Top 10 Places to Visit in March

Welcome Summers, Welcome back. Yet another excuse for people with wanderlust to pack their bags and go on a travel spree, be it to escape that callous heat of it or to celebrate its arrival. We have got a list for you to discover the perfect places which would only spread a smile on your face. Here we are with top  10 places to visit in March

1. Tawang

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Buddhism breathes in the very air of Tawang. Probably this is why anyone who comes here leaves behind all the miseries and takes away the gift of peace. Wander the streets and behold the benevolent Buddhist Monks and Buddhist monasteries. Don’t miss Tawang Monastery, the apple of the eye of the dwellers, a 400-year-old Monastery. Not only has Tawang gifted you peace and serenity, but also all the picturesque beauty it is a home to.

Weather in March: An average temperature of 5-21 degree Celsius
Things to do: city shopping in old market and Tibetan settlement market and meditation in meditation centers
Things to see: Bap Teng Kang, Sela Pass, Tawang Monastery

2. Singalila National Park

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If you happen to be someone who’s a lover of wildlife, Singalila National Park welcomes you to meet what you adore the most. It is a home to many unknown and never-before-heard species. For instance, Red Panda and Barking Deer. I am sure you’re also astonished and equally fascinated to discover these rare species. This is truly such a strange world!  Even if you’re not someone much in love with wildlife, but you love adventure, Singalila is also a place for you. The National Park is a hub for trekkers too.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around -5 to 11 degree Celsius
Things to do: Safari, trekking.

3. Shantiniketan, West Bengal

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Santiniketan happens to be the birth place of Rabindranath Tagore. Every little corner of Santiniketan has his trace. But if you’re not a lover of literature and poems, you surely must love the festival of color? If the answer is in affirmative, this place is definitely for you! It’s spring, the month of colors and no one knows better to celebrate it than the people here. The Basant Utsav or say Holi Utsav is celebrated with merriment, cheer, and roars of laughter. The flying colors color not only the air but also the hearts of the people.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 17-25 degree Celsius
Things to see: Rabindranath Tagore’s Ashram, Deer Park, Kankalitala, Ballabhpur wildlife sanctuary
Things to do: Sightseeing

4. Vrindavan

If someone who knows how to love unconditionally they will be drawn to Vrindavan, for their love of Govinda. Vrindavan happens to be the childhood love of Lord Krishna. It is an abode to many temples dedicated to Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha. If your devotion is planning to lead you here, listen to your heart because it’s that time of the year when colors jump in the air. Holi is just around the corner! No other place celebrates this festival with such glee cheers than Vrindavan. Don’t wait! The place awaits you to shower its blessings on you.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 12-28 degree Celsius
Things to see: ISKCON Temple, Prem Mandir, Banke Bihari Mandir, Radha Raman Temple, Shahji Temple
Things to do: Sightseeing

5. Mount Abu, Rajasthan

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Being a part of Rajasthan, Mount Abu does justice to it, with the architectural magnificence and rich tradition and culture. But there happens to be a difference since unlike the rest of Rajasthan, Mount Abu happens to be a hill station with a cool and pleasant weather. It is the home of some of the most magnificent creations made by humans. One of them is the Dilwara Temple, which dates back to 11th century. This is the perfect blend of pleasing weather, nature and architecture at one place.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 14-25 degree Celsius
Things to see: Nakki Lake, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Dilwara Temple, Toad Rock
Things to do: Rock climbing, Trekking at Nakki Lake Circl and Trevor’s Tank

6. Lakshadweep

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Time changes everything, but Lakshadweep doesn’t fall into that category! Untouched by the winds of time, it remains ever beautiful and still gives shelter to one of the most beautiful beaches in Asia. To summarize about Lakshadweep, we’d use just three words. Beauty in Blue. The beautiful shade of blue of the sea that matches the unfathomable blue sky, till you can see.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 23-33 degree Celsius.
Things to see: Minicoy Island, Agatti Island, Kavaratti Island, Marine Museum.
Things to do: Shopping at Kavaratti and buying handicrafts. Water sports.

7. Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Chennai is the capital of the Indian state of Tamilnadu and one of the main destinations in the Southern part of India. A city by the Bay of Bengal, the beauty of this place unbounded. It is an abode of beaches, where the sands fall in love with the sea. From trying out the local cuisine, experiencing the rich heritage of this metropolitan city to trying out the lip-smacking street food on the beaches, this place has a lot to offer. I’m sure you’d be mesmerised, as much as we are.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 28 degree Celsius
Things to see: Marina Beach, Breezy Beach, Dash n Splash, Kohli Hills,  ISKCON, Santhome Cathedral Basilica
Things to do: Indulge in Chettinad cuisine which is a must try in this part of the country. Do not forget to grab one of the amazing Chennai silk sarees from world renowned shops.

8. Gorumara Forest, West Bengal

image9 7A National Park in West Bengal which is an abode to animals such as reptiles, birds and insects includes Indian Rhinoceros, One-horned rhinoceros, Gaur, Asian Elephant, Sloth bear, Chital, Bengal Tigers, Indian Wild Dogs, Indian Wolf, Pygmy Hog, Giant Squirrels, Hispid Hare and Sambar Deer, Barking deer, Hog deer and Wild boar, Scarlet Minivet, Sunbird, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Spangled Drongo, Great Indian Hornbill, Woodpeckers, Pheasants, Peafowls, Brahminy Duck, Indian Python, and King Cobra and others! If you’re a wildlife lover, this place waits to hear the echoes of your footsteps.

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 20-30 degree Celsius
Things to do: Wildlife Safari

9. Jaipur

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Jaipur is a city in Rajasthan and thus obviously, it has all the attributes of the ever-beautiful Rajasthan. Always buzzing with sound and activity and a place of tradition and culture, the city will leave you spellbound. Popularly known as Pink City for its architectural attributes. Jaipur is an abode to the most majestic buildings in the history, for example, the Amber Fort. A must visit!

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 20-30 degree Celsius
Things to see: Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal,
Things to do: Shopping traditional clothing in Bapu Bazar 

10. Kanchipuram

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If you have never heard of Kanchipuram, let us tell you it is famous for Kanchiwaram sarees. But it is more than just that. It is an abode to thousands of temples. One such Temple is the Ekambaranathar Temple which was reconstructed by the Cholas. Kanchipuram was also the capital of the ancient Pallava, Chola and the Vijaynagar Empires. A beautiful city in itself which must be visited!

Weather in March: An average temperature of around 25-40 degree Celsius
Things to see: Kamakshi Amman Temple, Varadaraja Temple, Devrajaswami Temple, Kailasanathar Temple
Things to do: Shopping, sightseeing.

The wind is blowing with colors- after all, it’s the Holi season. Everyone is filled with laughter and mirth and there’s happiness in the air! Hope this list of top 10 places to visit in March help you in planning your trip. Till then, Happy Holi, Readers!

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