If you are in India this Valentine’s Day 2020 but don’t feel like sitting at home with the TV on and pizza delivery at your door, get out there and enjoy at some really amazing weekend getaways near your city.
Khandala, which is around 132 kilometers from Mumbai, is a hot spot for couples who are interested in camping, trekking, and adventures. There are many popular activities you can engage in and have a great time with your sweetheart. There are many beaches and posh hotels which host special Valentine’s dinner. You may also check those out if you don’t feel like staying out on the fourteenth.
There are so many luxurious resorts to spend your day in such as the Taj Gateway, Ramada Neemrana, and the Heritage Village spa and resort. If spending big is not high on your list, there are more affordable places that are connected more to nature such as Ranikhet and Orchha. Enjoy fishing, camping and romantic dinner near the Giri River with your beau at Rajgarh away from the rush of the city. Jaipur and other cities like Udaipur are also closer to Delhi and you can definitely go further if you have some time on your hands.
In North-East India:
Creating memories at the Tsomgo Lake of Gangtok, Witnessing the gorgeousness of Kanchenjunga falls and trekking at Pelling and waking up to the sunrise on the Tiger Hills in Darjeeling should be on the bucket list of every couple! The sheer natural beauty of the North East evokes romantic feelings in everyone’s hearts.
In Central India:
The Madhya Pradesh tourism hotels are all located at very picturesque locations, but the must-visit for couples is Panchmarhi which is also called the Queen of Satpuras. If a small and clean town surrounded completely by the hills is not on your list this year, try the amazing cuisine of Lucknow instead. Rishikesh is an amazing place to spend your fourteenth too as it offers diverse activities for couples to take up together.
In North India:
If you head up North, you must check out Manali and Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh. It’s not difficult to see why this is a top choice for honeymooners! The view of the lofty mountains with a playful day spent at Rohtang Pass is bound to make you feel more romantic and in love! Shimla is also close but this is something that the rest of India definitely desires.
In the South:
There is so much to do in Southern India! But for Valentine’s Day, you must enjoy the natural beauty of Ooty or spend some quality time at the warm beaches. For a higher budget, you can even go to Neil’s Island, Andaman which is a more secluded cousin of the famous Havelock Island! The serene blue waters and the warm sunny, pristine beaches can be reached easily via a two-hour ferry ride from Port Blair.