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Top hubs in India to avoid on honeymoons

Honeymoon is an occasion which prolongs the event of marriage and in a way brings the couples together and strengthens the bond between them. It should be enjoyable for the couple where they can spend time together in peace and solace and in turn discover more of themselves. So, it is very important to choose a proper a suitable destination for honeymoon because it happens only once and is totally different from other tours.

Any Shrines or places of worship should be avoided for honeymoon. The main reason is, in a country like India these places remain heavily crowded throughout the year and such places of worship are mostly found to be dirty or unclean. No new couple would like to be greeted with a thousand gazes when they visit a place, so it’s better to avoid any Shrines.

It is also advisable to avoid cities like Delhi or Kolkata for honeymoons. There are tourist spots in these places no doubt, but being a busy city it very difficult to find a peaceful place away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is also very disgusting in these cities during the summer season as it gets very hot in the cities.

Time Factor:
The time factor plays a very important role, i.e. when you are planning for your honeymoon. The beaches or coastal areas of India like Goa, Kerala are ideal places for honeymoon but during the monsoons it would be a bad idea. During the rainy season these becomes wet and sloppy.

The hill stations are also a good place to celebrate honeymoon but visiting these places during the winter can be like a nightmare, because a person have to face extreme cold temperatures and it might be a problem to for him to keep himself well.
If someone plans to visit Rajasthan or Gujarat then it shouldn’t be in the summer season. During the summer season these places experience high temperatures like 45 degrees to 50 degrees Celsius.

If one decides on visiting the Sunder bans, then it would be a disaster during the monsoons. Everything becomes wet and damp and one cannot go out on a jungle safari in the pouring rains.

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