A Small Tour To The Most Romantic Places to go on valentines day With Your Loved One Might Be All The Therapy You Need!
Advanced Happy Valentine’s Day Wishes! We are as excited as you to welcome this year’s Valentine’s Day. A special occasion that demands nothing but an infinite of love and cuddles from your most special people, the 14th of February is a remarkable day in everyone’s lives. Apart from the usual Valentine’s Day customs like gifting, partying, and going on dinner dates, there are different ways in which you can spend the day. One of the sweetest things we recommend you to do is an excursion to India’s most Places to go on valentines day with your special someone. Get away from the congested concrete jungles of urban India and visit these romantic and reserved places that are not only tranquil, scenic, and secluded, but hidden insanely beautifully in the heart of India.
here is a selection of breathtaking locations in India that you must visit with your special someone on valentines day. For you to have the most amazing experience, we have covered the entire country, from North to South and East to West.
1. Minicoy, Lakshadweep
The southern region of Lakshadweep is home to the exotic location known as Minicoy. Isn’t this location, with its turquoise waters, beautiful sands, and vibrant reefs, wonderfully romantic? Couples can enjoy the much-needed privacy in this setting, and if you both enjoy the sea, choose an accommodation close to the beach.
2. Gavi, Kerala
Gavi is a village in Kerala, India’s Pathanamthitta district. The forests of Gavi are abundant in wildlife, especially wild animals like tigers and elephants as well as many species of butterflies and wild orchids. The dropping temperature, serene atmosphere, and it’s breathtaking scenic beauty make it one of India’s most underrated romantic places.
3. Ooty, Tamil Nadu
Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam, is one of the most popular cities in Tamil Nadu. The chilly weather and the lanky mountains set a romantic mood. Electric bike tours through tea gardens, sightseeing of the blue hills, and outdoor picnic dates make Ooty a quintessentially romantic spot on Valentine’s Day.
4. Agonda Beach, Goa
Agonda will provide you with some quiet time with your better half when the rest of Goa may be buzzing with parties until dawn. What more could you want for a romantic retreat on Valentine’s Day than a long stroll, some time in the sun, watching the sunset, and a candlelit dinner?
5. Jodhpur, Rajasthan
The second largest city in Rajasthan, Jodhpur houses many royal palaces, forts and temples that are aesthetically pleasing. The traditional sweets of Jodhpur are world-famous making the place all the more romantic! Apart from palaces and forts, there are also beautiful lakes, biological parks, and gardens for visiting.
6. Mussoorie, Uttarakhand
Mussoorie is a beautiful hill station in Dehradun. Many of us might know it from the funny anecdotes of the famous Indian author Ruskin Bond. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Mussoorie has much to offer for every lovebird keen to celebrate their valentine’s day to the fullest.
7. Arwah Caves, Meghalaya
The whole northeast part of India is breathtakingly beautiful with its chilly tea gardens, unique cultures, and lofty mountains. However, the Arwah Caves of Meghalaya are popular for its beautiful fossils hidden deep inside the caverns and the underwater streams running in maze-like patterns. A perfect tourist place for adventurous couples to dwell in its picturesque scenery.
8. Dal Lake, Kashmir
Dal Lake is situated in Srinagar, Kashmir. Known as the “Jewel in the crown of Kashmir”, Dal Lake is perfect for water activities like canoeing, boating, swimming, and snow skiing (when the water is fully frozen). The lake has numerous sites and places of interest, many of which are important to the cultural heritage of Srinagar.