Top five honeymoon destinations in northern India

Check out some exotic hill stations in Northern India to add more charm and romance to your love life.

Top five honeymoon destinations in northern India
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Hill stations are honeymooners' all time favourite destination. Rightly depicted in Hindi films - from 'Kabhie Kabhie' to 'Ye Jawani hai Deewani' - beauty of the hills has always been synonymous with 'love in the air'. 

Read on to explore the exotic hill station destinations in Northern India to add more charm and romance to your love life:


How can anyone miss on the opportunity of starting their newly wedded life from the heaven of the earth itself 'Kashmir'. Patnitop situated in the Udhampur district in Jammu and Kashmir is a feast to the eyes where you can enjoy the bounty of nature. Srinagar, the summer capital of the state, delights visitors with its numerous sight-seeing venues from Pari Mahal, to relaxing in the Mughal gardens, sailing in the Dal lake and lastly worshipping in the Jama Masjid; Kashmir has it all. And don't forget to wrap up your tour before exploring the favourite Bollywood's romanticised plots like Gulmarg and Pahalgam, where movies like 'Silsila' and 'Jab tak hai Jaan' were shot. It's all about love, right!


Manali has always topped the list of the adventure lovers and is located in the Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh. So if you and your spouse are adventure freaks, then enjoy the exciting ride starting with Solang Valley, to the soothing sight of the Jogini Waterfalls and sail your way through the Bhrigu Lake to worship Hidimba Devi.


This pear shaped lake valley situated in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand features the serene beauty of Tiffin top, Snow view point, Khurpa Taal, Naini Lake and the famous Mall road market lined with chain of restaurants, shops and hotels.


Mussorie is often called the 'Queen of the Hills' and is located in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand. One can easily drive to Gun Hill, rejoice the nature walk along Camel's Back Road, spend time at Kempty Falls and finally bask in the scenery of the Himalayas.


This beautiful and charming town is the state capital of the Himachal Pradesh.It is a tourist attraction known for its colonial styled building and historic railway. Travel through the Kalka Railway, adore the beauty of Viceregal Lodge and savour in the glory of Shimla Christ Church.




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