5 Romantic Honeymoon Getaways for March

Planning a romantic honeymoon? Then March is the perfect time to indulge in the amorous holiday. India has amazing honeymoon places which will make your trip a memorable one according to your moods and budget. Choose your honeymoon holiday destination from relaxing hideaways in the hills, fairy tale deserts, relaxing beaches, thrilling natural surroundings, and of course the exotic Taj Mahal, India has a lot to offer for a delightful honeymoon.

Being literally impossible to make a list of the most ideal romantic destination, here is a list of 5 Romantic Honeymoon Getaways for March.


The beautiful beach state is popular for a Goa holiday vacation. Owing to its picturesque beaches, swaying palms, Colonial structures, delightful delicacies and an easy-going, relaxed environment with equal doses of thrill and adventure the getaway is perfect for you to spend a pleasant time.


Royal palaces, temples, havelis, lakes and vibrant markets add to the charm of this Rajasthan city. Appreciate spectacular attractions or take boat rides on the lakes. The getaway is for couples seeking romantic endeavors in the royal hospitality of Rajputs.


The beautiful hill station, Nainital is the suburbs resolved among Uttarakhand's Kumaon range. The Naini Lake & the picturesque waters of the numerous lakes, the busy markets and the adventure of the hills make for pleasant honeymoon.


Beyond words is the beauty of God’s own Country. Romance comes alive in the serene beaches, the peaceful backwaters and the ever soothing hill station home to tea plantations and lush greenery. The coastal state is perfect to get away and be in a world of their own.


The second largest city in the state of Rajasthan is a romantic location for honeymoon vacation. Places, forts and temples are allures. You can check out Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan, Jaswant Thada and such locations. Being on the onshore of Thar Desert, indulge in the timeless desert experiences.

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