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6 Idyllic Indian Beaches For Honeymooners In Their 30s

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Calling all the lovebirds to check out these best honeymoon spots in India as recommended by our HolidayIQ reviewers.

1. Port Blair

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Manoj K shares, “Snorkeling at Jolly Buoy One the smallest island of Andamans. It was a memorable experience visiting Jolly Buoy Island. January, February is the best time to visit this place, full of tourists including foreigner....A must visit if you want to see underwater flora and fauna, a variety of fishes including jellyfish....Nice and clear blue water with a steady undercurrent.” Read Full Review 
 HolidayIQ Reviewer Amruta Joshi adds, “You can see the clean blue water of sea from here, this is the place where first Bisleri plan was introduced during Britisher's era.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer srishti bhatia shares, “All the other beaches as well, are extremely clean and have golden sand and blue waters. They truly give you an out of the world feel.” Read Full Review

2. Alappuzha (Alleppey)

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Amitra Kar says, “Being one of the finest beaches of Kerala, it is one of the busiest as well and there are plenty of reasons for it. It's a clean white sandy long beach which is best viewed during sunsets when the pier provides a unique and magnificent photo opportunity.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Venkatapathi Tudur says, “We did not find the need for any other activities as the tranquil waters, beautiful houseboats, local people on the islands, birds, sunset and sunrise, chatting captain and the silent cook all kept us mesmerized.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhishek Prahladka says, “Relax in the lap of nature This place is best to visit in houseboats.” Read Full Review

3. Neil Island

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Agniva Basu adds, “Divine beauty to be visited at least once Neil island MUST be in your itinerary if you are planning a trip to Andaman. The distant water with a turquoise hue and the clear blue sky above gives an inexplicable visual treat to the visitors.The calm ambience and divine beauty makes this place one of the best island beaches of India, rather South Asia” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Smriti Das shares, “Sitapur beach is situated at the tip of the Neil Island. It's a renowned beach along with the vast sea. Crystal bluish colour water & deep blue sky forms a mesmerizing image to every visitor. Sitapur beach also offers a breathtaking picturesque along with white sand seashore. Best time to visit the beach at the dawn when the sun rises above the horizon.” Read Full Review

4. Palolem

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Kunal Savla shares, “Turquoise and blue water Agonda Beach is one of the very less crowded and clean beaches of Goa. It is located only 6kms from Palolem Beach. The sea is perfect for swimming and surfing. The water is blue and turquoise. The beach is very scenic with colourful beach shacks making this place more scenic” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Er. rahul shares, “A stretch of beautifying white sand, Palolem Beach, located in the South Goa is one of the most fabulous beaches the Union has to offer. Goa indeed is a home to beaches giving out the coolest vibes, but this beach is renowned for maintaining its serene atmosphere. Mostly unspoiled, the beach is often flocked with foreign tourists” Read Full Review

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5. Mandarmani

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Alekhya Das adds, “The greatest thing about this beach is that it remains less crowded all the time.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Pranesh Sarkar says, “Most visited Beach in West Bengal at a low cost. Walking to the beach during sunrise/sunset is an awesome feeling.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Ashish Gupta says, “The beach looks lovely anytime during sunrise, sunset or at night, but it gets dark at night with few lampposts, the waves are everlasting and calmer as compared to the beaches in Puri.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer a Singh says, “Cool view of sunrise and sunset at the beach Full masti and paisa vasool trip. Enjoyed alot of the sunrise and sunset views as there was a clear sky.” Read Full Review

6. Pachmarhi

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Venkataramanan G adds, “Tiger sighting is very rare at SNP. But the sighting of Leopard and Sloth Bears are very good at SNP.The timings for the safari vary from season to season. The morning safari lasts for 3 ~ 4 hours while the evening safari lasts for 2.5 ~ 3 hours. The start/end of the safari is dependent on the sunrise & sunset time....Do remember to take along your camera, sunscreen lotion, moisturizer, cap and sunglasses for protection from the sun.” Read Full Review 
HolidayIQ Reviewer Ankush Bansal adds, “Awesome and must visit place It gives you a 360-degree view. Echo point is very nice. Snacks and refreshments are not available. sunrise and sunset seem very beautiful. A must visit place.” Read Full Review

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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