Best places to visit in India in March

Mukesh Chetwani

04 February 2021


Best places to visit in India in March

Here is the list of the Best Places to visit in India in March.

These are the top tourist destinations in India where you can enjoy your holiday with Ice and cold, religion and fun especially in March. If you are planning to spend your holiday in India in March then please go through this article.

Best Places to visit in India in March :


  1. Manali

Where would you head to if you have to find snow even during the scorching sun in March? Where would you go for fun and frolic in vast swathes of snow or go onboard on some of the thrilling Himalayan treks? The answer to all these questions is obviously a trip to Manali. But that is not all that a trip to Manali has to offer, it has many other folds.

The mesmeric Himalayan countryside, beautiful Beas River, picture-perfect valleys with snow-capped mountainscape, and beautiful lush green forests make Manali one of the best destinations for honeymoon couples in India.

So, whether you are a bantam traveler seeking adventure in the lap of the Himalayas, a newly married couple looking for a beautiful start or just looking forward to a rowdy good time amidst nature with family or friends, the Manali tour is the perfect tour for you, especially in March.

  1. Shillong

Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya known as ‘Abode of Clouds’. Shillong is a lovely hill station in North East India. Settled at an elevation up to 4908 ft., among lush green Khasi hills, the enchanting city is blessed with nature, adventure, and other excitements. Shillong tour covers exploring waterfalls, mountain peaks, crystal-clear lakes, sprawling golf courses, museums, and more.

Favored by travelers from across the globe, Shillong is a heavenly getaway from the hustle-bustle of cities enjoying the leisurely pleasures of a small town. The tourist attractions in Shillong that you must see on your tour include Shillong Peak, Ward’s Lake, Umiam Lake, Lady Hydari Peak, Don Bosco Museum, Meghalaya State Museum, etc. The beautiful waterfalls Nohsngithiang Falls, the highest waterfall in India, and Elephant Falls are some of the true wonders of nature. David Scott Trail, the scenic and thrilling trail is an amazing way to explore the ecstasy of northeast. Trekking, hiking, relaxing strolls are some of the many things to do in Shillong.

  1. Rishikesh

Rishikesh is one of the latest additions to the hipster attractions in India, especially popular amongst young people. The hill station offers soothing beauty, massive temples, architectural prodigies, and a proud list of adventure sports for those looking for adventure. The city has something for everyone, with pilgrimage spots, ayurvedic massages, and river rafting around the city.

4. Kasol

, The Five Dimension

Kasol, a paradise on earth, a beautiful place to live, and wonderful land to visit for peace of mind.

Kasol is a hamlet in the district Kullu of Himachal Pradesh in the north of India. It is a tiny village situated on the banks of the river Parvati. Kasol is a famous tourist attraction that has speedily gained fame as a very prevalent hub for trekkers, backpackers, and mystic nature lovers.

It is frequently identified as the Amsterdam of India; this old-fashioned slightly big village is royal in natural scenic beauty.  While being placed between the towns of Bhuntar and Manikaran, Kasol might seem like a bare, featureless village from the external side, but it is one of the best spaces in the state to just sit back and chill in the lap of nature. In spite of being a remote hamlet, Kasol makes it place in our 7 best places to visit in May in India.

You can stay in ‘the five dimensions resort’ that embraces the side of the river, or in a convenient wooden house with mountain views from every room. You can also choose a dwelling with outdoor tented beds to be even closer to the landscape.


Best Places to visit in India in March:


  1. Mount Abu

If you are planning a March vacation then you must enjoy the Gangaur Festival of Mount Abu. Although this festival is related to Hinduism, tourists can enjoy a lot more than just pilgrim goings-on. You can find many interesting ceremonies during this festival. Young people take parade around the city with oil lamps in their hands. You can also find marches of camels, horses, elephants, and bullock carts. During this festival, Ghewar is made in the city. Ghewar is a local delicacy that is a seasonal dish here during Gangaur.

  1. Amritsar

Amritsar is one of the most-loved and sought-religious cities in the state of Punjab. The Golden Temple, its culture, and the welcoming people of Amritsar simply make you want to spend some more time there. The numerous eateries, awe-inspiring attractions, and breath-taking history of this city of Punjab will keep you involved as well as excited during your visit to this side of Punjab. Moreover, in the month of March, Amritsar will tranquilize you with a soothing weather

Best Places to visit in India in March:


  1. Hampi

UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi is a peaceful town that was founded way back in the 14th century in the enormous valley on the banks of the River Tungabhadra. An ever open-museum of architecture, religion, and history, this place is full of countless gems that were hewed from stones, mainly during the reign of the Vijayanagara Empire. The fortresses and temples of Hampi such as the King’s Palace, the Virupaksha Temple, and the Vittala Temple are the most attractive places to visit. The figurines of dancing courtesans, elephants, Gods, royal womenfolk look like sheer gems.

  1. Khajuraho

March can definitely be considered as one of the best months to visit Khajuraho, as, during this time of the month, it is neither hot nor cold in the state of Madhya Pradesh. This is the month when you can easily plan a city tour and make the most of it. As a group of many monuments that feature intricate artwork, Khajuraho will astonish history enthusiasts and archaeology buffs alike. You can easily include Khajuraho as one of the best historic places to visit in India in March.

  1. Mathura

The harmonious chorus of temple bells, the sweet scent of incense, and the positive energy in Mathura city all come together to offer you an experience like none another. The most popular temple in the homeland of Shri Krishna is the Dwarkadesh Temple, which is home to a pretty shrine of Lord Krishna and Radha among other deities. And if you happen to visit the temple during the festivals of Janmashtami, Diwali, or Holi, you will be there with a huge surprise.

The energy of the temple and the city will take you by storm and you will just fall in love with the small pilgrimage town. The culture of Mathura is possibly what attracts people to this lovely town rather than its mythical importance, though one can’t repudiate or undermine its historical significance.

Among other places to visit, you can head to Vishram Ghat, Rangji Temple, and Govind Deo temple. Holy for both Jains and Buddhists, Mathura sees people from around the world. A meeting point for people from different cultures, there is much to study and explore in this beautiful city. Finding a place to stay here is not tricky at all as there are a number of small dharmshalas as well as large luxurious resorts.

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