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Whoever said India has a dearth of honeymoon attractions has certainly not explored the country yet. Our nation has ample locations that promise beautiful memories with some amazing backdrops to add to your photographic treasures.

Listed below are some offbeat romantic honeymoon destinations in India that you must add to your list:

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh:

Perched at a height of 10,000 feet, this place has everything one can ask for. From helicopter rides to skiing and taking a stroll amidst the striking mountainous backdrop, this place is an ideal honeymoon haven.

Coorg, Karnataka:

Replete with coffee plantations spreading their arms to welcome you, Coorg is a perfect honeymoon choice for any time of the year. Whether you are a wildlife enthusiast, a nature admirer or a river rafting freak, this mini town promises you a memorable time.

Lakshadweep:

The unadulterated islands of Lakshadweep have managed to safeguard their natural beauty and promise to live up to your honeymoon expectations. Try kayaking, snorkeling or glass bottom boat rides along the blue lagoons that are so crystal clear you can actually see the marine life below. Scuba diving is another of those interesting activities you can try here if you don’t mind going under water.

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh:

A place where the snow-capped Himalayas turn into a gorgeous backdrop and the sprawling green meadows become your carpet, Khajjiar – fondly known as the Switzerland of India – is one of the most beautiful honeymoon destinations in India.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan:

An ideal place for arts and crafts aficionados, the ‘Golden City’ will take you on a walk down the memory lane where you can meet and greet your culture and traditions while enjoying each other’s company.

Alappuzha (Alleppey), Kerala:

If you are a couple who prefers and enjoys each other’s company away from the hustle-bustle of the public, then this mini Venice of India is just perfect for you! Look forward to some natural indulgence while the houseboat takes you through the silent backwaters of Kerala.

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