HELLO COMING FEBRUARY! THE MONTH OF LOVE.  While the Internet is always churning out gift ideas for your loved ones, have you considered taking your significant other to a romantic destination to celebrate Valentine’s Day? I’ve travelled to some of India’s most romantic locations in the previous few of years. Beautiful beaches, untamed forests, history, and much more abound in our country, making it ideal for hopeless romantics. I’ve compiled a list of 10 most romantic places to visit in India.



Udaipur, also known as the “Venice of the East,” is one of India’s most charming cities.

Udaipur is known for its beautiful lakes, luxurious hotels, and charming white-washed buildings. Brunching at lakeside restaurants, boating on Lake Pichola to absorb in the glorious sunset, a visit to the City Palace, the lights show at Bagore ki Haveli, and watching the city glow from the steps of Gangaur Ghat are just a few of the fantastic things to do in Udaipur. You may avoid the crowds by renting a bike and riding around Doodh Talai Lake, then hiking to Badi Lake for some great views.


In recent years, Jaisalmer has steadily grown in popularity as a tourist destination. This Golden City exudes an unmistakable allure. This city has it all: imperial architecture, centuries of history, luxury hotels, enormous expanses of sand, breathtaking sunsets, and endless adventure opportunities. Here are a few reasons why Jaisalmer could be an ideal honeymoon location.

Agra: The Taj Mahal is unquestionably the world’s most famous emblem of love. This symbol of love is considered as the world’s most romantic monument. Cupids will fly if you listen to the history of this magnificent marvel of the world. You may take photos in front of the Taj Mahal, or get down on one knee and propose to your other half while in the Garden of Eden. Witness an awe-inspiring vista from Mehtab Bagh, where the Taj changes hues with each passing instant of the setting sun; it’s unfathomably gorgeous!

Kerala is another romantic hotspot in the south, termed “God’s own country.” It’s known for its lush green splendour and famed backwaters, and there’s nothing quite like drifting in a houseboat and taking in Alleppy’s tranquil serenity. You might also trek to the cliffs and take in Munnar’s breathtaking vistas.

Goa is known for its beaches and nightlife. However, near its shores, it has some of the best sunset vistas. While you wait for the party at the shacks to start, take a romantic stroll along the peaceful beaches and take in the breathtaking views. Visit Fontainhas, a lovely town known for its colourful colonial neighbourhoods and Portuguese influence.

Vattakanal: On the list of romantic spots, Vattakanal is one of the most underappreciated. It frequently appears to be appropriate for single travellers and hippies. However, there is nothing more romantic than spending time with your loved one in the natural world. Drive to Pine trees, nature’s secret beauty, just 30 minutes from Vattakanal to cycle around or enjoy boating on Kodai Lake.

Pondicherry: This modest and picturesque town has its own magnetism, despite not being a conventional romantic destination. As a couple, you could stroll through the colourful streets of the French colony, admiring the colonial influence in the buildings, dine in dim lights and French-styled restaurants, watch a beautiful sunset at Rock Beach, climb to the top of the world at the LightHouse, or catch a glimpse of Auroville’s radiating Matrimandir.

Nashik: If you’re a wine-loving

couple wishing to get away from the city, there’s no better place to go than Nashik. It’s only four hours’ drive from Mumbai. Nashik is well-known for its wineries. Relax at one of the Wineries & Resorts, go on a wine tour and sample several types of wines – Shiraz, Sparkling Rose, and more – while toasting to a beautiful view of Gangapur Dam and the hills beyond. What do you think of that for a romantic date?

Mahableshwar is Maharashtra’s most popular hill station and a favourite honeymoon location. Enjoy fresh strawberries and mulberries, take a sunrise climb to Pratapgadh for a panoramic view of Mahableshwar, or watch the sunset from one of Panchgani’s cliffs, this place never ceases to amaze.

Coorg: India’s Scotland, the emerald green With its wild and magical appeal, Coorg is definitely romantic. Get lost in Coorg’s wilds, tour coffee estates, and drink on delectable brews made from freshly ground beans. Prepare to explore off-the-beaten-path treks in search of stunning waterfalls. Above all, take in the splendour of Coorg’s natural beauty.

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