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Travel Bucket List for March Long Weekend

Are you planning for the long weekend and wondering where to go this time? Well, here are some places which might be your favourite picks for the coming long weekend.

Come, take a look:


Yes, you heard it right. The Party Capital of India is the new monsoon destination that is offering heavy discounts on flights, hotels and cabs. Even though you can’t enjoy your favourite water sports during this time of the year, a trip to Goa during rains will mean less crowd and a lovely weather. Monsoon months are also the time when the wooded trails and waterfalls of Goa are at their natural best.


The picture perfect beauty of Kerala becomes all the more alluring. The coming long weekend is falling mid-week, so you can take two days off and can enjoy a 5-day holiday in Kerala covering places like Alleppey, Kovalam or Bekal. If you want to go for surfing, plan a trip to Kovalam as the place turns into a surfer’s haven.


The magical planet called Ladakh is another destination which can be visited during the long weekend. Leh is beautifully wrapped in white blanket of snow, offering some amazing views. From the brown mountains to sky with hues of blue, from serene monasteries to the incredible Pangong Lake, Ladakh is truly a gem on this planet.


Known as one of the best monsoon getaways in India, Udaipur offers a slice of the royal life. The city is known for its magnificent forts, the wonderful Lake Pichola and some scenic vistas of the Aravalli range. Enjoy the interesting concentration of luxury hotels within few square kilometers. Most Indian and foreign tourists flock to this city, it is recommended to have prior planning so that you can book cheap flights to Udaipur and want to travel by train then you can book IRCTC train ticket for a smooth travel experience.


The French Quarters of Pondicherry is one of the favourite weekend getaways from Chennai. The place has a lot on its plate for tourists- pristine beaches, stunning churches, Aurobindo Ashram and the Promenade which runs parallel to the Bay of Bengal. Chennai is the nearest airport and Pondicherry is almost 3-hour drive from here. Search and compare flights to Chennai so that you can get the best deals.

Western Ghats

How about a planning a trip to the majestic Western Ghats during the monsoon months? Well, if the answer is yes then you are in for a lovely treat. The best time to visit the Western Ghats are from July to September when there is lush greenery all around and the Sahaydaris look all the more alluring with misty mountains. Places like Khandala, Panchgani, Lonavala and Mahabaleshwar are in full bloom during this time. Plan well in advance and book cheapest flights to these places.


Happy travels!

Sonja Dewing
Sonja Dewinghttps://www.gudstory.com/
Writing is like breathing to me and sharing my ideas with my friends in the virtual world is bliss. I live to write and relive the moments that I had written Apzo Media. Enjoying the write-ups that I had once written and sharing with all is all that matters to me.


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