August 22, 2014

A Romantic Honeymoon in Khandala

Khandala is one of the important hill stations in the state of Maharashtra and because of which, it is the pride of Sahyadri Mountains. Khandala is gifted with abundant natural beauty and it is definitely proved a popular destination for the people of cities of Mumbai and Pune. The beauty which khandala have is actually has to be experienced.

Khandala is endowed with abundant natural beauty and like Lonavala, it is also provides a popular gateway from the hustle and bustle of cities of Mumbai and Pune. The picturesque green surroundings of this pretty hill station attract the travelers towards it.

Geograhically Khandala is located in the western part of the state of Maharashtra that is in the western region of India. It is situated at a height of 625 meters. The spot actually lies on the western slopes of the Sahyadri mountain range. It is beautifully placed amongst the hills and valleys of the Sahyadri. Mesmerizing as they say Khandala never fails to charm its visitors. Khandala lies at a distance of 69 kilometer from Pune and 101 kilometer southeast of Mumbai.

From Lonavala, which is another exotic location, it is 5 km away. Khandala have a pleasant weather. In Summer season, that is April-June, are quite mild, while Winter season, that is November-February, are cool. But, in Monsoon season, it rains heavily between June and September.

How To Reach Khandala

The place is mainly connected with rail and roadways. Lonavala Railway Station is the nearest one from this place of natural beauty. Almost each and every express train connecting the cities of Pune and Mumbai pass through this station. Apart from that, one can even get there by availing buses, taxis or own car via the Bangalore – Mumbai National Highway. However, there is no airport located in this hill station. If you are planning to visit this place by airways, then you have to get yourself a ticket till the Pune Airport from where you can travel there by rail or roadways.

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August 18, 2014

Honeymoon in off season

It may be obvious to seasoned travelers, but those with less experience may not be aware of how affordable it can be to honeymoon in the “off season”—basically, any time other than when most people travel to your destination. Certain destinations’ accommodation and airfare prices may be slashed by 30 percent or more during the off-season compared to the peak travel season.

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August 13, 2014

Shimla is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations of India

Shimla is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations of India. The moment you enter, you’ll be greeted with salubrious climate, and picturesque green hills with snow peaks surrounded by thick forests of fir, pine and oak making it a favorite among honeymoon couples.

To the delight of the visitors, Shimla has gorgeous views of the Himalayas, trips to the surroundings countryside coupled with excellent hotels and impressive vestiges of its colonial past in the old vice regal Lodge, the Mall and the Christ Church with its stained glass windows. For more energetic entertainment, hit the indoor roller-skating rink in Lakkar bazaar or go open-air ice-skating above the Rivoli Bus stand.

Easy accessible, good infrastructure and numerous places of attractions make Shimla a worthwhile destination. The gushing sound of streams, swaying fields, natural surroundings as well as man-made edifices accompanied by tranquility and peace will make honeymoon in Shimla pleasurable. The extravagance and solace of Shimla has made it a crowd-puller.

Shimla’s enchanting beauty is available all around the town. Exotic places of interest like the Chadwick falls, Jakhoo hill, Summer hill, Prospect hill add romance to Shimla honeymoon. Affordable hotels are also available to suit every couple’s budget.

Shimla has plenty to offer trekking enthusiasts as well as those looking for easy hikes and scenic drive. You can view some of the most beautiful mountainscapes and flower-filled meadows in Shimla. A drive around Shimla will take you to rustic villages, river gorge, temples and pastures. Exploring Shimla with your beloved will add zing to your romantic holiday.

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August 11, 2014

Honeymoon Gifts For Your Better Half

If you’re looking for complete flexibility, are booking your honeymoon independently or through a travel agent that doesn’t offer a honeymoon list, or simply want to offer your guests a choice between a traditional gift list and a honeymoon one, then booking through a specialist honeymoon gift list company is a fantastic idea (in fact, I think it’s a fantastic idea full stop). One of the great things about these sites (or at least, the best of them), is that you can customise your domain name, making it personal to the two of you (and easy for your guests to remember), fill your list with whatever you want (car hire, contributions to your flights, scuba dives, horse riding, a new iron…), and have complete control over the money that you are given, so you can essentially use it as soon as you are given it. And it’s also worth bearing in mind that in many instances you’ll also be helping to support a small business – which means everyone wins. The only thing to watch out for with gift list companies is their fees – these really vary from company to company, and the best will be completely upfront with how much they charge.

I’ve posted here about the service that Buy Our Honeymoon offer – it’s arguably the best honeymoon gift list service available, and they only charge a one-off fee of £55 for you to use their service, which means you don’t have to worry about passing on commission charges to your guests (great news all round). There are countless other options available (such as Deposit a Gift), so you may well want to shop around a bit before settling on something – I’d really recommend doing a bit of research into a company before signing up for anything, and do make sure you read the small print with regards to prices and any hidden charges.

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August 8, 2014

Enticing Honeymoon Locations In India For You

After tying the knot honeymoon provides you wonderful opportunity to know your partner very well. It is the occasion for newly weds to spend some time alone from the busy world. Relax, enjoy and begin a new life together with some of the unique honeymoon destinations in India. It should be unique and serene so that your mind gets refilled with love. In India honeymoon is the first official outing for married couples and therefore it should exclusive to celebrate the new phase of life and enjoy being together.


"Queen of the hills", shimla is the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. Shimla is decorated with apple orchards, pine forests, oaks and rhododendron. Make your honeymoon a life long memorable affair in the midst of magnificent snow peaks and refreshing green all around.

Kullu Manali

Enjoy the pure air, clean weather coupled with the company of your life partner in Kullu and Manali. The place offers wide accommodation facilities on the pleasing locations to make your honeymoon an auspicious occasion. Manali is rich in natural sites, hot water springs and waterfalls. Apart from these there are beautiful temples scattered everywhere for the religious minders. More

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August 6, 2014

A great Honeymoon in Dalhousie Hills

Hills which are known for romance is Dalhousie Hills. A Perfect Place for Honeymoon. Dalhousie is a quiet town, with a sense of enchantment. This hill station spreads over five low-level hills at the western edge of the Dhauladhar range, just east of the Ravi River. The picturesque town is interspersed with the stalls and hotels. The pine-covered slopes around it are intersected with paths and treks, which are ideal for short undemanding walks.

There are also magnificent views of Chamba valley and the mighty Dhauladhar range with its awe-inspiring snow covered peaks filling an entire horizon. By road Dalhousie is about 555 km from Delhi, 52 km from Chamba via Banikhet and 46 km via Khajjiar and the nearest railhead at Pathankot is 85 km away.

Dalhousie is 485 km by road from Delhi and 52 km from Chamba. The closest railhead is Pathankot, 80 km away. The airport at Gaggal in Kangra is at a distance of 135 km . Taxis and buses are easily available from these places.

Beside the palace, Jandhri Ghat offers heavenly spots for picnicking-gushing streamlets in the midst of fragrant pine-scented breezes. Bakrota Hills and the ‘Round’ (2085m): Less than 5 km from the town centre, the Bakrota Hills frame a breathtaking view of the further snow-clad peaks. The ’round’ is a walling circuit around the hill, very popular with residents.

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August 1, 2014

Italy Will Certainly Give You An Ultimate Honeymoon Experience

A couple's honeymoon is one that can be considered a dream come true for them. They get to spend quality time together, without a worry in the world, and in places where they dreamed to go to. With romance at their side, the key to a great honeymoon is further highlighting that romance and by choosing a place that will make them feel they own the world.

Beaches, modern cities, or a leisurely trip to famous tourist spots are some couple's top choices. Italy is one of these places. And when people think about Italy, fashion, the home of the finest gelato, Italian wines and expansive vineyards, and great Italian coffee are just some of the things that come to mind. A lot of people have found inspiration in Italy. Whether for their paintings, sculptures, or fashion, there are plenty of things and places where one can draw inspiration from.

As a honeymoon place, the top three choices you can have would be Rome, Tuscany, and Sicily. These cities have the comfort every traveler needs – expansive choices for hotels, a lot of restaurant choices, and friendly tourist assistance centers are spread throughout Italy. For a glimpse of these places, here are some travel tips for Rome, Tuscany and Sicily.

Known as the Eternal City, Rome can truly live up to that status every single time. Home of the famous and great architectural wonder, the Coliseum, and the Pantheon and the Catacombs can be found here as well. This rich history of Rome (in every aspect of the word) is the main reason why hundreds of people visit Rome for leisurely reasons. The Trastevere has cobblestone streets that reflect that artistry and ingenuity of Italian people that has always been evident. Shopping is one of the other main reasons why Rome is frequented by visitors. Fine Italian leather and fashion can be considered to have sprung from Rome. More

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July 28, 2014

Honeymoon in Kashmir – Best of all time

Famous for its unbeatable charm, Kashmir is one among the most popular honeymoon destinations in India and the world, receiving thousands of tourists annually. Visitors are attracted by historic cities, a beautiful countryside, Wet lands, rich cuisine, unique and splendid work of art and craft, dotted lakes midst of hills, the quaint pictures of the Gulmarg Valley, Sindh Valley, Bangus Valley and Dachigam Valley.

In addition, Kashmir offers an agreeable climate, wide possibilities for winter sports , most notably in the Gulmarg and Pahalgam, and a rich culture with food that is among the most loved in the world. Breath-taking lakes, fresh water streams, luscious fruits, magnificent forests, mighty mountains and lush meadows etc of the valley, makes it a paradise on Earth.

While in Kashmir do not miss the adventure prospects like trekking, rafting and skiing. The Kashmir, having wetland, are important ecosystem and support important biodiversity (flora & Fauna). They fall along the Central Asian flyway of winter migratory birds.The capital of Jammu and Kashmir- Srinagar is one of the most enthralling cities in the country. This place has many scenic attractions including sacred pilgrimages, beautiful lakes, aromatic Mughal gardens and many alike . Dal Lake and Wular Lake are the major attractions among tourists.

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July 23, 2014

Honeymoon in Panchgani

Known for its tourism and a popular destination for Honeymoon of newly wed couples. At an altitude of 1,334m, it is just 38m below Mahabaleshwar. These 38m translate themselves into a breathtaking 18-km approach, offering heart-stopping views of the River Krishna on one side and the coastal plains on the other. It is far from the noise of Pune and the endless hustle-bustle and pollution of Mumbai metropolis. It is the first hill town one reaches from Mahabaleshwar on the Pune road.

The magnifcent scenary of Krishna Valley from West to East with its numerous hamlets, cultivated fields and picturesque view of the backwater of Dhom Dam can be seen along the whole northern ridge of the mountain. The total yearly rainfall

Places Of Interest For Tourists

Sydney Point

This point is situated on a small hillock facing the Krishna Valley .From here one can see the the glittering waters of the Dhom Dam and Pandavgad and Mandhardeo are also easily seen.

Dhom Dam

Dhom Dam water sports is one more amazing attraction for tourists which is 21 kms away from Panchgani. A beautiful boating spot.

Table Land

Situated around 60 mts high ,this flat large expanse of laterite rock is the second longest mountain plateau in asia. There are some spacious caves that can be seen from here and one of them is Devil’s Kitchen.

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July 21, 2014

One of the most popular Honeymoon Attractions

If you are planning to take your better-half to a romantic honeymoon, then honeymoon tours Goa provides special packages for your honeymoon in Goa. One of the most popular tourist attractions for honeymoon in India is Goa. It is a land of eye-catching beauty and peaceful atmosphere and experiences the inflow of thousands of tourists from all over the world. Get on to then honeymoon tour packages Goa and enjoy the place with your beloved.

India tour operators facilitate you with special packages which consist of trips to the famous beaches in Goa. These beaches are the most excellent place to take a view of sunrise and sunset and are perfect for your first outing with your life partner. The most famous beaches of Goa are Calangute Beach, Miramar Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Benaulim Beach, and Vagator Beach. Honeymoon tours Goa provides special packages for a visit to these mesmerizing beaches.

One of the most famous beaches in Goa is Arambol beach. Arambol beach is scenery of lover's dream destination with expansive coastal stretch. The beach is a long stretch of golden sands interspersed with rocky cliffs. There are two beaches in Arambol, the main and most popular one being is the Harmal beach, which is the northernmost beach in Goa. The second beach, which can only be reached on foot, is more charming and surrounded by steep cliffs on both sides.

Arambol beach remains quite peaceful except on Sundays, when a huge crowd of local people gather here for enjoying their Sundays. There is a relaxed environment all around, with the calmness attracting many day-trippers enjoying their honeymoon in calm and peaceful place.

Couples can just not enjoy the romantic walk along the beach but can indulge in adventurous water sports. Following an adventurous day, couples can also enjoy a pleasant evening with your beloved in a cruise where activities like ball dance, candle light dinner and many more.

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July 19, 2014

Honeymoon Is The Most Wonderful Feeling Of Your Marriage

Falling in Love is an experience that has been written about all throughout history and everyone who has had the experience will always remember it with a smile. Some might even hop from one relationship to the next just to get the thrill of the honeymoon stage back – only to find that with every new partner it eventually fades away. Why is that?

Definition of the Honeymoon Stage

The honeymoon stage, also called honeymoon period, is when the relationship is happy and stable. The emphasis is on the couple's 'sameness'. They do everything together. The challenges are being able to separate enough from their family and developing the expression of their positive emotions, and love.

Falling in love

The honeymoon stage is where we fall in love. It is the time when you cannot stop thinking about the other person, you want to spend all the time together, you share this intense connection with 'your soul mate', you talk about him or her to all your friends, you neglect your friends and family to be with your loved one, you can stay up all night and still have energy the next day, you live with not much food, you are totally attracted to one another with usually high romantic arousal, you find yourself daydreaming about a future together and some even visualize the wedding. More

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July 16, 2014

Honeymoon in Coorg, Karnataka, India

If you are the type who likes to mingle with nature, see the snow-like mist romance with mountain slopes, feel the tingle of the cool and gentle breeze, watch the leaves flutter in dance-like movements, hear the sounds of chirping birds fill the air, then Coorg is the place for you.

Often called "the Scotland of India", Coorg is a picturesque charming town situated at an elevation of over 5,000 ft, where the cool bracing wind whips the hair about your faces, as you ramble along the streets that dip and rise delightfully. All about coffee with a fair amount of cardamom and pepper thrown in, breathtaking views surprise you from pretty cottages as you sniff appreciatively, the heady fragrance of coffee blossoms.

Though there is very little to do in this quiet and unhurried hill station, yet you'll wonder at the marvels and mysteries of Mother Nature and her endless enthusiasm, to create spectacular sights, that is every where exemplified in Coorg.

The Coorgis or the Kodavas have a distinct and fascinating culture. History has it that they could be descendants of Alexander the Great, when his troops invaded India somewhere around 327 BC. Perhaps, that should explain their unique physical features, of the men being tall and well built.

Coorgi women can be easily identified in the way they wrap around their saris. They pleat the sari at the back unlike other women who pleat the sari in the front. The Kodavas – like any other Indian community – celebrate their festivals with pomp and joy. But most of all, its their reverence for the River Cauvery, whose origins are from their lands.

Therefore, the Cauvery Sankaramana festival each year, takes precedence and is considered to be very sacrosanct. It?s but natural, that they call themselves the children of Cauvery.

24 hour coffee shop is an airy retreat, open on two sides and filled with greenery. The spaciousness, the plants and the laidback, old world atmosphere slows down time in a way reminiscent of India's coffee paradise, Coorg. The coffee shop serves an endless choice of snacks, ranging from burgers and chaats to fillet steaks.

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July 14, 2014

An awesome Honeymoon in Kalimpong

Lying peacefully against the backdrop of the magnificent Khangchendzonga, Kalimpong is one of those rare hill stations that are not overcrowded. Known for its cool weather throughout the year, it is a garden town with numerous shaded walks along forest roads.Famed for its Buddhist monasteries, Kalimpong is a heavenly place at bloom-time, when Kalimpong emerges in a riot of colors as entire hillsides get covered with exquisite orchids and other exotic flowers. The panoramic view of the Khangchendzonga range from here is one of its significant highlights.

Kalimpong has a lot to offer in terms of shopping. The Main Road, the 10th Mile Market and the Raja Dorje Market are some of the good places to shop. The must-buys of Kalimpong include fresh ginger and honey, Tibetan noodles, jewellery, artefacts, seeds and flower bulbs. The Kalimpong Arts & Crafts Centre is the best place for authentic Lepcha, Bhutanese and Sikkimese embroidered work on purses and dresses. Don?t leave Kalimpong without trying some of its famous cheese.Although you'll find that Sikkimese and Tibetan cuisine (especially momos) are the most popular in Kalimpong, there are several restaurants that offer good Western, Indian and Mughlai cuisine.

Kalimpong can be reached by bus/ taxi/ jeep from New Jalpaiguri/ Siliguri in approximately three hours. Buses from Siliguri cost Rs 45. A share-jeep will cost Rs 50. Bus terminus: All buses leave from the Motor Stand in the central bazaar area.

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July 10, 2014

Honeymoon in these wonderful Islands

When it comes to planning a honeymoon, one of the most popular destinations is an island. Whether it is in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean or the Hawaiian Islands there are some really magnificent destinations for couples to choose from.


Depending on where the happy couple lives, Bermuda is a beautiful island destination for honeymooners. It is located close to the coast of the United States in the Atlantic Ocean. It has a warm climate but not as warm as the islands further south. It is one of the safest islands to visit with crime against tourist almost nonexistent. Bermuda is best for honeymoons from May to October. The water will be warm enough for swimming. There are some gorgeous resorts such as Elbow Beach on the island. Many people visit Bermuda on a cruise which works very well for honeymooners as well.


Hawaii offers a variety of honeymoon options with each of its islands. Each island has a very distinctive atmosphere and what the couple is looking for in a honeymoon will determine which island is the best fit.

Oahu has Waikiki which is arguably the most well known beach in the world. There are some romantic resorts that offer everything that any romantic honeymooner could possibly want. One that is perfect for the ultimate in romance is the Halekulani. Once a private estate, this hotel has been welcoming guests to Waikiki for 90 years. They offer special treats for honeymooners and everyone who comes here is treated as a pamper guest. Many guests never leave the resort but there is a whole world of adventure and nightlife close by. More

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July 7, 2014

A great Honeymoon in Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is a land of cultural and geographical diversity, blessed by a innumerable tranquil expanses of meadows, perennial rivers, dense forests, fertile soil, plays a very important role in the politics, education, culture, industry, agriculture and Tourism of India. A place of gods and goddesses, a land which has a glorious history. It is the land of Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Mahavir, Ashoka, Harsha, Akbar and Mahatma Gandhi. It is a land dotted with countless shrines and pilgrimage which hold a special significance in the lives of the Indian people.
Guarded by the majestic Himalayas in the north, garlanded by Ganga and Yamuna. Surrounded by states like Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Himachal and HaryanaSituated in the northern part of India, it has the distinction of being the most populous state of India. in terms of area, it is the fourth largest, among all the states. The wealth of its monuments, mystical call of its mountains and lakes, and the religious fervour that it evokes, have rendered Uttar Pradesh, one of the most fascinating states of the Indian Union. Whether one is on a spiritual quest, or in search of adventure, or just on a curiosity trip, Uttar Pradesh has something to offer to everyone.
Uttar Pradesh offers an endless array of attractions, to the tourist by way of monuments, health resorts, mountain peaks, a wealth of ancient temples and viharas, rich flora and fauna, fascinating rivers and captivating valleys. Agra, Ayodhya, Sarnath, Varanasi, Lucknow, Mathura and Prayag combine religious and architectural marvels; Nainital, Mussorie, Ranikhet and Almora are hill resorts of rare charm; Corbett and Dudhwa National Parks head a long list of wildlife reserves and sanctuaries; Yamnotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Hemkund and the Pindari Glacier, enfolded wthin the Himalayan ranges, offer a combination of adventure, pilgrim centres and natural beauty.
The findings of the archaeological excavations in Banda, Mirzapur and Meerut, and the chalk drawings by primitive men extensively found in the Vindhyan ranges of Mirzapur districts, link Uttar Pradesh to the early Stone Age and Harappan era making it one of the ancient cradles of Indian culture.
Uttar Pradesh is full of culture and as wall as archeological heritage fairs and festivals, folk arts, art and crafts, music, museums, wild life sanctuaries such as Jhansi Festival – March,, Lucknow Festival – November, Jhoola Fair, Magh Mela, Bateshwar Cattle Fair, Janmashtami, Kumbh Mela. Folk arts like Braj Raslila, Ramlila, Charkula, Rasiya. Art and crafts like Chikankari Embroidery Works, Zardoji Embroidery Works, Zari Works, Metal Ware, Pottery, Carpets and Floor Coverings, Jewellery, Perfume. There are a varities of museums in Uttar Pradesh – Bharat Kala Bhavan – Varansi, State Museum – Lucknow, archaeological Museum – Sarnath, Government Museum – Mathura.
One can go by Air, By Rail or by Road, by domestic Airports in Uttar Pradest, i.e. in Agra, Kanpur, Luncknow and Varanasi, by Rail you can go by trains. Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabad and Mughalsarai are some of the major railheads that are linked to the rest of the country by express.By Road Uttar Pradesh is connected to the rest of the country by a good network of roads. Some of the important national highways that connect that state are NH 2, 25, 26, 27, 29, and 45. Best time to visit in any time, though UP is a state for northern region, has a tropical

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July 3, 2014

Nilgiri – Beautiful Place For A Couple To Romance

Nilgiri means “Blue Mountains“. The entire area of the Blue Mountains constitutes the present district of Nilgiri. The height of the hills in the Blue Mountain range varies between 2,280 and 2,290 metres, the highest peak being Doddabetta at a height of 2,623 metres.

High above the sea level, situated at the junction of the two ghat ranges of the Sahayadri Hills, Nilgiri district provides a fascinating view. Kerala on the west, the Mysore State on the north, and Coimbatore district on the east and south bound it. Headquarters of Nilgiris district is Udhagamandalam (also called as Ooty).

Nilgiris derives its charm from its natural setting. The steep hills and fantastically narrow valleys with numerous rivers and rivulets running in all directions with a few fine waterfalls here and there provide beautiful scenery. The temperate and most equable climate further heightens the attractiveness of the place. The major tea growing areas in the South are the Nilgiris and these tea gardens are beautiful to watch.

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June 30, 2014

A great Honeymoon destination in Mysore

Once the capital of the Wodeyar kingdom, the jewel of Karnataka; Mysore is a mammoth, magnificent tourist paradise. A city of much splendor, it has gorgeous palaces, beautiful parks, wonderful museums and art galleries, dams, reservoirs and temples.

Wide stretches of tree lined avenues enveloped with the aroma of jasmine; jacaranda and frangipani permeate the air. This easy-going city is famous for its silk and is also a thriving sandalwood and incense centre.

Located in the Western ghats at a height of 2240m, Udhagamandalam is the headquarters of the Nilgiris district where the two ghats meet. Nature has been generous with this region, which is by far the most beautiful in the state of Tamilnadu. Mysore is one of the most popular hill resorts in Karnataka India. It is a charming hill station, stands amidst sylvan beauty on the southern crest of the upper Palani Hills near Madurai in Tamil Nadu. With its rocks, woods, lovely lake and bracing air, Mysore is an ideal hill resort for honeymooners.

Mysore’s manifold attractions include Grand Mysore palace, Bandipur National Park, Brindavan Gardens, Chamundeshwari Temple, St Philomena’s Church, Kukkarahalli Lake, Planet X and Daria Daulat Bagh amongst others. Brindavan Gardens are amongst the most exquisitely maintained gardens in the whole world. If you choose to visit the garden at night, you would be treated to spectacular colorful and musical fountains on your Mysore Honeymoon. The charming ambience of the place is sure to delight you and your sweetheart.

Apart from lakes, there exists an array of beautiful palaces that were built by different rulers of the dynasties in the ancient times. You would definitely be awestruck to confront the Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion, Jaganmohana Palace, Lalitha Mahal Palace, as well as the Mysore Palace. Another architectural splendor of Mysore is the St. Philomena’s Church whose awesome structure catches your eye. One more place that deserves your visit is the Brindavan Gardens which would surely add another glitter to your honeymoon in Mysore.

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June 25, 2014

Honeymoon in off seasons

It may be obvious to seasoned travelers, but those with less experience may not be aware of how affordable it can be to honeymoon in the “off season”—basically, any time other than when most people travel to your destination. Certain destinations’ accommodation and airfare prices may be slashed by 30 percent or more during the off-season compared to the peak travel season.

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June 23, 2014

Honeymoon in India


Going on a honeymoon after marriage has become as much a part of our society as marriage itself. A honeymoon is supposed to be the period where love blooms between the newly-weds…when the couple can take some time off from life to spend quality time together and forget all the worries in the world. Little wonder then that a honeymoon destination is chosen after careful scrutiny.

There's no rulebook for choosing the right place; it depends on people's individual choices. Luckily, India has a place for every taste! From serene mountains in the north to exotic beaches in the south and everything in between, the country has the right mix of everything that a great vacation requires.

Kullu-Manali in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the country. Pleasant weather, clean air, serene environs and an abundance of natural beauty make this hill-station an ideal getaway from the hustle-bustle of everyday life. At an approachable distance from Shimla, Kullu & Manali offers a wide range of accommodation facilities and picturesque locations to make the trip memorable. More

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June 17, 2014

Honeymoon in Port Blair – Andaman Nicobar Island

Port Blair, the capital town of Andaman and Nicobar with nice small museums is a cluster of tin-roofed buildings tumbling towards the sea in the north, east and west and petering into fields and forests in the south. The beaches have white sand and coral reef and unpolluted sparkling clear water.

The rare flora and fauna, underwater marine life and corals, with crystal clear water and mangrove-lined creeks with unpolluted fresh air attract any nature-lover, who seek absolute peace and tranquility in the lap of mol and sunny in winter.

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