You and your partner must want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Delhi city life regularly. We all know, however, how difficult it is for unmarried couples to find a suitable hotel room and a safe location to travel together. This summer, we’ve handpicked ten romantic spots near Delhi that are both safe and beautiful, perfect for a romantic getaway with your significant other.
1. Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh
Kasauli is a charming hilly cantonment town in Himachal Pradesh, located midway between Shimla and Chandigarh. This is a great place for you and your partner to run “far from the madding crowd.” Kasauli is an idyllic location surrounded by pine forests, ideal for long walks with your loved one, set among magical hills and lovely weather. Because it is a small town, it is less crowded than other popular Himachal destinations.
April through June and September through November are the best months to visit.
2. Nainital, Uttarakhand
Nainital is a well-known hill station in North India that attracts both couples and families from Delhi. Nainital Lake is a popular boating destination with a beautiful aquamarine colour and flecks of emerald green. Long romantic walks around the lake’s perimeter, window shopping (oy on Mall Road, or visiting some of the city’s temples are all options.
The best months to visit are March to June and September to November.
3. Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh
Mcleodganj is a delightful and alluring getaway located 9 kilometres from Dharamshala. A trip there will take you on an introspective journey through a land of valleys, hills, and rippling streams. Get lost in the wildlife, hike the Triund Trek, spend an afternoon boating on Dal Lake, and dine on delectable continental cuisine with rock music playing in the background. It’s a popular college hangout, but you’ll feel right at home with your sweetheart among the lush greenery and glimpses of snow-capped peaks.
The best time to visit is from September to June.
4. Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Manali is the most popular because it appeals to a diverse audience. Manali is a valley in Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu district surrounded by apple orchards, pine forests, and snowy roads. The River Beas, which runs through Manali, adds to the town’s allure by combining valleys, hills, and water bodies in a divine admixture. We are confident that both of you will enjoy this time-honoured tourist attraction, because “Old is Gold,” as the saying goes.
The best months to visit are March to June and September to December.
5. Mussoorie, Uttarakhand
Mussoorie is a popular tourist destination in Uttarakhand, located 35 kilometres from Dehradun and perched on a mountain valley. It has a diverse range of biodiversity and flowering flora. Mussoorie’s green scenic beauty will soothe your eyes and provide complete bliss to your soul. Happy Valley housing gardens and estate, Kempty falls on the path from Dehradun to Mussoorie, Gun Hill, Lake Mist, and Jharipani Falls are among its picturesque spots.
The best months to visit are March to mid-June and September to November.
6. Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Because of its historical sites and monuments, Jodhpur, also known as “The Blue City,” is an ideal destination for couples who want to connect with history. Jodhpur has a rich cultural heritage, as well as delectable sweets and snacks. Among the most well-known attractions in Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Fort, Moti Mahal and Sheesh Mahal, Mandore Gardens, and Kaylana Lake. Jodhpur is also known as the “Gateway to Thar” due to the large number of tourists who visit the adjoining Thar desert.
The best time to visit is from October to March.
7. Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
Khajjiar, a small town near Dalhousie, is known as “India’s Mini-Switzerland.” Its breathtaking scenery, complete with lush forests and lakes, will make you feel like the lead in a Bollywood film. It is a peaceful location for couples seeking a quiet getaway from Delhi, while more adventurous couples can partake in activities such as paragliding and zorbing.
The best time to visit is from March to October/November.
8. Palampur, Himachal Pradesh
Palampur is a small, romantic hill town. Under British rule, it was a major trading and commercial centre, and the only remnants are the tea gardens that surround it. This postcard-worthy small town is surrounded by pine and deodar forests, tea gardens, and numerous streams.
The best months to visit are March to June and mid-September to November.
9. Neemrana, Rajasthan
This one is also for couples who want to visit historical sites with their loved ones. Neemrana is a historic town in Rajasthan famous for its Neemrana Fort. The Neemrana fort has been transformed into a luxurious heritage hotel showcasing ancient architecture and culture. The restored fort is ideal for a weekend getaway because it combines modernity and history.
All year is a good time to visit.
10. Srinagar, J&K
Although it is not as close to the capital as Kashmir, it is the closest thing to ‘Paradise on Earth.’ Srinagar is a summer escape from the harsh cold of Jammu and Kashmir, and its pleasant weather throughout the year makes it a popular tourist destination. With cascading valleys and gorges through snow-clad mountains, or taking a break in a shikara or houseboat on Dal Lake, Srinagar truly embodies the term “Heaven on Earth.”
The best time to visit is from April to October.