Five Best Places to Visit in February – March

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1- Lakshwadeep :- Lakshwadeep is a group of most of the beautiful and exotic islands and beaches with vibrant colours; covered with green palms, coconut trees creamy sand and turquoise blue ocean together compile for a lifetime memorable vacation. There are only 36 islands, of which only 10 of them are inhabited. Perhaps it’s unique charm lies in its remoteness. For thrill seekers it’s one of the perfect destinations, as some of the islands have been developed for scuba diving, snorkeling, yachting, swimming,pedal boating etc. while some are for relaxation and natural enjoyment.

 

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2- Gulmarg :- Gulmarg is situated at an altitude of 2730m above sea level, surrounded by mountains, green meadows, evergreen forested hills and valleys. Gulmarg is also popular for being among one of the top honeymoon destinations and has also been a famous location for Bollywood shootings. Unlike Manali and Shimla, it is untouched by large crowds and is one of the ideal place for snow seekers as you can find snow here throughout the year.

 

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3- Coorg:- Coorg is the land of raw natural beauty situated on the slopes of the Western Ghats. The ideal months to visit Coorg is between January to April ; when the weather is pleasant, the tea and spice plantation starts blooming and their fragrance filled valleys are treat for all your senses. It is well known for its exotic scenic beauty, misty landscape, lush greenery, forest covered hills and spice and coffee plantation add to the greenery of this hill station. It is an ideal destinations with mesmerising landscape and full of adventurous sports like camping, rafting, trekking, microlight flying and paragliding.

 

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4- Agra :- The city of The Taj Mahal, one of the world’s famous monument; the symbol of eternal love, attracts tourists from across the world. Taj Mahal being one of the seven wonders of the world makes our country proud. Apart from Taj Mahal, other historic monuments such as Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri makes Agra a must visit for tourist. Agra has three UNESCO World Heritage sites. Apart from monuments, Agra is also an ideal destination for foodies with a sweet tooth or chaat lovers – the famous Agra ka petha and amazing chaats are famous all over the country.

 

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5- Delhi :- The capital city of India has a unique blend of historic monuments, traditions, culture, crowded shopping malls, political importance as well as center of performing arts. It is one of the most famous tourists spots hosting some of the spectacular historic sites, such as Qutub Minar, the Iron Pillar built in 4th century A.D., Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Lotus Temple, Humayun Tomb and Rashtrapati Bhavan.Delhi experience extreme weather; February and March is the most favourable month to visit the capital city.