Actor Jackky Bhagnani is getting married to actor Rakul Preet Singh. The duo are tying the knot in Goa. Guests at the wedding will be able to opt for gluten-free and sugar-free food during the festivities. The couple flew out to Goa on Saturday. While Goa sure is a lovely place to get married, here are other scenic places in India to have a destination wedding.

Alleppey, Kerala

The backwaters of Kerala have a unique charm. It is a perfect setting for couples who want an intimate, yet picturesque wedding. You could even extend your stay and double it up as a honeymoon destination.

Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is yet another hilly destination suited for a wedding. The place is more accessible, especially for those living in Mumbai, Karnataka or any of the other southern states.

Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Nestled amid the hills, Dehradun, is yet another lovely place for a destination wedding. The lush landscapes will surely be a perfect backdrop for a wedding. If you're planning to get married in winter, the sangeet ceremony could probably be around a campfire!

Alibaug, Maharashtra

Want a beach wedding, but not at Goa? Alibaug is a great alternative. A coastal town, about two hours away from Mumbai, it is the perfect place for a wedding away from the bustle of the city.

Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu

Mahabalipuram is a beach destination. It is also a place of heritage temples. Host a wedding here and enjoy both aspects of this coastal town. It allows your guests to indulge in sumptuous seafood and traditional Tamil cuisine.


Known for its palaces and lake resorts, Rajasthan is probably the wedding capital of India. You could choose to get married at Jodhpur like Priyanka Chopra did, or at Udaipur like Parineeti Chopra. Or, like Katrina and Vicky Kaushal, you could choose to tie the knot at Ranthambore.