Mangsir (mid-November to mid-December) is also known as the month of marriage in Nepal. Many newlywed couples take a honeymoon. The honeymoon period is an excellent time for newlyweds to get to know one another better. Going on a honeymoon has recently become a requirement for newlyweds. While some couples have begun to go to exotic locations for their honeymoon, such as Pokhara and Chitwan, new destinations within Nepal are being discovered as potential honeymoon destinations. Where would you want to go on your honeymoon if you were newlyweds or about to be married? If you’re at a loss for ideas, here are some intriguing honeymoon destinations to consider:
Rara Honeymoon Tour:
You may travel directly to Mugu’s Talcha Airport from Nepalgunj Airport, commonly regarded as the entrance to western Nepal. You reach the beach of Rara Lake after a three-hour hike from Talcha. Alternatively, you can take a public bus from Surkhet to Gamgadhi, Mugu’s district headquarters. Then, after two hours, you can reach Rara, the world’s paradise. The temperature here drops below zero in the winter since there can be up to one metre of snow. As a result, most individuals do not come here to travel. However, couples visit Rara to celebrate their honeymoon, and you should consider it as one of your honeymoon destinations.
Nepal’s Mustang region was originally an isolated and self-contained region of the Tibetan empire. It does, however, have a tough uncanny reputation. The territory is divided into two halves, Lower and Upper, which are connected but very different. Mustang is one of the most tranquil areas. The area’s stunning splendor makes it one of the greatest places to visit for a Nepal honeymoon. It is a popular honeymoon destination due to its mythological aura.
Nagarkot: Honeymoon Heaven
A couple can spend their honeymoon in Nagarkot, which has a magnificent setting dominated by the world’s tallest peak. View of the first rays of the Sun descending on the Himalayan peaks at daybreak, Nagarkot is a well-known hilltop station in Nepal where you may spend your perfect honeymoon. It is only 32 kilometers from Kathmandu, which is densely filled with hotels and restaurants. Nagarkot is well-known for its dawn and sunset vistas, as well as probable Himalayan views.
Bardiya National Park:
For newlyweds, Bardiya National Park can make a romantic honeymoon destination. This location, which is in the Bardiya neighborhood, is particularly accessible due to its close proximity to the East-West Highway. In some of the hotels that have been opened inside the national park, lovely amenities are offered. Bardiya National Park’s neighboring Chisapani of Kailali and a number of locations inside the park are also popular tourist sites.
Kathmandu: The Capital
The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is also its largest city and the source of the Kathmandu Valley’s name. The Kathmandu Valley is located in Nepal’s Warm Moderate Zone, where the climate is unusually temperate for the area. One of the most exciting locations in Nepal for a honeymoon is Kathmandu. The cultural traditions, hues, and customs of Nepal’s capital city are numerous. Swayambhu, Boudha Stupa, Naryanhiti Palace Museum, Thamel Chowk, Freak Street, Pashupatinath, and other places are worth visiting. The captivating and glitzy nightlife at Casino Anna and Casino Royale is Kathmandu’s primary draw. September through November and February through April are the ideal times to travel to Kathmandu for a Nepal honeymoon.
Another desirable location for newlyweds to spend their honeymoon in chilly but romantic weather is Bandipur. The couples can see mountains like Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, and other mountain ranges from this vantage point. Because of its Bhaktapur-style homes, Bandipur is both culturally rich and welcoming to tourists. Bandipur has developed into a major tourist hub because to the presence of popular attractions like Thanimai, Tindhara, Raniwan, Ramkot, Sunkhari, Khaddevi Temple, Vindhyavasini Temple, Mahalakshmi Temple, and an information Center. Bandipur has over eight dozen hotels, so finding lodging for newlyweds won’t be a problem.
The Makawanpur district’s Chitlang, which is close to Kathmandu, is a wonderful place for newlyweds to spend their honeymoon. This location, which is 27 kilometers from Kathmandu, is renowned for its homestays and a variety of regional cuisine. The area is perfect for all-day panoramic vistas in a calm and pleasant setting. Tours of the village, which is rich in historical and cultural value, are fun for couples to take. You can sip on local wine and peanut wine in this location. The ideal place to sample regional seafood specialties as well as locally grown produce from backyard gardens is Chitlang.
Dharan and Bhedetar can make for romantic honeymoon spots where couples can enjoy both the tranquility of the hills and the sweltering Terai summer. The main attraction of Bhedetar, which is 16 kilometers north of Dharan, is watching the sun and clouds play hide-and-seek. At 1,420 meters above sea level, Bhedetar has an evergreen climate. For residents of the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, as well as those from the eastern Terai region, it is a favorite tourist destination.
Ilam is one of Nepal’s most popular and romantic tourist and honeymoon locations. A must-visit location for newlyweds is Kanyam in the Ilam neighborhood. This region is covered in fog and the weather varies from time to time, thus it keeps one entertained. It is located about 40 km north of Birtamode on the Mechi Highway. There are plenty decent hotels and dining options to accommodate couples while they are there.
Just 40 kilometers (or one hour) beyond Panauti, on a plateau, is the small community of Balthali Village. It is a settlement in the eastern Kathmandu valley that is naturally rewarded. It is the ideal location for hiking, exploring, and taking pictures. Sitting on the resort’s balcony, you may learn about village life, experience the countryside, and take in the breathtaking emerald woodlands. The entire mountain range of Balthali, including the snow-capped peaks of Dorjee Lhakpa and Langtang, is visible in the distance to the north. March through May are the ideal months to visit Baithali.