I believe it is important to take at least one trip in a year. The more, the merrier. But at least one is important. Spending some quality time with friends or family is just the thing you need to rejuvenate yourself from your mundane life. Traveling with friends and family to various parts of the country is going to double up the happiness. And somehow, March seems like the ideal time to go on a trip. The weather around this time is pleasant. Here, I have come up with a list of the best places to visit in March.  

Best places to visit in March in India 

In most parts of India, March experiences bright, sunny weather along with a cool breeze. This is the ideal time to visit those places that you will not be able to explore in the summer. Whether you want to find yourself in an entirely new way in the deep woods or take a dip in the Arabian Sea, India has it all for you. 


Lakshwadeep has been blessed with its natural beauty. This is one of the main dream destinations of any traveler. Lakshadweep is approximately 400km away from the western coast of India. 


It comprises thirty-six islands, twelve atolls, three reefs, and five submerged banks. The serene beaches are lined with coconut and palm trees that give an amazing sense of calmness. But to get there, you would have to get a permit from the Kochi authorities. 

Places to Visit: Kadmat, Agatti Islands, Kalpeni Islands, Minicoy Islands, Kavratti Islands, and Bangaram Islands. 

Things to do: Try going on a yacht cruise, visit the Marine Museum, enjoy kayaking, scuba diving, canoeing, parasailing as well and pedal boating at the eaches of Lakshwadeep. 

Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu 

Rameshwaram is counted as one of the holiest places among the Hindus. This is one of the major travel destinations in Tamil Nadu. It is located on a serene island, and a small channel of Pamban island separates rameshwaram from Sri Lanka. 


It is believed to be the land where Lord Rama built the bridge to reach Lanka and defeat the army of King Ravana. The spiritual marvels of Rameshwaram temples are something that you cannot miss while taking a trip there. 

Places to visit: Kothandaramaswamy Temple, Rameshwaram Temple, Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge, Dhanushkodi Temple & Beach, Pamban Bridge, Agnitheertham, Kalam National Memorial. 

Things to do: You can go shopping for some traditional silk sarees, take a glass boat ride, and also visit the Sea World Museum. 

Havelock Islands, Andaman 

Havelock Islands is one of the most scenic and beautiful parts of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is the most developed and visited island in the entire Andaman and Nicobar group of islands.  

This island consists of five villages, and it is quite popular among national and international tourists. The silky sandy beaches, lush greenery, and crystal blue waters draw the tourists to it. 

Try out the adventure activities that Havelock has to offer you. Do not miss out on their scuba diving activities. They offer one of the best scuba diving experiences apart from scuba diving in Pondicherry.  

Places to visit: Vijaynagar Beach, Radhanagar Beach, Sitapur Beach, Bharatpur Beach, Laxmanpur Beach, Kalapathar Beach, Elephant Beach. 

Things to do: Go trekking at Elephant Beach, snorkeling, enrolling in a scuba diving course, or going on an adventure trek at Chidyatapu. 

Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 

Vrindavan is another Hindu pilgrimage that has its center in India, and numerous devotees come flocking here daily. Situated by the bank of the Yamuna River, Vrindavan is believed to be one of the oldest cities in India. 

According to ancient folklore, Lord Krishna spend his entire childhood here. Every temple in the city holds importance, and visiting this place should be on your list. Another reason this is one of the best places to visit in March is because of the festival of Holi.  

Places to visit: Katyayani and Kesi Ghat, Prem Mandir, Nidhivan Temple, Bankey Bihari Temple, Jaipur Temple, ISKCON Temple, Madan Mohan Temple, Rangaji Temple 

Things to do: Relish the sweet dishes the place has to offer, shop at some local shops, enjoy the festival of Holi with the local people, and witness how the people decorate the temples for Holi. 

Almora, Uttarakhand 

Enveloped by the mighty Himalayas, this small hill town is a perfect getaway for the month of March. The picturesque landscape is something that would leave your jaw dropping the moment you witness its beauty. 


Over the years, it has made a name for itself among tourists, all because of its natural beauty, as well as its flora and fauna. Explore the biodiversity of the region, and while coming back, pay your respects to the local shrines in the town. 

Places to visit: Bright End Corner and Dwarahat, Jageshwar, Chitai Temple, Kasar Devi Temple, Katarmal Sun Temple, Zero Point 

Things to do: explore the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, take a visit to Deer Park, go for a shopping spree, and take some of your time off to visit the Gobind Vallabh Pant Museum. 

Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 

This is the most revered site of pilgrimage in Southern India. You will find numerous other devotees going there every day. This town is home to numerous temples, heritage sites, and monuments. But the main attraction here is Sri Venkateshwara temple

This is one of the most famous temples in India. It is built on the peaks of the Tirumala hills. If you are planning a family trip, this is one of the best places to visit in March. Make sure to do your bookings before because this place has no off-season. 

Places to visit: Sri Kalahasti Temple, Sri Venkateshwara Temple, ISKCON Temple, Swami Pushkarini Lake, Sri Varahaswami Temple, Swami Pushkarini Lake, Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple, Akasganga Teertham. 

Things to do: Admire the beautiful Talakona Waterfalls, explore the rock garden, and change your tastebuds with some amazing South Indian delicacies. 

Dehradun, Uttarakhand 

Dehradun, situated in the Doon Valley, is a very famous hill station among tourists, and if you are visiting with family, this is an ideal place. With the backdrop of the scenic Garhwal Himalayas, the pleasant climate makes it a popular choice.  

Dehradun,-Uttarakhand Best places to visit in March

Be it shopping, adventure activities, or natural beauty, this beautiful city has a lot to offer. Also, you can choose the historical places to visit in Dehradun and make it a different type of trip. 

Places to go: Robber’s Cave, Sahastradhara, Tapovan Temple, Mindrolling Monastery, Tapkeshwar Temple, Malsi Deer Park. 

Things to do: explore the Zonal Museum, visit the local amusement parks, take a trek in the Doon Valley, or go shopping at Paltan Baazar. 

Mathura, Uttar Pradesh 

Mathura is known as the birthplace of Lord Krishna and holds immense importance in Indian mythology. Dotted with small and big temples of Lord Krishna, this city calls a number of tourists as well as devotees from all over the world.  

If you love the festival of colors, then visiting this place in March is the correct time for you. 

Places to go: Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple, Govardhan Hill, Vishram Ghat, Dwarkadhish Temple, Rangji Temple, Krishna Janmasthan Temple, Jama Masjid 

Things to do: Play holi in the greatest way, take a boat ride at the Vishram Ghat, pay a visit to the Government Museum, and taste their street food. 

Cherrapunjji, Meghalaya 

This is one of the wettest places on earth, so this is the place ideal to visit in March. The cool peasant winds and the gushing waterfalls add to the pristine beauty of this place. Do not miss out on the Double Decker Living Root Bridges, and pay a visit to Mawlynnong, Asia’s cleanest village. 

Cherrapunjji,-Meghalaya Best places to visit in March

Places to visit: Dainthlen Waterfalls, Double Decker Living Root Bridges, Wakaba Falls, Nohkalikai Falls, Mawsmai Nongthymmai Eco Park, and Dawki. 

Things to do: Check out the Mawsmai Cave, trek to the Living Root Bridge, and visit the cleanest village in Asia. 

Agra, Uttar Pradesh 

Whenever we hear the name Agra, the first thing that comes to our mind is the Taj Mahal. This place has so much to offer. There are two other UNESCO World Heritage Sites, th Fatehpur Sikri and the Agra Fort. This place is an attraction to both domestic and international tourists. 

Places to visit: Akbar’s Mausoleum, I’timād-ud-Daulah’s Tomb, Jama Masjid, Chini ka Rouza and Jahangir Mahal. 

Things to do: Catch a dance drama at the Kalakriti Cultural and Conventional Centre, get some amazing fabric from Kinari Bazar, and taste the exotic Mughal cuisine. 

Are there any more? 

Well, if I keep going, this could turn out to be a neverending list. But here are the names of the other best places to visit in March. Those are Amritsar, Wayanad, Udaipur, Munnar, and many others. 


Subhasree Nag

Subhasree is a content writer who is passionate about traveling, writing, and reading books. In her leisure time, she is seen listening to music and watching web series. Writing along with music and dance are ways in which she expresses herself.

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