Do you know that Uttarakhand, which is the northern state of India with its capital city of Dehradun, is lovingly called the ‘Abode of Gods’? If so, you must visit this land once at least in your life. This state is blessed with snow capped mountains, lush greenery, gorgeous valleys, gurgling rivers, amazing flora and fauna, ancient temples, and so on. This state has a plethora of religious places. Several sages have meditated and got enlightened here. Preferred as one of the most visited summer destinations of India as well as the world, this godly state is frequented by thousands and thousands of honeymoon couples, vacationers and backpackers from every nook and corner of the world every year. Uttarakhand Honeymoon Packages from Delhi, which are affordable to the budget of every type of tourist, are specially designed to provide the honeymoon couples the chance of celebrating the4 honeymoon in a special manner. To guide you about this state, we have prepared the list of the Top 10 Places to Visit in Uttarakhand for Honeymoon Couples.
Lovingly called the ‘Lake District of India’, Nainital, which is the honeymooner’s paradise in India, is surrounded by the green mountains. Counted among the favorite summer destinations of India, this hill station is ideal for honeymoon couples for taking the enjoyment of boating. Here, romantic couples find everything in the same place from lakes, adventure, mountains, nature walks, spirituality, charm, tranquility, hospitality to temples.
Famous as the ‘Honeymooner’s Getaway’, the Naukuchiatal, or the ‘Lake of Nine Corners’, which is a small hill station in the Nainital District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, is situated at a distance of 24 km from the Nainital city. Being the deepest lake in the Nainital area, and covered by the oak woods and green slopes, Naukuchiatal, which is fed by an underwater spring, is probably the most charming lake in Uttarakhand.
Known as the ‘Honeymooner’s Destination’, Kausani, which is nestled at a distance of 120 km from Nainital and 53 km north of Almora, is regarded as one of the most preferred summer honeymoon destinations. This hill station presents a 350 km glimpse of the Himalayan summits such as Nanda Devi, Panchauli and Trishul. Because of its similarity in landscape, Kasauni was called the ‘Switzerland of India’ by Mahatma Gandhi.
4. Jim Corbett National Park
Boasting of being the oldest and 1st national park in India, the Jim Corbett National Park, which was founded in 1936 A.D. as the Hailey National Park to conserve the endangered Bengal Tiger, is situated at Ramnagar in the Nainital District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand at a distance of only 60 km from the Nainital city. The honeymoon couples, who are wildlife lovers in their nature, can head to this amazing national park.
Counted among the most significant ski destinations in the mountains of the Himalayas, Auli, which is enriched with a fascinating panoramic glimpse of the high summits of the greatest mountain ranges all over the world, the Himalayas, is a place of charming natural vistas of lofty summits. Also being endowed with a Ski Lift and a Chair Lift, Auli owns the Asia’s longest cable car / ropeway (Gondola). Here, the honeymoon couples can take the enjoyment of their honeymoon at their best.
Called the ‘Stairway to Paradise’, Ranikhet, which is located at a distance of approx 63 km from Nainital, is a charming hill resort in Uttarakhand. The charming pine trees, which create a fine ambiance, increase the charm of this magnificent hill station. Having simplicity in its nature, this hill station has a plethora of the orchards and temples.
Affectionately referred to as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations in Uttarakhand’, Mussoorie, which is blessed with the undulating and charming tree canopied green hills, provides its visitors the fine glimpse of the Doon Valley and the mighty mountain ranges of the Himalayas. Every year, thousands and thousands of honeymoon couples escape to this magnificent hill station to celebrate their unforgettable honeymoon in a gracious ambiance.
Fondly known as the ‘Woody Paradise’, Dhanaulti, or Dhanolti, which is located at a distance of 24 km from Mussoorie and 29 km from Chamba, between both the hill stations, at an elevation of 2286 m above sea level, is regarded as one of the most famous hill stations in Uttarakhand. This captivating hill station is popular for its calm ambiance amidst the alpine woods of cedar (Deodar), Oak and Rhododendron.
Being an offbeat destination, Mukteshwar, which is regarded as the finest resort for the several Eco activities, is a charming spot at an elevation of 2286 m (7500 ft) above sea level. Located at a distance of 51 km from Nainital and 395 km from Delhi, this hill station is enriched with fruit orchards, rhododendron forest, thick coniferous forest and magnificent oak.
Located in the Pithoragarh district on the banks of the Goriganga River on the old salt route starting from Tibet, Munisyari, which serves as the base for high elevation treks in the Himalayas, and to Milam and Ralama glaciers, is counted among the famous hill stations of Uttarakhand. Being also famous for its wildlife, this hill station is also ideal for wildlife lovers.
Overall, it can be said that Uttarakhand is just called the ‘Abode of Gods’. If you are also willing to escape to this beautiful land, you can book Uttarakhand Honeymoon Packages. All these holiday packages, which are available at ARV Holidays, one of the leading tour and travel operators of India, can also be customized as per the requirement of the clients. So, do not get late in thinking in vain and get quickly prepared to depart for this charming land to celebrate your honeymoon along with your beloved.
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