Top 10 Babymoon Destinations In India

It is easier to get a vacation leave in your busy office, but there is no respite from your duty as ...

It is easier to get a vacation leave in your busy office, but there is no respite from your duty as a mother. So it is a great idea to start planning and packing for a babymoon if you are due in a few months. You may not be able to enjoy a romantic getaway with your hubby for a few years after the birth of your bundle of joy. Babymoon is more or less like a second honeymoon except you need to be a little careful about the baby inside you. So you cannot get too adventurous with your destination. However, there are some brilliant places you can visit for your babymoon and collect a treasure of memories to last for a long time.


1. Kumarakom

Nestled in God's own country Kerala, Kumarakom is one of the most romantic lakes in the country. Its emerald green backwater is serenity at its best. Fall in love all over again as you spend a romantic babymoon with your partner in the Kumarakom Lake Resort. It is relaxed, calm, and beautiful. So if you are in the southern part of India, head to Kerala and enjoy your vacation in the gorgeousness of Kumarakom.


2. Pondicherry

If you don't want the rush, and yet wish you enjoy some breezy sea, Pondicherry beckons for your babymoon. The French part of the city is like a quaint hamlet with lovely accommodations to make your stay special. Stroll through the boulevard and enjoy the dusk at the beach with your fingers entwined with your loved one. Enjoy hearty French food which will be sumptuous not just for the two of you, but also for your little one inside.


3. Jaipur

As a would-be mother, you deserve to be treated like royalty. Pamper yourself like a queen in the pink city. Nothing beats the awesomeness of Jaipur during the cool months of August, September, and October, post which it can be very chilly. Explore the palaces and book a room in one of the palace hotels and enjoy your babymoon with your King, as the prince or princess inside gets a feel of the imperial air.


4. Rann of Kutch

Gujarat has tons of places to explore and relax, but the charm of the vast expanse of the Rann is a treat for your sight. As an expecting mother, you don't have to walk and stress yourself out in the salt marsh, but you could do tons of things to make your babymoon truly memorable. Watch the starry night on a full moon and feel the moon coming close to bless the little one with the glow and beauty of its golden light. If your babymoon is scheduled during the Rann Utsav, your partner and you could immerse yourselves in a cultural affair and be mesmerized with what the Rann has to offer.


5. Chikmagalur

If you are a nature lover and want to soak in the beauty of unadulterated forests and wake up to a gorgeous scenery of the lush coffee estates, Chikmagalur is an ideal destination to discover during your babymoon. Fall in love with your partner all over again in the middle of nature while the dew drops witness your love and your hopes of the arrival of the newest member of your family. There are beautiful resorts to house you and look after your comfort as you bask in the lap of nature.


6. Bandipur

If you wish to enjoy some wildlife while you prepare yourself for all the wild times ahead with the arrival of the little one, Bandipur is a great place to choose for your babymoon. Stay in one of the cottage resorts and enjoy the sights and sounds of wild animals while you sip on your fresh fruit juice. Get your little one's senses used to the wildlife, even before they come into this world full of wonders.


7. North Bengal

How about a view of the snow-clad Kanchenjunga peak on a moonlit night? Visit Lava or Lolegaon and book one of its idyllic resorts for your stay and watch the changing faces of this side of the Himalayan range right from the warm comfort of your room. The place will not only provide you with scenic beauty but also with the much-needed peace and calm that is desired during pregnancy.


8. Nainital

This is an awesome babymoon destination, especially if you live in a crowded city in the North of India and want some time away from the cacophony of the city. Nainital and its surrounding places provide great views of the Kumaon mountain range. It is a place that is the perfect balance of a hill station and a peaceful city with all modern amenities. Enjoy hot aloo paranthas with pure ghee while you enjoy the cool breeze from the lakes of Nainital. Go on a relaxed boat ride, an experience that is no less than one you may get in Venice!


9. Khajuraho

Invigorate your passions for history, stories, and love in the temple town of Khajuraho. Once your baby is born, you will hardly ever be on the receiving end of stories. So go explore the architecture of the temples and listen to the mesmerizing stories of love within the caves of Khajuraho as you marvel at the artwork of ancient times.


10. Kovalam

If you want to relax your nerves with a genuine ayurvedic massage, Kerala's Kovalam beach resorts will provide you with the comfort and care you deserve. The proximity of this serene beach to the city center makes it an ideal place for a babymoon. Breathe in some salty breeze from the Arabia sea, while your body gets re-energized with some pampering ayurvedic massages.


These are the top ten picks for babymoon destinations in India, but India being a vast and diverse country has many more places to serve as your perfect babymoon locale. So without any more delay, make plans with your dear husband go on your babymoon soon.
Happy travelling mommies!

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Contributed By: Kriti Mazumdar

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  1. Babymoon trend is slowly picking up everywhere n it is definitely a good idea!

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  2. North Bengal is an amazing place for Babymoon!

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    1. Totally agree with you Salomi. It is indeed a gorgeous destination.

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  3. Awww such a sweet post..north bengal for us as its the closest:)

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  4. Nice compilation :) I have visited north Bengal four times as I am from Kolkata. Any way the concept is really romantic :)

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