8 Visa Free Honeymoon Destinations

Once you are done with your dream wedding. Its time for you to experience fairytale honeymoon with your prince charming.

If you are planning to go abroad for a honeymoon but want to avoid the hassle of the visa process. Don’t stress and have a look at some really romantic international honeymoon destinations that you can visit without a visa.

Hong Kong

No one is ever too old for fun at Disneyland!

Hong Kong has best night markets and Disneyland. Hong Kong offers 14 days of permit to stay there without a visa but you need to fill an online pre -arrival registration form.

Eclectic food, nightlife, and high-end shopping is what Hong Kong is all about. It is one of the famous tourist attractions. Make sure you experience the magnificent view of Hong Kong from the top of skyscrapers.

Experience the best of nightlife in Lan Kwai Fong with over 100 restaurants, clubs and pubs.

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Image Courtesy: Trip Advisor

Bali

Island of Gods- Bali, has a special vibe with sandy beaches, luxury villas and volcanic hillsides. This Indonesian island is the perfect destination for a honeymoon

Bali offers visa on arrival valid for 30 days. It is one stop for beaches, sunset bars, water sports, culture and tempting food. Some of the must-do activities in Bali are: Parasailing, Jet Ski, canyoning etc. Bali and nightlife go hand in hand, you cannot afford to miss clubbing and night outs here. Another breathtaking experience is Dolphin watching tour, this is sure not the one to be missed when you are in Bal. For the perfect romantic feel go for sunset dinner cruises around Benoa Harbour in South Bali.

BaliImage Courtesy: bali.com

Maldives

The ultimate honeymoon destination!

Beautiful white sand beaches, blue lagoons and coral reefs, water villas, amazing water sports like Sailing, Snorkeling, Kite surfing, Jet Skiing, Scuba Diving and many more all sum up to be the best honeymoon ever…

And cherry on top is a free visa on arrival and permission to stay on for 30 days!

One of the most beautiful honeymoon destinations near India. This heavenly place will give you a sense of relaxation like never before. Book a good resort that suit you and your partner, and you are sorted for the perfect getaway.

Maldives

Image courtesy: Trip Advisor

Mauritius

Mauritius is perfect for nature lovers with some of the best beaches in the world.

Mauritius allows a visa on arrival that is valid for 60 days. Waterfalls, water-sports, rain forests, national parks to mouth-watering seafood, Mauritius has it all. For the best sailing experience head to Grand Bay or try scuba diving at Gunner’s Coin. Black River Gorges National Park is a must visit for an amazing experience. Don’t miss out on exploring historic sites in Port Louis-The capital of Mauritius. For a relax evening you can always enjoy a candlelight dinner with your love at private beach resort. If you have time you can visit Rodrigues Island-a small volcanic island in the Indian Ocean, east of Mauritius for world-class diving and snorkeling. The best time to visit Mauritius is from April to June and September to December.

mauritiusImage Courtesy: Tourism-Mauritius

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a paradise for honeymooners with beautiful beaches, tea plantations, second largest national park, rich culture, scrumptious food and hospitable people. Experience the city day tour in Colombo.

Have a look at Asia’s oldest landscaped garden- Sigiriya and don’t forget to surf along Hikkaduwa Beach or Arugam Bay. Don’t miss out on leisure water park for ultimate fun. Sri Lanka is a place you must consider for your honeymoon.

Sri LankaImage Courtesy: Sri Lankan Foundation

Bhutan

After all the stress during the wedding preparations, you definitely need some peace. And for that peaceful atmosphere head to Bhutan. The country is quite and serene in the mountains, famous for Gross National Happiness as measure of country’s growth.

Bhutan is famous for Dechen Phodrang Monastery and other ancient Buddhist Monasteries along with mountain sports, treks and enticing food. Experience the majestic view of the valley at Budhha Point. Get a glimpse of Himalayan ranges at Dochula Pass. For the adrenaline rush don’t miss out on the trek to the Paro Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest Monastery.

BhutanImage Courtesy: Tourism Council of Bhutan

Thailand

Thailand is the most popular honeymoon destination that offers 30 days visa on arrival to Indians. Walk on the beach holding each other’s hand and cherish those moments. Favourite destinations in Thailand are Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, Chiang Mai etc.

You can experience fun activities like white water rafting, scuba diving, and snorkeling, ziplining, mountain climbing, and bungee jumping and many other sports to watch or even participate in, and plenty of amazing nature and wildlife to experience.

If you want something more romantic and peaceful, visit the nearby islands like Phi Phi, Krabi, and Koh Samui.

Thailand Image Courtesy: Groupon

Nepal

For all the mountain lovers out there!

Nepal is a paradise for you all. Famous for Mount Everest and adventure sports is perfect for an adventurous couple. Canyoning, climbing, kayaking, paragliding and mountain biking all in the backdrop of beautiful mountains, panoramic rivers. Go for the Annapurna Circuit for about 15-20 days –one of the best treks in the world. For this country you don’t even require a passport to travel, any photo identity card issued by the government would be enough. Nepal has several sightseeing attractions like the Pashupatinath Temple on the banks of Bagmati River and Bhaktapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu. Visit Patan, a city of festival and feast, famous for ancient art and stone carving statue.

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Image Courtesy: Welcome Nepal

 

So, What did you decide for your honeymoon, exotic beaches or serene mountains?

Start planning now!

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