Top Honeymoon Destinations In India

Best Honeymoon Places In India

India is a land of diverse landscapes, rich culture, and romantic settings, making it the perfect destination for a honeymoon. From the snow-capped mountains of the north to the sandy beaches of the south, India has something to offer for every newlywed couple. Some of the best honeymoon places in India combine the most exceptional offerings of nature with man-made wonders so that you do not miss out on anything as you explore these destinations with your significant other.

Whether you want to enjoy a candlelight dinner under the stars or laze around with your partner on the beach, these places in India are best to visit for a honeymoon and have everything for you to experience. So start your new journey in life at these spots.

5 Best Honeymoon Places In India

1. Goa

Goa Vacations

Known for its beautiful beaches, lively nightlife, and Portuguese-influenced architecture, Goa is one of the top honeymoon places in India. You can enjoy water sports, visit the vibrant flea markets, indulge in delectable Goan cuisine, and dance the night away at the many beach parties that are a staple in North Goa. Some must-visit spots to enjoy these activities in the northern part of the state include Vagator Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Flea Market and Chapora Fort.

However, if your ideal honeymoon involves spa dates, discovering hidden beaches to watch mesmerising sunsets and dinners by the sand, then there is nothing better than booking a stay at The LaLiT Golf & Spa Resort Goa located on the Raj Baga Beach in Canacona region of South Goa. You can easily explore the fantastic attractions of South Goa such as Cola Beach, Agonda Beach, and Cabo De Rama Beach and enjoy a laidback vacation that helps you bond with your partner.

Best Time To Visit: October to March

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2. Andaman and Nicobar

Andaman and Nicobar

Located in the Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar Islands offer crystal clear waters, secluded beaches, and lush forests, making them the perfect destination for a romantic getaway. The serene islands keep you occupied with amazing water sports and activities, including underwater sea walking on Havelock Island, snorkelling at Elephant Beach or North Bay and mangrove kayaking at Mayabunder.

Once you have acquainted yourself with the mesmerising sea life and foliage of the seas, you can enjoy relaxed sunsets at the Chidiya Tapu, visit the renowned Radhanagar Beach, spend some romantic downtime at Wandoor Beach and explore the island’s history at Cellular Jail. The island also offers some amazing and unique natural spots besides the one mentioned above, including mud volcanoes at Diglipur and the bioluminescence phenomenon at Havelock Island. Romantic dinners, spa sessions and long walks on the beach are guaranteed at this stunning destination. 

Best Time To Visit: October to May

3. Udaipur

City Palace Udaipur
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Udaipur, also known as the “City of Lakes,” is a romantic city in Rajasthan famous for its beautiful lakes, grand palaces, and colourful markets. One of the best places to visit for a honeymoon, Udaipur offers all its patrons with an umpteen range of experiences some of the best ones including a leisurely sunset boat ride on Lake Pichola, taking a tour of the mighty and mesmerising City Palace and a stroll through the opulence of Bagore Ki Haveli.

Other city attractions include Jag Mandir, Sajjangarh Palace, Ahar Cenotaphs, Fateh Sagar Lake and more. You can also enjoy several cultural performances that take place across various venues of the city, and if you fancy dinner dates with your partner, then there is no better place than enjoying one by the lake and under the sea of stars.

Best Time To Visit: November to February

4. Srinagar


Undisputedly one of the best honeymoon places in India, Srinagar is located in Kashmir and personifies its name – “ Heaven On Earth”. Home to the serene Dal Lake, which is spotted with the famous Shikaras and stationary houseboats, Srinagar has several attractions for you to explore with your loved one. Mughal-age gardens including Chashm-E-Shahi,Nishat Bagh and Shalimar Bagh should not be missed. Besides these, the city is also home to Asia’s most extensive tulip garden, Shankaracharya Temple and Jama Masjid. Once you have explored the beauty of the city, you can head to Sonmarg, which is popularly called the ‘Meadow Of Flowers’ and is a renowned ski destination.

The beautiful hill station has some stunning vistas and landscapes that are perfect to be discovered with your significant other. Once you have indulged in the delectable Kashmiri cuisine and enjoyed your stay at Srinagar, carry home some Kashmiri apples and shawls as souvenirs.

Best Time To Visit: April to October

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5. Allepey


When you think of the best places to go for a honeymoon in India, Kerala is undoubtedly a top choice. Allepey, known as Alappuzha, is one of the most stunning places that combines the best of Kerala backwaters and beaches. Of the many experiences you can partake in here, taking a boat ride through the serene backwaters, catching a picturesque sunset at Alapuzzha Beach, and visiting the Vembanad Lake should be at the top of your itinerary.

Some other attractions of Allepey include Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple and Marari Beach. To unwind after a day of touring the city’s attractions you can book a couple’s spa session and savour the state’s delicious cuisine over a romantic dinner. Watching sunsets or going on boat rides, there is no shortage of escapades in Allepey.

Best Time To Visit: November To February 

As you enter a new phase of your life, make the most of this time by visiting either of these stunning honeymoon destinations!

January 20, 2023

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