Plan your long weekends in advance

A few months have gone by in 2023 you must have enjoyed the festivities. Now it’s time to channel the traveller inside you. We will share a list of long weekends for the entire year and different locations you can select.

Make the most of your long weekends in 2023

Enjoy a pet-friendly vacay in India-

Ooty-There are hostels as well as cottages where you can stay with your pet, that too without paying any convenience fees.

Kerala-Houseboats in Kottayam and Munnar offer the best in class facilities including bedding, food, etc. Some resorts even provide dog-watching services.

Goa-From pet-friendly villas, homestays and cottages to restaurants offering pet-safe food, Goa is a Haven you must explore.

Jaisalmer-Most accommodations here have palatial as well as budget stays, and they allow pets to stay free of cost!

For spirituality seekers


How to get there; By air, takes an around six-a-half hour. Visa on arrival

Best time: November to May

Budget: Starts from 70000INR

This beautifully cultural country houses the largest spiritual complex in the world called Angkor Wat. Besides other temples.Tourist head to Buddhist sacred sites to experience deeper spirituality, healing and energy. Walk, cycle or tuk-tuk to explore the whole structure.


How to get there: By air, takes around five hours on a flight, visa on arrival

Best time: April to June, July to August

Budget:Start from 40000INR:Temple entry fee:approx 2000INR

For Slow Travellers


How to get there:By air,visa free travel.Carry voter id card,for kids,keep birth certificate or Adhar card handy

Best time:March,April,May,September,October,November

Budget:20000-50000 INR approx

Book your calendar


Wednesday,8March-Holi Saturday,11 March Sunday,12 March


Tuesday,4 April-Mahavir Jayanti Friday,7April-Good Friday Saturday,8 April Sunday, 9 April


Friday,5 May-Buddha Purnima Saturday,6 May Sunday,7 May


Thursday,29 June -Bakri Eid Saturday, 1 July Sunday,2 July


Saturday,12 August Sunday,13 August Tuesday,15 August (Take a day off on Monday 14)


Thursday,7 September-Janmashtami Saturday,9 September Sunday,10 September


Saturday,21 October Sunday,22 October Monday,23 October(Mahanavmi) Tuesday,24 October-Dussehra(Take off on Monday 23 October if you don’t have a closed holiday)


Saturday,11 November Sunday,12 November-Diwali

Saturday,25 November Sunday,26 November Monday,27 November-Guru Nanak Jayanti


Saturday,23 December Sunday,24 December Monday,25 December