12 Destination Places for 12 Months Throughout India

For people who love to travel, there is not a single place in the world that is truly far away. And for these people, traveling is not just a habit, but it’s a passion worth holding on to. 

That is why here is our list of the 12 destination places that you can visit for 12 months throughout India:

1) January – Enjoy the Lakshadweep in Winter

With the winter hitting the country hard, there is no place to enjoy rather than in the white beach islands of Lakshadweep. It offers a great opportunity to respite for the winter months in the tropical climates. Lakshadweep is also a great place for all the adventure lovers who love the isolation and water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving as well as even surfing. Book Lakshadweep Tour

2) February – Jaisalmer with the Desert Festival

Don’t take your chances to visit the desert during the summer. Rather the ideal time is in the month of February with a pleasant climate that is neither too hot, nor too cold. One of the greater reasons to visit Jaisalmer in February is because of the Desert Festivals. You can’t miss the three-day-long festival with activities such as folk music, dancing, and a variety of other activities. Book Jaisalmer Tour

3) March – Back to the Islands

March is the best time to visit the Andaman and Nicobar islands with a pleasant temperature of around 20 degrees. A great scenic beauty of the sea with warm weather is the best thing that could happen to your life. It is also not too populated around this time of the year. Book Islands Tour

4) April – Hills, and Manali

If you want to visit the top hill stations in India, spring is the best time to be around. With the environment just putting off their ice blanket and wearing pleasant weather, you can’t miss out on the adventure. Manali is also a place for all the adventure lovers who love trekking, river rafting, and even paragliding. With the fourth month of the year, you won’t be having any chills in the weather and neither a bright sun above your head. Book Hills, and Manali Tour

5) May – Bullets, Leh and Ladakh

You don’t really need to have a bullet in order to travel Leh and Ladakh. But, if you happen to have a bullet, it is the only time of the year when the Rohtang pass is opened for the riders giving you a great chance to explore thousands of miles in the paradise of Leh and Ladakh. Book Ladakh Tour

6) June – Exploring the Great Hills of Kerala

The rolling green hills of Munnar is something that you can consider coming out of the Fairy tale. This is one of the best places to be if you want to get away from the boring city life. You can always let nature take the lead with beautiful rivers, rolling greens, and whistling valleys while you can just sit and relax. June is the perfect time to visit such a place, as the first rain showers the entire domain giving a beautiful transformation to the entire domain. Book Kerala Hills Tour

7) July – Forests and Greenery

When the rainy season is at the peak, it is a great time to visit the lush green forests of Agumbe on the southern coast of Karnataka. If you happen to an animal lover, this is a place right next to paradise for you with being the home of a variety of diverse animal species. If you are lucky enough, you can even cross paths with a King Cobra. Book Forests Tour

8) August – Uttarakhand and the Valley of Flowers

In the month of August, the only place you need to trek is the colorful valley of flowers. It creates a mesmerizing beauty watching an infinite number of flowers blooming at every corner of the city. They just work as a cherry on top of that. Book Uttarakhand Valley Tour

9) September – The Holy city of Varanasi

Religious or not, everyone needs to visit the holy city of Varanasi at least once in every year. A city devoted to Lord Shiva is completely surrounded by Ghats where the river Ganges meets the land. The smells of the incense stick and the sound of the ringing bells are surely going to awake the devotee inside you. Book Varanasi Tour

10) October – Don’t Even Dare to Exclude Darjeeling

October is the perfect time to visit West Bengal. There are mainly two great reasons to visit here. It is that time of the year when the entire state prepares for a grandeur Durga Pooja and while you are at it, why not visit Darjeeling itself. With winter around the corner, you can also enjoy the early stage of snowfall. Book Darjeeling Tour

11) November – Golden Temple and Diwali

Despite the differences of caste, culture, and creed, the only time when entire India comes together is Diwali and what could be a better place to celebrate than the Golden Temple of Amritsar. With all the lights, candles, lands, and utter devotion, you will find yourself meeting with your spirituality. Fireworks and devoted prayers are something you can’t risk to miss in November. Book Golden Temple Tour

12) December – Here Comes Goa

If you are planning to spend the new year’s eve, there’s nothing like Goa. It is the perfect place to be for all the party animals out there. Although it is a little bit pricier than other places, you can enjoy every buck you spend on Goa. And, don’t let us get started with all the booze and beaches of Goa. Book Goa Tour

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