March Out In March

Starting with the splash of colors and marking the end of Winters, March witnessed the Holi celebrations of this year. Neither too hot nor too cold, March remains the favorite month for travelers to roam around in India. So take a break, get out of your warm, cozy beds, make your backpack and jump out to explore the best!

Here’s a curated list of the places you can head to in the month of March…

Vrindavan and Mathura


You must have already guessed why Vrindavan is on the top of the list, because… Holi! The festival makes it the perfect time to visit this place, it being the origin of India’s most popular festival. While the festival is celebrated with full gusto in all over the country, but in Braj, the celebration is held on another level! Braj is a region which covers Vrindavan as well as Mathura and other regions, while Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Vrindavan is where he had grown up.

Wayanad and Coorg


Tired from your hectic work routines? Head to Wayanad and Coorg for a relaxed holiday with family or your special someone in the lap of nature. Wayanad is no less than a heaven for the nature lovers, beat the heat and experience the best of hilly region with a refreshing climate. There’s a lot of beauty in this little district of Kerala, from dense forests to the swaying paddies, which is sure to leave you awestruck! Trek during the day, and relax in the evenings in wayanad; same goes for Coorg. Summers are the best time to visit Coorg, which is also known as the Scotland of India. You can do a lot more here, from experiencing wildlife safari, to hiking, sight seeing and attending local events. Also, don’t forget to indulge in some Caffeine love!

Hampi


Hampi, an ancient village in Karnataka, is one of the most favourite destinations for history lovers. This village is an attraction for national as well as international travellers, for obvious reasons! There is a long list of temples, and forlorn landscapes – and you will surely get lost in the rustic charm of the village.

Mcleodganj and Dharamsala


This is one trip which wouldn’t be too hard on your pocket, yet is sure to give you an experience of a lifetime. The place will not just offer you a refreshing weather, but has a lot to visit for sightseeing. Mcleodganj, is also home to Dalai Lama, and therefore it is a centre for Buddhist practices as well as Tibetan culture. Visit the popular monasteries, water falls and do trekking during your trip, and enjoy shopping at the local markets during the evenings.

Andaman Nicobar


The heavenly island is an ideal spot for a vacation, where you can set yourself free and rejuvenate your mind and body. With beautiful coastline, turquoise water where you can dive in, are one of the few things which make it an ideal getaway for all kinds of travelers.

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