Mark Your Calendars! Here’s the Only 2021 Long Weekend Planner You Need!

2020 may have changed a lot of things, but it could never change our love for the weekends.

The only thing sweeter than the weekend is…a long weekend! And now that 2020 is gone and 2021 has finally begun, isn’t there something that just fills us with a newfound hope (of a vaccine)? This is the year we bring back our travel plans!

With that in mind, we’re here to help you plan the year you deserve. Read on as we bring you the complete list of all the long weekends of 2021 that you can easily align with your leaves and FINALLY take that much-needed break:

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Where to go?

Ring in the new year in the snowy wonderland of Auli, and spend your next long weekend experiencing the majestic forts of Jaipur. The coffee plantations of Coorg are also a wonderful sight! 



Where to go?

Celebrate the romantic long weekend the French way in Pondicherry. The seashore, the French villas, the delicious food..why are you still reading? Go pack your bags!



Where to go?

You can never go wrong with a trip to Goa. Whether you like to party or be a beach bum, Goa is the place to be! Travellers can also consider catching the last of the winter sun in Manali this time of the year.



Where to go?

The best place to visit in April is undoubtedly the jewel of Sawai Madhopur, the Ranthambore National Park. One of the best tiger reserves in the country, the chances of spotting tigers at the National Park greatly increase in April as it gets warm enough for them to come out of the forest in search of water.



Where to go?

We pick Dalhousie for its cool weather, its lush greenery and the thrill of visiting mountains in peak summer. Exploration awaits!

Oops, no long weekends in June and July!


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Where to go?

Mist-laden Mussoorie is the perfect place to visit in August. Stroll along the Mall Road, spot lazy monkeys on your way to Landour or hike to the Everest Hill—the ‘Queen of the Hills’ has something for everyone! Travellers can also consider taking a trip to Lonavala. After all, the monsoons are the best time to experience the hill station’s many dams, waterfalls and forts!



Where to go?

Undoubtedly, make a beeline for Munnar this time of the year and watch the gorgeous tea plantations come alive! Then, pick up some spices from the numerous spice plantations and don’t forget to enjoy the amazing Malayali cuisine.



Where to go?

Experience regality in the City of Lakes, Udaipur. Be it the gorgeous Lake Pichola, the regal palaces or the scrumptious cuisine, the city will steal your heart. We warned you!



Where to go?

Do not think twice before visiting Dharamshala and McLeodganj. Along with the stunning views of the Dhauladhar range, the two towns are a wonderful place to immerse oneself in the Tibetan culture. November is also a wonderful time to visit the calm shores of Gokarna and revel in the slow life.



Island life anyone? December is THE best time to visit the Andamans and relax at the white sandy beaches. The numerous hidden creeks and waterfalls of Wayanad are also great for some year-end thrills.

For a one-of-a-kind experience, consider visiting the Rann of Kutch. While the great white desert is a sight in itself, travellers can also visit the Dholavira village for its magnificent history and the Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary to spot some exotic animals.

Note: While we’ve curated the list of destinations keeping the current travel restrictions in mind, these are subject to frequent changes. You can check the latest travel restrictions and quarantine requirements before planning your trip right here.

Happy travels!