With the onset of Rose Day, starts the beloved Valentine’s Week – the excitement for which is absolutely crazy. Though the preparations for this might have begun for most of you, there are a few confusing minds those who must be still wondering where to celebrate this special day. If you’re among the second lot, we have some really good suggestions where you can express your love and watch your bae fall for you.
1. Dal Lake, Srinagar
There’s a reason why it is among the most romantic places on earth. Witness the spectacular view of snowclad mountains while you take a Shikara ride on Dal Lake. Don’t forget to buy your dearest flowers from the sellers rowing alongside.
2. Agonda Beach, South Goa
While the rest of Goa may stay abuzz with till-dawn parties, Agonda will offer you some quiet moments with your better half. Take a long walk, sunbathe, watch the sunset and enjoy a romantic candlelight dinner – what else do you want for a romantic getaway on Valentine’s Day.
3. Tea Gardens of Munnar
This is the perfect destination for married couples. Let the early morning cup of tea in the living room be replaced by the one at the tea gardens. The serene surroundings, the aroma, and some intimate conversations away from the tensions of household are going to make your day unforgettable.
4. Marine Drive, Mumbai
If you are not planning a getaway and looking for a romantic evening date only, simply head to Marine Drive. The buzzing boulevard not only offers spectacular views but is also lined with an array of plush restaurants. So following a long walk, simply sit beside each other and let the ambience do the talking. Experience love in its true form.
5. India Gate, Delhi
Nothing matches a quiet walk at India Gate during after hours. While it may not be as silent as the crowd keeps coming around at odd hours too but when you watch your beloved acting all kiddish while having those budhiya ke baal and ice candies, you’ll know it was worth it.
6. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Whether we simply talk of taking the early morning safari or enjoying the view from the Honeymoon suite (now in ruins) of Ranthambore Fort, a trip to Ranthambore is going to be a one of a kind Valentine celebration.
Tip: Don’t take a canter, hire a Thar.
If you are one of those who enjoy the highs of life, then you better take the highway. Bikers, you’re going to be lucky. After all, you get to celebrate your day with both your loves. Who gets the chance to romance two partners at the same time? Need we say more?