There is always a connection between good food and romance. To bring back those butterflies or start a new bonding, food, and travel help couples a lot. There is always a chance to unveil great emotions during dinner time. Here are six delicious destinations in South India for the foodie couple. Take time to register these destinations in your mind for your next honeymoon travel.
P O N D I C H E R R Y
Also known as Puducherry, this “white town” is an exhilarating destination for the foodie population. The touch of France in houses, streets, food, and the hues is what makes Pondy different from other cultural spots. The vibes of Pondicherry during the night is perfect for long strolls with your loved one. ‘Quiche’ is a french-style cuisine which is an open baked tart drenched with savory egg and custard filling decorated with lip-smacking cheese and rightly cooked vegetable.
H Y D E R A B A D
One of the oldest cities in India is known for its exotic colors and commerce. A regal history and true love story are behind the fortress corridors of Hyderabad. Golconda Fort, Birla Mandir, Laad Bazaar, Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, and historic Tombs coupled with ‘Hyderabadi Biryani’ makes for a splendid honeymoon experience during monsoon and winter.
C O O R G
The land of the warrior community has a milder tone when it comes to their coffee plantations. Known as the Scotland of India, Coorg is a romantic place for a silent honeymoon. Oranges, Pork dishes, cherries, puttu, kadala curry, and robusta and arabica ‘coffee’ will keep your stomach fill and soul fulfilled. Homestay options inside coffee plantations are a surefire way to relax inhaling the scent of happiness.
A L L A P U Z H A
The highly preferred destination of the westerners in Kerala is famous for its houseboats, backwaters, beach, and seafood. Feed on the ‘fish curry’ and if you want to take your culinary travel to another level, try toddy along with this delectable dish. A perfect day in Alleppey includes houseboat stay, temple visit, wading along with pristine beaches, souvenir shopping, and fish curry. Unwind yourself in God’s Own Country and relaxedly dissolve in the land of everything.
K A R A I K U D I
Famous for its Chettinad cuisine, the humungous structures and royal nature of Karaikudi is a bliss for the authentic foodies. Lip-burning dishes made with love is not just food but the character of vast culture. Eat food amidst royal materials like Indian Rosewood, Italian Marble, Burmese teak, English steel, intricate artworks, and sizzling sculptures.
M A D U R A I
This temple city is full of interesting stories, bravery, pure love for people, and great food. People who want to tingle their taste buds with meat and spicy dishes should come to this place. Their famous Jigarthanda is more than a drink, it is an emotion and must-try street food in the erstwhile Pandyan Kingdom. During winter, a couple can plan their temple tour along with experiential food travel connecting Madurai.
Explore South India along with great regional food. Because, through great food, the history and essence of a place could be easily known. Book culinary tours, fixed, and personal tour packages with South Tourism and collect precious moments and unforgettable memories.