Best Romantic Valentine's Day Destinations In India
A warm hug, a passionate kiss, a bouquet of red roses, swiss chocolate and a candle-lit dinner followed a romantic drive, this is what we hear from most people when it comes a Valentine’s Day with your honey. In the land of India, there are several romantic cities and tourist spots which attract visitors to feel the vibes of love and share with your companion. Here is the list of must visit destinations on Valentine’s Day.
It is a fabulous place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Here the romantic couples enjoy a lot of fun, relaxation and delight. You can choose a slothful tour of the beach or a relaxing cruise in the backwater region of Kerala.
The beach destination of international renown, Goa is a popular choice to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Though there are many picturesque beaches in Goa, Palolem beach is a perfect choice for love birds as it is quite secluded as compared to other beaches. You can move to Goa if an adventurous and laid back place is on your mind.
Recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal in Agra is a perfect place to express your love to your sweetheart on the Valentine’s Day. Walking on the pavement of Taj with your honey on a full moon night is an experience beyond words.
Situated in Himachal Pradesh, Manali is one of the most romantic destinations in India. Every year, it attracts honeymooners in large number. White water rafting, Paragliding and Ice Skiing are some of the adventurous activities that can be done. Other places to visit include Rahalla Falls, Malan Valley and Manali Wildlife Sanctuary.
Fondly referred to as ‘City of Lakes’, Udaipur is a dream destination for celebrating Valentine’s Day. The romantic charm of Udaipur lies in an array of man-made marvels dotting the length and breadth of this city along with the lush green Aravali ranges.
Nestled at a height of 6,358 feet above sea level, Nainital is a beautiful, picturesque and a verdant green hill station in the state of Uttarakhand. Some major attractions of this place include Naina peak, Tiffin top, ropeway, horse riding and boating.
Situated at an altitude of 7,440 feet above sea level, Ooty, also known as ‘Queen of Hill Stations’, is a popular hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu. The dense forests, tea estates and lofty mountain peaks add to the attractions of this hill station.