Kerala is fast evolving as a honeymooner’s paradise owing to the exquisite beauty of the landscape & its innumerable tourist attractions. As honeymooners, you can relax, unwind and spend lots of time together in some of the most attractive destinations in Kerala. If you want to enjoy some really private moments in a serene & tranquil ambience, what would be better than taking your loved one on a fascinating backwater cruise in Alappuzha or a leisurely romantic stroll along the sunny beaches of Kovalam. And if that’s not enough, of you can explore the land’s wilder side, savor the delectable local cuisine or go to one of the Ayurvedic spas for a refreshing therapeutic message. You can even take a trip to some of the most beautiful hill stations in Kerala. Experience the thrill of romance in the cool, misty environs of Munnar or Vagamon & make your honeymoon a truly special one!


Situated 16kms from the Thiruvananthapuram city, Kovalam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kerala. The sun-kissed beaches of Kovalam, sheltered by gently swaying coconut palms, are ideal for honeymoon vacations. Kovalam, is in fact, a cluster of three alluring beaches - the Lighthouse Beach, the Hawah Beach & the Samudra Beach.
Things you can do: Honeymooners can indulge in plenty of activities here – watch the beautiful sunrise, go for leisure walks, swimming or boat cruises or get a rejuvenating massage at ayurvedic resorts. If you are a shopping freak, then you can buy high-quality souvenirs at Kovalam that include ethnic handicrafts from Kashmir, Rajasthan and Tibet, batik prints, leaf paintings & so on.


Situated in the lofty ranges of the Western Ghats in Kerala, Periyar is a prominent wildlife tourist destination in the state. Also known as Thekkady, the picturesque Periyar is famous for its immense variety of unique flora & fauna such as cormorant, deer, monkey, mynas, pigeon, sambar, tiger etc. In fact, Thekkady is one of India's most attractive natural wildlife sanctuaries, where you can watch wildlife at conveniently close quarters.
Things you can do: If you are a nature enthusiast or have a strong passion for outdoors, then Thekkady would be the best place to spend your honeymoon! To pep up your adventurous spirit, embark on an elephant safari, get a face-face encounter with the wild, enjoy a good boat ride or go for mountain hikes. While on your honeymoon, you can also take a trip to the famous Cardamom hills and the renowned pilgrim centre of Sabarimala.


Situated in the Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar is an extremely popular hill station in Kerala. One of the most preferred honeymoon destinations in the state, Munnar is known for its charming, picturesque locale as well as the pleasant climate. In addition, Munnar is also famous for its exotic tea plantations, mind-blowing landscape, majestic mountains& rare species of herbs, flora and fauna. The highest peak in South India, Anaimudi, is also located in Munnar & is an ideal spot for trekking.
Things you can do: Honeymooners can indulge in numerous activities such as trekking, visit tea plantations or comfortably relax in the peaceful ambience. And if you are lucky enough, you can witness the Munnar hills carpeted in blue with ‘Neelakurinji’ - an exotic blue flowering plant that blooms only once in 12 years!


Situated close to the city of Kottayam, Kumarakom is a veritable paradise for newly-wed couples. The major attraction of Kumarakom is its beautiful backwaters. The picturesque village of Kumarakom is located on the Vembanad Lake & attracts hordes of tourists every year with its captivating sights - luxuriant mangrove forests, backwaters fringed with swaying coconut palms, vast expanse of paddy fields & a fascinating variety of wild life. Ornithologists & nature lovers can catch awesome glimpses of various species of birds.
Things you can do: Take a backwater cruise on traditional houseboats or ‘Kettuvallams’ or go for fishing, swimming and canoeing. Rejuvenate your mind, body & spirit with relaxing Ayurvedic massages and therapeutic treatments. Visit Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary – one of the popular bird sanctuaries in India situated on the banks of Vembanad Lake. The sanctuary is home to various kinds of colorful birds including the migratory ones such as the Siberian Crane. If you are a shopaholic, you can purchase plenty of items here - rare antiques, bamboo canes, aromatic spices, grass mats, hand woven textiles & what not!


Located on the southern tip of the Deccan Plateau, Wayanad is a region rich in bio-diversity & houses numerous tourist attractions. A favored honeymoon destination. Wayanad’s pristine landscape is studded with luxuriant tropical forests, exotic flora & fauna, attractive hill stations, ridges, vast spice plantations, stupendous waterfalls and sparkling water streams. Wayanad, spread across a sprawling area of 2,132 square kilometers on the Western Ghats, is a part of the UNESCO world network of Biosphere Reserves in India. Wayanad is also home to some of the earliest pre-historic engravings in Kerala, These primitive etchings, found in the foothills of Edakkal and around Ambukuthimala, stand witness to a fascinating pre-historic culture that dates back to the Mesolithic Age.
Things you can do: Embark on a fascinating trip to Vythiri & enjoy the mesmerizing view of the mist-clad mountains and the cascading waterfalls. You can even go for boating or kayaking at the Pookote Lake or explore the wilder side of Wayanad at the Begur Wildlife Sanctuary, Nature lovers can spend a night atop an exquisite tree house inside a spice plantation or visit the famed Muthanga Wildlife sanctuary where you can encounter various species of animals such as elephants, spotted dear, sambar, tigers, cheetah & much, much more. If you want to spend some moments in perfect peace & solitude, then go on a trip to the fascinating Kuruva Island, 950 acres of evergreen forest on the east-bound Kabani River. There is no human habitation in the island. The only things you can find in abundance are rare species of birds, orchids and exotic fauna! Archaeology lovers can visit the renowned Edakkal caves for spectacular glimpses of ancient cave art that dates back to 3000 years.