10 best places to visit in February Month

The winter chill is still present in India in February, and every location, from the deserts of Rajasthan to the Mughal architecture of North India, seems inviting. When you add Valentine’s Day, which is on February snapinsta 14, to the mix, you have all the right reasons to plan a vacation. From deep forests in the Kodaikanal to New Year’s celebrations in Sikkim, this month has plenty to make you fall even more in love with India. 

The ten best places to visit are as follows:

Agra, Uttar Pradesh, is one of the best places to travel in India in February. This is the best time to see the Taj Mahal. During the day, you can spend hours marveling at its beauty due to the mild climate and warm sun. And if you go at night, you can see the exquisite marble work lit up by the moon in the stillness of the night. If you’re in Agra, you should also visit lesser-known landmarks like Fatehpur Sikri, Sikandra Fort, and Kanch Mahal.

Delhi is a city of extremes, so February’s perfectly pleasant weather is more than welcome. Visit Lodhi Garden, stroll through Sunder Nursery, and schedule a visit to Amrit Udyan, which is covered in fresh flowers, to spend your afternoons sunbathing in the sprawling parks of Delhi. Take a guided tour of the city’s numerous monuments to go back in time. Enroute Indian History looks at the havelis of Chandni Chowk, while DelhiByFoot looks for the famous djinns in Mehrauli.

Sikkim According to the Tibetan lunar calendar, the new year begins on February 21 in 2023. Tibetan Buddhists observe the Losar festival on this day, which is marked by prayer flags on every street corner and home-cooked meals. Most of the time, Losar in Sikkim lasts for four days and features competitions, games, and folk performances in the monasteries. In addition, experience the Chaam dance in Pelling, Gangtok’s snow, and river rafting on the Teesta river’s turbulent currents.

Kalimpong, West Bengal Walking around Kalimpong is the best way to experience its romance. Take your significant other to this charming town near Darjeeling this Valentine’s Day. Discover the stories behind a ge universal remote codes century-old church, get lost in pine groves, and escape into the charm of British architecture. The hill station has a lot of beauty because of the Khangchendzonga mountain range in the distance and the local Tibetan handicrafts up close. In the waning winter atmosphere, everything is more enjoyable.

Jodhpur, Rajasthan—A city steeped in tradition and history, Jodhpur takes on a new culture every February because that’s when the Sacred Spirit Festival is held (10-12 February). The festival will once again welcome musicians from all over the world to Mehrangarh Fort to celebrate the soulful music traditions after a two-year hiatus. Catch performances of classical instruments like the mridangam, cristal baschet, mohan veena, and carnatic violin this year. While you are there, take a tour of the fort and drive an hour to Osian, a forgotten town with the remains of ancient Hindu and Jain temples from the 8th century.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan The Thar desert’s ochre dunes are transformed for three days in February during the Jaisalmer Desert Festival (3-5 February). Contemporary music, handicrafts stalls, and art installations add local culture to the landscape. Additionally, this is the time of year when city residents welcome visitors interested in sampling local cuisine. The desert city is also a great place to go on night safaris, and there are havelis, forts, and temples all around the city.

In September, Namibia’s Cheetah Conservation Fund delivered eight cheetahs to India from Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Since then, the predator-free enclosure in Kuno National Park has been home to the cheetahs. Following their release into the wild, cheetah safaris are anticipated to begin in the park in February. Not only will this bring attention to the less well-known Kuno National Park, but it will also increase wildlife tourism in India. In addition, the park is home to a wide variety of animals, including leopards, chinkara, striped hyenas, blackbucks, and boars. Winter migrants include the black stork, white-breasted waterhen, Indian pitta, and great egret.

A trip to Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, is a treat for the senses because there is so much to enjoy, from crystal-clear waters to sky islands. Take a hike up the hill station to see the valley from a variety of vantage points. You can smell the pine and fog in the air because the winter has not yet ended. Birdsong that flies from deep within the shola forests makes the surrounding area echo. You can also go to Vattakanal Falls, the Kurinji Temple, which is dedicated to the local god Murugan, and Kodaikanal Lake.

Coorg, Karnataka: Coffee aromas and deep-green plantations abound when you visit Coorg. White coffee flowers, on the other hand, begin to bloom for the season during the mild spring weather. You can also go out into the wild to look for new blooms, or you can go to Raja’s Seat to see a curated show with 12,000 plants, floral decorations, and a bonsai exhibition.

Since the Museum of Art and Photography will open on February 18, Bengaluru, Karnataka Art will have a new home in Bengaluru. Be the first to see the exhibition of clothing, photographs, and paintings made of woven textiles; artwork by Jangarh Singh Shyam; and permanent collections that include works by photographers Ami Vitale and Jamini Roy, among others. Pink trumpets paint the canvas a natural pink out on the streets. Enjoy the city’s crisp February weather as you stroll through Cubbon Park with blossoms at your feet.

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