If done properly, it is our opinion that an Indian honeymoon still represents about the most romantic destination on the planet.
That said, ten years ago an Indian honeymoon was a bad idea as a destination. Delhi belly and romance are not the best of bed-fellows, and frankly there was too great a risk of getting ill.
Now it’s all change – granted, food poisoning is still a possibility, but no more than in many destinations around the world, and the quality of hotels (and consequently the food) has improved immeasurably.
From the soaring Himalayas in the north to the seemingly endless string of white sand beaches in the south, the country has something for every honeymoon desire, be it impressive landscapes, outstanding cultural sites, romantic palace hotels, relaxing mountain or coastal retreats and invariably friendly people. There are innumerable experiences that Original Travel’s India team can talk you through in the search for the honeymoon itinerary perfectly designed just the way you want it.
Indian Honeymoon Gift List Service
Take advantage of our Honeymoon Gift List service! The service allows your loved ones to contribute to your Indian honeymoon by either purchasing experiences - anything from a candlelit dinner to a horse riding trip depending on your location - or giving money towards the overall cost of your Original Travel honeymoon.
Everyone we met was so kind and helpful and the hotels were beautiful.
‘I just wanted to say a huge thank you for all you did in organising my honeymoon for me.
We had the most wonderful trip and took in so much! Everyone we met was so kind and helpful and the hotels were beautiful. Devi Garh being one of our favorites!
Thank you so much again, it was truely a fantastic honeymoon and one which we will certainly remember. Have got to go through over 700 photographs now!’
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