Once the wedding has gone off as smoothly and successfully as you could ever hope for, it is time for the cherry on the cake – the honeymoon. If you have spent months planning the wedding, you have surely spent a little time planning the honeymoon – the location, applying for leave from work beforehand, and visa complications if you are travelling abroad. The visa process can be lengthy and a little bit of a kill joy for some. However, not all foreign destinations have to end up being a source of visa related worries. Here are a few wonderful foreign honeymoon destinations that do not require a visa, leaving you to bask in the first romance of marriage.
Submerge yourself in some history and religion on your honeymoon by visiting the famous ruins of the Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia. Known as the largest religious monument in the world, it was originally built as a Hindu temple but was later transformed into a Buddhist shrine. Apart from this, Cambodia is a favorite honeymoon destination worldwide for the Tonle Sap Lake, pretty pagodas and dramatic dance performances.
If peace and balance are what you desire post-wedding, Bhutan is where you should head. The serene country tucked away in the mountains is now famous for coining the revolutionary phrase to measure its country’s growth – Gross National Happiness. It is also the first country to declare itself carbon-neutral. Bhutan offers scores of romance and fun opportunities for its honeymooners with mountain sports, treks and lip-smacking food..
If you have planned a honeymoon in Maldives you probably can’t wait to get married already. Beautiful beaches, blue lagoons and coral reefs, all you can think about is sit with your favorite cocktail in hand and drink deep of the blue expanse in front and above. Wow! And the best part? A free visa on arrival and permission to stay on for 30 days!.
Beautiful mountains, hospitable people, clubs, cafes, casinos and a rich history to soak in, Nepal has been the honeymooners’ paradise for Indians since time immemorial. The two countries are tied together intricately in both culture and politics. And you not need a visa but you not your passport if you’re flying in. Truly a heaven on earth!