Planning to take that much needed break from your routine life but still wondering where to go during this time of the year? Well, throw all your worries to wind and take your pick from these destinations listed below:
Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Home to the eternally beautiful, Taj Mahal, Agra is one of the best places where you can plan a trip in March. The weather of Agra remains pleasant in March, minus the cold or heat waves and you can enjoy your vacation at this historic city to the fullest. An ideal Agra itinerary should include places such as the globally famous Taj, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and the bustling local markets. Don’t forget to pack some pethas from here. Talking about connectivity, Agra is well-connected via rail, road and airways from almost all major cities in India. In case you are planning for a train journey, it you can check PNR Status Enquiry, train berth availability and other relevant details before your trip.
March is the time when this holy town gears up for hosting the International Yoga Festival which will be held during the week, March 1st to 9th this year. The week long event will see yoga learners and masters from every part of the globe. Some of the not to miss attractions of this beautiful town are Lakshman Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Shivpuri and Parmarth Niketan among others.
The Pink City is one of the best places to visit in March as the weather is quite pleasant during this time of the year and you can enjoy your trip to the fullest. Your Jaipur trip is said to be incomplete without visiting places such as Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, City Palace Complex, Albert Hall Museum and Jal Mahal among others. Do visit the famous local markets to indulge in some serious retail therapy as these bazaars sell almost everything and anything under the sun. If you are planning a train journey to this city, you can check IRCTC seat availability with fare and timings prior to your journey for a hassle-free experience.
The Party Capital of India welcomes its guests with a lively atmosphere, amazing beaches and lovely locals. During March, Goa plays perfect host to several festivals such as Shigmotsav which is the local version of Holi and Sabado Gordo which is held in Panaji and is a type of procession of floats.
Shantiniketan, West Bengal
Want to have a hatke Holi experience this year? Well, plan a trip to Shantiniketan to enjoy a different Holi. The festival is celebrated with several cultural activities such as plays, folk performances and musical shows. Shantiniketan is just the place for March and enjoying a peaceful and musical Holi. The nearest railhead to Shantiniketan is Bolpur which is about 3 km from the former. You can do train enquiry, seat availability via the ixigo website and check where my train is for different trains running in this route.
So, what are you thinking? Plan a trip to any of these destinations and be ready for lovely memories!