Newly married couples are always on the lookout for some places to visit for a honeymoon in India, and they have to consider many aspects like budget, time and distance before deciding on the right place for the Honeymoon tour. Though Kerala is not centrally located and a little distant from most parts of India, it has many stunning places for honeymoon. Natural environment fulls of water streams, rivers, waterfalls and misty hill coupled with romantic backwaters creates a perfect setting for your married life to blossom. Kerala is the picture-perfect place to enjoy an isolated and private honeymoon with your loved one. Well developed tourist infrastructure and the presence of luxury resorts have made as to the best honeymoon destination in India. Club holiday has many Kerala Honeymoon Packages that included include exotic accommodations options on a laid back houseboat and wooden Treehouse near and facing waterfalls in Athirapally, Tea farms in Munnar and also Houseboat Cruise in Allappey and more.
Club holiday has made of a small list of good honeymoon destinations in Kerala that can be visited while enjoying a special romantic date, filled with surprises, love and many events.
1. Munnar – Luxuriant Tea Gardens
Rambling with hand in hand at Munnar’s rich tea plantations must be a dream of every honeymoon couple. The cool environment, scented and clean air and also good-looking views of lavish tea estates make it the state's most favored destination for honeymooners. Each pair would love to watch this hill station's enchanting hills. Munnar has many tourist attractions such as Top Station, Echo point Eravikulam National Park and the Mattupetty Dam. Do not forget to do boating in the Kundala Dam for sure. A relaxing trek to the Meesappulimala can be wonderful but audacious. The peaceful atmosphere, wonderful scenery, and oxygen-rich air make it one of the most romantic Honeymoons.
Activities to do in Munnar:
A leisurely walk through tea gardens
Engage in trekking
Plan excursions to the waterfalls
Enjoy Stay in a treehouse in Deep jungles
Where to stay in Munnar:
Vanya Tree House/ Ela-Eco land
Lake view Resort/ Munnar Queen
Train Halt Station: Aluva station
Nearest international Airport: Cochin International Airport
Tourist spots to Visit: Mattupetty dam, Mattupetty Indo, Eravikulam National Park and, Pothamedu
2. Athirapally: Niagara fall s of India
Athirapally, in Thrissur district of Kerala, is one of Kerala's intact tourist spots, famous for its waterfalls, rivers and sightseeing and tourism. Athirapally has many luxury and budget treehouse resorts providing unmatched sights and echo of the captivating falls that sit in remoteness in the forests. You can appreciate the superb cascading waterfalls which dissolve as the sun goes down, being in the resort's grass. Alternatively, you can get the immaculate sight of the waterfalls when swimming in the opposite direction in the swimming pool. Athirapally can be regarded as is one of the hidden treasures which is making the couple a dream honeymoon destination.
Best Time to visit Athirapally: All-weather destination.
Known For: Charpa Falls |Athirapally Falls | Vadakummnathan Temple
Nothing can be more romantic experience than cruising on Houseboat and passing through the villages of Kerala as a boat passes them. You can plan a village visit and nothing can be the most romantic experience, as you admire the rich rice, endless paddy fields, remote islands and tranquil backwaters in a lovely houseboat. Couples can stay in a luxurious beach cottage at Marari beach, an idyllic coastal village of Kerala, and enjoy the excellent food and the personal privacy you would surely want on your honeymoon.
The right time to Visit: The best time to visit is from September to March.
Tourist spots to visit: Revi Karunakaran Museum, Marari Beach St. Andrew’s Basilica Arthunkal, and Alleppey Beach, Kuttanad Backwaters, Alleppey Beach
What to do in Alleppey:
Enjoy Delight in houseboat cruising, spend time at the beach, enjoy snake boat race and Go for Ayurvedic Treatments
Kovalam located just 18 Km from the Capital city of Kerala is an ideal town along the Arabian Sea coastline, Kovalam is best recognized for its 2/3 untouched beaches with shallow waters as well as low tidal waves where you can go surfing, forests, and motorboats. Kovalam beach town has three well-known beaches– Lighthouse beach, Samudra beach, and Hawah beach, which together make up its grand rocky crescent. Kovalam implies a' grove of coconut trees' and those palms fill the small town.
Famous for: Ayurvedic Massages, Shopping and Nightlife
Best Time to Visit: October to March
Nearest International airport: Trivandrum International Airport, approximately 8 km
What to do in Kovalam:
Swimming, watersports, and Nightlife
Ayurvedic treatment and Massages
Enjoy Cultural programs
A stroll on the sandy shores
5. Marari Beach
The sparkling turquoise-blue waters of Marari are a destination with a bright sun in its own right, as well as delicious food that attracts honeymooners and experienced travelers alike. You might want this dip before you start the morning with a morning beach walk in a pool inside the private cottage. For any friend, swimming in a vast pool where anonymity is is exposed is an instant at pick-me-up. Create some wonderful memories and possibly play a few games too. After a day's sightseeing, nothing relaxes tired legs as well as strolling as spending some time in the pool before an excellent night's rest.
6. Green Meadows- Vagamon-
Honeymoon means misty hills, velvety lawns and cool mountain air with tons of oxygen in it, that is exactly what Vagamon offers to any couple on a honeymoon tour to Kerala. While the attractive Vagamon scenery draws visitors from all over the world, it is environmentally friendly fields that extend far and outside that keep them returning for even more. See the sunset over ecologically friendly pastures in a sight to see Vagamon has a shade of culture as well as the Thangal hill, Murugan hill and also the Kurisumala central to countless religious faiths in Kerala.
7. Poovar Island and backwater
Situated on the confluence of three rivers Poovar Island, nestled on the southern tip of Trivandrum, is one of the world's unique places. The estuary here is the one where the land is reached by the bay, the shore, the sea and also the beach. A unique natural wonder creates a spectacular enchanting escape at Kerala. No wonder, visiting Kerala for a honeymoon is among the best destinations.
The island of Poovar is popular for its beaches and backwaters. Apart from the breathtaking natural beauty, the one-of-a-kind and luxury lodgings make a honeymoon even more special. Resorts right here sell enhanced land cottages as well as water-floating.
The right time to Visit Poovar Island: October to March.
Activities to do in Poovar:
Walk sideways the beaches
Tour across the backwaters
Pamper in an invigorating Ayurveda therapy
Places to visit in Poovar Island:
The Fishing Village
Poovar Beaches and backwater