Honeymoons in India are romantic getaways and is always a perfect beginning to start a new life. It is very important to choose the correct places in correct times. You could like going to the hills in north or have exotic beaches to witness in the south. But July is a month of rains, so be it north or south it is going to rain. Couples who are ready to enjoy the romantic drops of rain with their loved ones should choose July as their month for tour.
Goa is full of beautiful beaches, churches, temples, waterfalls, greenery. It is one place which has a moderate climate throughout, making people worry less about the time they’d visit. Spending time in the city, doing adventure sports during the day and enjoying soft music and slow dance on the beaches at night, makes the trip heavenly.
Kodaikanal is an ideal place for couples who love nature, valleys and waterfalls. Kodai is a lake which is very beautifully in shape of a star. The couples can have some really good time boating on the cruise. They Silver Cascade Waterfall, the Green Valley view are some beautiful places to visit here. There are deep valleys which are not much crowded with people, which could give some alone time for couples amidst the greenery.
Coorg is a famous south Indian hill station known as the ‘Scotland of India’. It is famous for its coffee plantations in the national parks, lush green hills, and enchanting waterfalls like Iruppu, Abbey and Mallali falls. The views make it one of India’s most visited honeymoon spot. Nisargadhama is a manmade island and is a great picnic spot.
Mysore is the cultural capital of the south Indian state, Karnataka. The Mysore Palace is a must visit which is a beautiful monument, especially at the nights. Other places to visit are Chamundi Palace, Jaganmohan Palace and Karanji Lake. The famous Brindavan gardens are popular for their musical fountains and are one romantic spot. This place is best to be visited from March to July.