23 September 2016
The honeymoon is the best period to enjoy some time with your spouse away from your family taking leisurely walks holding each other's hands, romantic candlelight dinners etc...
The little gem called Kerala guarded by the towering Western Ghats and the exotic Arabian Sea. This unique combination of hills and the ocean make Kerala a great place to spend your honeymoon days.
This combination gives Kerala most romantic places in the earth, including evergreen mist-covered hills, deep forests, calm backwaters, sandy beaches. In short, the diverse landscape makes Kerala a little paradise on earth.
The hill stations like Munnar, Vagamon, Thekkady, Nelliyampathy, Lakkidi and Wayanad are the perfect places to savor the cool climate, mountain breeze, picturesque hills, and a stroll through the emerald green plantations that are covered in mist. Being the hilly area there are many mountain streams and scenic waterfalls.
If you are in Kerala one place you shouldn't miss is the majestic Athirappilly waterfalls. Though there are many tall waterfalls in the country, but none could match the beauty of Athirappilly falls. While you are there you should book a tree house that faces the waterfalls and stays there for a while. Trust us you will not forget such a mesmerising stay in your life.
Other place that offers the tree house stay is Wayanad. The district has a large forest area and diverse wildlife, many resorts there offer the visitors a chance to relish some moments in the nap of nature (well, we meant tree house stays).
Romantic trip and no houseboat ride, how could that be possible? So, head to Alappuzha, Kumarakom, Kochi or Kollam to spend your time at the famed water world of Kerala. Pick an overnight stay cruise in a houseboat and forget all your worries. The boat will take you to the exotic labyrinths of the backwaters. It is also a great opportunity for sightseeing and relaxation.
Another romantic place you could revel in is the floating cottages of Poovar. The little coastal village in the southern tip of the state capital has a resort that provides floating cottages with the stunning views of the beach and the lake. The resort also provides Ayurvedic therapies that would help you to be rejuvenated. These floating cottages are cut off from the mainland and could be accessed only by a boat.
As we said earlier the state is bordered by the Arabian Sea on one side and that has provided an array of exotic beaches in the state. Among them Kovalam and Varkala attracts many international and domestic tourists in to the state. Some of the beaches in Kerala have shallow waters and that allows the visitors to enjoy the waves.
The monsoon season that starts from June and lasts till September is also a great time to enjoy your romantic stay. Unlike many other parts of the country the monsoon hardly wrecks any havocs in Kerala. In fact it is a period that can be thoroughly enjoyed as the rains could ignite the passion between you.