While many couples who honeymoon in India prefer the popular hill stations, a new trend is arising. Newlyweds are choosing to explore lesser-known, historically rich destinations for their honeymoons.
I often write about big romantic adventures that you need a passport and a lot of time to get to. But you don’t need to travel for hours on airplanes and trains to experience something new.
Thanks to Lonely Planet’s new travel guide exclusively for honeymoons, couples now have an essential resource to help them get started in the planning process for this long-dreamed of life event.
Whether you’re planning a proposal or you’re looking to rekindle the spark in a long-term relationship, there’s nothing quite like a beach to bring out the romantic in us.
When I think of the Turks & Caicos, the thing that comes to mind is the breathtaking color of the water – a deep, clear turquoise. Once you’ve seen it, you’ll know what I mean. In fact, the water is one of the main reasons many tourists choose to visit the Turks & Caicos.
All-inclusive resorts have become extremely popular throughout Mexico and the Caribbean for both honeymoons and destination weddings.
Since Maui is a dream destination for so many honeymooners, I thought I’d share a few of this island’s most enchanting experiences.
Wondering what you can do there? You can…
Curaçao is named after a Portuguese word meaning “for the heart,” and it’s in interesting place. Known as part of the ABC island chain (Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao), for years this former Dutch colony took a back seat to its rival islets.
Imagine an ancient walled city, perched high above the azure shores of the Caribbean… This is what you’ll find in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Or rather, the ruins of such city.
Have you considered India as a winter honeymoon destination? While India is nice to visit all year long, it’s especially magical during the winter. And now is a great time to begin planning your trip. Below are some tips from blogger, writer and adventure-enthusiast Rohit Agarwal.