Best Places to visit in India in February

Written by
Juhi Chheda
April 1, 2021

For the culture vultures:


Kerela known as God’s Own Country offers visitors  a host of religious and cultural celebrations in the month of February. It is a good time for you to experience and embrace the unique culture that’s native to Kerala. Festivals like Guruvayur Aanayottam’s elephant race, the Kathakali Performance in Edappalli, Gadhika festival conserving tribal art forms, Machattu Mamangam a 5 day festival to rival the afore mentioned elephant race but with wooden horses, Kuttikkol Thampuratty Theyyam with its psychedelic color and pageantry is unforgettable are all celebrated in February. Besides the non-stop celebrations the weather is just what you need to de-stress, unwind, and feel rejuvenated.

For Adventure enthusiasts:

Kila Raipur Rural Olympics

Witnessing this famous festival is an exotic rural experience. It’s known as the rural Olympics because it's the biggest sporting event held in a rural environment. The event takes place in Kila Raipur village approximately  15Kms away from Ludhiana and attracts the attention of huge crowds of tourists and sports lovers worldwide. Competitions include exciting athletic events, cart-races, rope pulling as well as dog races, air pistol shooting, kite flying, ox cart races and much more.

For Food Enthusiasts:


Maharashtra has a lot to offer to food lovers. It promises gastronomic extravaganzas and mouth-watering culinary getaways. In February, you can attend the Sula Fest in Nashik – which includes experiences like music, food, camping, and wine, first of its kind in India. Mumbai also has its Kalaghoda Art Festival in February where you can enjoy art and other handicrafts on display followed by some lip-smacking food at the nearby eateries. You can also enjoy berry season in Panchgani and Mahabaleshwar which offer fantastic weather and activities like berry picking and treats like strawberry and mulberry cream!

For Nature & Wildlife Enthusiasts:


A mixture of colours, cultures, flavours, landscapes, and timelessness. Karnataka offers a wide range of options of Luxury resorts, boutique getaways and earthy homestays.  Coorg & Kabini offer rustic experiences highlighting the landscape, food and wildlife of the region. Chikmagalur - popularly known as the ‘Coffee Land of Karnataka’ and is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Karnataka with coffee flowers blooming across the region. The safaris in Karnataka promise a lot of birds and various animals. Nature walks led by naturalists offer a wealth of information and insight into plant life.

Panchgani, Maharashtra, Mahabaleshwar, Coorg, Karnataka, Kerela, Kabini
culture , Guruvayur Aanayottam, Nature & Wildlife Enthusiasts, Food Enthusiasts, Kila Raipur Rural Olympics
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