Honeymoons in India

If you are looking for an enchanting destination for your honeymoon full of culture and excitement then why not explore India. Taste incredible Indian cuisine and visit one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal for some wonderful memories and fantastic honeymoon photography.

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India Overview

From the stunning sandy beaches in Goa to the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, magnificent mountain ranges and romantic experiences in Rajasthan, India is one of the most up and coming honeymoon destination for newlyweds from around the world. When it comes to accommodation in India you can relax because you will be faced with so many wonderful hotels and resorts to choose from during your honeymoon that making a final decision will be tough.

If you wish to explore more than one city in India for your honeymoon then travelling from the North to the South or the East to the West is relatively easy. Take some incredible photography on your honeymoon if you visit the phenomenal Taj Mahal located in Agra, and why not visit the capital city of India, New Delhi to get a real taste of Indian culture during your stay. Your honeymoon in India will be one to remember forever and will provide you with memories to share with your friends and family for years to come.

Key Facts for India

Currency: Indian Rupee

Capital: New Delhi

Languages: Hindi, English

Flight time: 9 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in India

India typically has four seasons. Winter spreads from December through to April with the colder months ranging from 10-15°C. The summer, or pre-monsoon season lasts from April to June where temperatures can average between 32 and 40 degrees. Between June and September the heaviest rains will fall; this is typically known as the peak monsoon or rainy season and Post monsoon season from October to December.

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Getting Married in India

If you are looking for an extremely cultural destination full of excitement and wonderful experiences then why not consider having your wedding abroad in India.  India is known for its historic landmarks, phenomenal food and hot climate.  Your wedding in India would be magnificent and would create memories to last a life time.  There are hundreds of resorts and hotels in different regions of India such as Mumbai, Goa, Agra and New Delhi all of which would be happy to help you plan your magical wedding abroad.  Imaging your wedding photography outside the Taj Mahal or why not stay on and explore more of India during your destination wedding experience.

Marriage Requirements

India

The rules and regulations for getting married in India are currently being updated.  For further information visit - http://ukinindia.fco.gov.uk/en/help-for-british-nationals/living-in-india/Marriage-and-birth-in-India

Real Weddings in India

Pree & Tom
In India on 13-Dec-2013
Akanksha & Anant
In India on 28-Jun-2010

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