Manali - Your Ultimate honeymoon Destination
Where would you go if you were asked to find both life and solitude together in one place?
I wouldn’t know about you but as far as I am concerned, it has to be Manali. Peacefully nestled in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is the ultimate resort town of India. Since I live in Delhi, which is about 1077km. from Manali and could be reached in just a few hours, I visit Manali everytime I want to get away from a monotonous hectic schedule. I would very much advise the Honeymooners to choose, if possible, personal vehicles or to hire personal taxis to reach the beautiful town of Manali. It is because from the moment the car touches the roads leading into the scenic mountains of Himachal Pradesh, your soul & heart is filled with immense happiness.
Why Manali For Honeymoon ? This question often come across in every one mind and our answer is almost always the same, “because nothing comes even close to its snow capped peaks, apple spilling orchids and adventure sports.” Also, there is the Beas River whose banks have witnessed more love stories than any banquet hall in the world has. Walking through the dark Deodar woods one has enough space and solace to speak of their love.
Honeymoon is a once in a lifetime occasion when newlyweds celebrate their marriage. They want this occasion to be memorable.
The honeymoon destination is chosen very carefully by the couples. Every couple wants their honeymoon destination to be romantic and exotic. They want to be very close to nature.
Besides natural charm and unparalleled beauty, Manali is known for its unlimited adventure opportunities, the famous Hadimba Temple, the scenic Rohtang Pass, the snow-laden Solang Valley and its delightful culinary scene
Sitting in a cozy warm room, peeping out of a large window while it is snowing outside, even you get a chance to catch some snowflakes from your private balcony, what could be more thrilling honeymoon experience?
And what could be more interesting than celebrating a honeymoon on the riverside in Manali while live Kullu folk music and dance are being organized for you. Or, you are enjoying your dinner in the moonlight while bonfire keeping you warm.