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Best Places to Visit in India: Places To Visit Each Month of the Year

Best Places to Visit in India:  Places To Visit Each Month of the Year

India holds the history for being one of the oldest civilisations in the world, India is a pastiche of multicultural realities. With a rich heritage and myriad attractions, the country is one amongst the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Spreading from the snow-covered Himalayan heights to the tropical rain forests of the south. 

As you travel through of the country, you will be greeted by diverse differences of cuisines, religions, arts, crafts, music, nature, lands, tribes, history and adventure sports. India has a mesmeric blend of the old and the new. As towering shopping malls stand next to the bustling old bazaars and grand monuments accompanied by luxurious heritage hotels, the traveller can get the best of both worlds. There is so much to explore in this magnanimous country. Here is a list of Best places to visit in India for each month:


  • Auli (Uttarakhand​): Is located in Uttarakhand, it is a Himalayan ski resort and hill station. Start your new year with adventurous vibes in the snow-covered plains of Auli Bugyal. This place is enclosed by coniferous and oak forests, the Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat mountains. Badrinath Temple in the North Auli is a holy Hindu pilgrimage site, the Valley of Flowers National Park, with its mountainous flora and wildlife like snow leopards and red foxes all of these makes Auli more colourful. Auli is famous for Skiing sport, in the winter season ski down the snow on the slopes that turns Auli into a winter paradise, which makes January the best time to visit Auli.

  • Chilika Lake (Odisha): Experience the memorizing bird visiting site, which is Asia's largest salt-water lake located in the state of Odisha, in India. January is the time when the migratory birds arrive at their winter grounds. The drop-dead gorgeous site of flamingos and Irrawaddy streams dolphins at this time of the year make it just the best place to visit in January. 

  • Diu (Gujarat): The peaceful beaches of the west seashore make an excellent trip for the first month of the year. Enjoy parasailing and windsurfing at Nagao Beach and Ghoghla Beach and view the spirit of the crystal clear sky above the boundless Arabian Sea, all of these things together make January the best time to visit Diu.


  • Nasik (Maharashtra): Popularly known as wine capital, it is a real heaven for Wine lovers enjoy Nasik's Sula Fest where fun, food, fashion, wine and music are available. This happens in the first week of February will give you a weekend to cherish. Sula Fest includes music performances by international artists, great food with fantastic wine. There will be incredible energy of the masses and a tent site where you can sleep under the stars.

  • Gulmarg (Jammu and Kashmir): February is the best time to get your gear on and go snowboarding and skiing in the snow-covered plains of Kashmir. Gulmarg is the hub of adventure activities in this season, also it assures extraordinary landscapes and a clear night sky for those who prefer a peaceful vacation.

  • Periyar Tiger Reserve (Kerala): One of the best places to visit in India in February include Periyar Tiger reserve is a foremost choice of wildlife and outdoor photography lovers. Visit this place which abodes wildlife in Thekkady. This time of the year animals spend most of the time near the lake and the forest gets greener and looks the best.


  • Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh): March is the best time to visit Vrindavan, cause it is time when the festival of colours, Holi is celebrated magnificently by the localities as well as the travellers from all over the world. This holy city of India is the place where Lord Krishna spent his childhood. It is located in the district of Mathura. 

  • Velas Beach, Ratnagiri (Maharastra): Located on a small beachfront village in the Ratnagiri district of Maharastra state, it has become a travellers' hotspot due to the Velas Turtle Festival at this time of the year. Hundreds of Turtles of Olive Ridley species come to the Velas Beach during this breeding season. 

  • Rishikesh Yoga Festival (Uttrakhand): Wouldn't it be the best time to visit the yoga capital of India for the biggest yoga festival in the country which is held during the first week of March, which makes March the best time to visit Rishikesh. Learn the classical art of meditation from the professional yoga teachers and guruji's who gather during the International Yoga Festival to address yoga lovers from all over the world.


  • Mon (Nagaland): During the first week of April, the Aoleang festival of the Konyaks from Northern Nagaland is celebrated. This festival is a celebration that signifies the beginning of the new year in the region and travellers experience the rich cultural heritage of northern Nagaland through native dance performances by the locals which also includes music talent shows, songs and games.

  • Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir Tulip Festival: It is South Asia's biggest Tulip Festival that takes place during March and April of every year. The festival held at Siraj Bagh Chesmahsahi also known as Indira Gandhi Memorial Garden in Srinagar that makes April the best time to visit Srinagar, when all flowers are in full bloom. Apart from this festival, at this time of the year, there will the best climatic conditions to explore the nearby towns of Gulmarg and snow-capped hilltops enclosing the valley.

  • Shillong (Meghalaya): Walk up to the summit of the Shillong Peak and enjoy the panoramic view of the city, heaven for photography lovers. Witnessing the unbelievable sight of 18-hole golf course in Shillong. This trip you could explore the ancient village, also known as the cleanest village in Asia. 


  • Ooty (Tamil Nadu): Located in the state of Tamil Nadu, informally known as the capital of the Nilgiri Hills. Botanical Gardens on the inclines of the Doddabetta peak, tea factory and museum in Ooty are the must-visit spots. 

  • Gangtok (Sikkim): Travel to the hills of Sikkim along the Teesta River and reach the beautiful capital city, Gangtok. There are several hilltops such as Ganesh Tok and Hanuman Tok, monasteries, spectacular viewpoints around the city of Gangtok make this location the best place to visit in May. 

  • Kasol (Himachal Pradesh): Experience the hills of Himachal Pradesh through the pleasant summertime. These hill towns Kasol and the entire Parvati Valley is a hub of travellers throughout the year. But May is the best time to visit Kasol.


  • Ladakh: Summers in Ladakh is an invitation to travellers from across the world to visit this place. The roads through Manali and Srinagar open routes to Leh, the capital city of Ladakh and the spectacular towns on the route to Leh give best sight to view. Leh Palace, Thiksey Monastery, Shey Palace, Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri are some of the best places that give scenic view during this time of the year.

  • Kodaikanal (Tamil Nadu): Take a trip to the ancient little hill station of South India, Kodaikanal. Enjoy the view of Kodai Lake, Pillar rocks and the enclosing pine forests together make Kodaikanal one of the most serene spots to spend your vacation. 


  • Orchha (Madhya Pradesh): This esoteric heritage city in the heart of India is the most excellent location for travellers engrossed in history, art and culture. The antiquated temples and palaces around the city such as Raja Ram Temple, Jahangir Mahal and Rai Praveen Mahal are definitely must-visit places for travellers in Orchha.

  • Valley of Flowers National Park (Uttarakhand): July is the best time of the year to encounter the miracles of nature at the Valley Of Flowers trek in Uttarakhand. Go trekking through the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve that assures the valley in full bloom during July, August and September.

  • Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani (Maharastra): The two cities together make the best weekend destination for people from Mumbai. Hills enclose the vast and boundless plateau of Mahabaleshwar on all sides. Wilson or Sunrise Point is the highest point in the city at 1439 m. 


  • Spiti Valley (Himachal Pradesh): Taking the road trip to the stunning Himalayan desert is an extraordinary adventure. Spiti assures the best options to travel on a road trip with breathtaking views.

  • Karjat (Maharastra): It is one of the best places to visit nearby Mumbai during August. The trekking locations around Karjat include Chanderi Fort Trek, Matheran Trek and Peth Fort Trek, all of these spots are thrilling. Karjat is renowned for the spectacular views of Ulhas Valley, Bhor Ghat and Kondana Caves.

  • Munnar (Kerala): Levitated 6000ft above sea level, Munnar is located in Kerala. This former British tea plantation location is still a fancied vacation destination for travellers around India. Popular place to visit in Munnar include Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty and waterfalls of Chinnakanal & Anayirangal.


  • Kinnaur (Himachal Pradesh): This place in Himachal Pradesh is only popular for the best apples in India but also for the secluded corners in and around Kinnaur which makes this a great place to explore. Famous places to visit in Kinnaur include the caves of Tabo, the quaint village of Nako and the nearby town of Kalpa.

  • Wayanad (Kerala): Land of the paddy fields, Wayanad. September is the best time of the year to endure the peaceful Wayanad. The best approach is to travel on natural wonders and try hiking. Some promising hiking trails are to Sahibkkunnu, hike to Kurisumala Peak and Chembra Peak. Must-visit places include Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary and Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary.

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands: Feel the light and sound show at the cellular jail. Experience the beautiful sunset at Radhanagar beach and enjoy snorkelling at the Elephant Beach on Havelock Island. Must-visit places in Andaman and Nicobar Island include Corbyn's Cove beach, North Bay Island and Ross Island. 


  • Kaas Valley (Maharastra): Kaas valley is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Kaas Plateau is a tiny valley of flowers in Maharashtra. After the rainy seasons are over, this place makes for a wonderful weekend getaway destination from Mumbai. Paths along the valley would help you study and explore the hundreds of species of flowers in the region.

  • Coorg (Karnataka): Amazing diversity of flora and fauna, wide area of coffee plantations and marvellous waterfalls, Coorg is a favourite destination for many nature lovers. Popular places in Coorg include Dubare Elephant Camp, Abbey falls, Brahmagiri Peak and Iruppu Falls.

  • Pushkar (Rajasthan): The best time to visit Pushkar is October, It is a Hindu pilgrimage site that has recently emerged as the new bohemian hub in the state of Rajasthan. Aside from the Brahma temple and the sumptuous Pushkar Lake, the city is also recognised for the myriad cafe-hopping points that are an absolute delight to any traveller.


  • Cherrapunji (Meghalaya): The best time to visit Northeast India is during the delightful winters. some of the best spots of Cherrapunji include Nohkalikai Falls, Mawsmai Cave, Dainthlen Falls. A quick drive away from Cherrapunji is the living root bridge at Mawlynnong is the wonder of nature, it is also the cleanest village in Asia.

  • Agumbe (Karnataka): This village located in Shimoga District of Karnataka, which is home to the last surviving low land rainforests. The town of Agumbe is enclosed by several reserve forests in the Western Ghats, such as Kundapur, Sringeri, Hosanagara and Thirthahalli, which are collectively known as Agumbe Rainforest Complex.

  • Lakshadweep: Lakshadweep, an ultimate beach vacation. Best things to do in Lakshadweep are scuba diving in Kalpeni Island and canoeing in Minicoy Island. Visit Agatti Island which is popular for water sports activities. Try Kite surfing at Kadamat Island.


  • Varkala (Kerala): December is the best time to visit Varkala because at this time the end of the year you can find it more peaceful and calm. Some of the peaceful spots to visit during your travel to Varkala include Thiruvambadi Beach and Edava Beach.

  • Konark (Odisha): Indulge yourself in the marvellous heritage of the country. The Sun Temple of Konark which was built on the 13th century even today stands still as a symbol of our rich history. It is a remarkable architectural wonder. World-famous Puri is a beach destination nearby Konark which is worth visiting.

  • Goa: At the end of the year, Goa is all about beach parties, the Christmas celebrations and adventure sports on the marvellous beaches of Goa. Must-Visit places include Anjuna for beach parties, Baga for watersports and Ashwem beach to relax and enjoy spa.

So this was a small description about the places to visit according to months of the year. For all the travel enthusiasts, if you are up to some real travelling and want the right travel guidances Sushant travels is here to help you with all the queries and offer you the best deals and offers. Book your India Tour Packages (customized according to your choice and budget) with Sushant Travels right now to avail great discount.