Post
Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
August is a good time to visit most of the places in North. You can try North East if you want some peace and less crowd. You may try: Meghalaya and North Sikkim in one trip. Explore Uttarakhand Kashmir is a good option but due to recent issues it might be risky.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Nestled on the slopes of the Palani Hills in Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is one of the most famous honeymoon destinations in South India. It is loved by honeymooners for its alluring and cozy settings of lush jungle and pleasant weather. It is a must-visit place in South India for every newly married couple. Do take a boat ride on Kodaikanal Lake, take a stroll in Coakers Walk, plan a trek to Dolphins Nose, and bath in Silver Cascade Falls. For hotels-https://www.ulohotels.com/kodaikanal-hotels-and-resorts
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Nestled on the slopes of the Palani Hills in Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is one of the most famous honeymoon destinations in South India. It is loved by honeymooners for its alluring and cozy settings of lush jungle and pleasant weather. It is a must-visit place in South India for every newly married couple. Do take a boat ride on Kodaikanal Lake, take a stroll in Coakers Walk, plan a trek to Dolphins Nose, and bath in Silver Cascade Falls. For accommodations-https://www.ulohotels.com/kodaikanal-hotels-and-resorts
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Hi Chandan, Kerala, Kashmir and Manali are good options for you depending on if you want to spend chilling nights or enjoy complete greenery.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
You can visit Maldives or Sri Lanka.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
You can go to Shillong or to the hill stations in Himachal Pradesh.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Hey why dont you try mumbai nashik the sula vineyards and alibaug (secluded beaches)..and will fit your budget too
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Bali, Indonesia or Thailand are good destinations.
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Hello, Thailand, Dubai and Sri Lanka work best for your honeymoon. Reasons; 1) Flight charges are substantial enough, roughly ₹18000 return fares. 2) Any of them if chosen, are strong Tourist Destinations and quite a lot to show in terms of Nature, relaxation, food, site seeing, etc. 3) Dubai has vivid experiences like Dessert Safari and tallest Burj Khalifa, while Sri Lanka has a lot of beaches (even Thailand), tea plantations and some of the best Train rides through the tea plantations in the world 4) A span of 1 week is ideal enough for these countries amd you can even have more days and more you will see around. 5) As domestic travel would land you to pay a sum of X amount, its almost the same with these countries, so why not go International ? :)
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
upvoteUpvotemessageComment
Dear fellow traveler, follow the link below. This will help you out. https://traveltriangle.com/blog/best-places-to-visit-in-august-in-india/
upvoteUpvotemessageComment