10 Most Romantic New Year’s Eve Getaways


If you’re tired of the same old New Year’s celebrations, skip the crowd and usual parties and plan a weekend away. Keep reading for tempting romantic ideas across the country for your New Years Eve romantic getaway!

Manali

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From beautiful river valleys to stunning snowy peaks, there are many places to visit in Manali which are ideal for couples and honeymooners. The hill town is home to a bundle of picturesque sights and attractions that act as a perfect backdrop to your romantic outing. Wake up to the chirping of birds at a tree hideaway, try out thrilling adventure sports at Solang, admire the beauty of snow-clad Rohtang, or just enjoy a quiet meal at a riverside café—Manali has everything that guarantees you and your significant other a memorable time together. Click here for exclusive packages

Goa

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Having been the meeting point of various races, religions and cultures of east and west over the centuries, has a distinctive style quite different from the rest of india. A week or two spent revelling in the languid luxury of Goa’s sunny sosegado, or susegad, two Portuguese colonial-era terms roughly translated as ‘laid-backness,’ is one not to be missed on any hectic visit to mammoth, fascinating, often impossibly frenetic India. Click here for exclusive packages

Corbett

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Located in the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic Corbett National Park. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, it is famous for its wild population of Tigers, Leopards and Elephants. Corbett national park was established in 1936, as the Hailey National Park. India’s first national park and the first sanctuary to come under Project Tiger, Corbett supports a variety of vegetation making it the ideal habitat for the Tiger and its prey.
just take your pick and enjoy Corbett trip. Jungle safaris tour package takes you into the national park on jeep are conducted every morning and afternoon, accompanied by a professional guide.  Click here for exclusive packages

Wayanad

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Nestled in the Nilgiri biosphere, Wayanad is a pristine abode of mist-clad hills, plantations and luxurious forests with a rich tribal culture. In folk etymology Wayanad means ‘The Land of Paddy Fields’. Green all year round, this district has abundant flora and fauna, and is punctuated by legends and folklore. Click here for exclusive packages

Nainital:

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Nainital made the British feel homesick for Cumbrian Lake District, urging them to develop a similar town around the Naini Lake. Forested hills surround the lake. A busy bazaar is always humming with din of local shopkeepers calling out to tourists. Walking trails to breathtaking view points of the hills, all sum up the old charm of the small town. Dotted with many small lakes and villages, Nainital is a storehouse of surprises and fun. Click here for exclusive packages

Mysore

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Mysore is the third largest city in Karnataka and is considered to be the cultural
capital of the state. It is rated as one of the cleanest cities in India and is a popular tourist destination. The city is home to several sightseeing spots like Mysore Palace, Brindavan Gardens, Chamundi Hills, St. Philomenas Church, Mysore Zoo and Lalit Mahal Palace. Being a popular holiday destination, there are several hotels in Mysore to suit diverse budgets and interest. Click here for exclusive packages

Alleppey

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Allepey, noted for its bewitching backwaters is one of the popular destinations for backwater tourism in God’s Own Country. Referred to as “Venice of East”, Alleppey ( Alappuzha ) is the backwater capital of India. It is much admired due to its extraordinary nature beauty and cordial atmosphere. The town has come up around the canals and is situated between the Arabian Sea and the backwaters. It is a generous interconnection of lagoons that provide transportation instead of roadways. A visit to Alleppey provides you with an experience on the luxurious houseboats that tours on the tranquil backwaters and you witness luxuriant greenery, scenic views of the lakes and canals. Click here for exclusive packages

Pondicherry

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The sun, sea and sand have for long inspired romance and captured the imagination of poets. Therefore, understandably so, beaches have always been one among the favourite destinations of couples. Places like Goa will never lose their charm but one could try and explore more romantic getaways like Pondicherry or Puducherry, which are less commercialised and populated. Long winding roads, cute French- style cottages overlooking deep blue waters, clean beaches and a delicious mix of continental and South Indian cuisine awaits you at Pondicherry, fondly known as Pondy by the locals. Time will stop for you, as you leisurely stroll down the cobbled streets of this dreamy town, hands entwined with your loved one. Click here for exclusive packages

Jaipur

9why pick Jaipur? To put it succinctly: Jaipur is simply magnificent, from its gorgeous and ornately decorated Amber Fort and palaces to its rich and varied cuisine to the warmth of its people. In terms of sumptuous romantic charm, India is hard to beat. It’s a place of ancient wisdom, fabulous scenery and incredible culture. Certainly, trying to prepare yourself for your experience in India is almost impossible because it’ll probably be quite different than you imagine. Click here for exclusive packages

Shimla

10Shimla is the most preferred location and is the all time favorite destination for most of the people from India and from foreign countries. Planning for a tour in such location is really a fantastic option. Visit Shimla Market and The Ridge in the evening. These are the best places to know Shimla in a better way. The Ridge road is the venue for Summer Festival in the city Christ Church, Tudorbethan-styled library and statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, and Dr. Y.S. Parmar are the prime attractions on The Ridge road. Click here for exclusive packages

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