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Beautiful honeymoon tour packages in India

India is one of the most mystical and strange places on the planet. This is a land of contrasts, spicy dishes and sweet aromas, magical sunsets and unique architecture, fantastic dances, and wonderful nature. Discover a little more side of this crown jewel of the world. We invite you on an incredible journey through India. Your honeymoon is an extraordinary moment. This is when you have the opportunity to connect with your partner. Experiencing this particular moment in a land that celebrates love and the bond of marriage can be very emotionally rewarding.

There is no place in the world that better captures the essence of eternal love than on a beautiful honeymoon tour in India. India is home to some legendary couples, from the mythological duo Radha and Krishna to the royal Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan. This land has a diversity of rich heritage of romance. Then it makes sense to start your love life in this fantastic place.

Honeymoon tours to India can be exceptional. India is an unforgettable honeymoon experience, one that your heart will not soon forget. Celebrating your honeymoon in India, a land rich in vibrant history, spectacular natural scenery, and intoxicating sensory experiences, will ensure a truly memorable time. They will cherish your getaway for years to come.

Imagine telling your children tales of your visit to ancient temples lost in time. Or about the day he revelled in luxury reserved only for royalty? What about the exciting night safari, where you came face to face with the majestic Bengal tiger, king of the verdant jungles of India? And who can forget the gentle sun kissing the waters that lap at your feet during your stay in a beachside paradise?

Reasons to travel to India on your honeymoon.

A honeymoon trip is a unique experience, and for many, it is the first big trip of their life. For this reason, you must choose an unforgettable destination. We give you 10 reasons to choose India as the destination of your honeymoon:

  • The architectural richness of its temples, forts, palaces, and Havelis. A true wonder that deserves to be admired.
  • The exotic gastronomy, in which the condiments, the tea, the coffee, and the infusions stand out. Let yourself be amazed by the local cuisine.
  • The colour that floods its streets, landscapes, fabrics, and clothes. India is a festival of color that does not leave you indifferent.
  • The local markets are chaotic and, at the same time, charming. There you will find all kinds of food, clothes or handicrafts.
  • The people are very hospitable; sometimes he will not hesitate to invite you to his house for a delicious tea.
  • The spirituality that is breathed in the temples and the Ganges River is a sacred place for the inhabitants of India.
  • With a great variety of flora and fauna, Wildlife amazes nature lovers.
  • The expressiveness of their dances, some of them highly complex and spectacular.
  • The local tribes, found in rural areas, will surprise you with their naturalness and customs.

The life change you will experience. Many travelers return from India with a new perception of life and feel deeply enriched.

What makes India unique for a honeymoon trip?

If what you want to know is a mysterious place full of magic, then India is what you are looking for. It is an opportunity to get to know different flavors and walk its streets knowing its typical food. India guarantees multi-sensations during your stay.

Dream landscapes to discover together

India has fascinating natural environments and many ethnic groups to discover. It is a country with a wide range of landscapes: from the snowy peaks of the Himalayas to the green jungles, the arid deserts, or the channels and beaches of the country's south.

From Directia Travel, we propose several dream routes to visit the most surprising places, either in the north or the country's south. Your honeymoon in India will take you through some of Asia's most beautiful and surprising corners.

Golden Triangle: Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur

Located in the northeast of the country is the beautiful trio of this country. Traveling through these three territories is more than enough to have an incredible honeymoon trip and that you and your husband have excellent memories of this particular moment. In India, there are numerous cities with impressive temples where you can observe the country's present and past. These are some of the cities that you can visit with our Golden Triangle during your honeymoon in India:


The capital of India, Delhi, is located in this state. You cannot miss the Jamma Masjid, the largest mosque in India, or the Raj Ghat, where Gandhi was cremated. The Birla Temple and the Sikh Temple also stand out among many architectural and cultural attractions.

Delhi is a city of contrasts, where Old Delhi –or Old Delhi–with its palaces and ancient temples combines with the more cosmopolitan and bustling New Delhi. We recommend you get to know both parts of the city to understand the place thoroughly.

Agra! The city of eternal love

It is known as the ancient capital of the Mughal Empire. Here you will find the Taj Mahal, one of the most famous mausoleums in the world and one of the world's seven wonders. The magical Taj Mahal in Agra attracts more than 8 million tourists every year. And it's worth the hype. However, the Taj Mahal is not the only tourist attraction in this ancient city. Once the capital of the Mughal empire, Agra has many fascinating tombs and mausoleums, bustling markets, and the Agra Fort. Another construction that will leave you speechless is the Red Fort's white marble palaces.

A visit to the Taj Mahal makes even more sense during a honeymoon in India. Did you know that this iconic monument was built out of love?


It is known as the pink city because of the sandstone used to construct the old part of the city—a place to soak up the culture with its countless palaces and historical museums. Jaipur is an essential visit to get to know the best of the country. So on your honeymoon trip to India, we recommend you spend a couple of days in this beautiful city in the country's north.

Fatehpur Sikri

It was a city built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar that, it is believed, was abandoned due to lack of water. In it, you will find the Turkish Sultana's House area, where the baseboards of the walls, carved in stone, become a delight for the eyes. Its area dedicated to religion stands out for housing the Jami Masjid mosque, where you can visit the tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti.

Darjeeling, West Bengal

The chai home, Darjeeling, is a heavenly honeymoon destination known for its romantic atmosphere. This Kanchenjunga mountain range is just a few hours from here, and if you like to trek through snowy forests teeming with rhododendrons, magnolias, and Dhupi (exotic pines), you will love honeymooning here. There are many tea plantations here that offer tours and tea-making classes. You can also buy internationally renowned variants to take home. Stay at the colonial Glenburn Tea Plantation and take in the natural beauty with your partner from your villa.

Andaman Islands

A phenomenal place filled with sun-kissed beaches, ancient mangroves, and turquoise waters, the Andaman Islands are a phenomenal honeymoon spot. You can consider making this place your wedding destination if you are up for it. Couples who love the water, it is the perfect honeymoon spot for them. Learn to scuba dive or cruise the sea on a glass-bottom yacht and catch a glimpse of the beautiful marine life here. There are also many hidden ancient caves here, which you and your spouse can explore. Stay in your private luxury villa at Taj Exotica Resorts & Spa and witness how nature helps you enhance the sacred bond of love.

Dhanaulti: Relaxing Honeymoon Destinations in India

A relatively quiet town situated between Mussourie and Chamba, Dhanaulti is an emerging and popular destination offering peace, privacy, and seclusion for honeymoon couples. Embraced in a dense canopy of oaks, alpine trees, and rhododendrons, Dhanaulti is blanketed in cool, soft mist against spectacular views of the high summit in the background. A tourist spot for all seasons, Dhanaulti is an excellent place to make you feel very romantic feelings. During the exploration, couples can also buy shawls, scarves, and stoles from Himalayan weavers that are handmade and high-quality.

Varanasi (Varanasi)

The captivating sacred city next to the Ganges River is dotted with a suggestive range of temples, palaces, and mansions accessed through the ghats, landings formed by giant steps.

Golden Triangle with Varanasi is a fantastic city for the western traveler. In this city, you will be able to see first-hand the poverty of the country, as well as witness some shocking traditions and customs, such as funeral pyres in public. You can also see the Aarti ceremony, a Hindu ceremony with fire, music, and dance as protagonists. It is well worth seeing this show, one of the most authentic images you will see during your honeymoon trip to India.

Udaipur: A Romantic Honeymoon Spot in India

Full of palaces, full of life, and full of love, Udaipur is a city that you cannot see but taste. This city's romantic charm offers an exceptional experience for young couples on a romantic honeymoon in India.

Ranthambore – One of the Best Honeymoon Destinations in India

It was the famous hunting ground of the Maharajas of the region until 1970 before it became a park. Apart from tigers, Ranthambore is also rich in other species of wild animals like chital, nilgai, jackals, leopards, and jungle cats and includes around 300 species of birds. The park's center is the ancient Ranthambore Fort, while adjoining areas are dotted with ancient temples, mosques, hunting lodges, and ancient tombs. The park organizes jeep safaris with expert guides. Although the odds of spotting a tiger are better than in other parks, it promises to offer couples an exciting honeymoon experience.

Paradise beaches for an unforgettable honeymoon

If you also want to extend your honeymoon trip to India by adding a few days on the beach, we suggest two dream places:


A sun and beach holiday in India may sound like a paradox, but Goa's sandy shores are perfect for lounging by the sea. Knowing part of tropical India is possible by visiting this magnificent place. A honeymoon trip to India can be synonymous with relaxation, sun, and beach! :)

Kerala Backwaters

It is one of the best tourist destinations for honeymoon couples. Backwaters in Kerala is a perfect place to spend some time secluded from the world, cozy and romantic in the cradle of lush greenery and a healthy climate, and picturesque beauty. The Backwaters is a set of canals of lakes, canals, rivers, and streams that run parallel to the Arabian Sea and is set in the dense tropical setting hidden from the business of the city.

Sailing through the waters on a large and comfortable houseboat, visitors can enjoy the fantastic scene of rural life, culture, cuisine, temples, markets, etc., from Kerala. Enjoy exotic landscapes from the roof of the boat or savor tea served with snacks, the Backwaters experience is undoubtedly one of the unique and incredible journeys you can take in God's Own Country.

What is the best time to visit India?

If you too have decided to organize your first trip to India and the question you are trying to answer is when to go to India, I have collected some helpful information. Let's say immediately that it is such a vast country that there is no ideal time of year to leave. The only season to avoid is that of the monsoons, which run from the end of May to the beginning of October.

If your destination, like mine, is North India, I suggest you leave between January and March. Weather temperatures range between 15 ° C and 30 ° C and are ideal for touring temples, cities, and the countryside.

However, this period coincides with the high season, so to save some money, you could think of going to India around September or between November and December when prices are, on average lower.

Rent a Car

The traffic in the roads of India is very heavy, almost around the clock, carts drawn by oxen, motorcycles, and people move in the general stream; various representatives of the local fauna regularly appear on the canvas. Driving in India is left-handed. Therefore, renting a car with a driver is better than traveling around the country. It's not overly expensive, but it will be very safe for you.


The climate in this region is closer to the equatorial, in the north - to the mountainous subtropical. The monsoons determine the change of seasons. April to June is the hot and dry season-ending, and from mid-June to early October, the rainy season lasts. The Indian town of Cherrapunji in the Khasi Mountains is the rainiest place on the planet, while the northwestern Thar Desert, on the contrary, is one of the hottest and driest areas in the world.

The high tourist season in the mainland and Southern India tour packages lasts from early October to late March. During this period, the sky is almost cloudless. In Delhi and to the north, it is marvellous in December-January. The average temperature of this region is about +13 ° C. In April, favourable weather is established in the Himalayan states, when it becomes too hot in the south and the country's center. And in November, the slopes of the Himalayas are covered with snow, when the beach season begins in Goa.

Hotels in India

India has hotels for both budget travelers and wealthy travelers. It is better to go first to North Goa: you can rent a bed in a hostel, a room in a modest hotel, and a shack 300 meters from the sea coast. In South Goa, the rest is more fashionable: most local hotels, similar to fabulous palaces, please with the quality of the room stock and the level of service. Kerala is proud of the unique Ayurvedic hospital hotels with a range of wellness treatments. The Andaman Islands have all the conditions for living and leisure for divers. In Delhi and Mumbai - a full range of variations: from democratic hostels to branches of world-famous chains.

The limit of luxury is heritage hotels, converted from the ancient palaces of the maharajas to the needs of discerning guests.

The adventures you will be able to live in India will be unique, full of culture and urbanism, creating a unique contrast and learning. They will live, from their senses, unique adventures in nature. Dare to live an experience like this for a beautiful honeymoon tour in India. They will enjoy it and remember it forever!


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