Most wonderful honeymoon destinations in Kerala

21 September 2016

Most wonderful honeymoon destinations in Kerala

Kerala the little gem bordered by the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea is one the most beautiful state in the country. The place has got natural beauty in abundance and is also famous as a honeymoon destination.


The place has a diverse landscape and you and your spouse will not regret your decision to pick the state as your honeymoon destination.

You should head to the hill stations to enjoy the mountain air and the scenic hills, streams and waterfalls.  Munnar about 110 km from Kochi is a hill station that is famous for its wondrous and scenic beauty. The hills and valleys and its aromatic tea gardens are nothing short of romantic. The pleasant and soothing climatic condition with its cool mountain breeze and beauty make this place a heaven. 

Most of the resorts and homestays which are situated ost exotic destinations of the outskirts, boast of the stunning views of the emerald tea plantations.  The major sightseeing places include Rajamala - Eravikulam National Park, Kolukkumalai tea garden,   Mattupetti Dam, Echo Point, Blossom International garden, Top Station etc and various waterfalls. 

Another major hill station in the close proximity of Munnar is Vagamon. Like Munnar, the cool climate is the major highlight of this region. The misty mountains that are covered by thick pine forests and the deep valleys make it an exotic honeymoon spot. The beautiful cliffs and meadows give it an otherworldly charm. 

Don’t forget to visit Thekkady to enjoy the river cruise and the Periyar National Park which is known for its rich wealth of flora and fauna. It is also the spice heaven of Kerala.

If you love the mountains then Wayanad is the perfect place for you. Head to the northern Kerala to enjoy and understand living in harmony with nature. The pristine air and the mountains with the dense forests that houses a wide variety of wildlife make Wayanad a land loved by many even from the pre-historic time. Romantic hills, scenic waterfalls, cool climate and the picturesque landscape are what attract the visitors to this land which still has got a small tribal population.

If your wish is to enjoy the sun then head to the beaches. Kerala has got a long coastline and many exotic beaches. The famous beaches include Kovalam, Varkala, Cherai, Fort Kochi, Bekal, Marari and Beypore.

No honeymoon destination list is complete without the houseboat ride through the backwaters of Alappuzha, Kumarakom or Kochi. Kerala houses one the most wonderful water worlds in the world. A cruise through the Vembanad Lake that is connected with a wide chain of backwaters that consist of lagoons, canals, inlets and rivers that lie parallel to the Arabian Sea is a romantic experience. 

These backwater destinations and the houseboat ride have been described as one of the 50 must places to visit in a lifetime by the National Geographic Traveler. There are also small islands which are inhabited by the local population and you could also take a stroll through these places to understand the rural lifestyle.

These areas, especially Alappuzha and Kumarakom are also the perfect places to enjoy the authentic Kerala seafood cuisines.