Romantic Getaways on Valentine
India boasts of a number of romantic holiday destinations to share some beautiful moments of rejoice, romance and intimacy with your beloved.
India boasts of some of the most idyllic romantic destinations. The sand dunes of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, greenery of Kerala, beaches of Goa, the majestic hills of the North; there is so much to explore and enjoy a romantic vacation in this country.
You and your Valentine can enjoy a horse ride, boating and head to Tiffin top. And if no activity interest you, just sit with your partner and enjoy the lovely views.
Why not celebrate the day of love – Valentine’s Day at the magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra? Built in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal by Shah Jahan, Taj Mahal is a perfect place to celebrate your Valentine’s Day with your loved one.
Though Agra has many hotels to offer, nothing beats the Oberoi Amarvilas. If you have a lavish budget, treat your wife to this luxurious hotel whiich is inspired by Mughal architecture and with green lawns and fountains, it creates a perfect setting for a romantic getaway.
Kodagu or Coorg is popular as a romantic destination in India. The mesmerizing hill station reflects an old-world charm in its scattered villages and hamlets. The serenity dwelling in the beautiful hills, panaromic views, and pleasant weather form the perfect setting for a honeymoon or a romantic trip.
If you are planning a romantic trip with your life partner this Valentine’s Day, Kerala should be in the list of most preferred destinations. The golden beaches, the rippling sea waves, the romantic backwaters make Kerala an ideal destination for some beautiful moments of rejoice, romance and intimacy.
Situated in the Nilgiri hills in Tamil Nadu, Ooty is called the undisputed “Queen of Hill Stations”. The tea estates, lofty mountains, dense forests, flowers and lush greenery all around make Ooty a perfect place to unwind for both of you.
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