2 months are over, long weekends are NOT! 😛
If you are a travel enthusiast then a number of long weekends in the remaining year will make it all the more happening. So, mark your calendar and start planning for your dream vacations in 2020.
Visit Rishikesh for International Yoga Festival (1-7 March) or Vrindavan for the Holi Utsav (10 March) and make the most of your long weekends in March.
Save yourself from heat and head towards the hills. Sikkim and Darjeeling are suitable destinations to cool off and spend some quality time in nature.
With 3 long weekends in hand, you can easily explore natural places like Spiti and Mahabaleshwar. You can also travel to Ooty for the spectacular flower show in the month of May.
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Witness the grandeur of Rath Yatra at Puri in the month of June or you can also go to Srinagar and enjoy the scenic beauty.
Oops! There are no long weekends in July 🙁
How about walking around the most stunning palaces in the rain? Sounds great? If yes, then Udaipur is the ideal place to be at in August. Munnar in Kerala also becomes even greener during Monsoon.
Alas, No Long Weekends in September!
Get transported to the charming world of festivities during Durga Puja in Kolkata. Travelling to the dense forests of Satpura in Pachmarhi is also an exciting option.
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Are you fascinated by the intricately ornate Havelis? If yes, then November is the best time to explore the hidden gem of Rajasthan called Nawalgarh. Visiting Amritsar on Guru Nanak Jayanti or witnessing the Taj Mahal in Agra should also be considered.
If you want a memorable Christmas experience then Pondicherry is THE place to be in December. Daman & Diu can be visited for the thrilling New Year Celebrations.
Happy Travels! 🙂