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TO GIVE YOUR LOVED ONE AN EXTRA SENSE OF IMPORTANCE
When it comes to the clichéd ways of celebrating Valentine's Day in India, everyone thinks of a bouquet of red flowers, a box of various chocolates, a romantic dinner date, a lengthy drive, and watching the sunset. And if you're thinking, "Been there, done that," why not try something new this time? Head to these romantic and reserved areas that are not only quiet, picturesque, and solitary, but are made ideal in isolation to get away from the busy, overcrowded, and concrete jungles of metropolitan India.
LOHAGHAT – A STEP CLOSER TO THE HIMALAYAS
Want to go on a date among the snow-covered mountains? An excellent plan! For the ultimate in romance, head to Lohaghat, one of the most romantic destinations for Valentine’s Day weekend with the Himalayas as your backdrop. Spend this Valentine’s Day at Lohaghat, which is only 7 kilometres away from the impressive Abbott Peak, and reward yourself with the beautiful views of lush surroundings!
UDAIPUR– CITY OF ROMANCE
One of the top destinations for couples is said to be Udaipur. Due to the availability of intimate places to spend time with your sweetheart. The “City of Lakes” or the “Venice of the East” is how people refer to Udaipur. It has palaces and forts where you may enjoy a regal romantic encounter, exactly like the King and Queen, you know! Furthermore, February is the ideal month to broaden your horizons. Spend the next Valentine’s Day here in Udaipur.
OOTY – THE HONEYMOONERS’ HEAVEN
If you both enjoy the mountains, consider going to Ooty for this year’s Valentine’s Day celebration. Ooty is well known in South India as a romantic getaway. You won’t find anything like the hill station’s unmatched beauty. While the beautiful scenery will charm you both sufficiently, you may have a romantic outing to destinations like Avalanche Lake, six miles, or nine miles.
SRINAGAR – BLESSED WITH BEAUTY
Well, Srinagar's valleys are eagerly awaiting your arrival. Srinagar, which is adorned with snowcapped peaks and cool rivers, is the ideal location to spend your next Valentine's Day. For an exciting trip, you and your partner may enjoy activities like horseback riding, gondola rides, and more.
LOKTAK LAKE – THE LUSH FLOATING LAKE
The natural wonder of the floating Loktak Lake must be included on any list of romantic locations for Valentine’s Day celebrations in India. Loktak Lake is the first floating national park in the world and is situated in the sleepy hamlet of Moirang. It is also the largest freshwater lake in the whole Northeast. A trip to Loktak Lake on Valentine’s Day is likely to be a success thanks to its abundance of flora and fauna and more than 230 plant types.
MUNNAR – THE GREEN LAND OF INDIA
Munnar is the ideal location to celebrate Valentine’s Day in India if you’re thinking about doing it in the southern side of the nation. The place is brimming with an inescapable charm that will capture your heart like never before. It’s renowned for having beautiful green tea plantations where you may take beautiful shots. The ideal plan would be to remain at a resort and take in the splendour.
LAITMAWSIANG – AN UNIQUE & UNSPOILT PARK
Laitmawsiang is a hidden gem in Meghalaya's treasure trove, only around 50 kilometres from picturesque Shillong. The undiscovered Laitmawsiang park is the perfect location for those searching for exciting locations to visit on Valentine's Day. Laitmawsiang is one of Meghalaya's bestkept natural secrets.