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Romantic Escapes For The Workaholic Couples

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Are you too busy that you are not able to find time to spend with your loved one, although, you carve to take a break and head off to a destination keeping aside all the worries and tension of work at bay? India is such a beautiful land that it provides you with a large number of places to escape to with your loved one.

Have a look at some of the best destinations around the country which are ideal for quick romantic breaks for you workaholics and rekindle the romance with your loved one.

Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg, Karnataka

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Also known as Kodagu and fondly called the Scotland of India, this quaint hilly retreat is one of the most popular destinations for the folks from Bengaluru due to its proximity. Filled with coffee plantations and undiluted sceneries, the place offers a perfect combination which helps you refresh both your body and soul. It would, for sure, be one of those holidays which you would cherish over your entire lifetime.

Gangtok, Sikkim

Gangtok, Sikkim

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Gangtok-the place is well known for its breathtaking views of the majestic Kanchenjunga. The place is very vibrant when it comes to its multiple cultures and traditions, which are infused into its beautiful sceneries along with a very little modernity, which makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.

Gangtok in translation means "hilltop". With the right amount urbanisation and cultural influences, the place indeed is truly beautiful and is a fine example of how paradise would look like.

Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

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The hilly retreat of Mahabaleshwar is well known for its arresting natural beauty and the gorgeous strawberry farms apart from ancient temples, dense green forests, hills, valleys and much more.

The place is one amongst the most sought-after weekend escapes from Mumbai, thanks to its enticing valleys, serene lakes and breathtaking views. All this is further added to by the various local delicacies which would offer a feast to your taste buds.

Munnar, Kerala

Munnar, Kerala

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Considered to be one of the biggest tea plantations in South India, Munnar is one of the most attractive and much-visited hill stations in the state of Kerala; it is located on the banks of the three rivers namely Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru.

The place is well known for its climatic conditions apart from the natural viewpoints and is divided into two parts-Old Munnar and Munnar. If you are a tea lover, well, this is the place for you to visit.

 Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling, West Bengal

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An erstwhile summer capital of India under the British rule, Darjeeling has kept its date of being one of the most sought-after hill stations in the country. Well known for its gorgeous tea plantations and natural beauty, it attracts folks from all walks of life who would come here to relish a cup of the famed Darjeeling tea.

One would come across a large number of people from Tibet and Nepal apart from the Gorkhas and other people from other states here; this speaks volumes about the cultural diversity of the place. One would get a clear view of the Kanchenjunga, which is considered the third highest peak in the world and the highest in the country.

Havelock, Andaman

Havelock, Andaman

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With its magical beaches, twinkling teal shallows and one of the best diving locations in South Asia, Havelock is well known as a traveller's paradise. Its sandy beaches are fringed with greenery of the rain forests, which keeps calling visitors to witness some of the best beaches in the country and have a peaceful and enjoyable stay.

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