10 Best Romantic Places in India

So, you are planning a honeymoon trip in India? You will be spoilt for choice when picking a holiday destination for two as the world is full of romantic locations and hideaways. Why not make India one of them? The mix of interesting culture and stunning scenery is sure to satisfy all tastes, whether you are a foodie, a history buff, or simply want a room with a view.

Truly, India is the place where there the Gods reside. So secretive, sacred, lovely, outlandish, beguiling, and grand, that is what India is all about. Perhaps, India has been the most favored place for the gods. India is a land of rich culture and diverse people. It has hills, mountains, beaches, gulfs, deserts, forests and what not! If you are looking for some unexplored adventurous destinations in India then stay tuned!

Winding roads, the fresh smell of the mountains, thick pine and oak forests, a long walk on fresh crunchy leaves with unhindered views of the Himalayas. Indulge in a one of a kind experience in the mountains with unobstructed vistas, while you enjoy the solitary comfort of a good book on the deck, or lounge with a glass of wine and company of your partner.

Why India is Ideal for a Romantic Getaway

With a lot of wonderful spots to visit, if you are on an excursion to the heavenly places of India, here are the famous tourist spots to visit in India.

1. Giridih, Jharkhand

Parasnath is a Jain temple on the highest mountain peak in Jharkhand. Situated at 7 km uphill from the ground, one has to climb this by walking, so people prefer to visit in winter. Khandoli Dam and Usri Falls witness a good footfall around New Year. People from all over Jharkhand and mostly West Bengal) visit here for picnic.

2. Lambasingi, Andhra Pradesh

Lambasingi is a small village in the Eastern Ghats of Chintapalli Mandal of Visakhapatnam. One of the exclusive features of the location is its chilly temperature experienced even during summer. The very fact that Lambasingi is one of those rare places in South India that boasts of snowfall makes this village an amazing place.

Lambasingi is a small village located at about 1 km from Kurnool district headquarters and 4km from Pazhampet village in Kurnool district. It was here that the river Godavari had its confluence with the river Cauvery. Lambasingi has been mentioned in the works of 7th century Pandit Adi Shankara, Dnyaneshwara, and Vijnana Bhiksu.

It is about 60 km away from Kurnool and there is a bus service from Pazhampet to Lambasingi. The village of Lambasingi is located in the Nallamala hills. The green hills are covered with thick forests interspersed with small settlements. The region was known as Atreyapuram and developed by king Nala of Mahabharata fame, who brought water for irrigation through his long canal system constructed over 3000 years ago.

Perched at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level this mystic hill station is famously know as the Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh with quaint valleys and chilling temperatures. Lambasingi awaits with its fog-covered forests and the rustic and classical landscape of the Indian villages.

Enjoy the glow of intoxication in Lambasingi when the clouds descend to the earth, redrawing the mountain lines every day in the act of hugging and departing continuously. Walk the blessed paths that seem to merge into oblivion, making each step an acute existential experience.

3. Horsley Hills, Andhra Pradesh

Chittoor is a town on the banks of the Ponni River, known for its mountains. Chittoor has a boon of nature. The city also has many rivers, waterfalls, lakes, and mountains. Chittoor is a mythological one, so on the hill where you get to see many impressive forts. Along with the fort, many ancient temples are also present in the mountains here. Chittoor is a quiet city, and walking here is nothing less than an adventure. Apart from this, you can also see the wildlife sanctuary and the architecture here.

For those who want to find the best tourist places in south India, Horsley Hills serves the best holiday spots in may. Pack your bag and begin your journey towards Horsley Hills, located in the center of Chittoor. Consequently, this hill serves the best iconic alluring beauty, magnificent mountains, and watch astounding sunsets.

Located in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Horsley Hills is a picturesque hill town located at 1300 meters above sea level. The city is very close to the Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary and you can also find the Sambar deer early in the morning if you are lucky. The city was discovered by the British in the nineteenth century and then became a summer retreat.

The Horsley Hills are famous for their picturesque surroundings and dense vegetation. One can also enjoy adventure sports activities such as Zorbing in Horsley Hills. Go to Horsley hill museum, Mallamma Temple and Highview point view to enjoy the serene beauty of the hills.

4. Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh

Vijayawada is the third-largest city of Andhra Pradesh. Vijayawada is known for its forests. The Krishna River flows in Vijayawada, on the banks of which many ancient temples exist. Along with temples, many Buddhist monasteries are also present in Vijayawada. The city of Vijayawada is known for its delicious mango sweets and cool weather.

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the urban localities is Hamsaladeevi Beach around 100 KM from Vijayawada in the state of Andhra Pradesh. This is the place where river Krishna merges into Bay of Bengal. Waking up at dawn and driving from Vijayawada to Hamsaladeevi beach to witness a lovely Sunrise! Isn't it fun to drive in the morning mist through paddy fields and the canals towards the beach.

It's roughly around 90–95 KM from Vijayawada and will take a bit long due to the double lane road and with a river on one side and farms and villages on the other.

5. Lakshadweep

Are you a beach bump and searching for best beach vacations destinations to travel? Lakshadweep is the name. It has rich marine life, crystal blue waters, adventure sports. If you want to sunbath on the beach, Lakshadweep must be in your summer vacation destination list.

This island is a least unexplored territory of India. Reaching here is a bit of a task as there are only two options – an all night ferry from Cochin or an expensive flight via the same place. If you’re planning to visit Lakshadweep, plan well in advance as the island has limited staying options. Its beautiful and perfect if all you're interested in is the water and the marine life.

If you are traveling for a honeymoon then you must visit Agatti, Bangaram, Kadmat islands. A bewitchingly beautiful and breath taking island in Lakshadweep, Bangaram is uninhabited island surrounded by a shallow lagoon enclosed by coral reef. Here the sun, sand and surf will cast a sell on you that you’ll never forget. In spite of its charming beauty the island is comparatively underrated among others in Lakshadweep.

It is located over 400 km off Kochi and 525 km from Kollam Port in the Indian Ocean. The atoll is about 7 km northeast of the Agatti Island and 25 km to the southeast of Perumal Par in the western Lakshadweep archipelago. The best part about Kadmat is the tip of the island. There's water coming from three sides at the same time and its really awesome! Carry only BSNL Sim because there is no other mobile network in Lakshadweep.

6. Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh

Kurnool is a historical city in Andhra Pradesh and also a pilgrimage site. There are many Hindu religious places and ancient buildings here, that is why this city is famous. Here you can still see the ruins of the Vijayanagara king's fort in the medieval period. It is believed that people continue to live here from Pashan yug.

Mountains surround the city. The Rollapadu bird sanctuary here is the most famous tourist destination. It used to be part of the Vijayanagara Empire earlier; then, the Kurnool fort was built here. This fort is much more spacious and fabulous. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva, Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga, exists here. If you are a nature lover and are interested in history, then you must go to Kurnool.

7. Yaganti, Andhra Pradesh

Yaganti is located at a distance of 34 km from Warangal city and 59 km from Kurnool City. The lakes, hills and streams are ideal tourist destinations. Yaganti is an ideal picnic spot for locals as well as tourists due to its scenic beauty. The forest range of Yaganty is the main attraction for visitors who come here to enjoy nature beauty and fresh air in a serene atmosphere.

They are welcomed by the scenic beauty of the valley, valleys having waterfalls, hills, streams, flat plains with rich green crops etc.

8. Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh

Located on the banks of the Krishna River, the city Srikakulam is very close to Visakhapatnam. Many temples were built in Srikakulam, being under the Kalinga empire. This temple is famous all over India for its structures. During the freedom struggle, the construction of Khadi started in Srikakulam itself, which attracted the attention of Mahatma Gandhi to Srikakulam. You must see the architecture of the Kalinga kingdom by roaming the beaches, temples, and kilos present here.

9. Srikalahasti, Andhra Pradesh

Srikalahasti is one of the significant religious places in Andhra Pradesh and is famous for its Gudimallam temple. SriKalahasti is considered one of the holy places of Lord Bholenath in South India. Srikalahasti is famous for one of the five ghosts of Lord Shiva. There is a crowd of devotees throughout the year.

10. Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh

Kadapa means in Telugu is a door. Kadapa is known for its magnificent architecture, Palkonda hills, and historical forts. The fort here is famous all over South India. Gandikota fort and Sidhout fort are prominent here. Friends, you will be surprised to know that Kadapa is among the 20 cities in the world where the Nuclear fuel reserve is situated. When visiting Kadapa, you can also roam the caves of Kadapa. There you will get complete integration of nature and history.
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