Top Adventure Honeymoon Destinations in India

Adventure honeymoon is an emerging trend in recent years. Not every couple wants to spend their honeymoon in tranquil romantic getaways, many prefer to enjoy their time together actively participating in fun activities and indulging in adventure sports. Here are a few adventure honeymoon destinations of India that such couples can explore and enjoy.
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Lakhshdweep and Andaman Islands


The mesmerising beaches of Lakshdweep offer ample opportunity to enjoy adventure sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking. You will get a chance to witness the spectacular marine life of the Indian Ocean. Similarly, the honeymooners can indulge in scuba diving at Andaman Islands for an unforgettable experience. The waters of Andaman open the window to the colourful life of the sea world.

Best time to visit: October to May.


Leh-Ladakh


Ladakh gives honeymooners a chance to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding. Couples can enjoy sporting adventures like trekking, paragliding and mountain biking here. You can do the mountain biking to encounter some of the most beautiful throughways. The route for mountain biking involves some of the highest passes in the world such as Bara-lacha la, Tanglal La, and Lachulung La.

Best time to visit: June to September (July-August are the best months for trekking and to enjoy white water rafting)
 


Bandhavgarh


To truly experience an adventurous honeymoon, visit Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh. Enjoy wildlife safari and bird watching here in the national park. You can also indulge in trekking through the forests of Vindhya Range. For accommodation you can choose to dwell in well-equipped cottages or enjoy a thrilling experience atop a tree house. It is an experience that you will cherish throughout your lifetime.

Best time to visit: The park is open from October 15 to June 30. The best time to visit will be November to March. 


Uttarakhand


Uttarakhand is home to beautiful water streams, serene lakes, mighty peaks and stretches of coniferous forests. Since this state has many mountains and peaks, newlyweds can enjoy a great deal in trekking the natural trail and experiencing the beauty of this place. The best places to visit include Nainital, Rishikesh, Ranikhet, Almora, Auli and Mussoorie. Adventure freaks can enjoy river rafting, paragliding and skiing.

Best time to visit:  You can go any time or depending on which activity you are planning to do.   


Ranthambore


If you wish to enjoy an adventurous honeymoon that is different as well as exciting, head to Ranthambore National Park in the Aravalli Range of Rajasthan. On the way to the park you will get to see some of the most exotic animals such as flying foxes, gazelles, nilgai, etc. You can also see a tiger if you are lucky. Apart from enjoying the wildlife, you can embark on excursions to nearby places such as Sawai Madhopur, Bundi, Karauli, etc.

Best time to visitThe best time to visit is November to February, though the best time for tiger sightings is April-May.

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