10 Offbeat Honeymoon Destinations in India

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Fed up with the well-known tourist trails? Finding a new place to getaway? India’s offbeat destinations deliver a great experience. Stop the hustle of cities and engage in unbelievable experiences. Holidays are truly unforgettable in these lesser-known localities of the world. Explore the raw natural beauty and exotic cultures, avoid crowds, and learn a multitude of new things.

1. Grahan Village, Himachal Pradesh

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Himachal Pradesh has many secret gems and yet people prefer to visit the same Shimla and Manali each year. Yeah, they’re stunning but they’re not without human commotion.

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At the other side, Grahan Village is unspoiled, since it is not well known among visitors. To enter this explored village, you can go hiking from Kasol. To enter this village it takes about 8 kilometres of a trek from Kasol.

2. Kedarkantha, Uttarakhand

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However, this location is not as unchanged as it was a few years ago. The travel enthusiasts have been finding this lately for the right reasons. It is located at 3800 meters above sea level and is covered by snow from November through April. You’ll need to take a cab from Dehradun to Sankari to meet Kedarkanth. You can easily get from Sankari to the base camp where the trek actually begins.

3. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

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If you enjoy the greenery, this place must be on your list in Meghalaya. In this small village, you can see living bridges consisting of tree branches. It is located about 118 kilometres from Shillong Airport, and 190 kilometres from Guwahati Airport. You can take a cab to reach Mawlynnong from any of the mentioned locations.

4. Radhanagar Beach, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

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If you enjoy the greenery, this place must be on your list in Meghalaya. In this small village, you can see living bridges consisting of tree branches. It is located about 118 kilometres from Shillong Airport, and 190 kilometres from Guwahati Airport. You can take a cab to reach Mawlynnong from any of the mentioned locations.

5. Dharchula, Uttarakhand

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It lies on the way to the sacred Lake Kailash Mansarovar. Dharchula, situated in the district of Pithoragarh, is a beautiful town on the Indo-Nepal frontier. It is about 83 kilometres from the city of Pithoragarh. You can arrive via a flight in Pantnagar and then take a taxi to Dharchula.

6. Daringbadi, Odisha

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Known as the Odisha Kashmir, the area is renowned for winter snowfall. During winters the temperature drops to zero degree Celsius. It features lush green forests and coffee gardens. It lies 120 km from Brahmpur Railway Station and 245 km from Bhubaneswar Airport.

7. Reckong Peo, Himachal Pradesh

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It is a beautiful town located in Himachal Pradesh. It is because Reckong Peo is an undiscovered gem that you hear its name for the first time. In this town, there are countless places to visit like Chandrika Temple, Spiti River, Khab, Kalpa etc. To enter Reckong Peo, you can arrive by train to Chandigarh and then hire a private taxi to the city.

8. Khimsar Dunes, Rajasthan

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Khimsar is a small, tranquil city in Rajasthan, Thar. It’s covered with sand dunes and a perfect getaway for desert and wildlife exploration. It lies about six kilometres from Khimsar. From the village, you can take a camel ride to Khimsar Dunes.

9. Phugtal Monastery, Ladakh

It is a massive Ladakh monastery that is built in the mountains like wicker. It was built in the 12th century and is now home to around 70 monks. You can take a cab from Darcha, Himachal Pradesh or walk all the way from Icher via Anmu, Cha to Phugtal to get there.

10. Gandikota, Andhra Pradesh

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It resembles United States Grand Canyon. Located in Andhra Pradesh, Gandikota is renowned for its deep gorge created by Pennar River course. You can book a private taxi from Bengaluru airport to reach that destination.