Unexplored Himalayan Honeymoon DestinationsPosted by: Rahul Garg, Posted on: 1 month ago
The Indian hill terrain is beautiful, with serene landscapes and commercial towns the Himalaya’s are full of great honeymoon destinations. But, most people prefer Nothern India because of the picturesque views and cold weather. Of course, hill stations like Shimla, Mussoorie, Manali are the famous and luxurious properties. But, there some other places in the Himalayas that will take your honeymoon’s experience to the next level. Here is a list of less visited but gorgeous Himalayan destinations:
Mashobra with its lush green landscape, snow-capped mountains, and picturesque views is a great place to bond for newlyweds. The couple can also enjoy camping, trekking, paragliding, rappelling, rafting, quad biking, and skiing here. The Mahasu Jatara festival attracts several visitors here.
Best places to visit here are Craignano, WildFlower Hall Hotel, Reserve Forest Sanctuary, and Mahasu Peak & Fair.
Gulmarg is India’s best skiing destination. Green meadows, pine & deodars trees, and snow-covered mountains make it stunning. During the winter season, a blanket of white snow makes it jaw-dropping beautiful for honeymooners to go on a photo clicking spree!
Best places to visit around Gulmarg are Apharwat Peak, Alpather Lake, Maharani Temple, Golf Course, and Gulmarg Gondola.
Kokernag is a great honeymoon destination for nature-loving couples. Kokernag is famous for its gardens, largest fresh water springs, and largest rainbow trout hatchery. Taking a walk in the perfect weather here and you will surely be connected to your partner on a deeper level.
Best places here are Botanical Garden, Nathpather, Trout Fishing Hatchery, and Daksum.
Pulwama located in Jammu and Kashmir has the best lakes and an amazing wildlife making this place one of the best. Best time to visit this place is April to October. Here many newlyweds come here to spend their honeymoon because sheer natural beauty gives a couple a great time to connect and bond!
Best places where you can visit are Tarsar Lake, Marsar Lake, Aharbal Waterfall, and Avantishwar Temple.
Pangot is right near Nainital and while many people prefer the crowded Nanital, couples head to the picturesque Pangot for some bird-watchers and nature.
Major attractions of this place are Chenna Peak, Kilbury and Snow View Point.
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