Honeymoon is the period when you discover your partner. It is the quality time you need before starting the real journey of your marriage. Honeymoon is a phase where love and romance are new and you and your better half are discovering new things about each other. Therefore, it is very essential to visit someplace which is serene, calm, and heavenly to make your honeymoon a memorable one. And we have got one such place for you.

Why Nepal For Honeymoon?

The neighboring country to India which is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, the country of mountains Nepal. You can reach Nepal via flight or train or you can go for a road trip to reach this beautiful country. Apart from being a neighboring country, here are some other reasons to visit Nepal for your honeymoon.


No Visa Requirement

Indians do not require a visa to visit Nepal. Due to the friendly Indo-Nepalese treaty of 1950, Indians can visit Nepal without a Visa for work, stay, or leisure. However, you will require one document from the below-mentioned list.

  1. Passport
  2. Driving Licence with a photo
  3. Identity proof issued by the government
  4. Election Card with a photo
  5. Ration card with a photo
  6. Identity card issued by Indian Embassy of Kathmandu
  7. ID card issued by a sub-divisional magistrate or any other officials above this rank



Nepal is a country of rich culture. The country has a blend of religions which mainly includes Hinduism and Sikhism. But Nepal is also a secular country, so the people also follow religions like Jainism, Sikhism, Islam, Christianity, etc. Because of being a country which accepts all the religion, Nepal celebrates festivals with pomp and show throughout the year. It is one of the most colorful countries in Asia. 


Trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp

One of the most beautiful and must-visit things in Nepal is the mighty Mount Everest which stands 8848 meters. Though it is very difficult to reach the top of the mountain, you can surely trek to the base camp. Even the trek to the base camp of Everest is considered an achievement. The white snow and the fresh clean air gives you the feeling of heaven. The things you will explore while trekking is sherpa villages with rich culture, eye-catching flora and fauna, and the beauty of Mother Nature.


Sites of World Heritage

Nepal is a culturally rich country. But apart from that, it is filled with heritage sites certified by UNESCO which are worth exploring. The temple of Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath is one of the four most religious places for the worshipers of Shiva. The temple is situated on the banks of river Bagmati. The Sagarmatha National Park is located in the Everest region. The park is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and glaciers which is a sight to behold. The national park is home for animals like wolves, ghorals, leopards, deers, etc. The other must-visit heritage sites include Chitwan National Park, Swayambhunath, Boudha, and Kumari Ghar.


Birthplace of Lord Buddha

Lord Buddha is considered as the ‘avatar’ of Lord Vishnu and therefore Buddhism is also associated with Hindu mythology. Lord Buddha believed in the concept of peace and nirvana while teaching the religion of Buddhism. Therefore, if you visit Nepal, visiting the birthplace of Buddha ‘Lumbini’ is a must. The place holds spiritual importance and the peaceful environment will calm your heart and soul. The things you can do in Lumbini include meditation, exploring the pagodas and the architecture built by Emperor Ashoka, shopping, going for a village tour, and interacting with the wonderful people of Nepal.


Nepalese Delicacies

If food excites you and your partner then you will be satisfied after you return visiting Nepal. Nepalese delicacies are famous all over the world but savoring those delicacies in Nepal is another level experience. The most staple dish of Nepal is as simple as Dal Bhat but it is worth trying out. Also, you must try the Everest beer and local alcohol Raksi. The world-famous momos are the main attraction of the food delicacies of Nepal. Other dishes that are worth trying are Chatamari, Juju Dhau, and Thukpa.


So if you are a mountain lover and you and your better half want some adventure as well as peace of mind then Nepal is a perfect destination to visit for your honeymoon. It is affordable as well as filled with amazing experiences. Therefore, pack your warm clothes and explore the country which is blessed with heritage along with the beauty of white snow and lush greenery.