Call Our Travel Experts

Select Country

Call Our Travel Experts

Asia & Rest of the world

Close

Where is hot in February

February in India is that month when winters slowly start receding making way for spring. It is an ideal month to plan a vacation for enjoying a wonderful weather. Almost every part of India can be explored at this time as there is something for people with varied interests. From honeymoon to family vacations, wildlife safari to adventures, beach relaxing to some colorful festivals, we have all the answers to where to go on holiday in February?

For animal-lovers, there are Kaziranga, Nagarhole, Jim Corbett and Ranthambore National Parks. If you are in love with beaches, then Goa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Karnataka, Andaman Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands is your destination. In case, you prefer peace and seclusion, opt for Pondicherry, Kanyakumari, Gokarna, or Coorg. However, if you wish to go mainstream, places like Mumbai, Chennai, Amritsar, Delhi, Agra, and Rajasthan welcome you with memorable experiences of holidays in February.


Warm Weather Destinations in India in February

Rajasthan

Rajasthan boasts of being one of the best destinations in India due to varied experiences it has to offer. Tour to Rajasthan in February is a wonderful option as the weather at this time is quite suitable for sightseeing, shopping, and all other outdoor activities. Popular cities of Rajasthan such as Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar, Jodhpur etc. are dotted with magnificent forts, palaces, temples, museums and havelis. You can also attend fair and festivals in Rajasthan in February including Desert festival Jaisalmer, Alwar festival, and Shilpgram Crafts Mela Udaipur. Weather is also ideal for wildlife safari in Rajasthan at Ranthambore, Sariska etc. Do not forget to get your hands on some wonderful stuff while shopping at the local bazaars. If you wish to go slightly off-beat, opt for Barmar, Bundi, Osian, Mandawa, and Baroli. Other famous activities in Rajasthan include village-visit, hot air ballooning, camel safari in Sam Sand Dunes, jeep safari, puppet show, zip-ling and flying fox.

Read More
View Packages
Kerala

Termed as the ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala state is an exotic destination, which has an international appeal. The wonderful weather in February in Kerala lets you forget all your worries and enjoy to the fullest at pristine beaches, placid backwaters, lush aromatic plantations, and beautiful hill stations. One of the best Indian destinations, it also has allures like blissful Ayurveda and Yoga, sumptuous food, rich culture, classic dance, exotic wildlife, ancient martial art, water sports and bustling markets. Along with regular luxury resorts, stay in tree houses and houseboats in Kerala offer memorable experiences. During your tour to Kerala in February, do not miss exploring the various churches and temples, which are architectural marvels.

Read More
View Packages
Goa

Rightly termed as the ‘Party Capital of India’, Goa has everything needed for an unforgettable vacation. If you do not really like the touristy-rush that is seen in December and January, you can plan a vacation in February to Goa as the party-scene never loses its charm here. Attractions in the beach state of Goa are many, including beaches, water sports, night-parties, Old Portuguese forts and ancient churches. Go out and explore the village-site, Panaji city and the secret backwaters. Water sports and wildlife sanctuaries make tours to Goa even more interesting. Casinos are wonderful too. Grape Escapade, Goa Carnival and Hilltop Festival are the prime attractions in Goa in February month. Local seafood specialties, free-flowing booze, and flea markets of Goa also never disappoint you.

Read More
View Packages
Andaman

Adored by newly-wedded couples and family vacationers, Andaman Islands is a group of around 300 islands known for their thick mangroves, white sandy beaches, tropical rainforests and colorful coral reefs. Tropical climate in the month of February makes sightseeing, water sports and other outdoor activities, quite delightful. The islands are a wonderful blend of peaceful beaches and thrilling water sports. However, entry to most of the islands are restricted due to presence of indigenous tribes and special ecology. Do not miss visiting one of the most popular attractions of Andamans, the Cellular Jail, formerly known as Kala-Pani, now famed for its evening light and sound show. Other activities that you must try during your tour to Andamans is scuba diving, snorkeling, bird watching at Chidiya Tapu, trekking at Mt. Harriet, and glass-bottom boat ride. Laze around at Elephant beach and Radhanagar beach.

Read More
View Packages
Tamil Nadu

The tropical weather of Tamil Nadu makes it one of the best destinations to visit in India in February. Adorned with lofty mountains, pristine beaches, lush fields, high gushing waterfalls, old temples and more, tours to Tamil Nadu are always memorable. Partake in sightseeing in cities like Pondicherry, Chennai, and Coimbatore, beaches in Chennai offer water sports like surfing, and Catamaran ride. For a peaceful vacation in hills head to Ooty with pleasant weather, and lush hills. For adventurous souls there is mountain camping in Kodaikanal, trekking and jeep safari in Masinagudi and Crocodile Bank and Tiger Cave Tour in Mahabalipuram. Do not miss exploring the UNESCO world heritage site group in Mahabalipuram, housing ancient structures. The temples in Madurai, Thanjavur, Kanyakumari, and Kanchipuram are not to miss-out. Another prime highlight of visiting Tamil Nadu in February is the popular Natyanjali festival, dedicated to Dance God, Nataraja, celebrated in popular temples of the state.

Read More
View Packages
Khajuraho

Of course, who hasn’t heard of the legendary statues of Khajuraho? Built between 950-1050 AD by the Chandela dynasty, its renowned for its ancient temples which depict an outstanding display of art. These temples, which are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India, are worth visiting during the month of February, with the amicable weather to keep you company. The temples here are categorized into three groups based on their geographical location, Eastern, Western and Southern, and belong to both Hindu and Jain religions. Dressed in grandeur and bathed in opulence is the Kandariya Mahadeva Temple. The largest of the temples, it consists of 872 spectacular statues. Of particular fascination is the Chaunsat Yogini Temple, the oldest Yogini temple of India as well as the oldest. However, when it comes to displaying grandeur on an enormous scale, you should visit the Parsvanath Temple.

Read More
View Packages
Chennai

Welcoming visitors with a wonderful weather in the month of February, the capital city of the Tamil Nadu state, Chennai boasts of several allures. While there are man-made wonders such as churches and temples on one hand, there are natural marvels like beaches on the other. The city is full of life and offers memorable experiences to tourists with different interests. Enjoy sunsets and leisure walks at Marina and Edward Elliot’s beaches. Try wind surfing at beach. If are a science, nature and wildlife-lover, there are options like Guindy National Park and Snake Park, Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Birla Planetarium and Crocodile Bank. During tours to Chennai, do not miss structures like Thousand Lights Mosque, Connemara Public Library, San Thome Church, Fort St. George, Sri Parthasarathy Temple, and Kapaleeshwar Temple.

Read More
View Packages
Orissa

Popular for its tribal culture and stunning ancient temples, the eastern Indian state of Orissa on the Bay of Bengal, offers a delightful vacation in February, due to its pleasant weather. Udayagiri Caves, Khandagiri Caves and Lingraj temple in Bhubaneshwar, wildlife sanctuaries in Sambalpur, Jagannath Temple, Chilika Lake and Puri beach in Puri, Sun temple in Konark, and Gupteshwar caves in Jeypore are some of the prime attractions in Orissa, which must not be missed. Partake in bird watching, leisure walks, shopping, seeking the Lord’s blessings, marveling at the wildlife, viewing memorable sunsets and so on. Do not miss a visit to popular tribal villages of Goa to get a sneak-peek into their lives. Getting your hands on some interesting rural crafts items is a must during your tour to Orissa.

Read More
View Packages
Mysore

Placed amid the lush Western Ghats, Mysore is fondly referred to as the ‘City of Palaces’. The month of February brings in a pleasant weather, making sightseeing a favorable activity. This peaceful place is dotted with several architectural marvels including Mysore Palace, Karanji Lake, Chamundi hills temple, Mysore Zoo, Brindavan Gardens, Thonur Lake, Somnathour temple, St Philomena’s Church, and Lalitha Mahal. Mysore silk is quite popular around the world, do not forget to get your hands on a beautiful silk sari during your tours to Mysore. The city has a rich historical past and is known for its magnificent Dussera celebrations. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations in South India. During this time, a day’s excursion to Srirangapatnam can also be planned.

Read More
View Packages
Lakshadweep

Lying amid the waters of the Arabian Sea, the beautiful Lakshadweep is one of the finest tropical islands in the world, which boasts of an amazing weather in February.  The islands are positioned just a few kilometers away from the Indian shores and have mesmerizing coral reefs. Newly-wedded couples and peace-lovers drop at this place from all around the world to enjoy a peaceful vacation, away from touristy chaos. Lavish natural scenery, clean silvery beaches, pleasant weather, exotic marine life, and serene ambiance of the islands make you come back here again and again. There is no dearth of options for water sports lovers due to varied activities like Bangaram islands, Minicoy islands, Kavaratti islands, and Agatti islands. Do not miss trying your hands at lagoon fishing, a famous activity during tour to Lakshadweep. Local seafood delicacies is another highlight.

Read More
View Packages
Varanasi

In the month of February, the winter chill starts receding, giving way to a pleasant weather in Varanasi, the ‘spiritual capital of India’. It is an ideal time to visit and explore the ghats, to seek the blessing of the deities at the ancient temples and shop at the local bazaars for silk saris and more. Enjoy early morning boat ride in the holy River Ganga as the cool breeze brushes past your face. Savor the views of sunrise and observe the holy rituals being done on the banks (ghats). The maze of temples, eating joints, shops and dharamshalas add a unique charm to the place. Planning a day’s excursion to the Buddhist sacred site of Sarnath would be wonderful too. Do not miss the elaborate evening Ganga Aarti in Varanasi, a popular activity here.

Read More
View Packages
Nagarhole National Park

Boasting of picturesque Kabini Lake, exotic wildlife and lush jungle, Nagarhole National Park is one of the best wildlife reserves in Karnataka. It is also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. February month is one of the best time to visit Nagarhole when there are great chances of spotting varied exotic animal species. Some of the popular activities in Nagarhole include jeep safaris, boat ride, coracle ride, elephant ride at the Elephant training camp, and bird watching. The park is home to as many as 270 species of birds, along with crocodiles, tiger, gaur, elephant, barking deer, common langur, bonnet macaque and so on. The national park is also the home to hunter-gatherer Jenu Kuruba tribe, who are its traditional inhabitants too.

Read More
View Packages
Amritsar

Home to the Harmandir Sahib or Golden temple, a revered site for Sikhs across the world, Amritsar is one of the best destinations in India. With winters slowly receding, the city is at its best in the month of February. Along with the Golden temple, Jallianwalah Bagh and Sri Durgiana temple are two of the other popular attractions in Amritsar, which must not be missed. Another popular thing to do in Amritsar, is visiting the Wagah border for the Wagah border ceremony and feel proud of your nation. Do not miss feasting on langar (religious feast) at the Golden temple that has kitchen serving people all- round the clock. The bustling local bazaars of Amritsar sell some amazing stuff like phulkari dupattas and beautiful embroidered juttis. Do not miss Indian kitchen delights like papad and wadiyan.

Read More
View Packages





Hot Places to visit in India By Month