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5 Beautiful Honeymoon Destinations You Can Visit in North India

5 Beautiful Honeymoon Destinations You Can Visit in North India

Why go abroad when you have some of the best and perfect honeymoon locations in our own country India? India is a country which has a perfect Kaleidoscopic of the gigantic Himalayas, the misty rivers and the sparkling lakes of North India. There are some of the best Honeymoon destinations in North India which are sure to take your breath away and mesmerize you in its beauty. Here the summers are pleasant; the monsoon is green and winters are chilly – perfect for a honeymoon. So what are you waiting for just go ahead and book one of the following wonderful destinations for your dream honeymoon Places in North India?

* Manali

Located in Himachal Pradesh, is a hill station that features several monasteries and temples, snow-capped mountain peaks and valleys, picturesque landscape, perfect weather, forests with Deodar trees and green meadows that make it one of the best honeymoon destinations in north India.

* Pahalgam

Pahalgam has romantic weather and scenic beauty that is unparalleled. The infamous Amarnath Yatra’s trail passes through here making it a busy tourist hub. Its romantic setting and various tourist attractions puts it at the top of the list of north India honeymoon places.

* Mussoorie

Mussoorie features several tourist attractions such as Camel Back Road, the Jwalaji temple of Devi Durga, old churches and monasteries, sunset views and enthralling vistas. It is perfect for a serene honeymoon.

* Dhanaulti

Located close to Mussoorie, Dhanaulti is quiet and peaceful. Exquisite views, quiet solitude, cool weather – make this place perfect for a honeymoon spent enjoying each other.

* Auli

Auli is most famous for its ski resorts. A pleasant weather, with aesthetic landscape and sloping roads, making it one of the best honeymoon destinations in North India. Skiing down the white slopes of these mountains in Uttarakhand is a wonderful experience to share with your newlywed spouse.

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