There is no lack of unseen and most beautiful places in the world. But most of them are located at several nooks and corners in India. You can get the lifetime memories and most amazing experience by visiting the most romantic places in India. These are the must-see places in India which you can explore in your honeymoon. Here are few of the must-visited places before you die.
Brahmaputra River is the majestic river which is originated at Tibet in Northeast India. It flows through the significant gorges of the Valley of Assam and Arunachal and falls through the Bay of Bengal. The sun sets around 2900 km long river when the sky is covered by dark clouds and sun rays start playing with water. The view of sunset on Brahmaputra River is among the most idyllic attractions in Northeast India. It is truly the much captured moment you can get in your life.
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There are hundreds of exotic lakes in the Great Himalayan ranges along with the long mountain ranges in Arunachal Himalayas and Greater Himalaya. It is the most beautiful hill station in India. You can explore some of the idyllic frozen lakes in India at Himalayan terrains of Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. Some of the most beautiful locations are Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim, Frozen Lake at Tawang, and the beautiful Dal Lake in Srinagar.
The groups of Lakshadweep Islands in Laccadive Sea are the major attractions at the Union Territory in India. The Lakshadweep Islands are one of the most beautiful places in India for honeymoon and popular for adventure sports and water sports like snorkeling and scuba diving. The Andaman and Lakshadweep islands and Nicobar Islands are the real jewels of the ocean.
Also known as Sahyadri Mountain ranges, the Western Ghats run through the whole west coast of the country, from Gujarat border to the Kanyakumari. It is among the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is famous for its natural beauty with various manmade lakes, highest peaks and waterfalls. They are the most beautiful places in India to visit.
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The mangrove forests in Sundarbans are among the highest tidal halophytic mangroves in the world, located in West Bengal. The Sundarban region is the densely covered forest and houses a lot of Royal Bengal Tigers.
Banaras or Varanasi is among the oldest cities in India and the most beautiful city in India. It is located on the banks of Ganges in UP. Varanasi is known as the holy city by Buddhists, Hindus and Jains. The temple city has a lot of Ghats used for cremation and bathing.
Ladakh houses some of the most stunning lakes at the altitude of 4360 meter and these lakes truly change the forms every hour and look most beautiful in evening. The Pangong Tso is among the most striking high altitude Ladakh Lakes.
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It is located at the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Tiger Reserve houses the huge population of Indian leopards and Bengal Tigers and Indian wild dogs. It is very rich in wilderness and covered vastly with Sal forests and dense bamboo.
A small village, Mawsynram, is positioned on the East Khasi Hills in the state of Meghalaya. It is the wettest place in the world which records around 11872 mm of annual rainfall.
The Gods’ own country, Kerala is offering the great experience you can have. The Kerala backwaters have been formed by 5 huge lakes, rivers, canals and cover around half of the state. They serve as the National Waterways to connect several cities, towns and villages with backwater tourism and cargo movement.
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Located at the royal state of Rajasthan, the Great Indian Thar Desert is covered by the Great Rann of Kutch and Aravalli Mountain ranges. Thar Desert is offering great experience to the visitors. You can spend the night on the sand dunes and enjoy the wonderful camel ride.
Known as the Queen of the Hills, Darjeeling lies at the foothills of the Great Himalayas in eastern part of India. The large tea plantation or the tea gardens are the beautiful attractions in Darjeeling.