Boasting of picturesque backwaters and vibrant beaches, Kerala is one of the prime honeymoon destinations of the country. In this magnificent state, you can enjoy rejuvenating authentic Ayurvedic therapies with your loved one or go for a romantic houseboat ride.
There are innumerable scenic-beauties present in Kerala, including serene hill stations, unending coconut groves, lush green estates and sandy beaches. These exquisite locales make this destination an ideal romantic getaway for newlyweds, providing a memorable beginning to their married life.
Some of the prominent tourist destinations that you can visit after booking a Kerala Honeymoon package are:
1. Chembra Peak
This is essentially the highest peak in the Wayanad district of Kerala, which is famous for the enthralling heart shaped perennial lake that lies halfway to its top. Chembra Peak is a part of the Western Ghats, adjoining the Vellarimala in Kozhikode and the Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu. The lake present on this peak is ideally covered with mist or snow, making it an ideal spot for honeymooners.
This charming city is located near the Laccadive Sea, and is famous for tranquil houseboat cruises along the mesmerizing Kerala backwaters, lagoons and a network of serene canals. Here the honeymooners get the chance to enjoy the picturesque view of the backwaters while enjoying the comforts of luxurious houseboats.
The gorgeous tea gardens of Munnar are one of the most popular honeymoon destinations of the country. Here the honeymooners get to experience the glorious views of the striking Sun rays against white mist at dawn. In the verdant tea gardens of Munnar, you would be able to open up your senses to the exquisite fragrance of the tea, while enjoying the glimpses of spectacular waterfalls.
4. St. Francis Church
The oldest European Church of the country, this beautiful establishment was built in the year 1503. This church is famed for its unique architecture and delightful ambience. Comprising majorly of wooden structures, its interiors are replete with that old school charm.
5. Fort Kochi
Reflecting a laid-back colonial aura, this tourist destination features a number of heritage bungalows and quaint craft shops. You can also go for a jetty boat ride here with your better half, in older to get a glimpse of the magnificent Kochi Harbor.
Providing a perfect fairytale-like setting, the rocky boulevards of the Kovalam Beach seem to have come out of a romantic novel. While visiting this prominent tourist destination you can enjoy the mesmerizing views of its famed lighthouse that forms the backdrop of the cobalt water of the Arabian Sea. While coming to Kovalam for honeymoon, you can visit its fishing villages and enjoy exotic cultural shows comprising of traditional song and dance of Kerala.
7. Eravikulam National Park
Located along the Western Ghats in the Idukki district, this park comprises of magnificent high rolling hill plateaus that are crisscrossed by multiple perennial streams. A highly soothing place, honeymooners would be able to gaze at the highest peak of the Himalayas in South India inside this park. Eravikulam National Park houses twenty-six different species of mammals, including the largest surviving population of Nilgiri tahr.
8. Napier Museum
This is a popular art and natural history museum, located in Thiruvananthapuram. The sophisticated wooden structure of this establishment was made in 1880 by the renowned British architect, Robert Chisholm. The interior of this building reflects an outstanding architectural design. The displays of this museum comprise of temple carts, Buddhist sculptures and ivory carvings.
You can easily book a Kerala honeymoon package through a reliable and renowned travel and tour agency of the country to enjoy a comfortable traveling experience. However, you should remember to book your tour package from a company that has been approved by the Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India, in order to be assured of their superior quality of service.