Month Wise Best Honeymoon Destinations in India- Part 1

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When planning a honeymoon destination, most couples tend to have a few options in mind already. In fact; everyone has a dream destination they have always planned to visit with their significant other. But the real challenge of choosing a honeymoon destination before fixing your travel date is that you often do not consider the season there. This often results in disappointment. And that is why it is important to have a month wise calendar to plan your honeymoon well in advance with little or no possibility of disappointment or weather disasters. Here’s a complete list of the best honeymoon destinations and the best months to go there.

Month-wise best honeymoon destinations in India

January

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Auli: What can be better than skiing on the snow white slopes of Auli while enjoying the breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalaya?

Manali: The beautiful Beas, frozen Rohtang La and the snowcapped peaks everywhere. You can even dance to Yeh Ishq Hai in between the 10 feet snow walls on the way to Rohtang Pass.

Jammu and Kashmir: Whoever has visited Kashmir during January would know the meaning of ‘heaven on earth’ when everything around turns white!

February

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands: The perfect honeymoon destination for the month of February, the white sand and sea of Andaman offer the perfect solitude coupled with the pleasant temperature.

Munnar: February is also the best time to visit this picturesque hill station of southern India. While the northern hilly areas remain mostly inaccessible during February or March due to heavy snowfall, Munnar in February is comfortably cold for the couples looking for some cosy moments.

Nainital: A place that doesn’t need any introduction, Nainital is also one of those Himalayan destinations which one can access in winter thanks to its relatively low altitude  of 2084 m.

March

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Coorg: If you and your significant other don’t mind adding a little bit of adventure on your honeymoon trip, then Coorg is a perfection March destination for you. The short and easy trekking trails along with greens all around make it a romantic choice for newlywed couples.

Tawang: The true beauty of Arunachal Pradesh can be viewed perfectly in this breathtakingly magnificent spot. While Tawang remains covered with snow throughout winter, in March, it starts melting, uncovering the majestic peaks of the eastern Himalayas.

Udaipur: One of the world’s best honeymoon destinations, Udaipur is best travelled during February or March so as to avoid extreme temperatures. If you want to make it a royal honeymoon in March, go to Udaipur!

April

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Diu: The laidback attitude of this Portuguese settlement allures those who want some quiet time away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Matheran: Want to enjoy those moments of love in the lap of nature? Look nowhere and book your tickets to Matheran.

Dehradun: Escape the slowly rising temperature of the rest of India by escaping to the capital city of Uttarakhand with your SO.

May

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Mussoorie: A place that’s always on top of the list of India’s best honeymoon destinations, Mussoorie doesn’t need any introduction.

Periyar: As the summer sets in, let the cool southern breeze of Periyar lake offer you and your special one some soul soothing!

Nanda Devi: A dream destination for mountain lovers, May is a perfect time to visit this place that offers a glorious view of Nanda Devi peak.

June

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If you want to make your June honeymoon comfortable while at the same time not being drenched in the fresh monsoon rain, consider going to any of these places which will not be too hot, too humid or too rainy.

Places to go: Jamnagar, Udupi, Mysore and Gwalior.

Stay tuned for part 2 of this feature!

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