Andaman and Nicobar Islands
White sandy beaches, blue waters, laze around sipping coconut water...here is a tropical paradise for you. The many beautiful and pristine beaches of Andaman and Nicobar Islands mean serious relaxation. If at all you get tired of too much relaxation then go snorkeling or scuba diving as these waters are one of the best spots in the world for these activities.
The state may be small but it sure packs a punch when it comes to scenic beauty, great food and even better weather during this time of the year. The view of the majestic Kanchenjunga from Pelling is perfect, the tranquil Lake Khecheopalri is good for your soul, the local cuisine is all organic and the mountains up north in North Sikkim is every adventure lover's sweet spot. Sikkim has some of the best trekking routes in the country. But February in Sikkim also mean time for Losar Festival. The Tibetan New Year is one of the main festivals here and is celebrated with all things grand.
February is the best time to be in Rann of Kutch because days are none too hot and nights are luxurious. The vast white land under the moonlight is a blessing to the eyes. The magnificent, undisrupted and unending view of the white plains have been many photographers' favourite. Also, the very popular Rann Festival is held during December to February. Camping and hot-air ballooning is big during this time. Good enough reason?
Without a doubt, Coorg is one of the most popular destinations in India. The evergreen landscape, pleasant weather, picture perfect coffee plantations make this hill station a choice destination for those looking for a quality time of peace and tranquility. When we say pleasant weather, we also mean that it can get a bit chilly around evening. We like the idea of a curling up with a blanket and a gorgeous cup of coffee.
Two words: Sula Fest. This should be enough reason for one to pack a bag and head to Nasik. But wait, there's more to Nasik than being a paradise to music lovers. Nasik has beautiful vineyards that produces the lovely Sula wine. Good music and even better wines, this is what Nasik has to offer. Sounds good to us.
The city is no doubt, one of the most romantic places in India. isn't that the reason why it is also a favorite choice for destination weddings? The scenic city is rich in culture, heritage and beautiful locations like Udaipur City Palace, Lake Pichola and many Rajput-era forts and palaces in and around the city. Some food for your Instagram perhaps?