Discussion in 'Travel' started by pebblebeach, Feb 22, 2008.
which Hill station do you think is best for honeymoon in summer.
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Hill stations in India – Honeymoon spots India
Places to Visit, Places of Interest, HillStations in India.
The Hill stations in India are the best places to spend you honeymoon, these places are the best romantic places you would ever visit. So which are these places?
1) Himachal Pardesh
Resort facilities like Cable car, Swimming Pool, Mini train etc, excursion to Kasauli & Chail.
To Kufri, Enjoy a horse ride in the apple orchards. Mall road for shopping or other individual activities.
Visit the ancient Hadimba temple and Club houses. Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley.
Breathtaking view of Mt. Nanda Devi. Golf course at Upat, the government fruit garden and the Research Station at Chaubatia.
This charming hill station is set around 1.5 km long and 500 m wide Naini Lake. enjoy the boat ride on the Naini lake. Sat Tal (21 kms) which has seven lakes includes the jade green Garud Taal. One can also enjoy Mountain biking and rock climbing.
Named after Himalayan shrub Mansoor this hill station is spread out over 16 kms, along a horse shoe shaped ridge overlooking the Doon valley to the South.
Gulmarg - the meadow of flowers. Here, one has the option of taking a horse ride or a cable car till the snow point.
Shankracharya hill for darshan and a bird’s eye view of Srinagar. Then visit the two Mughal gadens - Shalimar and Nishal Bagh. Take a Shikara ride to Char Chinar for a Kashmiri luch. check out Dal Lake.
SONAMARG - the meadow of Gold. Enjoy the scenic beauty and spend the exploring the locale
Mysore 18th century summer palace of Tipu Sultan at Srirangapatnam
At OOTY visit the lake and Botanical gardens. Visit Sim’s Park, Lamb’s Rock & Dolphin’s nose
KODAIKANAL is a good place to shop, specially for newly married.
Check out sights Rumtek Monastery, Botanical Garden, Chorten Stupa, Institute of Tibetology, Cottage Industry, Flower Show, Nam Nang View Point.
Singba Rhododendron Sanctuary. Atrip to Sulphur Hot Spring would be an unique experience. For the adventure lovers, a trek through the sanctuary shall unfld the magic and mystery mother nature beholds for you. Lachung Monastery, the Handicraft Centre and a pleasant drive through the winding roads of the village situated by the side of the roaring Lachung Chu (river).
Pemayangsle Monastery, Rabdanse Palace Ruins, Kanchan Dezonga Falls, Rimbi Falls, Kechapalri Lake.
Visit the Tiger Hill to witness the magnificent sunrise on the Mt. Kanchanzonga. On the way back visit the Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop. check out Himalayan Mountaineering Insitute, Podwaja Naidu zoological Garden, Labong Rose Course, Ropeway, Happy valley tea estate, Tenzing Rock Lal Kuthi.
My brother got recently got married and they went to Kulu manali, simla.
According to bhai and bhabhi, it's fantastic place. Also, it would be a good idea to book a guided tour.
That way you are free from all the daily logistic.
someone i know recently visited kumarakoan (I think thats how its pronounced) in South India. they said its one of the best spots in the world.its a resort area worth the visit.
Munnar is gud..less crowded..
even i can say Munnar is ver nice place.we have been there and you can have a night's stay in boathouse in back water's of Kerala. its wonderful experience.
I have been to all north India hill stations, out of which, Mussourie, Dalhousie, Dharamshala are the best, shimla is too commercialised. Mussourie is also very much commercialised but it is the kinda place that attracts very good Gentry, i mean to say very good crowds and its quite a happening place, which has everything that a city has, like night life and still feels like a small cozy town, you can walk the whole place in 2-3 hours, i guess good enough for a short honeymoon.
MAHABALESHWAR isOne of the most popular tourist destinations and honey moon spots of Maharashtra, Mahabaleshwar is the most ideal choice for those looking for natural beauty, hilly points offering panoramic and breath-taking view, fresh and charming breeze and healthy climate. No doubt honey mooners will have best of both the worlds in this wonderful and yet peaceful place. The place is abuzz with tourists during seasons and even off season, it can be visited due to its ever charming atmosphere. DISTANCES AND SEASON: Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar via Mahad is 220 kms Mumbai to Pune is 180 kms & further Pune to Mahabaleshwar is 120 kms. However the route via Pune through expressway is also a tourist delight and it is ideal to book a taxi/take your own vehicle via this route to enjoy its full beauty. Mahabaleswar is having vast green area of about 150 sq. kms and every bit of it is a paradise for nature lovers.
An evergreen vast plateau with long beautiful and well built roads, horse rides, amazing water falls, rivers, ancient temple amidst lust green forest. fruits like strawberries, raspberries, boating in Venna lake. Everything is so nice and beautiful about this place that just by being at this wonderfully endowed place leaves you spell bound and with a heart warming desire to come back again.
I would highly recommend Panchgani especially the Surya Retreat. Its gr8 for hoeymooning surrounded by mountains and waterfalls. Breathtaking beauty , serene , and excellent amenities .!!! Oh and yes but of course gr8 food too. But I guess thats the last thing you look out for in honey moons.
Gangtok ( Sikkim ) is the best of all the places ( SImla Darjeeling, Kulu, Manali, Dharamshala etc....)I visited so far. March , April , May is the right time.