7 Awesome Honeymoon Destinations In Himachal Pradesh
Known as the “Honeymooner’s Paradise”, Himachal Pradesh is home to several hill stations that boast of unparalleled scenic beauty. Before you start looking for great hill station honeymoon packages, check out these 7 honeymoon destinations in Himachal Pradesh that offer everything to make your honeymoon more romantic and memorable.
Popular amongst tourists and honeymooner’s alike, Shimla is known as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’. It is the summer capital of Himachal Pradesh and is flooded with tourists all through the year. Surrounded by Pine and Deodar trees, its picturesque surroundings are perfect for a romantic getaway. Honeymooners may go for a romantic stroll along the Mall Road or an excursion to Kufri, enjoy a ride on the Toy Train from Shimla to Kalka, hike up to the Jakhoo Temple and seek Lord Hanuman’s blessings, and enjoy the scintillating views from the Ridge Road.
For honeymooners looking for tranquility and peace, Chail is the perfect option. Known as the “Lover’s Hill”, Chail is less crowded as compared to any other hill station in Himachal. While in Chail, newlyweds may visit the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary, seek blessings at Siddh Baba Mandir, and horse riding. If you have been looking for special hotels offer in Chail, then checkout Treehouse Chail Villas, which offers spacious cottage style rooms, gourmet food and a variety of activities for you to indulge in.
This peaceful and picturesque hill station has a beautiful display of religion, culture, art, and history with a number of monuments, forts, temples, and churches all across the city. Visit the Solan Brewery, which is one of India’s oldest breweries. Trek to the Monkey Point, and explore the Karol Tibba and Meteol Tibba. Spend your evenings strolling along the Mall Road and shopping for souvenirs.
Famous as the ‘Land of Gods’, Kinnaur has romance written all over it. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and lush valleys, Kinnaur is a lover’s paradise. Honeymooners may explore the wildlife at the Rakcham Chitkul Wildlife Sanctuary. Trek to the Bhaspa River, and Nako Lake. Kinnaur shares its border with Tibet. Hence, a strong influence of the Tibetan culture can be seen on the town. You may also participate in various adventure activities such as river rafting, paragliding and angling at Sangla.
On the way from Dalhousie to Dharamshala, lies the valley of Khajjiar surrounded by the Dhauladhar Mountains. The valley is untouched by urbanisation and does not attract a lot of tourists making it the perfect getaway for newlywed couples. Visit Khajjiar Lake and enjoy the majestic view of Mount Kailash from Khajjiar Ground. Adventure loving couples may take part in activities such as paragliding and zorbing, or take up the 14 km long Khajjiar trek.
Located on the banks of Ravi river, Chamba is a popular destination amongst honeymooners. The town has a lot to explore, starting from the Bhuri Singh Museum, beautifully carved temples and markets. While in Chamba, honeymooners can go for a romantic picnic at Satdhara Falls, visit Rang Mahal, and check out Chowgan, a large grass field which is an important site for the celebration of festivals, events, picnics, and cricket matches in the city.
Kullu and Manali are two of the most popular travel destinations in Himachal Pradesh and thus, are crowded all through the year. This is the perfect honeymoon destination for those looking for leisure as well as the adrenaline junkies. Honeymooners may take a visit to the Manikaran Hot Springs and Vashisht Hot Water Springs, or indulge in log strolls and snow fights at the Rohtang Pass. The adventure junkies may head over to Solang Valley and participate in fun activities such as zip-lining, parasailing, and zorbing.