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Quick Getaway Places in India for Your pre-Spring Adventure

Popular spring destinations in India for a adventurous travel experience

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Hrishita Chatterjee
Hrishita Chatterjee
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INDIA: March is the most ideal time of the year to travel, and with the receding chills of the winter accompanied by the summer warmth, spring marks an ideal time for great travel expeditions. Moreover, the scenes come to life, and the beautiful aura of blooming flowers adds all the colours to nature’s glory.

Some of the most popular spring destinations in India are in high demand during this time of year, but that should not be at the expense of the experiences that can be had by visiting places that provide a splendid time to enjoy, beholding nature’s mystery, and participating in a variety of spring activities.

Best spring destinations in India

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Coonoor is known especially for its beautiful scenery, comfortable weather, and tranquil environment amongst the lush green tea plantations. Visiting Coonoor during springtime also gives one the view of early morning mist over these plantations, which adds awe and wonder to the adventure.

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Gangtok is famous for its monasteries, quaint small towns, and beautiful lakes. If you want to get the best view of the mountains before the summer fog engulfs all prospects of viewing the range, March is the ideal time of the year to visit this state.

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The cold wintry winds subside during this time of the year, and snow melts on the hills, mountains, and roads, adding a pristine shine to everything around. Do not forget to carry a few winter essentials too, as one might require those even in March.


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Darjeeling is mostly populated by people from West Bengal, as it is the closest hill station and most preferred for its proximity to a lot of other hill states. This place mostly serves as an escape from the supremely hot climate in the plain areas of Bengal.

However, a lot of tourists also visit from other regions of the country and even outside for the picturesque mountain spots and monasteries, tea plantations, and to experience the thrill of the Darjeeling toy train.


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Situated around 300 km from Delhi, Kasauli is a small hill station and a wonderful place for all tourists desiring a quick spring getaway away from the crowds, as this place is isolated from the main tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh.

This place does not have much altitude, as a result of which it has the most pleasant weather. The area has bountiful cedar and pine trees. This place has splendid Victorian buildings that were constructed by the Britishers who had lived in that area long before.

Kanha National Park

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Located in the Maikal range of Satpura in Madhya Pradesh, more than 1000 varied types of fauna and wildlife are present in this national park. One of the best times to visit this place is March, when the weather becomes ideal and the vegetation of the park dries up, creating the perfect scenario for experiencing a jungle safari and spotting tigers in the area.

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