February is a month of blooming romance and Valenines Day, all in all a great time to go on honeymoon in any part of the world! Advantage with travelling in February is that it’s generally cheaper than in early-mid January when the end of the New Year rush can push prices up and availability down.Valentine Week may add thunder of romance to your visit back-dropping love all around in itself. Middle East, North Africa and Asian countries experience perfect romantic climate while northern hemisphere is still gripped by freezing winters.
Less rainy day and long hours of sunshine, the Caribbean countries floods with tourists in February. Jamaica, St Lucia, Barbados, Cayman Island, Grenada invites couples for beach wedding guaranteeing fantastic venues. Rocky mountain, Impenetrable Rainforests, Irresistibly laid-back lifestyle, rainbow reefs, gears up for romance and activities to do.Here you will find some the best couple resorts in the Caribbean countries include Nisbet Plantation Beach Club in Nevis, Anse Chastanet in St Lucia, Sandals Whitehouse European Village & Spa in Jamaica, Curtain Bluff in Antigua and Ritz Carlton in Cayman Island.
Goa is a great option for honeymooners, there are fewer tourists than in January and if you travel towards the end of the month, Goan tourists are back to home meaning that popular holiday spots are quieter than before. Nainital is equally fabulous in February – with its salubrious climate, it’s a great time if you want to get out and about and explore.
Romantic backwaters of Kerala and stunning landscapes like beaches, lakes, rivers, mountains and geo-thermal regions are all easily accessible by car and there are many wonderful boutique romantic hideaways, making this the perfect self-drive honeymoon in Kerala! If you like the idea of an active honeymoon with some wildlife activities, then you could head to Corbett National Park/ Ranthambore, the home of the safari. February is great for game viewing and means that you will have enough chances to watch out the animals congregate around watering holes and are easy to spot.
Also consider Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Khajuraho; if you are fond of history and archeology. Of course, if that just sounds too active, then hope to the idyllic Daman Diu, Auli, Dalhousie or the Coorg. The Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Islands are particularly good to visit in February, as they’re quieter and more affordable than over the busy Christmas/New Year period. And, of course there’s always Mount Abu where the wooden valleys, fascinating culture and mouth-watering cuisine will keep any honeymoon couple happy.