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Explore Amazing and Romantic Honeymoon Destinations of India

Honeymoon is the time where the feeling and love binds the two unknown heart into one. It is one of the most valuable times after marriage and so every couple love to make it enjoyable, memorable and delightful.

An occasion of love, romance and closeness is called honeymoon which commences after the huge display of wedding ceremony. There are innumerable honeymoon destinations world-wide having their specific features but if you are looking for exotic honeymoon destinations where you can take your beloved and show her remarkable and romantic places then look no further than India a most visited destination by all kind of visitors. With magnificent attractions, pristine beaches, rich cultural sites and glorious past, India is simply beautiful place to visit. During visiting and exploring this country one can find here a great diversity, diversity in culture, languages, weather and attractions all are vary from each other. From refreshing hill stations to tropical green forests, wildlife parks, palm-fringed beaches to exotic deserts, it offers every thing to make your trip remarkable and everlasting.

Along with its huge attractions India is equally appreciated for its warm hospitality, friendly people, fascinating culture and excellent hotels and accommodations. Considering tourists interest and your auspicious occasion of honeymoon we have strived to made tailor made Honeymoon packages which brings top attractions to the visitors and give them unforgettable holidaying experience.

Well if you are beach-lover and looking for sun, sea and sand then look no further than Goa the beach capital of India located at southern part of Indian peninsula. Home to the innumerable amazing beaches, Goa is the fun-loving state of India, fondly called ‘Queen of Beaches’. There are around forty beach destinations categorized into two major regions, beaches in north and south region beaches. both the region have their own distinctive features but if you are fun-lover and bit interested in long-night parties then must head to north region beaches well associated with hotels and accommodations. South region beaches are isolated and less ventured. Besides, there are many other things that one can do experience there such as surfing, kayaking, parasailing, wind-surfing and many more. apart from there are so many forts and monuments that can be explored through Goa honeymoon packages such as Aguada, Tiracol, Chapora, Se Cathedral and etc.

Beside, if you are looking for stunning and invigoration hill stations then move to north region and you will find beautiful hill stations like Shimla, Manali, Kashmir, Nainital, Mussorie and many more. Among many hill stations, Manali is the most visited hill station by couples, one of the finest hill stations in Himachal Pradesh. An essential part of Honeymoon packages in India, Manali is a place like no other destination in the world, truly a paradise for all. Due to its vast attractions and salubrious climatic conditions, it is fondly called Switzerland in India. Picturesque landscapes, lush green meadows, meandering rivers, snow-covered peaks, apple laden orchards and ranges of floras and faunas are the few attractions that makes Manali a finest place to visit. Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Devi Hadimba Temple, Rahala Waterfalls and etc are the few major attractions in Manali.

Apart from there are many other attractions in IndiaArticle Search, so if you have decided to visit India for your honeymoon so choose the tailor made honeymoon tour packages and enjoy your vacations in the memorable way.

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Mohd Akram is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tours related topics. He has authored many books on Honeymoon tour packages, Goa honeymoon Packages and Honeymoon in India. Find more information at

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