The Most Romantic Destinations To Celebrate Valentine’s Day In India

Best Places For Valentine's Day

What started as a feast day to honour Christian martyr Saint Valentine is now celebrated as a day of love and romance all over the world. February in India is marked by pleasant weather for travellers and the happiest celebrations of love. Whether you and your partner love the mountains or want to unwind by the beachside as you celebrate your love, India has a plethora of options for you to pick from. 

Since February is just around the corner, it is only right that you start planning your valentine’s day vacation. To help you with the same, we have compiled a list of good places to visit for valentine’s day. Not only are these spots some of the best places for valentine’s day, but they are also the best places to visit in February.

5 Best Places For Valentine’s Day In India

1. Udaipur

The Lalit Udaipur restaurant

Popularly called the ‘City Of Lakes,’ Udaipur is one of the most romantic places to explore with your significant other. The city is replete with stunning lakes, historic landmarks, vibrant markets, temples, and magnificent forts that are significant to Rajasthan’s regality. Udaipur has several iconic destinations, such as City Palace, Jag Mandir, Sajjangarh Palace, Saheliyo Ki Bari, Hathi Pol Bazar, and Bagore Ki Haveli, that should not be missed. Besides taking a tour of these splendid places, there are several romantic excursions waiting for you in Udaipur, including a boat ride on Fateh Sagar Lake, a sunset cruise on Lake Pichola, and a picture-worthy sunset at Jaisamand Lake. The city’s offerings can be best explored from The LaLiT Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur. Our luxurious palace is perfect when you want to surprise your partner and make Valentine’s Day even more memorable with a romantic dinner by the lake.

2. Havelock

Havelock Island
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Serene, picturesque, and relaxing are just a few of the many words that can be used to describe Havelock Island. Havelock is the largest of all islands in Andaman and Nicobar and a paradise complete with mesmerising beaches, amazing landscapes, and diverse wildlife. If you and your partner love the seaside, you will surely enjoy the beaches at Havelock, including Elephant Beach, Radhanagar Beach, Vijaynagar Beach, and Guitar Island Beach. To witness some of the most beautiful sunsets, add Neil’s Cove and Radhanagar Beach to your itinerary. Not only is it a great destination to sit back and relax, but you can also indulge in various activities at Havelock, such as snorkelling at Kalapathar Beach and kayaking, jet skiing, and boating at Elephant Beach. A trip to Barren Island lets you experience an active volcano, and a visit to Neil Island will leave you awestruck with its biodiversity of coral reefs, lush forests, and coloured fish.

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3. Srinagar

The Lalit Srinagar Restaurant

If you want to visit some nice places for valentine’s day in India, Srinagar can not be missed. Rightly known as ‘Paradise on Earth,’ Srinagar leaves you amazed with its postcard-worthy landscapes, extraordinary lakes, and numerous gardens. The city centre is marked by the expansive Dal Lake, which is dotted with multiple boats and houseboats, also known as shikaras. The lake reflects the snow-capped heights of the Pir Panjal range and is truly a sight to behold. Besides going on romantic boat rides on Dal Lake, explore the coveted Mughal Gardens, the most famous ones being Shalimar Bagh and Nishant Bagh. Some other must-visit attractions in Srinagar include the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Jama Masjid, Shankaracharya Temple, Pari Mahal, and Char Chinar.

4. Goa

Valentine day in Goa
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The unprecedented party capital of India, Goa, especially the southern part, also has several romantic excursions for you to explore with your partner. Stunning beaches to catch a sunset or two, Portuguese-style architectural marvels, churches and much more are waiting for you as you head to Goa for valentine’s day. If you are looking forward to partying and water sports, you should not miss out on famous spots, including Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Beach, and Vagator Beach in North Goa. However, if taking long strolls and watching the sunset on the vast ocean is more your vibe, you should explore the secluded beaches of South Goa, such as Raj Baga, Palolem, Cola, and Butterfly. If you want to learn more about the state’s culture and history, add attractions such as Chapora Fort, Aguada Fort, and Basilica of Bom Jesus to your itinerary. 

5. Alleppey

Alleppey Valentine Day
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One of the most romantic destinations in India, which is famous amongst honeymooners, Alleppey is the place to go for a calm and peaceful valentine’s day celebration. Also called Alappuzha, Allepey is a culmination of exciting tourist destinations. However, its serene backwaters are what attract numerous people here. Some of the must-do activities in Allepey include a trip to Kuttanad Village, kayaking in the backwaters, staying overnight in a houseboat, indulging in a relaxing couple’s massage, and watching the sunset over the. Pozhiyoram Beach. The city is also home to several religious sites, including Nagaraja Temple, Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple, St Andrew’s Florence Forance Church, and Ambalapuzha Krishna Temple. Whatever interests you and your partner, Allepey offers you several options to explore and make the most of your time with your loved one. 

Now that the romantic holiday is just around the corner, make sure to pick either of these spots to enjoy the most exciting and loving valentine’s day celebration.

February 8, 2023

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