We always dream about visiting our dream places on our honeymoon and the planning begins quite before the wedding is planned. Being the first holiday for the newly-weds to be away from all the household chores and work, it should be celebrated in a romantic and exotic place. People plan their outfits, dream destinations, budget, etc. for the best time of their lives. Some prefer ancient places and like adorning the beauty and heritage of India and others with financial assets opt for world tours.
So, let’s have a look at some classic honeymoon destinations:
These days, every other newly-wed couple plans to visit the peaceful islands of the Maldives for their honeymoon. It is a luxurious and extremely beautiful place to spend some quality time with your partner. The crystal clear water and marble white sand beaches are one of a kind and you get a beautiful beach view from some of the hotels. Further, it has been considered the best honeymoon destination in the entire world. So, you can surely plan your honeymoon here as some hotels are quite affordable and give life memories.
Pahalgam in Jammu and Kashmir is the most preferred honeymoon destination of our forefathers. Couples still dream of building snowmen and snow houses with their partners in this place full of snow. Many fun activities like fishing, hiking, trekking, etc. are available here. Traveling on horseback is even interesting and gives romantic retro vibes as there is no railway station or airport nearby. Furthermore, it gives you a more panoramic view and time to explore the beauty of the place.
We all heard about people going to Manali for their honeymoon, especially during the pandemic when travelling abroad was prohibited. If you wish to celebrate your honeymoon at a hill station, Manali should be on the top. Himachal constitutes fun activities for couples like fashion shows, talent hunts, food festivals, dances, plays, musical performances, adventure sports, and much more. do not forget to visit Rohtang Pass situated near the Leh-Manali Highway for a romantic snowfall.