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Why Kerala is a Perfect Honeymoon Destination?

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Kerala is also known as God’s own country and truly the magnificence of Kerala justifies the title. It is a beautiful state which basks in the glory of nature, sprawling luscious greenery, pristine backwaters, scenic landscapes, misty hills, spice garden, tea, and coffee plantations to name a few.

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Kerala is one of the preferred tourist spots for the honeymoon couples owing to its natural beauty, pleasant and calm weather, and unique local cuisines – An ideal spot to wander with your life partner in the lap of nature.

You can plan a trip around the year but the best time to visit Kerala is after the monsoons to watch greenery in full swing.

Top 7 Destinations of Kerala to include in Honeymoon Trip Package

1. Munnar

Munnar is a large expanse of seamless tea plantations and the entire region is covered with luscious greenery. The beautiful hills of Munnar are the special attraction for the tourists. Eravikulam National Park of Munnar is the hot spot to watch the exotic species of flora and fauna. The pristine waterfalls Pallivasal and Chinnakanal are not to be missed. It is a favorable place for long nature walks, rock climbing, rappelling, getting wet under the waterfalls on way to Munnar and viewing sunrise together. The young couples are energetic and adventurous and Munnar is one of the best places for them to indulge in fun and frolic.

2. Wayanad

Chembra Peak is the highest peak in Wayanad and the heart-shaped honeymoon lake is the center of attraction. The lake is halfway on the way to the peak and people reach the peak via trekking or walking up to the top. The lake is covered with mist and it is a top rated place in Kerala for the honeymoon couples.

3. Kumarakom

Houseboat cruise in the vast backwaters of Kumarakom is the major attraction of this place. Book a houseboat to relax with your life partner and get a close view of nature, rice paddies, and unending coconut groves. Fresh fish are offered in the local cuisine of Kumarakom and foodies can savour their taste buds with its tasty cuisines.

4. Marari Beach

Marari Beach is a serene spot and turquoise blue waters, bright sun, golden sands, eternal coconut palm trees and delicious cuisines are the major attractions of this place. Traditional cottages are available here with private swimming pools for the couples seeking privacy and fun.

5. Thekkady

Thekkady is a tourist paradise and tree houses are a major attraction of this place. The tree houses are stationed between the forest areas. It invokes kid feeling staying in these tree house spots and is a romantic escapade for couples. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Abraham’s Spice Garden, Murikkady, and Kadathanadan Kalari Centre are some of the hot spots to visit during your staycation at Thekkady to watch the wildlife, to sense the aroma of spices, springing Ayurveda herbs, organic farming and to watch martial arts for self-defense.

6. Vagamon

Vagamon is a charming hill station and has attracted the attention of tourists. It is studded with green meadows, wildlife, tea plantations, valleys, gardens, and dales. The chain of hills Thangal Hill, Murugan Hill and Kurisumala is an extraordinary feat for Vagamon and fresh air and lively atmosphere is the gift for the visitors.

7. Bekal

An ideal place for couples, far away from the hustle bustle of city life, Bekal is nestled with amenities and comforts of nature. Clean sand and water, panoramic view of the Bekal Fort and the calming backwaters of Valiyaparamba are the major attractions of this spot.

If you are searching for a honeymoon spot, certainly plan a trip to the beautiful places in Kerala. Soak yourself in the goodness of nature and rejuvenate yourself with aromatic Ayurveda wellness treatments. Kerala is the exotic amalgamation of hill stations, valleys, beaches, backwaters, wildlife and waterfalls along with elephant ride in forests and long walks in spice gardens and tea and coffee plantations.

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How to Ensure Your Honeymoon Continues Throughout Your Life

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Can you make honeymoon period last forever?

Ah, well, if by honeymoon you strictly mean staying at faraway exotic destinations, crunching on strawberries and spending all day and night in conjugal bliss, then the answer to that question is simply – you can’t! But if by honeymoon you are talking about the freshness, the fervor, the Love and the passion between the couple, then it’s quite possible to maintain that intimacy and conjugal Bliss throughout your life. Of course, it will require mutual commitments and constant effort, but it is indeed achievable!


Marriages are not founded on romantic love! Yes, you read that correctly. It’s not romantic love or sexual passion that keeps matrimonial  bliss ongoing for years, but simply the friendship couples share.

So, what do you usually do for and with a Best Friend?

1) You spend time with them.
2) You spend time with them chatting up, talking and listening, both!
3) You talk out any misunderstanding and not do the typical “matrimonial silent treatment”!
4) You create a space of confidentiality and trust with your best friend.

Couples having such secret language and codes of understanding and fun peculiarities tend to feel their bond remain fresh even after decades.

Real-ness and Fun

Most importantly, you have fun with your friend, AND without masks of pretenses. You must be the real you. The wacky you, the naughty you, the uninhibited you. Contrary to the orthodox hierarchical “the god in the husband and the somber subservient wife,” which inevitably kills the honeymoon phase pretty soon, keeping the dynamic Real and Free-flowing does great good to the conjugal pleasures.

Romancing a lover, not a spouse

Most people vouch that moment you tie the knot, the thrill of being the boyfriend or girlfriend, the passionate, romantic rebels suddenly start feeling like domesticated animals yoked together. This doesn’t happen if you continue to romance that passionate rebel in your lover and not some dutiful date night with a spouse. You treat them as your, again, Best Friend, and your lover even before as your legally wedded social whatever!

So, let’s do this again!

1) You spend time with your best friend and passionate lover.
2) You spend time with your passionate lover and best friend, both at home, but more so outdoors, going to interesting places and doing exciting things together.
3) You go on movie dates with your friend and lover.
4) You go on special outings meant just for you and your lover friend.
5) You arrange for surprise dates, passion getaways, pleasure trips just as before the wedding. And mind you, it’s NOT only the “boisterous and shameless” man’s responsibility. The Indian bride, even the Indian wife, needs to be unabashedly planning such initiatives.

Read Together, Create together

And if you’re going to object to that idea, unwittingly misquoting some “holy” scriptures about “nice, decent and holy Indian wives,” maybe doing some pleasure reading together as a couple, of books on matrimony and matrimonial obligations, belonging to ancient Indian traditions can clear your ideas.

1) What’s more interesting is this fun couple activity can also turn your reading together into passionate reading sessions. Imagine dutifully reading Vatsyayana (an ancient Indian philosopher) together as a couple! Your post-wedding honeymoon will not only get prolonged but most likely improve in passion and art and science of matrimonial bliss!
2) You can also regularly involve yourselves in joint sessions of creative activities – as simple as gardening, for instance. How does that help spruce up your prolonged honeymoon, you ask? OK, just close your eyes, try to see yourself in soil and mud, smelling of the earth, splashing water on glistening green leave, together! You get the point, we know! Couples who enjoy creative activities and hobbies together tend to find long-lasting interest and passion in each other, and this too keeps your honeymoon phase going stronger year after year.

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3 Exotic Offbeat Honeymoon Destinations Within India

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When it comes to discovering and exploring new lands, or choosing exotic destinations for the honeymoon, most newlyweds jump to searching for foreign destinations and often overlook what’s right in our backyard, closer to home, comparatively way inexpensive and yet equally or more exotic.

Here are three exotics, offbeat and yet, as compared to foreign locations, way more pocket-friendly destinations for your honeymoon plans and to kick-start your matrimonial adventures with finesse.

Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh

Typically, all newlyweds desire to disconnect from the world and disappear into the solitude and solace of exclusive togetherness. For this, what is a better destination than an exotic British India built a town in the distant foothills of the Himalayas?

Kasauli is a small town in Himachal Pradesh and sits tall and proud at a decent height of 1927 meters.  What makes Kasauli exotic and quaint is the fact that it was built by the British, during their reign of pomp and glory and Kasauli till date retains that flavor of British India.

Though adventure tourists come here for trekking or adventure tourism, Kasauli is never a crowded, noisy destination buzzing with endless options of activities. Most urban tourists find Kasauli not too busy and engaging and let it pass. For precisely this reason, it has become a honeymoon paradise, an exotic locale ideal for matrimonial solitude and unhindered space for newlyweds.

Chail, Himachal Pradesh

Chail is the same quaint and quiet hill station that Bhupinder Singh, the famous Maharaja of Patiala from the late 19th century British India used to love to reside in as his summer palace retreat. It is famous for housing the world’s highest cricket ground, situated at an astounding height of 7500 ft.

Chail is a discreet offbeat destination ideal for newlyweds seeking matrimonial bliss and passion. Besides the lush green scenic beauty of the Himalayan foothill, this place has the beautiful Sadhalpur Lake. On the lake, you’ll find a much popular Lake Restaurant, serving local oven fresh snacks and tea.

The other attraction that really makes Chail exotic for honeymooners is the Chail Palace Hotel. It is an exotic and richly adorned heritage hotel, filled with plush vintage furniture and palatial interiors, richly reminiscent of the royal era and the British period. A quiet and serene stay at this classic beauty of a hotel will leave any newlywed Indian bride and groom feel transported to a distant and dreamy paradise of romance.

Aldona, Portuguese Goa

Now, before you frown hearing an overrated name such as Goa, please know that the Portuguese experience of Goa is completely different and superior to the typical beach and bar hopping Goan getaways. If you really want to have a colonial and exotic experience of a bygone plush and palatial era, you might consider booking your honeymoon stay in an ancestral Goan-Portuguese house, with an original Portuguese Goan family.

There is one specific Goan-Portuguese home in Aldona, belonging to the Amarals.  The house goes back to the pre-British era, being at least 500 years old. The Amaral family have opened up the home for exotic homestay options for offbeat travelers, and newlyweds are sure to relish this unique experience.

Staying in one of their archaic, vintage vast rooms, overlooking the scenic beauty of Aldona, while devouring the delicacies prepared by the home cook, your matrimonial bliss, and conjugal initiation are sure to feel satiated like a Portuguese royal couple from the bygone era.

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The True Significance of Honeymoon

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The word ‘Honeymoon’ has its etymology in the Old English phrase “hony moone.”. In Old English, Hony meant honey, and it was used to indicate the “special phase of loving sweetness and tenderness and conjugal pleasure lived out by newly weds. The other word Moone, in contrast, indicated the matter of fact fleeting nature and a waning phase of that same sweetness. As you can tell, this word didn’t have a positive connotation, as we have about it today. It was almost a phrase of cynical warning about the sweet marital love soon waning like the Moon.

However, instead of focusing on this aspect of the word, let’s perhaps look at another ancient and a more optimistic context of this word’s origin.

Around the 5th century, most ancient societies used the lunar cycle as their calendar time. Back then, it was a mandatory custom for newly weds to drink customary Mead (a honey based alcoholic drink that was said to have aphrodisiac elements) during the first moon right after their marriage, in order to help enhance libido in the couple.

A few more centuries down the timeline, the concept of honeymoon was again much different from the present day custom where couples go away just by themselves. In the 1900s, in Great  Britain, newly weds would go on a post matrimony tour, visiting relatives and  friends who had not been able to attend the wedding. It was in fact a special time to forge new bonds – between the newly married themselves, and also with their friends and families.

Although culturally often honeymoon is seen as a solitary sexually passionate getaway for newly weds,  the real essence of the period called “honeymoon” is not so much about conjugal passion, rather about striking a fresh friendship, understanding and mutual compassion!  As two entirely different people join each other’s lives, every couple most definitely need time to understand each other more, adjust with their new roles (as husband and wife from boyfriend and girlfriend / lovers ) , with the other person’s minute details and habits that, regardless of how long one has been dating, can only be understood and learnt while staying with them under the same roof. This needs ample time, single minded dedication, effort and space. Therefore, to simply allow fostering of this newly readjusted friendship and bond between the pairs, which becomes impossible when back on the daily household and workplace grind, the custom of honeymoon still serves as a vital and pivotal nuance.

Even in ancient India, right after the wedding NEVER came the proverbial passionate first night! According to Vedic tradition, the ceremony of Garbhadaan, offering one’s womb to the husband’s lineage (the first conjugal sexual act) was conducted only half a lunar cycle after the big day. This interim period was meant for the newly weds to strike a deeper friendship, understanding and genuine love for one another. Our ancient cultures understood that more than physical pleasure and attraction, what served as a solid foundation to matrimony was mutual understanding, friendliness and trust. And every couple was hence given ample time just after the matrimonial ceremonies to forge that bond first. Even today, this perhaps should be the Real essence of this exclusive time called Honeymoon that every newly wed is blessed to have – a time not just for passion running wild in wild exotic settings, but also a time of forging stronger bond and trust and intimacy.

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Top 5 Winter Honeymoon Destinations in India

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Post all the hustle and bustle of Indian wedding it is finally the time to relax. Yes, the honeymoon period, which every couple looks forward to as an enticing start to a beautiful journey. Deciding on the honeymoon destination has to be a well thought of process, finalization happening post a mutual discussion, which respectfully takes into account the preferences of both partners. Here we are listing top few winter honeymoon destinations for mountain lovers, beach lovers and those who have an inclination for art & architecture.


Paradise on earth, as its commonly known, Kashmir is a perfect winter honeymoon destination to unwind and rekindle the flame of love for the newly-weds after long and tiring wedding ceremonies. Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam offer the perfect serene setting for honeymooners and is also less crowded than other nearby dest9inations like Shimla and Manali. An ideal honeymoon in Kashmir/ Gulmarg has to be a combo of skiing, trekking and exploring the beautiful nature sights in town.


Kerala offers a splendid mix of green tea plantations, foggy mountains, sandy beaches, backwaters and serene resorts, making it a most desirable place to visit during winter for honeymooners. Its unparalleled beauty & attraction is something you can’t afford to miss. If you are looking for a pleasant stay in midst of lush green mountains, visit Munnar. If you want to enjoy your time together on a houseboat, enjoy Kerala’s famous backwaters in Alleppey. However, there is an endless list of off-beat winter destinations like Kochi, Munnar, Wayanad and more for those who want to explore more in Kerala.


If you love beaches, Goa is undoubtedly one of the best beach destinations to visit during winters. Though this is also the peak tourist season which might make you feel lost in the crowd. Though that nowhere concludes to avoid goa as a honeymoon destination, rather suggests being a little cautious about choosing the beaches you visit in goa. Few isolated beaches like Miramar Beach, Morjim Beach (also known as Little Russia), etc. can be the best options for honeymooners, offering a harmonious ambiance echoing the local trance.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

These islands are a bit isolated from the Indian peninsula, but they make for a perfect beach honeymoon destination. Port Blair and Havelock Island are the top tourist places in the Andaman. While Port Blair is recognized for its rich history, Havelock is a treasure trove of natural beauty. Andaman and Nicobar Islands offer a perfect and fabulous environment for a romantic honeymoon.


Rajasthan is well-known for its rich heritage, art & culture, historical monuments, heritage hotels, fairs & festivals, shopping, wildlife experience and most importantly the taste of Rajasthan. Though mostly avoided in summer season due to extreme warm weather, this makes for a perfect honeymoon destination during winters for all art lovers. To top it up, a stay in a heritage hotel giving a king like feeling is a unique honeymoon experience to be cherished forever. Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Ranthambore National Park are a few key places to visit in Rajasthan.