawai Bhoj Temple at Pushkar and the Jagatpita Shri Brahma temple , which is a popular temple in the World, are brilliant sites , the renowned Jain Temple at Ranakpur is an absolute architectural delight. Shrinathji Temple at Nathdwara, the Jain Temple inside Ranthambore Fort, Lakshmi Narayan Temple at Jaipur, the popular Dilwara Temples at Mount Abu, Bhandasar Jain Temple of Bikaner and other Jain structures of Jaisalmer.are some more exquisite places for religious trips on a honeymoon in Rajasthan.


If you want to have a honeymoon in the wilderness of Rajasthan , then the popular Wildlife Sanctuaries are a treat for you. Keoladeo National Park and its Siberian Cranes are World famous tourist attractions, while the Tigers of Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore National Park will bring you in awe. There are also elephant and jeep safaris available inside the parks which you can enjoy with your partner.

Mount Abu
Amidst the golden sands and desert charm, you can still find a breezy green haven in the town of Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan, which also has its own lakes, palaces and temples to boast of.

The Fairs and Festivals A honeymoon in Rajasthan is incomplete without having a glimpse into the cultural treats of the state, through various fairs and festivals of the state celebrated in pure colorful manner. The Camel Fair Festival in Bikaner is very interesting with the camel games and races, the Pushkar Fair is full of brilliant handicrafts, while Elephant Fair at Jaipur also offers you elephant rides to enjoy with your partner. In these fairs you can enjoy the traditional dances of Kalbelia and nomad herds, which can also be enjoyed during Teej festival.

Shopping in Rajasthan

A colorful place like Rajasthan is a shopper's paradise, with its brilliant handicrafts and jewelery. You can buy their exclusive textiles, and semi-precious stones also. The traditional ghagra choli and antique jewelery would be a good present for your wife. The intricate work on their furniture and wooden handicrafts are great in demand. And do not forget to buy Bikaneri namkeen, sweets from Jodhpur and yellow stone, or the wall paintings from Jaisalmer.

Rajasthan Cuisine

The honeymoon couples are in for a treat here, with the exquisite dishes and spicy food of Rajasthan.Mawa and pyaaj kachori, dal bati churma, missi roti , makhaniya lassi and ghevar are some of the most popular cuisines , that you can enjoy on your honeymoon in Rajasthan. And do not forget to take back the snacks and namkeens from Bikaner as a remembrance for some time.

Through a honeymoon in Rajasthan you can live some extremely surreal moments in the splendid places. So get into the mood of romance after learning about the fairy tale love stories of some of the kings, queens, princes and princess of Rajasthan and have an absolutely royal honeymoon in Rajasthan.

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