Indian Destinations

Agra

Best Season: The best time to get hitched in Agra would be March to October, after that the city starts experiencing fog and extreme low temperature.

USP: No list of exotic marriage locations in India can be complete without this place. Isn’t it a great idea to celebrate one’s conjugal bliss in the environs of the epitome of love: The Taj Mahal. Agra possesses some gigantic hotels and resorts overlooking the Taj where many people organize their wedding ceremonies in the illumination of one of the most striking wonders of the world (and of love itself). A destination wedding in Agra could be wondrous and grand with a unique charm.

Food: Agra is not only famous for the mesmerizing Taj Mahal but its delicacies too. It is acknowledged as one of the best street food serving spots in the country by many connoisseurs. The city is very populated, yet it witnesses foodies coming from all over the country to quench their insatiable appetite.Mughlai cuisine is the trademark of Agra and is considered as a token or souvenir from the Mughal era. It has a vast number of dishes to offer. It mostly consists of meat flavored with dried nuts. Agra’s ‘Petha’ are a world renowned delicacy.

Flight Connectivity: Service to Agra's Kheria Airport is limited due to the airport's primary function as an air force base. Currently the city is served by Air India. Flights are usually on time and provide connection to Delhi and Mumbai.

Andaman

Best Season: Tourists flood usually from October to April which is the peak season. Excluding the monsoon time, September to May would be the best time to celebrate a wedding.

USP: What this Indian destination wedding brings about is the prospect of entering in a new realm, away from the mainland, in the midst of white sand beaches, possibly in an astonishing private resort. It’s no less than a coastal paradise residing in the Bay of Bengal comprising of idyllic beaches and lush green forests. The Havelock or the Ross Islands are one of the paramount islands of the Andaman for one’s perfect day. One of the most charming places to tie the knot.

Food: Andaman tourism is pledging to this world about the appetizing food miscellany.It has plenty of sea water resources like Fish, Crab, Prawns, and Lobsters etc. so we can blindly say that Andaman is the King of sea food verities.Sardines, Mackerels, crab, King Prawn etc like variant marine fishes are using to make barbeque at Andaman Island.

Flight Connectivity: The Veer Savarkar Airport, an International Airport is located in the capital town of Port Blair, the gateway to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair, is connected with Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi and Bhubaneshwar by air.Regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Kolkata and Visakhapatnam and back.

Aamby Valley

Best Season: Although the valley is an ideal destination for the entire year yet the place looks all the more enticing during the monsoons

USP: It is the locale - perfect with its soothing weather, towering peaks, sublime waterscapes and unending gardens - that leaves a cherished memory for every one attending.Aamby Valley City, presents an array of world-class venues, where all the facets of wedding rituals get a majestic touch.

Food: A scintillating mix of cuisines, one that satiates every appetite, awaits here. From the rich culinary heritage of the subcontinent to the continental and oriental dishes, spanning Indian (Hyderabadi, South Indian, Punjabi, Awadhi, Goan, Maharashtrian, Mughlai, Bengali, Gujarati, Rajasthani and more), Continental , Oriental and Mediterranean (Lebanese, Spanish, Moroccan & Greek), award-winning restaurants serve you delectable creations that tickle your gastronomic experience.

Flight Connectivity: A full-fledged dedicated airport, which can handle all-kind of private aircrafts and choppers. With breathtaking views and club-class comfort & conveniences, it offers you a touchdown experience like never before.Six lanes expressway between Mumbai and Pune puts Aamby Valley City on the fast track of accessibility.

Goa

Best Season: November to mid-February. At this time the weather is pleasant and suitable for an outdoor wedding. The best time for a beach ceremony is in the late afternoon

USP: Wedding and Partying Hand In Hand

Goa is probably the trendiest and the most prevalent destination wedding in India because it can give one the chance of organizing diverse sort of weddings or ceremonies taking in the happening parties of the beaches and the quiet ceremonial rituals of the old churches.

Food: Goa is a mix of east meets west, which is not only represented in the goa culture but also in the style of cooking.Goans have a miscellaneous platter ranging from prawns to sausages, chicken to beef, and numerous vegetarian dishes.

Flight Connectivity: Goa can be reached via its sole airport (Dabolim), by train, and by the many buses connecting the state with cities in India (primarily Mumbai, Mangalore and Bangalore). If you are travelling from Mumbai or Pune, car travel will provide you a journey through breathtaking scenery of the Konkan area.

Hyderabad

Best Season: October – March are the most pleasant months. Weather in Hyderabad is wonderful during this period. The evenings are mostly cool, and give you a great opportunity to host outdoor functions without worrying much about rain or dust storms.

USP: Known as the “Pearl City”, Hyderabad is home to thousand splendid smiles that light up everyone’s mood in a moment. With a lot of historical monuments, lakes and palaces, Hyderabad is also a food lovers’ paradise.Hyderabad also gives some wonderful options for pre-wedding photoshoots – like the Golconda fort, Yacht club etc.

Food: Hyderabadi cuisine comprises a broad repertoire of rice, wheat and meat dishes and the skilled use of various spices, herbs and natural edibles.Hyderabadi cuisine has different recipes for different events, and hence is categorized accordingly, from banquet food, for weddings and parties, festival foods, and travel foods. The category to which the recipe belongs itself speaks of different things like the time required to prepare the food, the shelf life of the prepared item, etc.

Flight Connectivity: Hyderabad is connected with direct flights to all major destinations in India, as well as to various locations in Middle East, Southeast Asia, Europe and North America.

Kochi

Best Season: The time between September to March is ideal for a sunny outdoor wedding.

USP: This gentle and agreeable destination in Kerala is for those who desire one of those quiet and picturesque ceremonies instead of opting for a huge and jam-packed event. The backwaters are serene, pretty and put forth a view that dwells in one's eyes probably forever. The perfect getaway for a Destination Wedding in India. Just envisage the beaches covered with coconut palm trees, the backwaters and the lovely houseboats. Heavenly!

Food: Kochi’s cuisine offers a multitude of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes prepared using fish, poultry and red meat with rice a typical accompaniment. Chilies, curry leaves, coconut, mustard seeds, turmeric, tamarind, and asafetida are all frequently used.

Flight Connectivity: The air gateway to Kochi is the Cochin International Airport (CIAL) located at Nedumbassery, which is about 28 km (17 mi) north of Kochi city, and handles both domestic and international flights

Mussoorie

Best Season: Early-April To mid-July is the perfect time to be in the Hills. Dec-Feb are the Snow months, and great if you want a crazy-cold-snowy wedding (and are ready to dare the road-blocks). Late-July – September are the rainy monsoon months and best avoided.

USP: Mussoorie is the place where Hill station post cards are made! Beautiful tree-covered hills looking down the Doon valley, the surreal view of the Himalayas at sunset, and clear skies giving you a brilliant display of twinkling stars of the Milky Way & the flickering lights in the valley. It has a wonderful romantic air to it. Long Pines, Canals, Beautiful Orchids, Waterfalls and beautiful architecture makes it a heaven for pre-wedding pictures. The beautiful Sunsets also make sure that you get really awesome ceremony pictures for those early evening functions.Superb Weather & a wonderful change of environment for those staying in Metros in the West & South.

Food: Mussoorie, being a popular tourist destination has a platter from numerous cuisines to offer. Other than local cuisines, there are many other interesting highlights to the cuisine here. One finds Chinese, Tibetan, Indian, Thai, Moroccan, Italian, Goan and global cuisines in the town. The local cuisine of Uttarakhand that you might find here consists of Bhaang Ki Khatai, Kappa (a green curry), Sisunak Saag(a dish prepared with green leafy vegetables and many local ingredients), Aloo ke Gutke( a Kumauni potato dish), Rus ( a preparation of many dals) and much more.

Flight Connectivity: Dehradun is the main city with an airport & a railway station, which is about 50kms (2hrs away by road). It is a scenic drive from New Delhi, and I would highly recommend taking a Volvo or booking a convoy of vehicles for the duration – it makes things really easy.

Rajasthan

Best Season: September – March are the most pleasant months, with bright sunny days & cool evenings perfect to relax by the lake or on top of a hill. The summer is unbearable and best avoided.

USP: Rajasthani weddings are known for their grandeur than grand wedding rituals.Clear blue skies, fairy-tale palaces, temples & gardens, narrow lanes strewn with stalls, and the glory of the Rajasthan state surrounded by the lush hills of Aravalis. With cities like Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur that rank among the top destinations for weddings, Rajasthan makes an ideal spot for getting hitched.

Food: The Rajwadi land of Rajputs is a paradise for foodies out there. Rajasthani cuisine is among those rare cuisines boasting of a never-ending platter with a plethora of dishes; ranging from tangy drinks to spicy starters, mouth-watering sabzis and crunchy bread along with added delights of chutneys, achars, papad and chhach. Not to forget the delicate desserts and rich crunchy delights that melt in your mouth instantly.

Flight Connectivity: Rajasthan has good connectivity with many cities around the globe and has three major airports. For domestic / international flights, there is an airport in Jaipur. Another international airport closest to reach destinations in Rajasthan by air is at Delhi 260 kilometers away from Jaipur. Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur have domestic airports connected from major cities in India.