Visit These Romantic Places In February 2023!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Choose your favourite places to visit in February from our list and make the most of the shortest month of the year.

During Love Month, Andaman has stunning beaches, vibrant marine life, beautiful scenery, wonderful food, and thrilling activities.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands


Kodaikanal, a lakeside resort town in Tamil Nadu, boasts a pleasant environment, mist-enclosed manicured cliffs, and a waterfall, making it the perfect vacation.

Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu


Cardamom and coffee plantations differentiate the tiny small villages. February in Coorg is cold and pleasant.

Coorg, Karnataka


Gulmarg claims to be a beautiful town without crowds like Manali and Shimla. It is one of the best places in India for a honeymoon.



When it snows in February, the mountains become even more beautiful. Sikkim is clean and green. It is made up of very steep valleys and dense subtropical forests.



From December to February, the Rann Festival brings life to vast camp villages with cultural programmes, and festivities.

Rann of Kutch, Enjoy Rann Utsav


February draws tourists to the Jaisalmer Desert Festival. Camel races, turban-tying games, polo competitions, and more exciting activities await you in Jaisalmer.

Jaisalmer, Enjoy The Desert Festival


Goa Carnival Festival has been a tradition since the Portuguese arrived, where New Year celebrations last until Goa Carnival.

Goa, Celebrate Goa Carnival


If you're planning to visit Khajuraho in February, attend the Khajuraho Dancing Festival to see classical dance with temples as the backdrop.

Khajuraho, Watch Khajuraho Dance Festival


Bir Billing is a popular place to visit in the Joginder Nagar valley. It is best known for paragliding, but it is also known as a place to meditate.

Bir Billing


Agra is magical because of its history, architecture, and romance. Anyone who lives or stays in India should go there at least once.

Agra, explore Taj Mahotsav


Nashik, named for a Ramayana relic, is a Maharashtra city on the banks of Godavari River. Kumbh Mela is held in Nashik every 12 years.

Nasik, Enjoy SulaFest


The Surajkund International Crafts Mela, a celebration of Indian folk traditions and culture, opens on February 1.

Surajkund Mela