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Forget the Maldives cliché and let India serenade your honeymoon! From emerald hills to pristine beaches, this vibrant land offers unforgettable experiences without burning a hole in your pocket. Ditch the luxury labels and embrace these 10 best honeymoon places in India in low budget  ₹50,000:

Best honeymoon places in India in low budget

1. Munnar, Kerala: Cost: ₹30,000

  • Where to Stay: Rose Gardens Homestay (₹1,200/night) offers cozy charm nestled amidst tea plantations.
  • Specialty: Emerald tea vistas, cascading waterfalls, misty mornings, Nilgiri Mountain Railway.
  • Food to Try: Savor a Sadhya at Spice Route Restaurant (₹300) – a traditional Keralan vegetarian feast on a banana leaf.
  • Cost Hacks: Pack snacks and enjoy scenic picnics. Take public buses (₹50-₹100) for short trips.
  • Alternative: Wayanad, Kerala (Cost: ₹32,000) – lush rainforests, wildlife sanctuaries, trekking trails. Stay at Treetop Villa Resort (₹1,500/night) for a unique experience.
best honeymoon places in India in low budget

2. Coorg, Karnataka: Cost: ₹35,000

  • Where to Stay: Pepper Green Retreat (₹1,800/night) provides stunning coffee estate views and homestyle comfort.
  • Specialty: Picturesque hills, coffee trails, wildlife sightings, Coorgi pandi curry.
  • Food to Try: Sample Pandi Curry at Igloo Restaurant (₹250) – a flavorful pork dish with steamed rice.
  • Cost Hacks: Rent a motorbike (₹300/day) to explore on your own. Opt for village guesthouses (₹1,200/night). Pack breakfast and snacks.
  • Alternative: Chikmagalur, Karnataka (Cost: ₹33,000) – similar coffee plantation vibes, scenic hills. Stay at Mallige Homestay (₹1,300/night) for a local touch.
best honeymoon places in India in low budget

3. Alappuzha, Kerala: Cost: ₹38,000

  • Where to Stay: Alappuzha Houseboat (₹8,000/night) offers a classic backwater experience at an affordable price.
  • Specialty: Backwaters cruise, fishing villages, birdwatching, Karimeen fry.
  • Food to Try: Dive into a crispy Karimeen Fry at Punnamada Backwaters Resort (₹350) – with kappa (tapioca dumplings) and coconut chutney.
  • Cost Hacks: Choose an overnight houseboat stay instead of full cruises. Explore less-traveled canals for a cheaper and more authentic experience. Pack snacks and drinks.
  • Alternative: Goa (Cost: ₹38,000) – stunning beaches, backwater cruises, vibrant nightlife. Stay at La Cabana Beach Resort (₹1,500/night) for beachside bliss.
best honeymoon places in India in low budget

4. Darjeeling, West Bengal: Cost: ₹32,000

  • Where to Stay: Glenburn Tea Estate (₹1,300/night) offers charming colonial vibes and stunning views.
  • Specialty: Hill station charm, toy train journey, tea plantations, Momos.
  • Food to Try: Sample Thukpa at Glenburn Restaurant (₹180) – a Tibetan noodle soup alongside savory momos.
  • Cost Hacks: Stay in budget hotels away from the main tourist zone (₹1,000/night). Cook basic meals in your room or utilize shared kitchens in hostels. Take the public Toy Train for an unforgettable experience.
  • Alternative: Ooty, Tamil Nadu (Cost: ₹30,000) – similar hill station charm, botanical gardens, boat rides. Stay at Nilgiri Hills Hotel (₹1,200/night) for heritage ambiance.
best honeymoon places in India in low budget

5. Hampi, Karnataka: Cost: ₹28,000

  • Where to Stay: Hampi Backpackers Hostel (₹300/night) offers affordable comfort and a chance to meet fellow travelers.
  • Specialty: Historical ruins, rock climbing, Hampi Festival of Lights, Masala Dosa.
  • Food to Try: Indulge in a Masala Dosa at Mango Tree Restaurant (₹120) – a crispy crepe stuffed with potato masala.
  • Cost Hacks: Avoid peak season and festivals for cheaper accommodation and travel. Explore the ruins independently instead of guided tours. Pack snacks and water to avoid dependence on expensive tourist shops.

5. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh: Cost: ₹28,000

  • Where to Stay: New Horizon Homestay (₹800/night) offers budget-friendly comfort and local hospitality near the temples.
  • Specialty: UNESCO-listed erotic temples, intricate carvings, vibrant cultural experiences, Bundelkhand cuisine.
  • Food to Try: Sample a Bundelkhandi Thali at Chattar Mahal Restaurant (₹250) – a traditional vegetarian feast with local flavors.
  • Cost Hacks: Explore the temples independently using travel guides or apps. Avoid peak season and festivals for cheaper travel and accommodation. Pack lunch and snacks to minimize restaurant expenses.
  • Alternative: Rishikesh, Uttarakhand (Cost: ₹30,000) – spiritual aura, yoga retreats, adventure activities, delicious street food. Stay at Zostel Rishikesh (₹400/night) for a backpacker-friendly vibe.
6. McLeodganj, Himachal Pradesh:
  • Cost: ₹35,000
  • Where to Stay: Triund Guesthouse (₹600/night) offers stunning views of the Dhauladhar mountains and a Tibetan cultural experience.
  • Specialty: Tibetan influence, Buddhist monasteries, trekking trails, breathtaking Himalayan vistas, momos and Tibetan food.
  • Food to Try: Sample Tingmo and Sha Phaley at Tibet Kitchen (₹200) – steamed bread and stir-fried vegetables for a hearty and authentic meal.
  • Cost Hacks: Hike to Triund instead of booking a taxi for stunning views on a budget. Cook basic meals in your guesthouse or try affordable local Tibetan street food.
  • Alternative: Udaipur, Rajasthan (Cost: ₹38,000) – romantic lake city, stunning palaces, boat rides, Rajasthani cuisine. Stay at Haveli on the Lake (₹1,800/night) for a touch of royalty.

Remember, these are just starting points! Adjust your itinerary based on your interests, travel style, and budget. Embrace the unexpected, wander off the beaten path, and create lasting memories on your Indian honeymoon adventure!

Ashwini Timbadia

Ashwini Timbadia

Greetings, fellow travelers! I am Ashwini Timbadia, an avid explorer and founder of Timbadiainsights.com, a haven for wanderlust enthusiasts seeking inspiration and guidance. My passion for traversing the globe has led me on countless adventures, uncovering hidden gems and forging unforgettable memories. Through the pages of my blog, I aim to ignite your wanderlust and provide you with the tools to embark on your own journeys of discovery. Whether you're seeking recommendations for off-the-beaten-path destinations or tips for navigating the world with ease, I'm here to be your travel companion.

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