Great North Indian Honeymoon Locations

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Holy Himachal

Huge Pandals …..Vivacious Music…. Delectable Food….Oh! The big fat Indian weddings are fun filled with rituals that continue for several days. The rituals are tiring and the bride and groom clamour for some space.  What better way than to plan a lovely and relaxed honeymoon for the newlyweds to start their journey of togetherness with memories that they cherish throughout their lives. Let us take you around one such great north Indian honeymoon location – Himachal Pradesh to check out on the captivating scenic spots at Shimla and Kullu Manali for some deeply romantic moments.


Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, is popularly known as the queen of hill stations. To begin with, a leisurely walk with your beloved along the Mall Road in Shimla will acquaint you with the city and its unfading charm. You will find restaurants, shops, banks, clubs and tourist offices. One can also go on a shopping spree here to get a taste of the local market.

Jakhoo Hill is the highest peak in Shimla and the view of the city from here is breath taking. A trek to the Hanuman temple here is worth the task. You can also hire a pony or a taxi to reach this place if trekking is not on your cards.

St. Michael's Catholic Church, Shimla

Christ Church is an imposing and majestic building and one of the oldest churches. Spend some quality time with your soul mate here and enjoy the tranquillity and solitude that this place offers.

Tara Devi Temple as the name suggests is a temple dedicated to the goddess of stars on top of the hill. The view of the lofty Himalayas from here is mesmerising and you can whisper sweet nothings to enjoy the romantic moments.

The Shimla State Museum  is a must see as it offers a sneak peek into Indian Archaeology, pre historic objects, wood carvings, bronze statues and  some priceless photographs.

Himalayan Queen: Kalki-Shimla Railroad

Summer Hill is a beautiful township and well planned suburb on the Shimla-Kalka railway line. It is a popular destination with love birds.  Surrounded by pine and deodar trees this romantic town gives you glimpses of the fading colonial culture. It was therefore aptly called the summer capital of British India.

Kullu Manali

Surrounded with snow clad mountains, lush green valleys, apple orchards, endowed with scenic beauty and a fabulous climate, all this makes Kullu Manali, the most favoured honeymoon destination in Northern India. There are a number of places to explore around this enchanting valley. Choice is a tough option here, however some of the must see places in Manali include the Rohtang Pass, Hadimba Temple, Naggar Castle and so on. Let’s take a closer look at these places.

Rohtang pass snowy valley

Rohtang Pass

An incredible paradise, this place is a kaleidoscope of natural beauty. The Sonepani glacier and the twin peaks of Geypang can be seen from here. A visit to this place will be etched in your memories forever. Do stop over at Marhi on your way to the Rohtang Pass and enjoy nature’s beauty at its best. The Rahala Water Falls on the way are fascinating.

Hadimba Temple

The Dhoongri temple dedicated to goddess Hadimba, located amidst forest of Deodar is a sacred place. Praying for the well being of your loved one will draw rich dividends.

Naggar Castle

The old capital of Kullu, it presents a captivating view of the upper Kullu valley. On your way to Naggar you may also visit Jagatsukh, Muralidhara temple and other temples.

Hadimba Temple

Solang Valley

A romantic gateway in every sense, this picturesque valley offers a plethora of options for adventure enthusiasts. A popular camping site this is a heaven for ski lovers.

 Best time to visit

The months of March to June are the best time to visit Himachal Pradesh as the weather is pleasant during this time. A trip spanning a week would cost approximately Rs. 35,000 per person. Visit the following sites for more information:

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