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Munnar, located in God’s Own Country, Kerala, is a tranquil hill station blessed with rolling tea gardens, misty landscapes, and pristine waterfalls.
Known for its golden beaches, vibrant nightlife, and Portuguese heritage, Goa is India’s party capital.
Udaipur, often called the “City of Lakes” or the “Venice of the East,” boasts romantic boat rides on Lake Pichola, majestic palaces, and regal architecture.
Coorg, also known as Kodagu, offers couples a lush green paradise with coffee plantations, misty hills, and cascading waterfalls.
Leh-Ladakh, a high-altitude desert, enchants couples with its stark landscapes, serene monasteries
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Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, combines Himalayan mystique with urban charm. Couples can explore monasteries
Ooty, or Udhagamandalam, is a charming hill station in the Nilgiris known for its botanical gardens, toy train, and pleasant climate.