India Tour: Best places to visit in India in February 2021

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Best places to visit in India in February 2021 – With us moving into the second month of 2021 and the country still covered under a blanket of cold you will feel the need of traveling to a destination that can harmonize your mood with its pleasant weather in February. And in India, there is no shortage of such beautiful, amazing, breathtaking, and picturesque destinations to make you fall in love with.

best places to visit in india in february

We bring you the best places to visit in India in february 2021 to experience and have the time of your life.

1. Gulmarg

Gulmarg

If you love snow and the cold weather then this town located in the sensational state of Jammu and Kashmir is a must-visit. Known as the meadow of flowers, one is greeted with snow-covered hills filled with an abundance of snow which make the perfect destination for skiing and snowboarding. Also featuring the longest cable car ride in India which offers a complete view of the Himalayas in all their majesty.

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best places to visit in India in february

2. Ooty

Ooty

One of the most popular hill stations, this town in South India is a jewel of a place. Filled with tea plantations, luscious green fields, a free-flowing beautiful countryside, and many lakes, Ooty provides an extremely relaxing atmosphere for visitors and is the perfect place to take your shoes off and get some well-earned rest. February is the best time to visit owing to the delightful summer festival taking place which is a must-watch.

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3. Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Located in a remote part of India, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the best travel destinations in the country. This tropical paradise is filled with white beaches surrounded by glistening water and dotted with huge magnificent palm trees. With the weather being at its best in February, the month is the perfect time to visit the islands and indulge in snorkeling, scuba diving, and the other water sports on offer.

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best places to visit in India in february

4. Kutch

Kutch

The vast expanses of white salt-filled deserts in the Rann of Kutch area are a delight to the eyes. With pure white land as far as your eye can go, Kutch comes to life during December-February with the Rann festival taking place. One can stay in the huge camps set up to experience the festival fully and participate in cultural programs, functions, and adventure activities like hot-air ballooning.

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5. Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer

Famous for Rajputana Havelis and the Jaisalmer fort which feature sandstone architecture, February is the best time to visit this city in Rajasthan owing to the perfect weather. Filled with a golden hue, the Golden City offers a sensational desert safari which is perhaps the best in the country. The Jaisalmer Desert Festival which celebrates the cultural festivity that surrounds Rajasthan also takes part in this month.

best places to visit in India in february

Kodaikanal

kodaikanal

Kodaikanal is a beautiful town that is set in an area of granite cliffs, forest valleys, lakes, and waterfalls. It is situated in Dindigul and is known as the ‘Princess of the hills’. This place is one of the most romantic places in and around Bangalore. It is well-known for spices, herbal teas, coffee, homemade chocolates, and orchids.

Sikkim

sikkim tour

Sikkim is famous for amazing waterfalls, forests, Tibetan style Buddhist Gompas, alpine meadows,  flowers, and many more.  In 2008, Sikkim was declared India’s first open defecation-free state. Losar Festival is a great festival celebrated in Sikkim where entire local communities gather together to observe religious performances. This year, it will be celebrated from 12 February 2021 to 14 February 2021.

best places to visit in India in february

Coorg

coorg

With handsome hills and splendid tea gardens, Coorg makes for a perfect holiday destination in the month of February. You can also visit Nagarhole National Park, Abbey falls, and Namdroling Monastery and makes the best of your tour down south. You might easily spot a Malabar Giant Squirrel in the trees around. The nearest airport is Mandakalli Airport, Mysore at 132 km, and Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru at 287km from Coorg.

Kutch
kutch gujarat

The salt desert of Gujarat, which is famous for the pristine crystal-like sand that makes it all appear like one at the horizon, the point where the earth and the sky seem to be meeting. As far as the eye goes, you will feel like crystals are spread, it can be best enjoyed at a full moon night. You can plan to visit the place during the Rann Utsav that takes place annually. Rann Utsav is from 12th Nov 2020 to 28th Feb 2021.

best places to visit in India in february

Jaipur

jaipur

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is one of the most beautiful states in India. Here you can find a unique confluence of art, culture, and history. Jaipur holds many beautiful palaces, lakes, and forts showing a glimpse of history. Places to visit in Jaipur are Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Palace, Jal Mahal, and many more.

Kerala

kerala

One of the most preferred tourist destinations of India, Kerala is visited by millions of domestic and international tourists every year. Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady (spice plantations), Alleppey and Kumarakom (backwaters), Cherai Beach, Athirapally waterfalls, Trivandrum, Kanyakumari are some of the most popular places of Kerala.

best places to visit in India in february

Goa

goa

Goa is a destination that attracts a large number of international and national tourists each year. Goa is India’s smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population. Beaches, nightlife, churches, and World Heritage-listed sites are the must-visit places.

Khajuraho

Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

‘Hindustan Ka Dil’ is the term used when they describe Madhya Pradesh and it very much explains it with its flamboyant architecture and the ancient temples, the wildlife reserves, and other forests. The Khajuraho monuments include Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain temples which are again one of the 32 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. Khajuraho Dance Festival is celebrated every year. This year, it will be celebrated from 20 to 26 February.

best places to visit in India in february

Agra

Taj Mahal

Agra is famous for The Taj Mahal, other forts, monuments, and palaces. It is situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. A historic city in North India, it is one of the most famous tourist destinations in India. Taj Mahotsav is an annual 10-day event at Shilpgram in Agra. 2021 Taj Mahotsav will begin on 18 February and ends on 27 February.

Varanasi

varanasi

Varanasi, also known as Banaras and Kashi is one of the oldest cities in the world. Every year thousands of people come here with reverence and faith to visit the Varanasi Ghats and temples. Varanasi or Kashi sees a huge number of foreign tourists as well.

best places to visit in India in february

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park which is also known as Kanha Tiger Reserve is a popular reserve with a vast expanse of grassland and forest in Madhya Pradesh. Here, you can spot animals like Tigers, jackals, and wild pigs. The months between November and February is considered excellent for visiting Kanha national park as the rainfall during the monsoon rejuvenated all the nature & vegetation.

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