Love After Lockdown

Brides TodayJune- July 2020 (Athiya Shetty)

Love After Lockdown
While going for a honeymoon may seem like a far-fetched dream, there’s no harm in planning ahead. Here are a few options
Kalyani Prasher

Kalari Rasayana

Paravur, Kerala

When you think of wellness resorts in Kerala, healing, and not luxury, is perhaps the first thing that comes to mind. Not so at Kalari Rasayana, where gentle luxury and a stunning location in the heart of Paravur village in southern Kerala enfold you in a warm embrace. Surrounded by coconut groves and located by a lake, it uses its natural environment to aid your wellness. Apart from getting treatments together, you can take long walks by the lake and reconnect with nature as you build a lasting connection yourself.

Extra Like: Dotted with water bodies, the beautiful architecture of this resort includes mini islands.

The Lodge at Wah Palampur, Himachal Pradesh

Over the years, Palampur, a hamlet near Dharamshala, has managed to retain its charm because not many people travel to these parts of Himachal Pradesh. In fact, not many know that Palampur has flourishing tea gardens, something not seen in other parts of the state. Located in one such estate, The Lodge at Wah offers a world of luxury and relaxation. Here you can hide from the adrenalin-junkies of Dharamshala and enjoy a few days, taking pleasure in the small things such as rooms named after teas, local food and craft, and of course excellent tea.

Extra Like: The hotel is 100% eco-friendly; even the building is constructed from local materials. A member of the RARE community of boutique hotels.

Wild Mahseer

Balipara, Assam

An eco-lodge inside the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in Balipara, this gorgeous hotel is fit for the saabs and memsaabs of yesteryears. Stay inside a mini forest, a 22-acre certified organic area that is home to over 75 species of birds, one lakh trees, and cloaked in silence. Inside this green haven are a few bungalows that are complete units in themselves. You are unlikely to meet another guest, except when you partake delicious Assamese meals of masoor tenga and joha rice. Or refined Continental food including a perfectly smooth caramel custard. This is where you go to eat, love, and travel back to the 1800s Assam.

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June- July 2020 (Athiya Shetty)