Discover 5 Romantic Destinations in India

India is a country with a very rich cultural diversity and a great history. It is full of beautiful and romantic places. If you want to have a good time together and get out of your daily routine, discovering how the ancient majesties lived in harmony with nature and enjoy its beauty, then read this article carefully. We have selected the 5 most romantic places in India for you.

  1. Udaipur

Udaipur is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, with beautiful places such as forts, palaces, museums, temples and wild shrines. This city is also bordered by lakes surrounded by the great mountains of Aravali. This atmosphere has made Udaipur a source of inspiration for many writers and poems. Udaipur is also known for the weddings of many famous actors and businessmen. Three magnificent lakes, Lake Fateh Sagar, Lake Pichola and Lake Swaroop Sagar, add magnificence to this city and are the most visited places in the city. You can find great hotels like the Taj Lake Palace Hotel. The city seems to stop during the sunset. So this is a place where you can change your mind and realize the beauty of life.

  1. Havelock

Havelock is part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. You will find magnificent corals, white sandy beaches and a forest. To reach this island, you can take luxurious private boats or government ferries from Port Blair. It is also possible to use helicopters from the Civil Aviation Department of Adanam and Nicobar. Known beaches in Havelock are Radhanagar Beach, Vijaynagar Beach, Elephant beach and Kalapather Beach. You can explore underwater life and coral reefs by snorkelling or diving. On some beaches, you can also kayak. All the beaches are very quiet and offer magnificent turquoise blue water. So, if you’re going to Havelock, have your cameras charged to capture the beauty of these landscapes.

  1. Kashmir

Kashmir is called heaven on earth and is found in the north of India. People who have visited this area say they love this place so much that they can’t stop visiting it. The magnificent lakes, the landscapes with the luxuriant vegetation, the Mughal gardens are the favorite places of the tourists. One of the most famous Hindu shrines, the Amarnath Temple is also located in Kashmir. You can also enjoy mountains such as Aru, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonmarg and Aharbal. Places like Shalimar Bagh, Achabal, Chashme Shashi and Nishant Bagh belong to the Mughal gardens. Kashmir is also known for these beautiful lakes like Dal Lake, Gadsar Lake, Manasbal Lake, Nundkol Lake, Krishansar Lake and Satsar Lake. You can also go mountaineering in the Himalayas.

  1. Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is found in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan. Because of the sand and yellow stones used for the construction of buildings, it is called the “golden city”. The heart of Jaisalmer is its strong, which contains 3 thicknesses. It is a place to see especially since it contains the culture and history of Jaisalmer. Quad tours are also very common here. The Royal Palaces are also to be visited; they will transport you to the past and allow you to imagine yourself in the place of these kings by walking along these magnificent statues. At night it is also possible to see Arab dances. If you are a couple, you can also spend the night in a luxurious camp. Gadsisar Lake, Jain Temple and Salim Singh ki Haveli are just as famous as Jaisalmer Fort. There is a desert that is National Park approved and where you can find Indian gazelles, Bengal foxes and the black-headed bustard.

  1. Kerala

Kerala is an Indian state with a long coastline on the Arabian Sea. Kerala is known for its backwaters, elephants, traditions and beautiful palm-fringed beaches. Munnar’s tea plantations look like a huge green carpet. You can also do many activities such as paragliding, water sports and nature treks. Some people say of Kerala that it is a divine territory. While visiting Kerala, you must take a tour of House Boat. The House Boats of Alleppey are very famous for the calm water and the lush vegetation around them. If you want to enjoy boating or fishing, then Kumarakom is the best place in Kerala. The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is also well known for its green peaks. Cochin is a central place in Kerala and is famous for its fort. Other places to visit include: Marari Beaches, Bekal Fort, Banasura Sagar Dam, Kovalam Beach, Muzhappilangad Beach, Chembra Point and Eravikulam National Park.