Slip away from the mundane of everyday life and escape into a world where you and your loved one can truly spend time with just each other. It could be an idyllic pool cottage overlooking a lake, a hot tub in the upper reaches of the Himalayas, or a romantic candle-lit dinner on the beach. India is full of romantic destinations from the north to the south. Indulge yourself and your loved one on a tour that is designed only for you, so that you enjoy a truly unforgettable romantic experience.


Located in south India, Kovalam is a quiet place with serene beaches. It is also home to the Napier Musuem and the Kuthiramalika Palace, both of which host priceless collections of artefacts from olden times. The tour’s highlight is the excursion to Kanyakumari, the southernmost point in the Indian peninsula. It is the meeting of three water bodies – the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. The multicoloured sand is a unique feature of the beach here and visiting this beach is an experience that you should truly share with a loved one.

Andaman Islands

The tour begins in Port Blair, where popular destinations include the Cellular Jail, Anthropological Musuem, Naval Museum and the Fisheries Aquarium. This is followed by stays in Neil Island and Havelock Island, where one can enjoy pristine white sand beaches and water activities like snorkelling and scuba diving. The island has such a carefree and relaxed atmosphere that it makes for a truly romantic experience.


The backwaters of Kerala offer a unique experience as a romantic getaway. You can cruise through the backwaters, viewing the beautiful greenery around you, but what sets this tour apart is the experience of staying in a houseboat, floating over the calm waters in the night. The tour also includes a few days in Cochin, where you can enjoy the Kathakali dance along with visits to the Matancherry Palace and an old Jewish Synagogue.


Set in the beautiful Himalayas, Manali is a hill station that offers great scenic landscapes. In Manali, you can visit the Hadimba Temple and take a walk on Mall Road. The tour includes a trip to Rohtang Pass, which is located 51km north of Manali at an altitude of more than 4,000 metres. The area offers spectacular sights of glaciers, snow-clad peaks, and the Chandra river that flows down the Lahaul valley.


The tour starts in Srinagar, where lies the famous Dal Lake. Here, you stay in a houseboat called “Shikara” and enjoy panoramic views of the snow-covered mountains surrounding Srinagar. In the evening, it’s a sight to behold as you spend a romantic moment with your loved one in the middle of the lake. Srinagar also includes other attractions such as the Mughal Gardens. You can explore local Kashmiri handicrafts at the city market. The tour moves to Gulmarg, which is known as the Meadow of Flowers, a breathtaking sight of vivid coloursamidst a backdrop of white, snow-capped mountains.