Top 5 Honeymoon Hill Stations in India

Many couples prefer to go to the hill stations on their honeymoon tours in India. The crispy cold weather, the verdant green natural surroundings and the alluring heights of the Himalayan ranges spellbind them. They enjoy a ride that winds through the spiraling turns of the mountains and adore the swift views of the hills wearing green garb all over. It is a pleasure for many to take a cable car ride and explore the passing views of the landscape dotted with greenery down below.

And if your travel plan corresponds with the winter season, the joy of spending honeymoon days in India doubles up all by itself. The mountains covered with thick layers of snow shining with the sunrays will tickle your senses and will make your moments with your better-half extremely romantic. This would be a good time to snuggle in the comfort of your room and let the time fly.

  1. Gulmarg (Kashmir):

The excitement of planning your honeymoon in Kashmir is something that cannot be expressed in words. Popularly known as “Paradise in India” this place has turned out to be the perfect location for honeymooners. Plan your honeymoon in Kashmir and give an ideal start to your new life. With multiple honeymoon packages for Kashmir, arranging for your honeymoon has emerged out to be a simplified affair. The honeymoon travel packages generally last for six to seven days and take you to almost all significant sightseeing attractions. October is an ideal time to plan a trip and explore the plethora of sightseeing options such as the Shalimar gardens, Gulmarg, Sonemarg, and Mughal gardens.

  1. Mussoorie:

Honeymoon in Mussoorie can be enjoyed by visiting the Mall, the Library, Landour, Happy Valley, Bhadraj Temple, Clouds End, Childer’s Lodge, Camel’s Back Road, Gun Hill, Municipal Garden, Jharipani Falls, Bhatta Falls, Mossey Falls and Kempty Falls. The nearby places the one can explore while on Honeymoon in Mussoorie are Dhanaulti, Jwalaji Temple, Mussoorie Lake, Nag Devta Temple, Nag Tibba, Surkanda Devi Temple and Van Chetna Kendra. Adventure sports give a new angle to the Honeymoon in Mussoorie. Try your hands at trekking, hiking and rock climbing in Mussoorie. Fill your bags with local handicraft items such as cane objects, hand-knit cardigans and walking sticks as a happy reminder of the time spend on Honeymoon in Mussoorie.

  1. Darjeeling:

Located at a height of 2134 meters above the sea level, serene green Darjeeling steeped in aromas of fresh hill tea lies at a distance of 686 kilometers from Kolkata, the capital city of West Bengal in East India. Honeymoon in romantic Darjeeling as you tour the glassy Senchal Lake, Happy Valley Tea Estate, Lloyd’s Botanical Gardens and the captivating Lebona Race Course. Huddle together on a portable hill cabin that slides along a thrilling ropeway that passes over a deep mountain gorge with the River Ranjeet flowing at the bottom of the breathtaking valley.

  1. Munnar (Kerala):

Munnar is the famous Honeymoon Destination in India. Munnar is a pleasing hill station at an altitude of 1520 m in Kerala. Have a dream Honeymoon in Munnar where your eyes will be flooded with absolute greenery, where you can smell the sweet fragrance coming from the tea gardens, where you can climb the highest peak of Kerala, Anaimudi and where you will find the rare Neelakurunji flower that blooms once in 12 years and the next flowering time is in 2018. Enjoy visiting Attukal, Chithirapuram, Devikulam, Echo Point, Eravikulam National Park, Kundala, Lock Heart Gap, Mattupetty, Nayamkad, Pallivasal, Pothamedu, Powerhouse Waterfalls, Rajamala Wildlife Sanctuary and Munnar Tea and Coffee Plantations.

  1. Nainital (Uttaranchal):

Nainital is the best Honeymoon Destination in India. Nainital, at an elevation of 1938 m, is a beautiful hill station in the state of Uttaranchal. Begin your dream Honeymoon in Nainital with a boat ride on the Naini Lake. You can take a sailing boat, rowing boat or a motorboat. Stroll on the Mall Road or gaze at all the public activities at the Flats. Visit the Naina Devi Temple, Hanumangarhi, St.-John-in-the-Wilderness Church, Raj Bhawan, State Observatory and Kilbury on Honeymoon in Nainital. Have a good time on together on your Honeymoon in Nainital admiring the panoramic views from the Naina Peak, Dorothy Seat, Tiffin Top, Land’s End or take a Cable Car to the Snow View to get an exalted view of the snow-capped mountains.

Travel from nearest city:

All places mentioned above are well connected with major cities through air, rail and bus. If you have to choose the nearest place for honeymoon and want to spend less on travel, you could check luxury bus services available for those hill stations. Here we are trying to give a list of different bus routes –

  1. Gulmarg: Regular bus services operate to/from Jammu to several cities in India including Pathankot, Amritsar, Delhi, Chandigarh, Ambala, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Shimla and Manali.
  2. Mussoorie: Regular bus service is available from Delhi, Dehradun and other nearby cities. Dehradun (35 km) is less than an hour away by road from Mussoorie.
  3. Darjeeling: Darjeeling town. Well connected by rail to New Jalpaiguri and by road to Siliguri, Kolkata, Patna and Phuntshoelling
  4. Munnar: Private and government operated (KSRTC – Kerala State Road Transport Corporation) buses are available to various locations of Kerala. Buses are the cheapest form of transport to Munnar. Regular bus services to Tamil Nadu (towns like Theni, Kumbam, Madurai and Coimbatore) are operated by Tamil Nadu and Kerala Governments.
  5. Nainital: Nainital is connected to National Highway No. 87. Regular roadways buses run from Delhi, Agra, Dehradun, Haridwar, Lucknow, Kanpur & Bareilly daily.

Bus booking is fairly easy nowadays on internet. If you plan early you’ll get budget tickets online. For online bus booking you can check different OTA’s website. Search best bus service, compare and buy cheap tickets.

 

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