Munnar is the town situated amidst Western Ghats Mountains in Kerala. If you are a nature -lover and want to mark your wedding with serenity, then this is the place. Carpeted with emerald green tea plantations, it also boast to have valleys, waterfalls, streams and rare flora and fauna. It is accessible from Kochi and Coimbatore.
Hampi can score high on your list if are searching for a religious site to mark your wedding occasion. It has plethora of temples and ancient monuments. The nearest airport is Bellary, merely 60 km from the spot.
Located on the edge of Himalayas, Dalhousie is popular hill station known for its stupendous beauty. It also take pride in its Scottish and Victorian style architecture which can make your wedding classy. The closest airport is Pathankot, 75 km. away
If beaches make you crazy, then Havelock Island is waiting for you. Unlike other Indian beaches, Havelock's beaches are snow-white. The place also boasts of its lagoons and limestone caves. Havelock can be easily reached from Port Blair in 90 minutes by air-conditioned ferry
Looking for a wedding place with historical tint, then Mandu is the answer. This fortress town is a ruined in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. The city is also the witness of the romance between Prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. It has numerous palaces that will surely cheer your senses. The nearest railway station is Ratlam.
Dawki is a tiny town in Jaintia Hill district of North-Eastern Indian state, Meghalaya. Want to have serene wedding ceremony, then plan for Dawki. Even the river of this region is so pure, with green-bluish transparent color that you can clearly see the bottom of the river. The closest airport is Guwahati and can be reached by roads from the capital city of Meghalaya,Shillong.