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A honeymoon of a lifetime – Places to escape soon after tying the knot

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After months of planning, you’ve finally tied the knot! After the relentless and tiring months of wedding planning, finding the best venue, getting your dress stitched and endless fretting over logistics, the last thing that you would want to worry about is your honeymoon. Now that you reside in India, you must be wondering about which portion of India to visit in order to spend a memorable honeymoon. Well, literally we don’t know why North East is never promoted as a tourist destination but if you’re looking for escaping into the lap of nature, away from the madding crowds, this is the best place to visit.

North East comprises of a number of states and a number of destinations. With a little bit of dedication and research, it is definitely possible to settle down with one of the best quiet places to spend with your loved one. We here take the opportunity to give you a checklist of some of the most popular states and destinations to visit if you’re planning to spend your honeymoon in North east India. Check them out.

Destination #1: Gangtok, Sikkim

Dreamlike and surreal is how Gangtok can be best described. This capital city stands at an altitude of 5,500 ft in Sikkim and can boast of unmatched natural beauty. Gangtok can in fact be counted among the best honeymoon destinations in India since it offered modern amenities, natural views, good and luxurious hotels and wide array of restaurants offering delicious food. Most of us have the dream of spending our honeymoon in a secluded place, dancing to the tune of tranquillity. Gangtok is perhaps the best place to do that.

Destination #2: Pelling, Sikkim

Colorful is the word that will immediately come to your mind when you either read about or visit Pelling. Adequate options for adventure, rich culture, festivity and memorable scenic beauty makes Pelling one of the most sought-after honeymoon destinations. The breathtaking view of the snow-capped Kanchenjunga is unbeatable whereas the Kanchenjunga Festival sets the mood for some real time adventure. You can go river rafting on River Rangit, Kayaking, bird watching and mountain biking thoroughly in Pelling.

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Destination #3: Shillong, Meghalaya

Beautiful is the word which best describes Shillong and once you visit this place, you will be convinced with what we say. Shillong is perched at an altitude of 1491 m and it is a portion of the East Khasi Hill District. The gargling waterfalls, long stretches of mountains, golf course and miles and miles of picturesque beauty are something that could mesmerize any couple who visits it on their honeymoon. There’s a place called Lady Hydari Park which is where tourists and locals gather to enjoy the beauty of fresh flowers. The Sweet Falls, Spread Falls, Elephant Falls fall through the mountains and offer an incandescent view. The Shillong Peak is a must-visit place and is an asset of Shillong.

Destination #4: Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang is always considered as a sacred land and it is a beautiful place with lush greenery and jagged hills. The flawless beauty of Tawang has managed to get enough attention from adventure lovers but something that is actually surprising is that this place has recently become famous among honeymooners too. Waterfalls, lofty mountains cascade into deep gorges and the shimmering lakes make Tawang more than just a travel destination. On the other hand, Sangeshar Lake is one of the best places for any honeymoon couple with its perfect ambience.

So, if you have been wondering whether or not North East is the place to be for your honeymoon, you must have got your answer. North East will take your honeymoon tour a step further and make it even more interesting and memorable with its vivacious culture and astonishing tranquillity.

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