Travel plan on weekend
If this year in 2018 you are taking a resolution to take the short break throughout the year and spend some quality time with family and friends, here is some good news for you. In 2018 you have 15 long weekends so start planning from now
Well, it had 16 long weekends if you count, the one which just passed in December 30-2017 to January 1st-2018. So get ready to make your 2018 a memorable year.
Well demand of time to have some break from the everyday hassles and pressure of the world time and again to rejuvenate, you also need to the places which emerges a favorite destination in the survey.
As per the recent survey, India is 5th most deprived nation across the globe, it is just because 67% Indians canceled or postponed their vacations for the different reason in 2017.
It is sad to know that much of Indians sacrifice their vacations for multiple reasons. So this year we have full time to travel where you want to and realizes the potential of long weekends.
Here’s the list of long weekends you’ll need to plan your travels:
1. January 20-22, 2018 (Basant Panchami on January 22)
You can of course plan for Rajasthan for a quick gateway to some historic sites such as Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer. And also to take a ride of Desert Safari which will be mesmerizing you for different reasons. And if you are leaving in New Delhi so it is more important for you to take a bit fresh air.
2. January 26-28, 2018 (January 26 is Republic Day)
With the organizing of Jaipur literature festival this weekend you can totally get the taste of real Rajasthan. If you want to get some warmer climates and have some fun on beaches you must head towards Goa, Pondicherry, for a cozy and quick weekend.
3. February 10-13, 2018 (February 13 is Maha Shivratri, so apply for leave on February 12 for a four-day weekend)
The Sufi spring festival will about to happen around this time in Rajasthan. So you can enjoy this weekend in some of the cultural festival that will detoxify your brain and gives you a fresh start. At the same time if you are planning for Gujrat then you will have the glimpse of Rann Utsav.
4. March 1-4, 2018 (Holika Dahan on March 1, and Holi the next day)
This time is the celebration with colors ya got it Holi, Mathura and Vrindavan id the most visits place during the time to have some holi fun. And if you want to celebrate some light holi then head to Nainitaal, Kasauli, Orchha etc.
5. March 29-April 1, 2018 (Mahavir Jayanti on March 29, and Good Friday on March 30)
Now the time has come where tourism is on the peak, so at this, there is only one name came to the mind that is GOA. You can go and enjoy the beaches of GOA before it will get too hot.
6. April 28-May 1, 2018 (April 30 is Buddha Purnima, and May 1 is Labour Day)
In April and May whether get warmer so in warm weather hill station and mountains can give you a chill and cold air. SO Dharamshala and Missouri is the best alternative even you can Plan entire Himachal Pradesh and Uttrakhand to have some chill
7. June 15-17, 2018 (June 15 is Eid-ul-Fitr)
To get rid of heat and hot wind and always pack in AC boxes your body now need some fresh and cold air, For this, you can head towards Shillong, Laddakh, and Darjeeling and even entire north-east you can explore
8. August 15-19, 2018 (August 15 is Independence Day, August 17 is Parsi New Year, so apply for leave on August 16)
The Rohtang Pass gets blocked for vehicles and other public convenience, So this time you can plan to the heights and that is Leh and Ladakh.
9. August 22-26, 2018 (August 22 is Eid-ul-Adha and August 24 is Onam, so apply for leave on August 23)
You could head to Kerala to join in the Onam festivities. And if loading up on biryanis and kebabs is your thing around Eid, head to Lucknow or Hyderabad.
In this time frame, you can head towards Kerela to have some glimpse of the culture of South India, especially in the occasion Onam. ANd if you are looking to have some biryani and kebabs is your thing around eid, Head to Lucknow or Hyderabad and trust you will never get better then this place.
10. September 1-3, 2018 (September 3 is Janmashtami)
Once this is also an ideal time to visit Mathura and Vrindavan, along with a pilgrimage to Dwarka in Gujrat
11. September 13-16, 2018 (September 13 is Ganesh Chaturthi, so apply for leave on September 14)
This weekend Ganesh Chaturthi festival is lying and Lord Ganesh is most worshipped by Maharashtrians. So plan for Mumbai, Pune, and Nagpur to if you want to be a part massive celebration.
12. September 29-October 2, 2018 (October 2 is Gandhi Jayanti, so apply for leave on October 1)
From Bhopal to Mandu, this would be the best time to take a quick trip to Madhya Pradesh.
This time you can move towards Madhya Pradesh to see the Tigers of Kanha Tiger reserve, Panch National Park, and one of the most historic and vibrant city Gwalior.
13. October 18-21, 2018 (October 18 is Ram Navami, and the next day is Dussehra)
The long weekend of Durga Pooja, Celebration of Durga Pooja can be completed without naming West Bengal and Kolkata. You must visit Kolkata during Durga Pooja and see the massive celebration of theirs.
14. November 3-11, 2018 (November 5-9 is Diwali week, so some restricted holidays, and for others, you can apply for leave)
This would be an ideal time to take a long break and move to abroad. Such as Dubai, Malaysia, Bangkok these cities are closer to home and you can easily make the plan.
15. December 22-25, 2018 (December 25 is Christmas, so apply for leave on December 24)
Take a trip to places like Kolkata or Goa, where Christmas celebrations are at a peak. If you just want to get away from the city, head to warmer places like Pondicherry, Bangalore or Mumbai.