Wedding season special: Refreshing beach honeymoon destinations!
A walk across the beach with your loved one during a beautiful sunrise or sunset could probably be one of the most romantic idea for a date.
So, have you been craving for a beach-treat of late? The enchanting sunsets, translucent water and lush coastal gardens are something to cherish with your loved one. The memories of a beach trip or honeymoon remain with most of us for the rest of our lives.
So, for all those planning a special itinerary with their better halves, nothing beats the idea of a bewitching beach-side honeymoon stay!
Keeping in mind, we have compiled a list of cool beach destinations in India.
Check out some of the cool destinations for a beach side honeymoon.
Goa happens to be one of the most favourite destinations not only for couples but also for family and friends. The beaches in Goa boast of coconut palms, delicious cuisines, and heritage buildings. A must-go place for all couples!
Located in Kerala, Kovalam beach is also known as 'paradise of South India'. It is home to many tourist attractions like exotic coconut palms to myriad shops selling Tibetan and Kashmiri artifacts. There are also plenty of restaurants and hotels too, for those who want a comfortable stay.
If you are looking for a more homely feel, Tarkarli beach is apt for you. You could spend some peaceful time with your beloved one here. Located in Maharashtra, the beach is also famous for water sports, so if you have an adventurous streak you can plan a trip here.
Daman and Diu:
This is a beach delight for those who are looking for truly divine experience. Daman and Diu has many exotic beaches that are famous for their sea food, soft sands and coconut grooves. Diu is tucked away in the Gulf of Combay near Veravd port.
This place is called as the 'Venice of the East' – and true to its nickname, the beach boasts of beautiful assortments like an old lighthouse, boat cruises, backwater holidays and a lot more. This beautiful place is located in the Alappuzha district of Kerala.