7 Romantic Locations for Honeymoon in Kerala

The exotic beauty of the Western Ghats, and the serenity of the beaches, are only a few of the attractions that the “God’s Own Country”, Kerala, has. The state has been blessed with the best of scenic and natural beauties, and has ample of spots that provide for an amorous vacation. The exotic locations and the honeymoon destinations of Kerala have also been well developed. You will find the most beautiful of resorts and best-in-class amenities here. The more affordable options help all and sundry to have the best vacation and honeymoon time, and celebrate the magic moments in a memorable way.

Here Are The 7 Romantic Locations for Honeymoon in Kerala:

1.  Wayanad

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Located amidst the lush greenery and exotic attraction of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is a great place to spend some romantic and memorable moments. Treks that reach the Chembra Hill unfold beautiful panoramic views, and many couples enjoy the camping activities here as well. The Meenmutty Falls offer an exhilarating, and out-of-the-world experience, as the place is quite exotic and romantic. Watch the colorful birds, and also find refreshing moments at the Banasura Sagar Dam.

2. Munnar


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The beautiful hill station Munnar is situated superbly at a height of 1,600 meters. It enjoys a comfortable climate, and neither gets too warm, or too hot, anytime of the year. 3 mountains ranges, viz. Kundala, Nallathanni, and Muthirapuzzha merge here, and bring to the location an ambient and diverse climate, and ecology. You would love the stroll through the kingly tea gardens, and would be able to share your deepest emotions at the exotic waterfalls. Trekking and the tree houses also offer a bit of adventure, to keep your adrenaline pumping. If you are planning to visit Munnar on your honeymoon, check:

http://www.transindiatravels.com/kerala/munnar/tourist-places-to-visit-in-munnar/

3. Alleppey

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The “Venice of the East”, Alleppey, has all what those seeking to shred some stress gained from the marriage activities, would want. The small town has wonderful beaches, exquisite cuisine, and a number of adventure trails to follow as well. Multiple pristine rivers crisscross the sea here, and a houseboat ride in the backwaters is quite refreshing and passionate.

4. Athirappilly

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Athirappilly is still unexplored in many respects, and you will witness lesser crowds here. The tree houses that face the waterfall, and the lush green and natural lawns, offer passionate seclusion, and make the spot one of the best for a romantic escape. The Vazhachal Fall is one of the most known attractions of the place. You can also enjoy a Jungle Safari here. View the tea gardens, the lofty peaks, the beautiful valleys, and the thick forest that are quite rich in wildlife and flora collection, and add tons of vigor and excitement to your wonderful honeymoon moments on your trip to Kerala. http://www.transindiatravels.com/kerala/tourist-places-to-visit-in-kerala/

5. Poovar Beach

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The Poovar beach has the blissful floating cottages that are located on the ocean backwaters. A honeymoon here, is a memorable experience in Kerala. The swaying refreshing coconut palms and the emerald sand add shimmer, color, and seclusion to the honeymoon moments. The Kovalam beach is blessed with natural beauty, and is one of the most popular spots for those on a honeymoon. The Thirparappu Waterfall has amazing scenic beauty, and doubles your passion and romance. Other things you will enjoy in Kerala are: http://www.transindiatravels.com/kerala/things-to-do-in-kerala/

6. Vagamon

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Vagamon boasts of exotic landscapes. The lush green meadows, velvet lawns, grassy hills, and the cool mountain breezes tie you in an everlasting love bond. The place has an enjoyable climate throughout the year, which never exceeds 23 degrees Celsius. There is no dearth of romantic spots in the vicinity. The amazing tea garden, and the eloquent waterfalls, captivate your senses, and help you cozy up, and express your emotions.

7. Fort Kochi

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The Heritage Streets in Fort Kochi, have a romantic charm and ambience. Much popular among the honeymooners, the Princess Street has the unique and exotic Heritage Bungalows. Cruise the boat jetty to explore love and romance, while being amidst wonderful and picturesque sceneries. The place has a plethora of tourist attractions, and the ones that offer utmost seclusion include the Fort Kochi beach, and the Dutch cemetery, among others.

Seclusion, privacy, and exoticism are only a few of the passionate traits that the different honeymoon spots and destinations in Kerala possess. Discover your relationship, and share your passions in the most divine of landscapes, and relish the memories for a lifetime.

Author’s Bio:

The wonderful Indian destinations are fully covered and detailed through Rohit’s writings. An avid traveler, Rohit’s memoirs is available here at http://www.transindiatravels.com/kerala/honeymoon-destinations-in-kerala/

The narrations bring a world of enjoyment and exploration to the travel and holiday-fun seekers.

The View from the Top: Most Popular Hill Stations In India

Freaked out by the monotonous schedules of everyday life? Need some leisure time away from work; devoted to rest and pleasure? There’s a matchless exit available for you to sway your desires of pleasure and adventure, amidst the lap of green vales and at high altitudes, are these exotic hill stations in India. One would love the divine view of these high valleys and plains. These hills have fascinated millions of tourists from around the globe to take hold of their nature and serenity. It is certainly difficult to take a pick out of the more than 20 mountain ranges, embracing a number of hill stations and each one promising to be tourist friendly! Here’s a glimpse of a few of them that can include your hunt for hill stations in India:

 

1. Nainital in Uttarakhand

Nainital in Uttarakhand

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Also cited as the Lake District of India, the hill station of Nainital impresses its visitors. Ringed by the hills, the Naini Lake attracts a lot of tourists every year. Yachting in the Lake, one can view the beauty of the city; the famous street market at one hand and the divine aura of the Naina Devi Temple at the other. The hot air balloon rides and paragliding are the attractions available for the adventure freak. The ropeway here connects Nainital to the snow-view point and is a thrilling experience.

 

2. Shillong in Meghalaya

Shillong in Meghalaya

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Known as the Scotland of the East, Shillong is just a 100 kms away from Guwahati. The architecture and the food culture of this city still conveys the legacy of the British rule in India. The inspiring awe of the city of Shillong from the highest view point of the state of Meghalaya is an enriching experience. The city is a host to several lakes and waterfalls. Shillong is a home to the first golf course in India, having 18 holes within. This beautiful hill station has enormous natural caves that grab the attention of every visitor.

 

3. Matheran in Maharashtra

Matheran in Maharashtra

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Away from the pollution of the motor vehicles, Matheran is the smallest hill station in India. Declared as an Eco sensitive region, there is a ban on vehicular transport in this place, which makes every traveler walk down through its streets or enjoy the beauty of this hill station taking a horse ride. With a pleasant climate almost throughout the year, Matheran is a tableland enclosed with dense forests. The journey of the toy train on the Neral-Matheran narrow gauge is a scenic experience.

 

4. Mount Abu in Rajasthan

Mount Abu in Rajasthan

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The only hill station in the state of Rajasthan, Mount Abu is the most sought for run away from the scorching heat of both Rajasthan and Gujarat. The best way to travel across the hill station is through a hired bike. A ride to the temples, lakes and sunset point drives away all the fatigue and energizes your mind, body and soul. Known as an Oasis in the desert this hill station homes many waterfalls, lakes and evergreen forests.

 

5. Ooty in Tamil Nadu

Ooty in Tamil Nadu

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Also referred to as Ooacamund, this hill stations is a travelers’ paradise. Settled in the Nilgiri mountain ranges, this place pulls droves of tourists every year. The town has multitudes of parks that allows one to nose the scent of eucalyptus trees that surround the area. The wax museum of Ooty, put up in a century old bungalow and the stone house are the worth visiting spots in this hill station.

A thrilling drive through the hills of India, fulfils the wants of every holidaymaker. It not only connects you to nature through the high peaks but also allows you to interact with the creation of God in its eternal form.

Author Bio

Moving around to quench his travelling desires, Rohit has been to a lot of hill stations in India. In his search for solace in the hills, he has tagged some hill stations as a must visit for every traveler.  View more of his travel blogs at http://www.transindiatravels.com/.