Kerala is not called the “God’s own country” for nothing. It is one of India’s most exquisite locations, and offers a huge assortment of romantic honeymoon destinations. The state is visited by couples from all over the world who come here to marvel at the sheer abundance of natural beauty here.
A huge selection of some of the best hotels and resorts in the world has sprung up here so as to meet the increasing demand for quality accommodation. There are a good bunch of excellent packages on offer as well for couples and newly weds here.
Another remarkable aspect about honeymoon destinations in Kerala is the incredible variety. From beaches to forests, to hill stations to backwaters, the state has simply everything, and then some more. Make sure that you consider each and everyone of these romantic honeymoon destinations in Kerala.
Kovalam Beach Kerala
Top romantic honeymoon destinations in Kerala
To begin with the beach, Kovalam is one of the best beach resorts perhaps in the entire world. The phrase – “Pristine sands and crystal clear waters”, although rather overused, seems to have been coined originally for Kovalam. There are coconut trees that sway in the constant refreshing sea breezes.
Kovalam attracts travelers from all over the world. There are a whole bunch of excellent options of accommodation here. The hotels and resorts here have a good range of packages offered for couples.
Munnar is a picture perfect hill station in Kerala, and is one of the most beautiful in the whole of India. The verdant hills undulate gently, while the tea plantations seem to stretch for miles. The weather here is perfect almost all through the year. Munnar is certainly one of the most romantic honeymoon destinations in India, if not the world.
Alleppey was said to be the Venice of the south, at the time of occupation. The city has canal systems to rival Venice. It is also where you can enjoy sailing in catamarans and houseboats in the backwaters of Kerala. There is probably nothing to be compared to the magical feeling of floating around in a boat and enjoying the lush green scenery at the banks. Extremely, truly romantic.
Thekkady is home to one of the biggest wildlife sanctuaries in India – the Periyar wildlife sanctuary and Tiger Reserve. It is home to some of the most diverse species of flora and fauna. The city of Thekkaddy is filled with a huge number of nature destinations other than this. You can take a boat cruise on board the Periyar Lake. The best aspect of boarding is that you can enjoy a safari and view animals from your boat in safety.