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Adventure Honeymoons

By Andres M Molier

So you just got married, or say you are getting married soon. Now the goosebumps, honeymoon… where do I go? Only if I wait for another few months then I can go up north and have a gala time in the snow!!! Oh, only if I get you just got married, or you about to get married soon! Now the goosebumps… honeymooooon… where do I go, where can we possibly go?

 Only if the wedding can wait for another couple of months—I don’t really want to get married in the summer months, for winters are best for honeymoon trips! Everyone I know went up north for their honeymoon—Snow—Manali—Shimla—Rohtang Pass—enough is enough with these outdated ideas. Let’s do something out of the box and change the regularity, let’s become pioneers. Monsoon has its own beauty—let’s embrace it!
Remember the movie, Ajnabee? Rajesh Khanna and Zeenat Aman sensually locked in a backyard singing the song, bheegi bheegi raaton mein, such is the beauty of monsoon. Or the song, rimjhim rimjhim, in 1942 A Love Story — Anil Kapoor and Manisha Koirala, featuring in such a wanderlust scene — it’s only when we start to believe, good things happen. Even one of the greatest Hollywood movies such as Singin’ in the Rain, idealize monsoon in the best possible way. Don’t they look fun? Let’s get started.
Trekking is a leisure exercise! Imagine the meadows, valleys and hills, locked amid lashing green— the perfect couple walking hand in hand and enjoying the most mesmerising sight — engulfed by absolute passion and desire. Such is the power of trekking! Especially during the monsoon, nature is at its best height — the occasional light showers making you run looking for a shelter — almost breathless lips locked under a tree. And you think it happens only in movies — how about we suggest to you exotic places, would you try? The Nilgiri Hills, Karakoram, Zanskar Range, Pir Panjal Range, Shiwalik Hills, Satpura Range, Western Ghats, and Kudremukh Hills are amazing destinations for trekking. Say goodbye to the regular honeymooning styles; let’s do something out-of-the-box. Surrender to nature — don’t rush — enjoy each step of the togetherness — let magic be created for you!
Let’s romanticize the idea and call it ‘aqua.’ Aqua too has a way of crafting magical moments. Sometimes, landmasses look better in picture, but with aqua, lenses very often fail to capture the wondrous water-bodies — because one has to be in it to feel it! A glimpse, imagine a scenario where the love of your life is holding your hand; the grip growing harder with each passing minute, but not a word is spoken — totally bewitched under a spell! And in front of you is a homogenous screen — an enormous waterfall. Rainbows, splashes, rubbing each other like two does, the unspoken desires…everything is suddenly theatrical!
This is a fairytale finally coming true! Dudhsagar Waterfall (Goa), Jog Waterfall (Karnataka), Thosegharh Waterfall (Maharashtra), Athirappilly Waterfall (Kerala), Dhuandhar Waterfall (Madhya Pradesh), Barehipani Falls (Orissa), Langshiang Fall (Maghalaya), and Meenmutty Falls (Kerala) are few outstanding waterfalls to mention. It’s now or never, for the right time is now!
Visualise one of those classic Bollywood scenes where the hero and the heroin splashes water on each other; trying to steal a kiss, pinching the cheek, and reciting one of the most enchanting lyrics and notes. It sounds quite quixotic, isn’t it? But where there is a will there is a way! Forget places like Venice and Italy—there are reasons why foreign honeymooners travel to India; let’s find out! Travel to Udaipur, get on a boat, and somewhere midway, hold his/her hand and sing his/her favorite song — bet nothing can buy that moment! Lake Pichola and Udai Sagar are two marvelous lakes in the country — they are just ideal for couples. Many couples also visit these places to rejuvenate their marriage life, thus for a honeymooner and young couples, it’s an absolute bliss.
Great Forts
Another way to spend a memorable honeymoon is to visit forts in India. Most newly married couples would like to visit hill-stations, especially during winter months. They also anxiously wait for the winter months to come to feel the snow — imagine the months you’d be wasting. And, it’s no crime to think out-of-the-box! India is a land of forts, and throughout the history, one of the best forts was built in India. We are all caught in a mountain of work throughout our life, thus honeymoon is one of the only times to explore the country. Obviously, Rajasthan has the best forts. You may think that summers in Rajasthan are excruciatingly hot, but with the monsoon in sight, the mercury cools down drastically. Give it a try! Visit cities such as Jaisalmer and Udaipur; Neemrana is also make it to the top list. And, down south, Tamil Nadu has an ocean of forts; in fact some of them are more remarkable than the ones in Rajasthan. Besides, if hunting for forts just isn’t your type, visit Neemrana, Heritage Hotels in Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner. They are absolutely beautiful, a once in a lifetime treat!
Beach Retreat
You’ll have a lifetime to cuddle with your beloved at home, but how often do you get to do that at some of the world’s most beautiful beaches? Of course it’s a fantasy to visit beaches in Southern France, Florida, Thailand and Indonesia, but does it really make sense to visit them when you haven’t seen the beaches in your own country? Did you know that Varkala beach (Kerala), Gokarna (Karnataka), Palolem (Goa), Marari (Kerala), Yarada Beach (Andhra Pradesh), Agonda Beach (Goa) and etc. are considered to be some of the best beaches in the world? Keep the money for some rainy days, spend less, but still visit the best places in the world. What about visiting Lakshadweep and Andaman and Nicobar Islands — has it ever crossed your mind? We can only imagine those waves, chill breeze, bikinis, blue water, exotic food, fresh beverages…the list just goes on. And with the monsoon around, nothing can stop your romantic ideas!
Snorkeling and Scuba Diving
Of late, Bollywood has explored its fair share of snorkeling and scuba diving, and you can’t deny the excitement it fuels. Even if it frightens you at the back of your mind, you know it has what it takes! How many Indians, or how many of your friends do you think have in fact experienced snorkeling and scuba diving? Be the selected few, for you have what it takes! Barefoot, at Havelock Jungle Resort in Havelock Island, Andaman and Nicobar is your destination. If Andaman is too far for you, Goa is another great destination. And if Goa is a child’s play for you, pack, for you are flying to Lakshadweep Islands. And for those of you new to the term; snorkeling and scuba diving, it’s no rocket science — few hours of classes is good enough to give the best time of your life. And if you’re in doubt, Lakshadweep is one of the destinations for snorkeling and scuba diving.
If you ask around, people would generally give you plain answers, common explanations. Of course it’s the period when a man and a woman spend their first few weeks or months as husband and wife, and find way into each other. But many forget that it’s also the time to learn about, discover and explore each other — cultivate new habits, and find ways to appreciate new things. And there can be no perfect way to start the first days in the woods…let’s go on a safari. The pleasant things include, nature, animals, birds, off the maddening crowd and etc, but changes come when you have to learn patience and adapt to new things. Being in the wild will teach you patience, and how to adapt in new environments. And if you find this challenging, simply out-of-the-box, here are some destinations. Jim Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand), Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh), Sunderbans National Park (West Bengal), Bandhavgarh National Park (Madhya Pradesh), Kaziranga National Park (Assam), Gir Forest National Park (Gujarat), and Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan) are few places to mention.

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