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Top Places to visit in March

March is a wonderful month to travel, enabling people to beat the winter ending with a fresh attitude and lots of fun, both in the sun and at a variety of festivals across the country. This month offers the pleasant and tranquil environment for the enthusiastic travelers. March is also the month for all kinds of tourist activities and visiting the pristine beaches and islands like Andaman and Lakshadweep down South. Hill Station in both North and South offer tranquil refuge to the guests in this month. If you love snow then heading out north would be ideal time for adventure in Himalayas. So here's the top 10 places to visit in India in March.

Top Destinations to visit in March

Rajasthan, an epitome of royal heritage, is undoubtedly amongst the top in the list of enchanting tourist destinations, architecturally high and culturally vibrant states in India. This sandy state has served as a home to the Rajput dynasty for many centuries; under their prominence of which, the land turned out to be a potpourri of traditions, culture and heritage. This can be best witnessed in the form of festivals when in the month of March the state celebrates the likes of the Elephant festival, Gangaur festival and Shitla Mata Fair. The weather stays absolutely perfect to explore any of the cities of Rajasthan and thus, making it one of the best places to visit in March in India.


Manali is a beauty of the Himalayas nestled in Himachal Pradesh. It is mentioned in mythology as the origin of the human civilization. The modern day visitors are attracted to the evergreen pine groves, snowcapped mountains, whispering forests, cascading waterfalls and the swift flowing waters of perennial Beas. Manali remains a favorite in India’s travel scene throughout the year but in March it only gets better. The Phagli mela is a perfect opportunity to witness the simple mountain lifestyle and also the river rafting cup is scheduled in this month.


Fondly referred to as the ‘Queen of the Hills’, Darjeeling in West Bengal is a perfect getaway from chaotic city life during the month of March. Known all round the clock for its aromatic tea and lush tea estates, Darjeeling houses the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Darjeeling Himalayan Railway that is more popular as the toy train. Its splendid weather, a number of tourist attractions, exotic wildlife, monasteries and lush scenic beauty attracts tourists every year in decent numbers. For adventure enthusiasts, there are plenty of adventure activities.


The party mood of Goa is not restricted to a month or season. The allure of the blissful heaven is yearlong. The sandy coastline, azure waters, thrilling adventures, attractions and the merry culture draws visitors from all over the globe. March is a pleasant time to visit. Witness cultural extravaganza of the smallest state of India. Shigmotsav, Goa’s version of Holi is a vibrant affair. It is celebrated with a marvelous demonstration of floats and street partying. The weather matches up your mood by supplying warm sunshine and pleasant breeze.


Sikkim is the Himalayan Shangri-La. The North Eastern state is an unexplored natural beauty. Blessed with backdrop of snowcapped mountains especially Mt Kanchendzonga, it is home to crystal clear lakes, ancient Tibetan Monasteries, lush spreads of rhododendron, adventures and beauty beyond words. March is a suitable time to visit. The chilly winters are over and the sultry summers are yet to come. It is the month of warm sunshine and pleasant holidays. The Lampokhari Tourism Festival is organized during this month. Relish the secret pleasures of the mountain heaven.


The oldest existing city in the civilization of the country, Varanasi lies along the banks of River Ganga. Here in the river Ghats, life comes to a full circle as every ritual form birth to death are performed here. Hindus consider the city holy as bathing in the waters means release from the vicious circle of rebirth. The Assi Ghat, Dasaswamedh Ghat, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, etc attracts believers. March is a good time to visit. It’s the month of the Maha Shivaratri and the Drupad music festival. Feel the bliss.


Presently a serene heaven like no other, Andaman Islands were once called as Kalapani which was an unknown location for the location of life imprisonment for revolutionary rebels during the British rule. Now an ideal destination for a peaceful vacation with the family or a romantic escape, Andaman Island has been blessed sun-kissed beaches with crystal clear waters, a tranquil environment and colorful coral reefs. Elephant Beach, Barren Island and Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park are a must-visit. Scuba diving, swimming, glass boat ride, snorkeling and other water sports are quite popular here during March, when the weather is splendid

Andaman islands

Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasts of being home to two-third of the population of one-horned rhinoceros in the world. The month of March means a wonderful weather in the region and thus one must visit the national park during the same, to increase the chances of spotting the exotic animal species during safari. Also a Tiger Reserve, Kaziranga national Park is one of the most popular wildlife reserves in area and is the oldest one in Assam. Elephant ride is the main mode of safari inside the park.

kaziranga national park

On the holy banks of the river Ganga, snuggled in the lower hills of Himalayas, Rishikesh is a divine city. The city is also an adventure hub of river rafting and mountain activities. March is a good time to visit the quaint hill town. River rafting has been re-started after the cold winters. It is also time for the International Yoga Festival in its birth place. This one-week festival is an opportunity to celebrate the ancient science. Over 60 hours of yoga classes from world-class teachers are also organized.


Lying at an above sea level of 1700 meters in Himachal Pradesh, McLeodganj is an amazing tourist hill town that finds itself in the upper Dharmasala region. The famed seat of the holy leader Dalai Lama, it boasts of a wonderful weather during March and becomes a must-visit destination. It has been named after the former Governor of Punjab in British times, David McLeod. Fondly referred to as Dhasa or Little Lhasa, McLeodganj is also the center of Buddhish practices and Tibetan culture. Visit the popular monasteries, waterfalls and partake in trekking


Home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Group of Monuments, Hampi is a nice destination to visit during March because of its pleasant weather. Visit the popular ruins of temples and other architectural marvels and soak-in the history of the erstwhile royal empires. Around 500 in number, these gems include remains of palaces, temples, huge regal pavilions and platforms, bastions, old market streets and more. It is not only a pilgrim’s delight but is also an ideal location for a backpacker as well.


Dubbed as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin is a major tourist allure in Kerala. The lure of the port city is beyond words. Huge fishing nets from China mark the shores. A 400 year old synagogue, age old mosques, remnants of the Dutch, Portuguese and other cultures have created a melting pot. The city is a hub of tourism being the getaway to the picturesque backwater lagoons, Ayurveda and various delights. Though the beautiful city tempts for visit year long, March amplifies its allure with its blissful weather.


Australia is famed for its sun-kissed seashores, cerulean waters, rainforests, deserts, the exotic beauty of the Great Barrier Reef and thriving cities, all in one country. Come March and the country is buzzing with activities. The warm summers have gone and given way to pleasant weather. It’s the idyllic time to enjoy the outdoors. There is an international surfing festival in Queensland, thriving music festivals in Sydney and a host of delightful festivals in Melbourne. The whole country is celebrating and it is a good time to plan a visit.


Ranthambore National Park started as a tiger preservation site for Project Tiger in 1973, has now become the biggest and most populated tiger reserve in the country. Located within the park is the Ranthambore Fort, which is one of the six forts in Rajasthan to be a part of the World Heritage Sites. March is the month for wildlife buffs to visit the place. Safari is a good way to spot the species calling the national park home. The weather is blissful as it’s neither hot nor cold but moderate.


Thailand cannot be summarized in words, it’s an experience of golden sandy shores, turquoise waters, historical temples, palaces, fun-filled nights, delicious food, amazing shopping and thrilling adventures. Ranking among the most visited places in the world, the Land of Smiles is romantic, exciting and delightful. March is a pleasant time to visit. Easy on the pockets, this month witnesses tourists from all over the world trying to enjoy the warm sunshine before it becomes too harsh. Get way to the southern shores of the country for the best holiday.


Seychelles is an Inviting beauty of turquoise waters, silvery sandy beaches, lush hills, vibrant culture and picturesque beach resorts. Apart from the usual Seychelles diversions of fun in the sun, March is carnival time in this island nation. The capital, Victoria, is geared up for a three-day International Carnaval, featuring a procession with colorful floats, as well as a host of other activities. Also in mid-March is the annual “Fete de la Francophonie”, a cultural event across the island of Mahé which involves film shows, a craft bazaar and exhibitions.


Vrindavan is a holy city of pilgrimage. Known as the home of Lord Krishna, the place is divinely blessed. Mathura, close by also has divine connections as it is the birth place of the Lord. As March comes, devotees from all over the world assemble. It is time for the festival of colors, Holi is celebrated here with gusto. Visit the temples, Banke Bihari Temple and the ISCKON Temple decked up in celebratory garbs. Lath Maar Holi is an experience that you shall not forget. Do not miss the fun, delicious sweets and feel the ambiance so spiritually charged.


The island nation of Mauritius is a picturesque heaven. The volcanic landscape is blessed with turquoise waters thriving with life, sandy shores, swaying palms, verdant hills and beauty so charming that it often leaves visitors in awe. Serene is the ambiance of the Indian Ocean Island with delights for all visitors. March is a good time to visit though the weather is a little unpredictable. The tourist season ends in April, so now is the time to enjoy the warm sunshine, thrilling adventures, delicious food, charming culture and relaxing holiday.


A group of 36 enchanting islands, Lakshadweep, lying in the Laccadive Sea, has been blessed with verdant landscape, exotic flora-fauna and sun-kissed pristine beaches. A popular tourist destination, Lakshadweep boasts of an amazing weather and is an ideal holiday resort during the month of March. Along with being a place to enjoy a laid-back vacation, it also offers you a chance to partake in a number of water activities. If you are an adventure enthusiast, you can partake in swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing and more. The exotic marine life and colorful coral are other major attractions


The month of March in Shillong offers an amazing weather to the travelers who wish to have a memorable vacation while enjoying a mixed weather. Also known as the ‘Scotland of The East’, Shillong is an ideal vacation destination, which away from the regular hustle-bustle of the city life. Placed at an altitude of 4908 feet above the sea level, this enchanting North-eastern hill town boasts of rolling hills, lush green landscape and clean environment. During your visit, you can visit the popular tourist attractions and can indulge in adventure activities as well.


The largest hill town in the Sahyadri Mountains of Maharashtra, Mahabaleshwar stands at an above sea level of 1372 meters. The cool climate during the March month, the high-rolling peaks, the lush green surroundings, the cool breeze and the tranquil atmosphere makes it an ideal getaway from chaos of the city life. The summer capital of the Bombay Presidency during the Brisith rule, Mahabaleshwar boasts of a number of scenic locations. Known as Malcolm Peth in the olden times, this hill station houses a number of must-visit tourist attractions.

maha baleshwar

One of the most popular religious sites in the southern part of India, Rameshwaram lies in Tamil Nadu state and is flocked by a decent number of pilgrims every year. Located in Pamban Island in the Gulf of Mannar, Rameshwaram is known for its connection of Lord Ramayana of the great Hindu epic Ramayana. It is believed that Lord Rama had built a bridge across the sea to be able to reach Lanka where his wife Sita was abducted by Ravana. That is not all. It is also one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.

ramesh waram