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30 Best Places to Visit in India in February

The world celebrates February as the Month of Love, thanks to St. Valentine. It’s like romance has been set default for this month with everything around you turning in one or the other shade of red and Righteous Brothers’ Unchained Melody being played in the background all through one’s waking hours.

Have I taken you to another level of imagination instead of helping you decide where to go in February in India? Yes, well apologies. Let me quickly take you through the list of places that are apt to visit in India in this beautiful month, when the weather is pleasant across the country.

February is also a month when the festivals and fairs are raining cats and dogs in different parts of India; the country in fact is like how Salman Khan would quote it ‘Too Much Fun’.

herefore, if you have travel plans in February, let me assure you, you are going to attain a lifetime experience as there are way too many events, festivals and many awesome tourist attractions in February that you could have expected.

And in order to get the maximum of this eventful month, all you need to do is to choose from the list that we provide you. So, before the introduction becomes sloppy, let us go straight to our list.

List of 30 Best Places to Visit in February in India

  • Kutch, Gujarat
  • Ludhiana, Punjab
  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • Kolkata, West Bengal
  • Nasik, Maharashtra
  • Goa
  • Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
  • Shekhawati, Rajasthan
  • Nagaur, Rajasthan
  • Alleppey, Kerala
  • Delhi
  • Agra, Uttar Pradesh
  • Palakkad, Kerala
  • Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
  • Jodhpur, Rajasthan
  • Trivandrum, Kerala
  • Kasargod, Kerala
  • Puri and Konark, Odisha
  • Bhubaneshwar, Odisha
  • Bengaluru, Karnataka
  • Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
  • Ranthambore, Rajasthan
  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir
  • Diu, Daman & Diu
  • Pollachi, Tamil Nadu
  • Kaluk, Sikkim
  • Anini, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Mahbubnagar, Telangana
  • Papikondalu, Andhra Pradesh

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Kutch, Gujarat

Rann of Kutch Gujarat

Kutch region of Gujarat is the best place to visit in the month of February. The name of Kutch conjures an image of wide white salt desert, the traditionally dressed village women, big turban folk singers and camels. Yes, indeed this is the visual treat that one can enjoy in the region; however, there is a lot more that Kutch has to offer.

Only tourists who visit Kutch region will be able to cherish the lesser-known gems like Dholavira, an ancient site; Mandvi, an ancient ship-building town; Bhuj, an earthquake-hit city which is developing rapidly and the Little Kutch that boasts one of its kind Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary.

The flavorsome food that is devoid of the overt sweetness of Gujarati food is the highlight of the Kutch trip. Take my advice and give rural tours a chance; the tour will make your Pineal Gland work twice and will help you understand India better. Also, ensure to include Narayan Sarovar and Koteshwar to your Kutch itinerary for adding an extra flavor to your trip.


Since February is the last month for the famed Rann Utsav, it is a great time to see the Kutch region come to life. You shall be able to enjoy dance and music performances along with the sight of migratory birds that include flamingos.

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Ludhiana, Punjab

Ludhiana - Kila Raipur Rural Olympics

If you are visiting Ludhiana in Punjab then enough of spending money on international fests.  This February get a slice of some DESI fun. For those who do not understand the term Desi, it is a way of calling oneself ‘Traditional’ in a pejorative manner. Now coming back to the topic as to why you should visit Ludhiana in February, well the simplest answer would be to enjoy uniqueness. Traditional Punjabi food, malls and historical monuments will captivate your senses and make your sightseeing more interesting.

Ludhiana is very popular for Kila Raipur Rural Olympics held every year in the month of February. This event has grown up in six decades to become one of the most happening sports events in Punjab. Apart from enjoying the festivities there are numerous awesome places to visit in Ludhiana which will delight your soul.

Top places to visit in Ludhiana are Gurudwara Mehdiana Sahib, Pavilion Mall, Rakh Bagh Park, Hardy’s World, Waves Mall, Nehru Rose Garden, Phillaur Fort. The beauty of these sights is impossible to explain in its totality. Visit here once and get enthralled by its charm yourself.

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Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai Darshan- Gateway of India

Mumbai Darshan will elevate your travel experience to a different level. The beach life and the delicious street food of the city, the historical monuments and unique culture will give you blissful vibes. And since you’ve arrived here, do not miss the opportunity to take a tour of the Film City (You never know which Bollywood Star you might just bump into. Hush!).

A trip to Mumbai in February will show you one of the biggest events on Mumbai’s social calendar, Indian Derby, along with the pleasant climate that prevails during this time of the year.

Believed to be attended by 25000 each year, Indian Derby is a high society sports event and it is truly a must-see in Mumbai. In addition to horse racing, there’s international aerial ballet, professional salsa dancing, and live bands that can be enjoyed here.

Highlight- Mumbai is very popular for Indian Derby races held at Mahalakshmi Race Course.

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Kolkata, West Bengal

Kolkata - Victoria Memorial

Kolkata can be another incredible place to visit in India. This culturally rich capital city is an apt reflection of Indians who are still attached to their traditional roots. Being a metropolitan city, the modern-day Kolkata is paradoxical as one can see many cultures developing gradually with the mainstream Bengali culture.

As far as February is concerned, the International Sufi Music Festival gives you all the right reasons to visit Kolkata. Apart from enjoying this event that is able to transcend you to another world, there are a lot of things that you will be able to do in Kolkata due to pleasant weather in February.  Traditional cuisines, sweets, temples, music, theatre and shopping spots at every corner will never make your day dull even for a moment here.

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Nasik, Maharashtra

Nashik Vineyard Stay

Wow! Now this one is one my bucket list as well. The vineyard city, Nasik is the best travel place to visit in February for those looking for a non-conventional holiday in India. Let me give you a brief of what your vacation in Nashik will include: You will be camping in proximity to a large grape vineyard and shall be the part of an eclectic mix of activities like music, food and wine. Sounds fun enough?

Well, wait till you hear this, this is one of the exclusive Gourmet World Music Festivals in India, and so it is definitely a place NOT to miss this February. Also, Nashik’s ethereal and spiritual vibes will heal your toil-weary spirit. Mesmerizing hills of Sahyadri range, awesome Western Ghats, gorgeous waterfalls, beautiful vineyards, scenic temples, ancient forts and caves makes Nashik one of the most preferred places for tourists to visit for holidays. It’s a total package of relaxation, rejuvenation and fun.

Where: Sula Vineyard amphitheater, Nashik

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Goa Beach

Will I be sounding rude or clichéd if I say that you do not need a reason or season to visit Goa? Even if I do, I cannot help it! Goa is the place where every season has its own charm. The vivacious state has nights and days devoted to fun and frolic activities. Be it the beach parties or the traditional carnivals, you will see Goa always in a pleasant and whimsical mood. And the vivaciousness is contagious here.

One of the good reasons out of many to visit Goa in February for vacation would be the celebration of Goa Carnival. What the Portuguese started in the 18th century is now an integral part of the culture of Goa. During the carnival people can be seen dancing on the streets; parades, floats, music and masked dancing groups are sighted across the state. A formal ball dance called the Red and Black Dance can also be enjoyed during the carnival along with the food and culture festival that is held in Panaji.

Where: The carnival moves from city to city (Panaji, Margao, Vasco and Mapusa) in Goa. The parade starts out from Panaji.

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Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Jaisalmer Desert Festival

You must not miss out on taking the opportunity of visiting Rajasthan in the winter season. Apparently, Rajasthan is reckoned to be the hottest state in India and therefore visiting it in the summer season is a tough row to hoe. That is why it is ideal to visit Rajasthan in the winter season. The month of February adds to the already existing reasons for those planning a trip to Rajasthan. The city of golden sands has kept its royalty still intact in the form of the magnificent hill fort of Jaisal. The world famous Gair and fire dance in the midst of desert will blow your heart away. If you are planning a trip to Jaisalmer, you must try Desert Safari which is one of the best things to do in Jaisalmer.

It is that of the year when the famed Jaisalmer Desert Festival takes place in this magnificent city.

The Desert Festival is the lovely opportunity to experience the cultural richness of this sandstone city. A parade of camels, camel races and polo matches, turban tying competitions, finest facial hair competition and acrobats, puppeteers, and jugglers are the highlights of the event that will leave you quite amused.

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Shekhawati, Rajasthan

Shekhawati Festival

The month of February gives a brilliant opportunity to walk back in time in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan.  It is a perfect opportunity to sight the traditionally built havelis that Shekhawati region is famous for. You shall also have the opportunity to Savour the delectable Rajasthani cuisine and cherish the massive shopping experience. Dipped in myths and culture, dotted with magnificent forts, architecturally rich temples, havelis, colorful markets and beautiful mansions, Shekhawati is one of the most visited destinations in Rajasthan.

Mid-February is the celebration of the Shekhawati Festival. The fest includes assorted cultural programs and activities like Mehendi and Rangoli competitions, Matka Race, Tug-of-War and Folk dance and music performances.

Where: Surya Mandal Stadium, Nawalgarh

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Nagaur, Rajasthan

Nagaur Cattle Fair Rajasthan

Some 150kms away from the charming Blue City, Nagaur is the destination to learn about the rural life of Rajasthan. Nagaur is one of a kind.  It is one of the most popular holiday destinations to visit in the month of February. The town is a testimony to great battles that had been fought centuries ago.

It also finds a mention in the great Indian Epic Mahabharata. Forts and monuments located here are an outstanding example of the beautiful confluence of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles. Located in the southwestern district of Nagaur is the Sambhar Lake, India’s largest Salt Lake and the magnificent Nagaur Fort built by the Nag Dynasty in the 2nd century are the major attractions that will seduce your senses. Carrying the rich legacy of Rajputs and Chauhans in the form of heritage, Nagaur’s beauty will enthrall you, delight you and overpower you.

Identical to the Sonepur Cattle Fair, only a lot more happening, Nagaur Cattle Fair is the event you must-see in Rajasthan in February. Here you are likely to witness the trading of 70000 camels, horses and bullocks and a number of traditional and cultural activities. Folk dances, tug of war competitions, and camel races are the highlights of the festival along with the decorated animals, a huge red chili market, and traditional handicrafts.

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Alleppey, Kerala

Alleppey - Chettikulangara Bharani Temple Festival

Similar to Goa, Kerala has all its seasons open for tourists and there is not even one reason, none, that can stop you from visiting this travelers’ paradise. One of the finest holiday destinations in Kerala would be Alleppey. Yes, the famed backwater destination where romance gets its new meaning.

However, in February, you can visit Alleppey to alter the experience; along with romancing with the loved one and nature, devote some time to attending the Chettikulangara Bharani Temple Festival. A visually fascinating event, it includes a lively procession of brightly decorated structures. Celebrated in the honor of Hindu Goddess Bhagavathy, Chettikulangara Bharani Temple Festival is one such event that will certainly add a memorable dimension to your holiday in Kerala.

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Delhi & NCR

Delhi Mughal Garden

Officially the last winter month, February is perfect for a trip to the capital. Ideally the best time to bask in the sun, which will soon become a fireball in the succeeding months. Places like Chandni Chowk and Jama Masjid, the two of the most crowded places in Delhi, where one can enjoy ‘Shopping till Dropping’ and mouth-watering Mughlai and street food. The nightlife of Delhi and cafes of central Delhi will enrich your travel experience and make you crave for more such delights.  Focusing on our two main events of February in Delhi, the Udyanotsav, which is the annual public opening of the Mughal Garden at the President’s residence.


February is also the time to attend the Surajkund Fair (Faridabad).

The 34th Surajkund International Crafts Mela held at Faridabad is the showcase of the finest handloom and handicrafts of India. About 400 artisans from across the country display their crafts during this 15-days fair held a short distance away from Delhi. There are also cultural programs, and an amusement zone for children and each year has a different theme, last year it went international with the participation of 14 countries from around the world.

Where: Surajkund, in the Faridabad district

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Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Agra - Taj Mahal

Whether I tell you to visit or not to visit Agra, you will eventually end up visiting this home of Taj and obviously for the love of it. The lovely weather is accompanied by one of the finest events; hence a holiday idea in Agra during February can in no way turn out to be unwise. The city of Agra will show its remarkable arts, crafts, Indian culture, and legacies of the Mughal era. The marble and soft stone inlay work of Agra attracts tourists from all over the world. It is said that Mughal princess Nur Jahan was so impressed by marble and stone inlay work that she herself took the charge of its development in Agra.

February seems ideal for planning a visit to Agra, where in the second half of the month the famed Taj Mahotsav is organized. In Taj Mahotsav, the procession of elephants and camels along with drummers is one of the major attractions of the festivals. Elephant and camel rides are also on offer, even there are games for kids, and a happening food festival to mark the event.

Where: Shilpgram, Agra

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Palakkad, Kerala

Pallakad- Pariyanampetta Pooram Festival

Just when you thought a trip to Alleppey was enough to judge Kerala, the district of Palakkad will catch your eye. Let’s go to the land of gentle plains, pristine greenery, enchanting forests and postcard perfect beautiful landscapes. Palakkad is one of the most beautiful hill stations to visit in February. Tourists from all over the world visit here to enjoy amazing wildlife holidays. It is decked with scenic bird sanctuaries, verdant forests, national parks and reserves.  If you are a nature lover and solace seeker, Palakkad would definitely fulfill your dream to dance in the rhythm of nature.

February seems to be a month of celebration for the state; after you are done celebrating the Chettikulangara Bharani Temple Festival in Alleppey, it will be time to be part of another celebration in Kerala. In the Palakkad district, Pariyanampetta Pooram Festival is held in mid-February. The major attraction of the festival is the ritual (Kalamezhuthu Pattu) of drawing the image of the presiding deity Bhagavathy with the help of nature colours on the floor. Folk arts like Kaalavela (bull effigy spectacle) and Kuthira Vela (horse effigy spectacle) and others like Poothanum Thirayum can be witnessed in the procession on the final day of the festival.

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Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Khajuraho Dance Festival

Winter is the best time to visit the tourist destinations of Madhya Pradesh. The balmy afternoons are ideal to loiter and linger at the heritage places, wildlife sanctuaries and naturally scenic destinations. If we talk about the specific month of February, then this Month of Love is ideal to take a tour of the famed destination of Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho.

While exploring the incredibly sculptured temples, February is also the time when the much-acclaimed Khajuraho Dance Festival takes place. Held against the alluring backdrop of Khajuraho Temples, this festival showcases classical dance styles from all over India. The dances are performed in the Western group of temples, mainly in front of the Chitragupta Temple (dedicated to Surya the Sun God) and the Vishwanatha Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva). A lively event, it is the highlight of the month of February in India.

Where: Western Group of Temples

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Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Jodhpur Rajasthan

We know how the charms of Blue city; Jodhpur can mesmerize the travelers. It is one of the must visit places in the month of February. Majestic attractions and gorgeous temples, colorful bazaars and authentic Rajasthani Food will compel you to stay here for a longer time. Medieval lanes and in it lie the amazing shops of embroideries, pichwai paintings and shops of local delicacies like Pyaaz Kachori Makhaniya Lassi etc. will enchant you forever. The old and new parts of the city will offer you the beautiful glimpses of Rajasthan’s ancient past and modern cosmopolitan vibes at the same time.

February adds more to this delightful experience and gives tourists a chance to also transcend into a spiritual world by organizing the World Sufi Spirit Festival. It’s one of those unprecedented events that you might not be able to find anywhere else; and that is why you should plan a trip to Jodhpur in February. The World Sufi Spirit Festival aims to take one on an amazing spiritual and musical journey through the Sufi traditions prevailing in the East, Asia, Africa, and India. Hundreds of performers attend this festival and make it an experience that can be cherished forever.

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Trivandrum, Kerala

Trivandrum Kerala

Trivandrum, a place with low coastal hills looks absolutely gorgeous for your February holiday trip. Pretty shorelines, gorgeous beaches, emerald backwaters and rich cultural and historical heritage will give you a multicultural experience. The Kerala cuisines would add delight to your trip. Moreover, it has some of the best picnic spots to enjoy with your family and friends due to which it is on of the best destinations for family vacations.

In February one can witness here the largest women gathering in the world. Deployed to cook a special offering for Goddess Attukalama, this massive gathering of women gets a lot of tourist attention. In 1997, the Guinness World Record was created when 1.5 million women attended Attukal Pongala Festival. You would be happy to be informed that ever since that number is gradually increasing.

Where: Attukal Bhagavathy Temple

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Kasargod, Kerala

Kasargod Kerala

Kasargod is a kind of place if you want to experience everything in one go. Majestic forts, rolling hills, awesome beaches, emerald backwaters, stunning temples and diverse culture. It’s a complete package of fun that a tourist expects from a destination.  It’s a loner’s paradise and an offbeat destination if you want to visit here to dive deep into the whirlwind of tranquility. Also, every year in Kasargod district of North Kerala, Kuttikkol Thampuratty Theyyam Festival is celebrated.

During this festival the Theyyam form of Kerala, which is a sacred dance ritual is showcased. The artists dress up and, in a trance, channel gods and goddesses through their bodies. It is one of its kind festivals in South India and therefore is a must see during your February trip to Kerala.

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Puri and Konark, Odisha

Puri Beach Odisha

Odisha is the best travel destination to visit in February. The long gorgeous coastline of Bay of Bengal, the serene dipped temples, lovely beaches and lakes will make Puri a perfect destination for a wonderful weekend holiday. Konark will give you the bliss of viewing the most stunning World Heritage Site- Konark Sun Temple and delightfully surreal Chandrabhaga Beach where you can spend some moments to relax and rejuvenate your spirit.

You can also enjoy the Indian Surf Festival organized by Surfing Yogis (a group of like-minded people who combine surfing, yoga, and nature). This is an eco-friendly celebration that provides a common platform for freedom of expression, indulging into adventure, and enjoying music, dance, art, and photography. The main events at the festival are the Surf Expressions Championship and India SUP Cup. It is to be noted that the SUP Cup is India’s biggest Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) competition, where racers from different countries test their skills along a challenging river course.

Where: Ramachandi Beach, near Puri and Konark

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Bhubaneshwar, Odisha

Bhubaneshwar - Dhauli-Kalinga Mahotsav

Odisha will take you to its beautiful long coastlines, enchanting forests, architecturally rich temples, stunning beaches, serene lakes, Buddhist heritage sites, monuments and what not? It has something for every kind of traveler you are not a beach person and have more inclination towards culture, Odisha will give you unique cultural experience. Art and dance forms of tribal cultures will make your sightseeing and travel in Odisha more wholesome.

In the month of February, you can also come for Dhauli-Kalinga Mahotsav. Organized by Odisha Dance Academy (ODA), the event combines martial dance, which is reckoned to celebrate the victory of peace over war, with classical and folk dances of the state. The Dhauli-Kalinga Mahotsav is held in the hills alongside Daya River, which is believed to be the site where Emperor Ashok fought the last battle of the Kalinga war before surrendering and embracing Buddhism.

Where: Shanti Stupa/Peace Pagoda, Dhauli Hill, on the suburbs of Bhubaneswar

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Bengaluru, Karnataka

Bangalore Palace

Like Goa and Kerala, there is no season unfit for visiting the city of Bengaluru. Blessed with lovely weather, the city is the hub of many interesting and upbeat activities. Since, you don’t need to be persuaded much to visit Bengaluru in February or in any season, I am going to straightaway come to the point. Adding another dimension to the city is the event Neralu, which is held in the month of February.

Neralu is a festival that aims at bringing people together to appreciate the city’s natural heritage. Activities included in the event are nature walks, interactive storytelling, nature workshops, photography, and art walks. Sounds interesting? Then go book a trip. Just Go!

Date for Neralu: Not announced yet

Where: Cubbon Park

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Ratnagiri, Maharashtra

Ratnagiri Beach

Plan a trip to Ratnagiri in the month of February for an out of box experience for it is a place where you can witness the newly hatched, endangered Olive Ridley turtles take their first march into the sea. Alluring Mangrove forests and enchanting valleys of Ratnagiri cannot be easily forgotten if you come here once.  The breathtaking Sahyadri mountain range, awe-inspiring waterfalls and unique floras and faunas will let you forget your worries and blend yourself with the calmness of nature.

Here, the locals are responsible for organizing the unique Konkan Velas Turtle Festival, where it will also be an opportunity for you to sample the Indian village life by stopping over at local homestays in the area.

Konkan Velas Turtle Festival 2020 Dates: Not announced yet

Where: Velas Village

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Ranthambore, Rajasthan

Tiger Spotting in Ranthambore

Yes, they say that the ideal time to spot animals in a wildlife reserve would be summer, when the animals have to frequently trudge to the waterholes to keep themselves well-hydrated. But winter is also not a bad time after all to visit the reserves as the weather lets you have the advantage of sighting animals including tigers basking in the sun. The balmy afternoons of February are perfect for game in wildlife reserves like Ranthambore National Park.

Apart from the tigers, Ranthambore is the home of a number of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds. Therefore, watching them all enjoy the warm sun and strolls in the woods of Ranthambore is one of the best ideas and on of the best travel destinations for the month of February.

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Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga Jeep Safari

There are not only the tigers that enjoy the warm day time in the wilderness. In Kaziranga National Park, the One-Horned Rhinoceros allow their almost impenetrable skins to get some warmth from the sun as well.

Amidst the dry yet still upright grasslands, many animals can be spotted enjoying varied activities in this National Park. The local birds enjoy their flights with the migratory ones, the little ones of various inhabiting animals play around their folks who keep keen eye on them while taking in some share of Vitamin D themselves.

At Kaziranga in February a lovely and lively picture is expected and that is why this can be the best holiday destination of your choice.

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Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir

Gulmarg Snow Tourist Places

Gulmarg is one of the best adventure destinations to visit in February. In Fact, it is that time of the year when the adrenaline junkies get maximum share of thrill in Gulmarg. It frequently snows in Gulmarg during February and that is why you will see a decent number of adventurers up on the skiing gradients.

There are separate arenas for beginners and veterans; the novices have the opportunity to learn skiing from the experts and try their hand (in this case foot) at skiing on relatively easier slopes. Let me tell you, it is once in a lifetime experience to ski in Gulmarg and it is further enhanced by the journey taken up the mountain by Asia’s longest cable car project called Gulmarg Gondola.

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Diu, Daman & Diu

Daman Diu Beach

If visiting snow-clad places sends a chill down your spine and you suddenly feel that you belong to the other side of the world, where Sun, Sand and Beach are your companions then you have to pack your bags to go meet them at Diu in February.

Its climate remains blissful throughout the year which makes Diu the best destination to visit in February for relaxing holidays. The Arabian Sea kissed by scenic beaches along with the thrill of various water sports will never make your day dull here.

Diu is very popular for its longest beach festival in India, Festa De Diu. Spanning for about three months, from December to February, the festival is your place to enjoy concerts, carnivals and jam sessions. The fest includes performances by 20+ musicians, 10+ comedians and 15+ Bands from all over India. Also featured are more than 30 workshops and a few heritage walks. All in all, a great experience that is unlikely to attain anywhere in the country.

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Pollachi, Tamil Nadu

Pollachi - Parambikulam Tiger Reserve

Pollachi – A place popularly known as coconut city due to abundance of tender coconuts. It is located very close to the Western Ghats which is a UNESCO World Heritage center which is the reason why it has pleasant climate throughout the year.

You will be amazed to see that it has one of the largest jaggery markets in Asia and largest cattle market in South India. This place is the pride of South India as due to its picturesque surroundings around 1500 South Indian films were shot here.

Cool breeze from Palghat Ghats, emerald tea plantations, meadows, lush greenery all around makes Pollachi one of the most beautiful destinations to travel in February in India.

Highlights – Pollachi is very popular for Kongu Nattu Velaan and Kalnadai Thiruvizha (Agri and Livestock fest) which aims to celebrate livestock and agricultural practices. Arulmigu Subramanyar Thirukoil Temple, Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Tulip Tiger Forest, Western Ghats are major tourist attractions to enjoy here.

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Kaluk, Sikkim

Kaluk Sikkim

Located in the western region of Sikkim, Kaluk is defined by its calm and serene surroundings. It is one of the must visit destinations in February. Small in terms of area but the village’s history, culture and spirituality inducing attractions, lush greenery and the views of world’s third highest mountains – Kanchenjunga will make your soul dance with pleasure.

Away from the chaos of the world, this picturesque hamlet offers tranquility and solitude amidst the beautiful nature. Singshore Bridge, Ravangla, Rinchenpong, Geysing and Pelling are some of the most popular attractions to visit in and around Kaluk.

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Mahbubnagar, Telangana

Mahbubnagar - Sangameshwar Temple at Alampur

Formerly known as Rukkamma Peta and Palamuru and now Mahbubnagar. This place is one of the most delightful tourist destinations to visit in February. Decked with numerous temples and heritage attractions of historical and universal value Mahbubnagar will take you back in time to the Nizams, Satavahana and Golconda Nawabs Chalukya Dynasty.

You will also witness the blissful river of Krishna and Tungabhadra flow through this region. It is one of the most popular weekend getaways and February is the best time for sightseeing here due to the pleasant climate. The ancient temples of Umamaheshwaram, Alampur, Jataprolu and Srirangapur and a 700-year-old Banyan Tree which covers 3 acres are the major tourist attractions to enjoy here.

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Papikondalu, Andhra Pradesh

Papikondalu Andhra Pradesh

Papikondalu resembles Kashmir. It is one of the best places to visit in India in the month of February. Its weather is pleasant throughout the year. Serene, extremely beautiful and decked with lush vegetation all around, this place is one of the most preferred places for nature lovers and honeymoon couples.

It is surrounded by the scenic Papi Hills, fascinating rain forests, cascading waterfalls and many enchanting trekking trails for an adventurous holiday. Papikonda National Park, Munivaatam waterfall, Pattiseema, Perantalapalli village, Gandi Pochamma Temple, Papi hills, Jamalapuram Temple are some of the top tourist attractions to visit in and around Papikondalu.

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Anini, Arunachal Pradesh

Anini in the Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh would be like a fairytale landscape. Here you will witness the clouds kissing the picturesque landscapes. Anini is a wonderful place to be in for nature lovers and solace seekers. The soothing calmness, soul pleasing remoteness, tribal culture and immense natural beauty will be the things of delight.

The lush green forests of Ainini and Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary are the prime tourist spots that will blow your heart away. A traveller seeking solitude and bliss away from the hustle and bustle of town would find Anini to be one of the best places to visit in India. If you are planning a trip to India in February then plan for Anini.

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I hope you find this list extremely helpful in planning your visit in February. Since Err is Human, there could be events and places I may have missed to include in the list. Please feel free to share your holiday ideas in February with us in the comment box below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.What are the best wildlife destinations in India to visit in February?

Some of the best destinations in India for a wildlife tour in February are:

  • Ranthambhore National Park (Rajasthan)
  • Kaziranga National Park (Assam)
  • Jim Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand)
  • Bandhavgarh National Park (Madhya Pradesh)
  • Tadoba National Park (Maharashtra)
  • Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh)
  • Pench National Park (Madhya Pradesh)

Q.Where to go for beach holidays in India in February?

The beach destinations in India where you can plan your trip in the month of February are:

  • Puri and Konark (Odisha)
  • Diu
  • Goa
  • Andaman
  • Gujarat
  • Kerala
  • Karnataka

Q.Which is the best destination in India for adventure in February?

For the best adventure activities in India in February head to Gulmarg.

Q.What are the must-see fairs, festivals and events held in India in February?

The must-see fairs and festivals in February in India are:

  • Rann Utsav (Gujarat)
  • Kila Raipur Rural Olympics (Ludhiana)
  • Indian Derby (Mumbai)
  • International Sufi Music Festival (Kolkata)
  • Sula Fest (Nasik)
  • Goa Carnival
  • Jaisalmer Desert Festival
  • Shekhawati Festival
  • Nagaur Cattle Festival (Rajasthan)
  • Chettikulangara Bharani Temple Festival (Alleppey)
  • Udyanotsav (Delhi)
  • Surajkund Fair (Faridabad)
  • Taj Mahotsav (Agra)
  • Pariyanampetta Pooram Festival (Palakkad)
  • Khajuraho Dance Festival
  • World Sufi Spirit Festival in Nagaur Fort and Mehrangarh Fort (Jodhpur)
  • Attukala Pongola (Trivandrum)
  • Kuttikkol Thampuratty Theyyam (Kasargod)
  • Indian Surf Festival (Puri and Konark)
  • Dhauli-Kalinga Mahotsav (Bhubaneshwar)
  • Neralu (Bengaluru)
  • Konkan Velas Turtle Festival (Ratnagiri)

Q.What are the best honeymoon places in India to visit in February?

Alleppey, Goa, Jaisalmer and Gulmarg are some of the best honeymoon destinations in India to visit in February.

Q.What are the best destinations in India for a family vacation in February?

Some of the best destinations in India for a family vacation in February are:

  • Agra
  • Kutch
  • Jaisalmer
  • Jodhpur
  • Ranthambhore
  • Sikkim
  • Kerala
  • Himachal
  • Kashmir

Published: 23 Nov, 2021 | Last Updated: 09 Feb, 2024

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Nidhi Singh

From the Lake District, Nainital, Nidhi Singh is a travel writer whose love for mountains can be seen in her write ups. Talk about solo travelling, indulging in adventure activities, binging on good food, planning budget trips or the Aurora Borealis and you will get all her attention. It is the wanderlust that keeps her going and if at all she could get one wish granted she would love to live a life less ordinary. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram.