Travel trend: Indian couples opt for an unconventional honeymoon experience

Today's Indian traveler is more open to take multiple short vacations in a year. With India increasingly accessible to newer destinations, couples now seek to select special experiences by customizing their vacations. It has been observed that several couples are looking for adventure-based activities and, increasingly, many couples are using their honeymoon as a time for a well-deserved rest and relaxation. Attending local experiences has also become an important aspect of the honeymoon over the years, as evidenced by the demands of new age travelers.

Commenting on the packages, Daniel D’Souza, President and Country Head Leisure of SOTC Travel, said: “Newlyweds increasingly seek to explore new destinations that offer unique experiences. We have also witnessed a growing trend for special occasion trips. We see a number of customers celebrating their anniversaries and birthdays in life and using these events as an opportunity to interact with their spouses. The popularity of tropical destinations such as Sri Lanka, Maldives and Mauritius has increased among honeymoon couples and we have created attractive packages to enhance your experience in these picturesque places with an additional option for couples to personalize their vacations with the help of our On-The-Go function.

How about a romantic and relaxing cruise on the Seine River, followed by dinner at the historic Eiffel Tower in Paris, an exciting desert trip on a classic Land Rover in Dubai, a step back in history through tours of Stonehenge, Windsor and Bath in London, a delicious tour of street food in Rome or a dazzling view of New York City through a helicopter ride?

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