10 best places to visit in March in India

In March, when winter loses its grip and spring starts to embrace the earth, it is a wonderful time to begin a voyage through India. Now is the perfect opportunity to visit the different landscapes and cultural heritage of India.

Here is a list of our picks for the best 10 places to visit in March. Each lovely place on this list can be used as both a base for adventure or a platform in which you can rest happily, confident in the knowledge that your time spent there is not wasted.

1. Kashmir – The Heaven On Earth

March is great for visiting ‘The Paradise of the Earth’. Flowers and almonds cover the tailored landscape of walnut groves and chinar with snow peaks behind them. See the famed Mughal Gardens, take a Dal Lake Shikara tour, and revel in the regional beauty.

2. Wayanad, Kerala – Mother Nature’s Lap

Come March, when Wayanad’s climate turns balmy enough, it is the best time to go out and view the rich greenery at what could be its best. Hills, dense forests and waterfalls are covered under the best of spring beauty; outdoor sport enthusiasts will love hiking Chembra Peak, and others can go see wildlife at the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.

3. Ooty, Tamil Nadu – Queen of Hill Stations

Surrounded by peaceful hills and blooming flowers, Ooty is just a world away. At the annual flower show in March, don’t miss this spectacle where you can see India as brightly colored it’s most exotic blooms. Experience a trip on the Nilgiri mountain railway and while away some time by Ooty Lake.

4. Delhi – A Capital City Infused with Charm

Here, something of the modern, more vibrant India has taken root side by side with literally superannuated cultural heritage.  B]The architectural glories of Delhi – India Gate, Qutub Minar may well have been altered over time but remain basically unchanged – that is, until you reach its bustling but still inviting markets and food stalls which offer some specialties distinctively Indian.

5. Dehradun, Uttarakhand – The Doon Valley

Dehradun is a city located in the foothills of the Himalayas that offers two unique features, one natural and the

other man-made: nature’s bounty and human progress. In Dehradun, you can find out about Indian Halls of Science such as the

Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, National Institute of Hydrology, and so on. The area includes caves, waterfalls, and various hot springs. Nature lovers would love this area.

6. Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh – Spiritual Bliss

Vrindavan, also known as Vrindavan in Sanskrit, where Krishna is considered the protector (sthala-bhakta-krta vota). The streets turn red with rivers of colored flour and people happily come out to greet one another. Regular folk will even recite poetry at this time of year in commemoration for Radha’s love for Lord Krishna.

Sanathana Goswami’s blessing later gave way to music played on veena (a stringed musical instrument that existed in ancient India). It’s a place where you can enjoy the cheerful life of this ancient city and truly feel part of the festival.

7. Udaipur, Rajasthan – The City of Lakes

Udaipur, also known as the ‘lake city’ Romance is one of the most prominent experiences. The tranquil waters of Lake Pichola are surrounded by the Majestic Palace in which Maharana’s family still resides. Take a boat ride across Lake Pichola, view the City Palace, and revere all the splendors of Rajasthan’s architecture and culture.

8. Madikeri, Karnataka – The Scotland of India

Madikeri in Coorg, the hill station of Karnataka, is covered with coffee plantations and magnificent scenery. You will find no better time to wander through green hillflanks than March, taking in panoramic views of the Western Ghats.

9. Kullu, Himachal Pradesh – The Valley of Gods

Kullu, Himachal Pradesh – Valley of the Gods Kullu is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers. Here trekking, river rafting, and parasailing are on the list. It is a good time to admire natural spring beauty with such weather in March.

10. Coonoor, Tamil Nadu – The Hidden Gem

Coonoor, Tamil Nadu – A Hidden Jewel Coonoor is a small hill station near Ooty. Known for its tea gardens and colonial hangover, this little town is almost stuck in a time warp. Sim’s Park and Dolphin’s Nose boast views worthwhile in themselves, and for those needing peace of mind, there could hardly be a better retreat than such tranquility-situated spots.

My Final thought

In this part of the world, March is full of tourism options as you can witness from high up on Mount Dhaulagiri or down by Nainital’s Lake Bhimtal.In novels and films, the grey-green mountain massif is clear to the reader or viewer. “Ever since I was a kid I’ve been saying getting older is a plus point… just one day before we did what we liked and then came back to worry about it.” “So pack your bags and set out in March this year to discover yet another aspect of this vast spectrum.”

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