5 amazing babymoon destinations in India

5 amazing babymoon destinations in India

Are you planning the perfect babymoon? These are five ideal babymoon destinations in India.

I have a thing for warm places preferably with an access to a beach. Fortunately, India has an abundance of such places. The warm weather and solace make such a place an ideal babymoon destination.

Here are 5 warm babymoon destinations you can visit.

1# Candolim, Goa

Candolim is a beach in north Goa. It is away from the crazy young crowd that throngs Baga and Calangute and is relatively quiet.

Goa

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Why Candolim?

It provides access to the party state, though you can book into a good hotel and just laze around the pool.

Reaching here

It can be accessed by air, rail and road.

Access to health care?

Panaji, the state capital, is less than an hour away. There are some very good hospitals nearby, in the case of emergency.

Next up, Kovalam, Kerala

2# Kovalam, Kerala

Kovalam is a sleepy beach in Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital of Kerala. It is one of the oldest tourist destinations in India and is quite popular among the westerners.

Why Kovalam

Beautiful beaches make a perfect backdrop for evening strolls and morning walks. Sip a lot of coconuts and escape to Munnar for a couple of days.

beach kerala

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Reaching here

It is 17 km away from the state capital. So, it is accessible by road, rail and air.

Access to health care?

Nearest hospital is 15 minutes away. So the stay would be stress-free.

Next up, Pondicherry

3# Pondicherry

One of the largest French colonies in India, Pondicherry overlooks the Bay of Bengal.

Why Pondicherry?

Explore the French quarters and meditate at the Aurobindo Ashram. Enjoy some seafood while you are there.

beach

(Image courtesy: Pondicherry Tourism)

Reaching here

Again, you can fly in or take a train. It also has a good road access.

Access to health care?

Being a Union territory, it has some state of art hospitals, so rest easy.

Next up, Havelock, Andamans

4# Havelock, Andamans

One of the best beaches in India could be found at Andamans. Havelock is a boat ride away from Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is easier to travel here if you are on the eastern coast of India.

andamans

(Image courtesy: Andaman Tourism)

Why Havelock

Have you ever dreamt of being at one of those postcard locations? well, Havelock is one such place. Pristine sand and an amazing view of the bay will make your babymoon worthwhile.

Access to health care?

There are some facilities are Port Blair, but for anything serious, you have to go to the mainland. Talk to your doctor before choosing this destination.

Next up, Neemrana, Rajasthan

5# Neemrana, Rajasthan

You are pregnant; you deserve some pampering. Go here with the pure motive of relaxing. There is not much to see around except get a royal treatment at Neemrana fort palace, a 15 Century palace, now converted into a hotel. It is an ideal weekend getaway from New Delhi if you want to keep your leaves for after the delivery.

fort rajasthan

(Image courtesy: Neemrana Palace hotel)

Why Neemrana?

It is not every day that one gets a royal pampering! Explore the six acres of  gardens and get ayurvedic massages at the spa. You can soak in the swimming pools and enjoy healthy meals served with the traditional Rajasthani hospitality.

Reaching here

It is located on the Delhi- Jaipur highway and is easily accessible by road.

Access to health care?

There are a few hospitals near Neemrana, but the nearest tertiary care hospital would be 120 km away at Delhi.

Also read: How to plan the perfect babymoon: tips for pregnant couples

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Written by

Anay Bhalerao

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