Four Best Honeymoon Places in India – 1

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Taj Mahal, AgraAfter the henna and haldi applications, exchange of garlands and smiles in rather stiff new clothes and walking around the sacred pyre, while bandwalas have played their last symphony a new breeze awakens. The time has come to run hand in hand in some un-trodden land. Once you are at the crossroads, we bring you bring you a glimpse into the four best honeymoon hotspots of India (or cool spots if you like the Himalayas) so that you know where you are, and where you ought to be:

In case you are setting off from Delhi, the world’s eternal symbol of love, supremely fused with royalty awaits you at Agra. You guessed it right; the Taj Mahal beckons you with open arms. We would also like to remind you that Delhi is about 3,167 kilometres north of the equator, which means it would get quite cold in winter, with minimum temperatures hovering below the 100C mark.


Of course, you could fly to Agra’s Kheria Airport, but it would take you much lesser time to reach Agra on the elevated 165 km elevated access controlled 6-lane Yamuna expressway, in little over three words. Therefore, it is always better to hire a friendly, knowledgeable, chauffeur driven car. Do remember that it was Shah Jahan, who put Agra on the world map, and later shifted the Mughal capital to Shahjanabad.

VISIT: The Taj Mahal, Taj Nature Park, Ram bag, Fatehpur Sikri, Itmad-Ud-Daulah Tomb, Panch Mahal, Octagonal Tower, Jama Masjid, Chini-ka-Rauza, Lal Quila and of course the Agra Fort.Historical Monument in Agra

STAY:   Make yourself comfortable for this once in lifetime happening at Howard Park Plaza. All rooms have mini bar, refrigerator, cable TV, and hairdryer. An outdoor swimming pool, Ayurvedic health center with a sauna room, jacuzzi, beauty treatments and massages are also there for your convenience. If you really want to celebrate in sheer Five Star luxuries, check in at the Clark’s Shiraz where the moonlit Taj Mahal is visible from almost from every window.

EAT: There’s an overabundance of restaurants to take care of your tastes: The Mandarin, Olive Garden, The Spice Pavilion Jhankar, Jharokha-e-Taj Revolving Restaurant, and much more. Do also check out the awesome Awadhi, Mughlai and Peshawari dishes, and not forgetting the ever so famous kingly Kachoris and other local sweets.

Agra indeed is number one choice for honeymooners because of that wonderful and eternal symbol of love that moves everywhere like a dancing candle flame and that Mughal Aura. However, in our next series we bring an equally enticing place for honeymooning –The Pink City of Jaipur.

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