Have you just got married are planning to go for a short trip? You are at the right place. If you are saving up before burning another hole in your pocket on honeymoon destinations, not to worry. We will save your cash. A full fledged honeymoon brings immense expense and if you are willing to go to some place that is close and inexpensive, here is a list of some mini honeymoon experiences you can’t afford missing.
1. The Cherry Blossom Festival of Shillong: A land full of nature, Shillong is situated in one of the Seven Sister States, Meghalaya. Shillong has a lot to offer from lakes and waterfalls to the North Eastern culture and traditions. The Cherry Blossom festival is carried every year and is budget friendly experience for all. You can walk hand-in-hand underneath a canopy of blush pink flowers, go on wine dates at Ward’s Lake and attend live music shows. These are the few attractions to begin with and the list in endless. You are going to love every element of this festival. You can celebrate the unique Autumn blooming of the Himalayan Cherry Blossoms of Khasi Hills with your beloved. This festival is EPIC with music gigs, fashion shows, beauty pageants, wine, cuisine, ast and culture stalls. You can enjoy numerous food stalls serving traditional cuisine and Korean barbecue. You can set your mood with rock concert, folk music, and pop bands. Give it a shot. Its worth a visit.
2. The Lonar Crater in Maharashtra: The meteorite that hit Earth’s land 5000 years ago is the prime attraction of Lonar Crater. It is one of the most suitable places for stargazing in the world as marked by scientists and astronomers.A saline salt-water lake that developed in the meteorite hole is sheltered by dense forests, creating an epoch-like experience. This is suitable for couples who are fascinated by the heavenly bodies. If you believe that your love is written in the stars, you can spend a very warm night looking at the sky and the constellations.
3. The Rann Utsav in Gujarat : Every year, Gujarat tourism hosts a global tourism experience that takes place from November to February. Walking on the salt deserts hand-in-hand with your loved one or watching a golden sunset on a clear white platform, Gujarat offers you a lot to celebrate your love. The festival gains momentum during last week of December till mid January. Gujarat witnesses visitors from across the world during Rann Utsav.
4. Sailing on the Alleppey Back-Waters: The back waters of Kerala have always been inviting. Munnar and Alleppey offers a range of national parks, dams, waterfalls and plantations. You can go for Ramakkalmedu trek or go shopping in the local market in Kumily village. Alleppey is known for its beautiful backwaters, beaches, bird sanctuaries, flowers and boat races. A cruise at Alleppey will make your night. After a fulfilling experience, relax and enjoy a romantic dinner on a boathouse to enhance the flavor of your day.
We know you already packed your bags in mind. Have a romantic journey!