Top Not To Miss Honeymoon Destinations in Kerala
Top Not To Miss Honeymoon Destinations in Kerala

Top Not To Miss Honeymoon Destinations in Kerala

Are you a newlywed couples who are planning to visit Kerala? Check out the information given below to come back home with the most cherished and memorable memories!

One important activity after the wedding is to seek for the romantic destinations for honeymoon, which is undoubtedly known to be a very important post marriage activity. It is the time when the couple gets to know each other at a private place. The choice of honeymoon destination becomes very important as it is crucial trip for the couple.

There are many honeymoon destination choices available in India these days. However, most of honeymoon couples can decide to go to the state of Kerala. It is among the top tourist destination of the world. The beautiful landscape is mesmerising and known to be perfect for the newlyweds. There are countless options, including hill stations, beaches, backwaters and wildlife sanctuaries that are worth visiting. 


  • Kannur – A Place to Make Your Romantic Experiences Remarkable


One destination to go for in Kerala is Kannur, which is the largest city in North Malabar region. This city is also known with the name of “Land of looms and lore”. The loom industry is very flourishing in the district. Apart from this, this place is also famous for its calming and soothing beaches. The native art of Theyyam is also very tempting for the tourists. There are many temples in the region and tourists love to make sacred visit to these temples.

The place is also known with the name of “Land of Krishna”. Honeymoon packages in Kannur offer visit to many temples like Kadalai Shri Krishnaswami Temple, Shri Rajarajeshwaram, Parassinikadavu Sree Muthappan Temple and Annapurneshwri Temple and Madayikavu.

The place of interest in Kannur include St Angelo Fort, Payyambalam Beach on Malabar Coast, Muzhappilangad Drive-in beach, Arakkal museum in Ayikkara, Sree Perlassery Temple, MGS Kalari Sangam, The Kannur Lighthouse, Puthiyatheru street, Baby Beach, Meenkunnu Beach, Mopla Bay in Ayikkara, Azhikkal Ferry near Azhikode, The Fort Road, Sea View Park near Payyambalam Beach, Thottada Beach, Parassinikkadavu Snake Park, Aralam wildlife sanctuary, Paithalmala hill station, Pazhassi Dam, Mangrove Trail of Malabar and many more.

It is well connected through rail and road. Situated on the National Highway 66 between Kozhikode and Mangalore, Kannur railway station is one of the prominent railway stations of the southern railway. The nearest airports are at Mangalore Airport and Calicut International Airport.

  • Kayaking and Scuba Diving - The Top Water Sports Activity


Kerala is also famous for water sports. Kayaking and scuba diving are unarguably the major attractions of the state. Kayaking is the use of kayak for moving across the water. A Kayak is a boat where paddler moves forward, legs in front, using a double-bladed paddle.

The real backwaters life can be experience while being at the kayak. It takes you to the places where houseboats and canoe can never take you. You are moving close to the water habitats. This activity is a great way to travel across the backwaters and get a firsthand experience of the village life living alongside the water.

Scuba diving is also a most in-demand water sports activity among locals and tourists. It is a fantastic method to enjoy the aquatic life for water enthusiasts. Scuba diving is a well promoted water sports in Kerala. The underwater life of beaches in the state is still mostly unexplored. Hence, it is enjoyed in great deal by the sports lovers.

  • Alleppey – A Top Holiday Destination for Romantic Couples


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Alleppey is another tourist place in Kerala popular amongst the romantic couples. It is considered as the oldest planned town in the state. This place is also referred to as the sixth largest town in the state of Kerala. Located 62 km away from the city of Kochi, Alleppey is known for its magnificent canals, backwaters, beaches and lagoons.

The availability of a number of romantic locations, including backwaters makes it a suitable choice amongst the newlyweds in India. The setting of the mind blowing backwaters is loved by the couple and other tourists who also call it as the “Venice of the East”.

Alleppey is a landmark between Arabian Sea and a range of rivers flowing into it. The languages of the place are Malyalam, Hindi, English and Tamil. Held on Punnamada Lake, it is also famous for the annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race. This tourist place is also popular for conducting the most competitive boat race in India. The sight of boat race attracts many viewers from all parts of the world.

Alleppey honeymoon tour packages offer visit to Alleppey Beach, Laccadive Sea, Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, Arthunkal Basilica, Mannarasala Temple, Chettikulangara Devi Temple, Haripad Subrahmanya Swamy Temple, Mullakkal Temple, Edathua Church, Alappuzha CSI Christ Church (oldest Anglican church in Kerala) and Champakulam Valia Palli Krishnapuram Palace and many more.

  • Boat Cruises – The Most Popular Activity of Alleppey Tourism


The boat cruises are also high points of the Alleppey tourism. People travel from far flung places to enjoy the boat race. The popular cruise route is Alleppey south to Kollam. It takes 8 hours to cover the distance. The journey includes stops for lunch, chai, a temple visit and also a Kathakali (Dance Drama).

Tourists including individuals and couples enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of Kerala backwaters on the cruise. The breathtaking scenery of palm lined banks, quiet water bound villages, Chinese fishing nets, prawn farming and coir manufacturing are seen while on the cruise.

  • Floating Houseboats Are Enough To Attract Newlyweds


The floating houseboats are other major attraction of the place. Alleppey houseboat packages are a perfect answer to honeymoon adventures. The couples can spend a quiet and serene time on the houseboats. The houseboats are equipped with all the facilities that a luxury hotel can offer to you. The facilities on the houseboat include a furnished bedroom, modern toilets, nice living rooms, a kitchen and a balcony.

You can relish the uninterrupted view from the houseboats. The houseboat staffs are very cozy and known providing the world-class hospitality services. The tasty food served on the houseboat is generally made of local cuisine. One can savor the different delicacies of Fish while on board.

  • Not to Miss Alleppey Beaches


Alleppey beaches in Kerala are another beautiful place suitable for your honeymoon. People also call it as an important maritime place in the history of Kerala. It is popular for boat races, backwater holidays, beaches, marine products and coir industry.

The pier which extends to the sea at the Alleppey beach is 137 years old. There is a beach park at this location that is also named as Vijaya Beach Park, which is also a major attraction for the beach visitors. The beach witnesses tourists from all parts of India and Europe. Allapuzha lighthouse at the beach is also a prominent tourist spot. Many filmmakers also visit this beach to shoot their films.