Where to go in March 2021 long weekends? 8 trips in India to choose from. March is coming. This year has been very difficult. We do not have to tell you why. Covid-19 still exists, and the numbers repeat itself. The only thing we can do to avoid following all health guidelines, such as wearing face masks and washing our hands. Infinitum ad.
However, if you are a traveler, the silver lining is among the worst daily reminders that travel restrictions are slim. In addition, March has two long weekends: one during the Maha Shivratri (March 11, March 12, March 13, March 14); and another Leader (March 27, March 28, March 29). This is a reason to rejoice. Right?
So, if you are going on a cold vacation with your mind in mind, we have some suggestions for you.
If the adventure is in your mind, Bir billing should be on your list. Come March, and the area is becoming a major destination for adventure lovers as the first season of paragliding begins. In addition to this adrenaline rush, you have beautiful mountain views and pleasant temperatures.
If you love nature, the roar of the rivers and the tranquility of a happy morning by the banks of the Ganga, then Rishikesh is a place to relax. Include a visit to Judge National Park, and will be scheduled for the weekend.
The beautiful scenery and the scenery around Kamshet will give you the much-needed breath at work. From hiking to rock climbing or even climbing, you can do anything here.
The spectacular mountain pass in the Western Ghats in Maharashtra, Malshej Ghat is a weekend getaway where you will be able to slow down and relax while enjoying the beautiful waterfalls, lush vegetation and migratory birds.
A popular escape from the hills of West Bengal, Kurseong is home to wild orchids, Buddhist gompas, temples and waterfalls. This area is also known as the Land of Orchids, and for good reason.
Want to escape and take a break from city life? After that plan a visit to Kalimpong, Kanchenjunga builds a terrific background. Closed and away from madness, there are beautiful places here like Durpin Monastery, Lepcha Museum and Deolo Hills to explore. There are also Lava, Lolegaon and Rishap all around. Don’t miss the root bridge in Lolegaon.
Think of the blue sea with a view of ancient French architecture and delicious seafood. That’s what Puducherry, the former Pondicherry and best known as Pondy, is to you. This French Riviera is a place to visit and will be a trip to remember.
Summer Munnar is a great time to enjoy sightseeing and visiting tea plantations and Eravikulam National Park. Apart from that, Munnar is also a popular hiking destination and is home to Lakkam Waterfalls and Anamudi Peak.
Now while travel may be at the top of your list this year after a nightmare that was 2020, with the second wave approaching, take adequate steps before exiting. See the Covid government guidelines as well; especially when traveling abroad.