Unexplored Honeymoon Destinations in India – Wedamor Honeymoon

Unexplored Honeymoon Destinations

A honeymoon is a very important part of post-wedding life. Arranged or love, both types of marriages need this blissful break. In arranged marriages, it is the best way to get to know each other. For love marriages, it is the best time to unwind and understand the new life ahead. So here are some of the breathtaking unexplored Honeymoon destinations in India, for people who hate following the regular path. 

Unexplored Honeymoon Destinations


If both of you would like to delve into nature tourism, then you must check out Wayanad in Kerala. It is another offbeat and one of the wonderful honeymoon places in India. It boasts of several attractions like Phookat Lake, Kuruvadweep Falls, Eddakal Caves and Gemvara Falls.

Unexplored Honeymoon Destinations


Coorg is also one of the most exotic, romantic and unexplored honeymoon destinations in India, nestled in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. Kodagu or Coorg is famous in the world for its coffee and a perfect holiday spot for family, a moment stolen from life to breathe fresh air.

unexplored honeymoon destinations


The white sandy beaches of Kadmat Island, Amindivi Subgroup of islands of the Lakshadweep, are the cleanest in India and the astounding underwater marine life and coral reefs rank as some of the best in the world. We would recommend Kadmat for its crystal clear ocean, where you can see the sea floor almost 30 feet deep. It is the best place to relax and build memories.

unexplored honeymoon destinations


This city has the treasure of some of the best architectural ruins which are as old as from the 10th century. A couple who like to fall in love with the rich Indian history, this is a beautiful destination to celebrate your love. Mandu or Mandavgarh is located in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. This land boasts the oldest erected monument in India. Also, you can imagine your love story while you visit Roopmati’s pavilion. The pavilion is the testimony of Baz Bahadur’s love for Roopamati. Many temples, mosques, palaces and Darwaza (gates) are other architectural ruins to visit here.

unexplored honeymoon destinations


Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is nestled amidst verdant meadows and one can enjoy alluring views of snow-capped hills. The excellent part is that it experiences cold climate throughout the year, making it one of the best places for honeymoon. So embark on a beautiful journey with your spouse to Dalhousie.

unexplored honeymoon destinations

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The city of Puri is the major tourist attraction of the Easter region Of India and is known for its best swimming beaches, temples and food. Puri along with Konark temple serve as best honeymoon destination at the eastern side of the country.

Unexplored Honeymoon Destinations


The largest river island in India, Majuli, flaunts unparalleled scenic beauty. The island is a relaxed, shimmering mat of glowing rice fields and water meadows bursting with flowers, offering you a chance to immerse yourself in the beauty of river beaches, temples, and cultural programs.unexplored honeymoon destinations

So these folks are some of the most beautiful and unexplored honeymoon destinations in India which you must visit once in your life with your life partner. Do share your favorite honeymoon destinations which you think should not be missed by the love couples.




3 thoughts on “Unexplored Honeymoon Destinations in India

  • PrekshaApril 26, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    Good to see some new honeymoon destinations on board depicting that Indian beauty lies every where in this country.

  • Shyna SinghApril 28, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    It was indeed a feast for the eyes to come across such enticing destinations for honeymoon that could, apparently, fit the bill. Being placed within the heart of India, these spots are a cherry on top for every nature lover that is ever born. Coming down to the retrospect, this article is quite a descriptive one. From citing various attractions to paying tribute to the historic contexts, it is a guiding footnote for the voyager. What is lacks is a brief budgetary estimate of these destinations that could certainly act as an incentive for all those indians who like to go easy on their pockets!

  • Hemanth Kumar KondetiJune 29, 2016 at 9:55 am

    Ooty, Kodaikanal are the only places that strike my mind whenever the topic is the honeymoon. Thanks to Abhinav. This post enlightened me with various other options to look at.
    Another important highlight of the post is the short and crisp description of honeymoon spots to easily limit the options……

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