Earlier called the honey month, a honeymoon is one of the most awaited periods for a newly-wed couple. They get to spend quality time together, explore new places together, eat good food, click selfies as a married couple and accomplish couple goals they always fancied.
With the advent of social media and a boost to the travel industry a lot has been discussed in regard to the fascinating honeymoon destinations across the world but what if those destinations are submerged (not literally) under water during your honeymoon? Would you still want to visit them? Would you want to spend those golden days grounded in a hotel room?
If not, read on to know the seven places which you can shortlist for a memorable monsoon honeymoon.
A destination which emits a romantic vibe, France is an ideal honeymoon location for the months of June, July and August. Promising a lot more than its already rich cultural heritage, walking hand in hand with your sweetheart is nowhere as charming as it is in those French lanes.
Did travel buffs just tie the knot? Well, there is no better way to spend your honeymoon than to explore the hidden treasures of your own country. A place which experiences the heaviest rainfall in the country provides a spectacular view during this season. Cherrapunji is a must visit and let us tell you, hot coffee and a pile of books along with your significant other is all you need.
This picturesque island which is expected to submerge in about 2000 days gives you reason enough to spend your honeymoon there. The white sand beaches, the authentic delicacies, and the adventurous activities altogether make Maldives a classic honeymoon destination.
Ah, Las Vegas! The party culture of this place needs no introduction but if that’s not enough, get ready to jump off your seat to book your honeymoon tickets as Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato are coming to Las Vegas for a live concert in August 2016.
Goa is a holiday destination much hyped for all the right reasons. The night clubs, the lip-smacking Goan cuisine, the shacks, the beaches and the luxurious resorts accompanied by light rainfall will make you want to settle there with your significant other.
Termed as a tropical paradise, Fiji is another very popular destination to be visited while it’s pouring in India. The temperature is comparatively colder but definitely a refreshing getaway from the unbearable humidity.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Plan your September honeymoon to Andaman and Nicobar for a panorama you must have never experienced before. The destination which is known for its scuba diving and the ferry to Havelock can surely promise you a pleasant time together.
Hope you make the most of your monsoon honeymoon.
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