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Top honeymoon locations in India - Manipur
So you have planned your wedding with perfection and every little thing has been taken care of. But what about your honeymoon? Of course with so many time tested and popular options, you can go to any place. But do you really want to spend perhaps the best time of your life at any place? If you want to enjoy some time together in one of the most picturesque states of India then Manipur is the place to be in. The beauty of the virgin place has to be seen to be believed and this wonderful yet untapped tourist spot is perhaps the most ideal place for all nature lovers and adventurous kind. So switch off your mobiles and jet set and go to this wonderful yet virgin place for a life time to remember and you will not be disappointed.
The place with its rich cultural heritage, breath taking heights, beautiful waterfalls, luxurious lush green carpets, exotic flora and fauna is a paradise for honey mooners and tourists.
Places of interest:
Imphal- the capital of Manipur is the beautiful land of blue-green hills having a lush green forest cover with thick grass and a cascade of exotic flowers and flora and fauna which will leave you spell bound. Beautiful rivers with pristine clean water will charm you in no small measure. In Imphal tourists can visit places such as Govindajee Temple, Shaheed Minarin, Tikendrajit Park, War Cemetry, State Museum and Khwairamband Bazaar which are very popular tourist attraction. If you are looking for a visit to a green park then Iroishemba zoological park is the ideal destination for you. Khonghampat Orchidarium houses more than 120 species of orchids which are some of the rarest orchids in the world. Bishnupur is famous for its conical roofed temple and is dedicated to Lord Krishna. Moirang town is one of the main seats of early Manipuri folk culture with the ancient temple. INA Museum has on display photographs, articles, records and other memorabilia related to the Indian National Army during the freedom struggle. Loktak Lake & Sendra Island a fresh water lake and attracts many species of birds. Keibul Lamjao National Park is the only floating National Park in the world and is a treat to watch. Ukhrul which is situated at a distance of around 85 kms. away is the highest hill station of the state and offers panoramic and breathtaking view of mountains and hills with lush green surroundings.
How to reach Manipur:
Manipur because of its tourist appeal is well connected by air route. You can take a flight to Imphal from Calcutta, Dimapur, Silchar, Guwahati and Delhi. If you are taking a train route then Dimapur which is 215 kms from Imphal is the nearest railhead for Manipur. For those taking a road route, regular buses ply between Dimapur and Imphal. Normally it takes about 8-9 hours to reach Imphal. Imphal is connected by a network of roads with all the important cities of North Eastern India. Some important distances are Kohima 123 kms, Dimapur 216 kms, Agartala 465 kms, Guwahati 579 kms, Aizwal 374 kms, Kaziranga 346 km, Shillong 643 kms, Itanagar 423 kms.
Specialties of place:
Manipur perhaps is one of the few tourists spots which has an alluring atmosphere of mystery and silence. Also described by as the 'Switzerland of India', Manipur is lavishly endowed with exotic landscape having lush green mountains, beautiful valleys, blue pristine lakes and dense forests. It is the sheer tranquility enveloping it, interrupted only by a soft breeze, that sets it apart from other more popular tourist spots. People here are accommodative and hospitable. You just have to show respect to the local culture and traditions and you will have a wonderful time amidst nature at its very best.