Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations for Busy Bangaloreans

Indian weddings
are lavish affairs and the celebrations can last for nearly a month, making the
newlyweds desperately seeking a vacation. Perhaps, that’s why honeymoons came
into existence. However, today’s career-driven generation, especially in
Bangalore, hardly gets enough leaves to accommodate both wedding and a long
relaxing honeymoon. Often they need to compromise on the later to get back to
their busy schedule.

Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations for Busy Bangaloreans


If you are also
one of the busy couples who cannot go for a long vacation in a faraway location
due to time constraint, we suggest you to explore the following beautiful
places near Bangalore. These localities will not only charm you with their
unadulterated exoticness but also will offer a perfect backdrop for some
breathtaking photos, which can enhance your
Wedding Photography album by several notches.

Ooty: If hills are
on your mind, go to Ooty. Referred as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations,’ this
incredibly romantic destination will instantly relax you with its lush meadows,
cascading waterfalls, pristine lakes and the magnificent tea and coffee
plantations. The Government rose garden, Doddabetta peak,  Mudumalai
National Park and tiger reserve etc. are the must visit places. Don’t forget to
experience a ride on the steam locomotives of Nilgiri Mountain Railway, a
UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.

Goa: For
beach-bums, no other place can present as much fun and frolic as Goa offers. A
haven for water-sport, this place is just perfect for the adventurous couples.
However, if you are not the sporty type, no problem! Laze on the beach-shacks
or take a romantic hand-in-hand stroll on the pristine seashores. Shop, eat,
drink and be merry at the unique ‘Saturday Night Market’ in Arpora. Visit Old
Goa to sample on Portuguese lifestyles. Gorge on mouthwatering seafood and
drink local ‘Fenny.’ In short, Goa has something for every couple, who can
bring lovely memories in the form of photographs.

Gokarna: If you are
looking for a quieter beach town, visit Gokarna. This temple town has multiple
beaches; the best being the famous ‘Om’ beach. There are many resorts offering
world class facilities and scrumptious foods. However, avoid going there in
summers since the temperature can be quite scorching.

Bandipur: For wildlife
enthusiasts, Bandipur is an ideal destination. The National Park with a Tiger
Reserve, has rich flora and fauna, making the safaris extremely thrilling. You
can easily spot elephants, deer, bison, and monkeys along with a wide variety
of birds. Stay in one of the jungle lodges to experience the wilderness to the
fullest.  

Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations for Busy Bangaloreans


Mysore: If you
don’t have more than just a weekend to spare, go to Mysore. This beautiful
palace city is the closest destination from Bangalore (146 km) and can be
easily accessed by rail and road. There are multiple resorts for you to relax
and plentiful tourist attractions. Mysore Palace, Jaganmohan Palace, Brindavan
Gardens, Chamundeshwari Temple, Mysore Zoo, Kukkarahalli Lake, St. Philomena’s
Church etc. are the few places which you can’t miss. While in the city, don’t
forget to buy the lovely Mysore silk saris and other handicrafts from Cauvery
Handicrafts and Karnataka Silks Udyog State Handicraft Emporium.

Whichever place you choose,
try to allot at least three nights and four days to explore the location
properly. This is even more important because, you also need to relax to look
fresh on the photos, which will acquire a decent amount of space in the album
shot by your
Candid Wedding Photographer In Bangalore.

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