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Munnar’s green tea groves are the most popular honeymoon destination for women, snorkeling in the combination of sunlight and white snow at dawn. You reach the mountains surrounded by tea gardens, and there is still time. Visitors can see the hue of green all over when walking through these gardens. In the heart of the Munnar is the lush green tea gardens. The smell of the tea, which is marred by calling birds and the awe-inspiring view of other tourist attractions such as Echo Points and waterfalls, opens up your senses. Check out our Munnar Tour Prices for Munnar Honeymoon.
Chembra Peak is the highest point in Kerala Wayanad, and one of the best honeymoon spots in Kerala is a permanent heart-shaped lake halfway to it. The lake has always perennial water at any time of the year. The honeymoon lake, which is rounded in its heart, is halfway to the summit and you have to go and walk about one or two kilometers through thick trees to reach the summit of the lake. The lake is mostly covered with snow and dung, ideally, fit for couples, and is one of Kerala’s best spots for the honeymoon. Check out the package Enticing Wayanad Tour to Chembara Top.
In the Alleppey or Kumarakom backwaters, Kerala still boasts many of its original waterways. Take a cruise through Kumarakom’s backwater to see the green rice paddies and the green cocoa groves in close proximity. For pairs, Kumarakom is a good recommendation, since Kumarakom has massive waters as opposed to Alleppey’s narrow backwaters, which are much more crowded. If you intend to visit Kerala backwaters, consider booking a houseboat from August to February. Summer months are moisture and more visitors, with overcrowded backwaters, while the monsoon is the best time to see Kerala, offering the best food, less crowded, and more friendly environment.
The turquoise and blue waters of Marmaris are a rare attraction with a bright sun, and delicious food attracts both honeymoons and savoury travellers. Perhaps you would like to dip into the swimming pool in the cottage before you begin the morning with a beach walk in the morning. Swimming in a big private swimming pool for any partner is an immediate pickup. Create good memories and play a few games, maybe. There is nothing to relax with sore legs after a day’s walk and stroll like a few times out in the pool before getting a good night’s sleep.
There is also a treehouse resort in Athirappilly which provides unparalleled rumble, roar and views of the waterfalls in the forest with confidentiality and privacy. In Athirappilly there is the crowd that comes to Kerala for tourism and sightseeing. At this resort, you will sit in the luscious green pond and observe that at the end of the day, the sunshine is fading and the waterfalls are also untouched when you take a dip in the swimming pool that faces the waterfalls. This honeymoon spot in Kerala is the absolute isolation of any couple.
On Kovalam Beach, the rocky seashores are featured in a romantic mountain and boon book, where a huge rocky highland that stretches across the sea has developed a bay perfect for swimming in calm waters by the sea. Visitors will visit special cliff tops and fishing villages, have a cultural display or walk through the highlands at the beach. Climb the Cliff and see Kovalam’s lighthouse overlooking the coasts of Kovalam and the Arab Sea. Please spend the day visiting Kovalam in the lush sea village, Kerala with the cliffside gardens and lots of people looking. Spend the day in Kovalam. You will enjoy your stay with a world-class dining, seamless service and palatial accommodation at the Leela Kovalam beach resort. Enjoy sunbathing, swimming, herbal massages, cultural special events, such as the Kathali Show and the ayurvedic massage.
Fort Kochi is a comfortable and cultural romantic getaway with many moods and the historic atmosphere, as well as laid back colonial charm. Wander along Princess Street’s broad streets that include historic bungalows and street restaurants filled with a non-Indian crowd. The boat jetty offers ideal picturesque scenery and a view of the Kochi Harbour, complete with Chinese fishing nets. Explore a hard set of the property and the fun ambiance in Kasi Arts Cafe. The Princes Street has some of the best restaurants, stores, and narrow alleys with picturesque shops ideal to buy souvenirs from Kerala. Go on a holiday at Fort Kochi in the colonial fort of Kochi with the packages of our Kochi Tours.