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March, a month when winter shreds its coat to reveal slight summer. It’s also a month when your yearly leaves are about to relapse. Awesome weather and pocket full of leaves makes for a perfect vacation and with spring around the corner, there’s plenty to look forward to in India, especially when you are on the brink of letting your leaves slide by unused!

To help you use your leaves and plan a perfect vacation, here’s a list of the places you can visit in March. From beaches to hills, we’ve got everything covered for you.

Lakshadweep Islands

Verdant landscape, exotic flora-fauna and sun-kissed pristine beaches, Lakshadweep Islands are perfect in the month of March. From shipwreck snorkelling sites to hidden beaches with hermit crabs, bluest of the blue ocean to lagoon full of sea turtles, a trip to Lakshadweep is a perfect way to spend your leave balance.

Beauty of Lakshadweep is in the fact that connectivity to the islands is limited. However, it is not so ill-connected to be inconvenient either. Air India operates flights from Kochi to Agatti six days a week. To visit the Lakshadweep islands, you need to get a tourism permit from Kochi.

No. of days – 7

Cost of stay per day – Rs. 4500



Misty green meadows, rolling hills, lovely waterfalls, serene forest lakes, quaint churches, and that amazing taste of homemade chocolates – such a refreshing mix of nature and culture can only be witnessed in Kodaikanal. Take a serene boat ride on the Kodai Lake, head to the Dolphin’s Nose to stand amid the clouds, enjoy vegetable picking sessions from a farm at the Organic Farmer’s Market, or trek up to the mysterious Devil’s Kitchen, whatever you do, Kodaikanal makes for an amazingly memorable holiday in the hills.

Kodaikanal doesn’t have an airport, but you can board a flight to Madurai which is the closest airport.

No. of days – 4

Cost of stay per day – Rs. 1500



Who doesn’t want to get Leh’d at least once in a life? Atraveller’s dreamland with massive lakes, high altitude ranges, deep valleys and scenic trails, Leh-Ladakh is heavenly destination for the month of March. The ‘land of high passes’ is also known for facilitating the best adventure sports in Leh- Ladakh. No other destination comes close to when talking about the thrill and excitement that is on offer at Leh.From mountain biking to trekking and from river rafting to camping, each and everything you’re going to try will give goose bumps.

Leh have an airport, so you can catch a direct flight. There are buses from all the major cities. The nearest railway station is Pathankot.

No. of days – 7

Cost of stay per day – Rs. 3500


Havelock Islands

From February to March, Havelock Island is a pure heaven for peace seekers and marine world lovers. One can enjoy the very light and calm ocean breezes, a smooth sea, and near-perfect visibility on the island during the month of March. It’s not just the weather that makes Havelock one of the best places to visit in March in India, but also the right time to try some serious scuba diving under the warm waters of the Arabian Sea.

You can take a flight to Port Blair and fly from there in a seaplane to Havelock. Or you can get on a ferry from Port Blair.

No. of days – 4

Cost of stay per day – Rs. 5500



Soothe your tired nerves in the lush natural landscapes of the landlocked Himalayan kingdom of Sikkim in the Northeast.  This is the perfect place to unwind with Mother Nature as there are snow-clad mountain peaks and forested valleys all around. Visit this picturesque beauty of a state whose charm and appeal will leave you spellbound.

The nearest airport to Gangtok is in Bagdogra and the nearest railway station is in Siliguri. Buses are also available from major cities.

No. of days – 7

Cost of stay per day – Rs. 3500




Go bury your leaves deep in the sea or throw them off a mountain, the choice is yours! Book your bus and hotels through MobiKwik and get amazing offers. Save money and spend a day extra at a destination you love! Hurry up, the leaves won’t come back!

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