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Everyone's favourite holiday is about to make an appearance. That's right. Valentine's Day is around the corner - and whether you want to celebrate with your partner, un-valentine with your friends and family, or fly solo, we're here to help you out!

Valentine's Day is synonymous with romanticism and traveling is one of the best ways to celebrate love. But more and more couples leave a single pattern and love is understood in many different ways. February is the best month of the year to plan a trip to the world class snowy destinations before the spring sun reaches us and all the snow melts.

Winter is almost on its way out, so if you still want to bust out the skis and break into the comfy hug of warm coats and jackets, February is a good time to go for honeymoon in a romantic getaway, glamping sites in forests, cozy mountain lodges and more.

Best Places to Travel in February for Valentine

Here in this travel blog are some best places to go for valentine's day staycation and plan a tour.

Best Places to Travel in February for Valentine

1. Venice, Italy

For those who have just started in the love affair as a couple and are still in (almost) permanent state of enchantment, a destination that comes to them as a ring is Venice. In this tourist city par excellence it is possible, even if it does not seem like it, to find squares and corners where you can feel isolated from the crowd that runs through its streets and canals.

The city surprises, for good. They have even managed to turn the dark past of the Bridge of Sighs - through which the condemned were crossing - to turn it into a romantic meeting point for lovers on board gondolas.

2. Paris, France

We know it, it's a classic, but like all classic is eternal. For this type of couples who associate Valentine's Day with dinner with candles and walks in the light of the moon, what better destination than Paris, the city of love and light. All for a kiss from Pont Neuf or on top of the Eiffel Tower. On the wall of Square Jehan Rictus, the artist has translated ​​the phrase, I Love You, into more than 400 languages, an ideal place to declare love.

3. Prague, Czechia

Another interesting option for lovers old style is Prague. Not in vain the tourism promotion authority of the city has created a site called Prague for lovers. Among things to do in Prague, the best recommendation is an evening stroll through Prague Castle (Pražský Hrad), considered to be the most extensive site in the world.

It is former seat of the kings of Bohemia and one of the most important historical monuments of the country. At night it is illuminated with lanterns and the picture is spectacular.

4. Amsterdam, Netherlands

For lovers who have a broader sense of the 'couple' concept and for those for whom monogamy is a cultural norm that does not always have to be followed, suggestions go from a getaway to Amsterdam, city of sex par excellence. Not all its attraction is based on the Red Light District, which are icons such as the canals, the Rijksmuseum or the Van Gogh Museum, or the Anne Frank House.

We also recommend a getaway to Leiden, the city with the most museums in the Netherlands and the place where Rembrandt was born.

5. Marrakesh, Morocco

Come on, those who knew themselves at eighteen years of age or earlier and have not separated since. Carrying all life together requires putting a note of excitement and surprise, and what better fate than Morocco. It's close, it's a cheap and culturally exotic destination. No couple can resist the charms of Marrakech in the Jemaa el-Fna Square.

It is the epicenter of the city 24 hours a day and getting close to the great desert dune in Merzouga is a guarantee of a unique experience.

Best Places to Travel in February for Valentine

6. Maldives

We landed in Male at 8:15 in the morning, an airport without walls and surrounded by turquoise blue water. It is incredible but we come from the highest country in the world and we have just reached the lowest country in the world, whose highest point is 2.3 meters above sea level.

The ferry to Thoddoo leaves at 9, so we do not have much time to catch it. We see a lot of people with posters of the different hotels and resorts, but it seems that none is of ours. I see that a guy carries a sign for a hotel in Thoddoo, so I ask him and he tells me that we are on his list, but we have to wait a bit for the rest of the people to arrive, to catch a speedboat.

We mounted on the ferry with some locals. The shortage of tourists, already indicated that our island looks like it was what we were looking for, a small secret place, a paradise hidden inside the paradise, an island still to be exploited. The journey lasted approximately 2 hours. It looks like a postcard but this paradise really exists and very few people know it.

Farukolhufushi is an oval island that has an interior lagoon surrounded by impressive vegetation. It is the second largest island of the archipelago and has a diving school of great prestige and with more than 130 bungalows. Of small size, Ihuru has as its main attractions its vegetation and its coral barrier near the beach. The accommodations are arranged in 16 bungalows that are located between coconut trees.

Vabbinfaru stands out for its typical Maldivian vegetation that is in a virgin state. It is also a small island of Maldives. Bandos has a famous diving school and one of the best hotels in the country. Kudahiti island is one of the quietest and is characterized by being the most exclusive and also the most expensive.

Rihiveli is considered one of the most beautiful islands for honeymoon and also the most welcoming, having managed to preserve the Maldivian lifestyle. Highlights the lagoon of large dimensions in which you can practice water sports. The accommodations on Cocoa island follow the Maldivian style with coral stone houses and palm leaf roofs. It is one of the smallest and has a lagoon and exuberant vegetation.

Villivaru is an island in Maldives with modern fittings. The vegetation is leafy and is composed of coconut trees and bougainvillea. Emboodhu Finolhu has an elongated turquoise lagoon. The bungalows are built on the sea and have the shape of stilt houses. Emboodhu Finolhu has one of the very beautiful beaches of Maldives.

Maafushi is a more touristic island than Gulhi, the island of fishermen, but it is also an ideal place to spend a couple of days. On this island, as in many, there is an area defined as Bikini Beach. You can only go in a swimsuit (if you're a girl) in that area. In the rest of the island you will see posters that specify that you can not go in a bikini.

In Maafushi there are many snorkeling tours to do. The most common is to take the one that we did that includes several stops. Visit the coral reef, to a point where there are turtles, a point where there are blankets, a point where there are dolphins (you see them from the boat if you are lucky, no you can swim with them) and a Sand Bank, which is a small island of sand that disappears at high tide.

You will see it is an area that is full of seaweed and at night, from out of the water, you can see Baby Sharks hunting your dinner. Have fun watching the typical crab races that are organized every Thursday, and in which the islanders compete and make bets.

Best Places to Travel in February for Valentine

7. British Virgin Islands

Tortola is the main island of the British Virgin Islands and its surroundings possess the incomparable natural beauty of the Caribbean islands, both on land, and under the transparent waters. Tortola is a paradise for lovers of water activities. The beautiful island is also a famous diving center.

Tortola has thousands of attractions and incredible scenarios in its beautiful beaches and lush landscapes. The activities and tours in Tortola, the main one of the British Virgin Islands, are varied and go beyond sports and culture. The beautiful and comfortable hotels give you the best view of the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean islands.

During your trip to Tortola you will discover the many and varied activities that this small island has to delight its visitors, a mixture of natural beauty and excellent services. Enjoy water tours, fishing, snorkeling and diving to explore the coral reefs, rock formations in deep waters and legendary sunken ships. In Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands, activities and tours on land include horseback riding and through the tops of mountains and mountains. Adventure is a common word in Tortola!

In the tourist destination of Tortola, the local people will tell you that the blues are always good activities! When you travel to Tortola, make incredible snorkeling and diving tours in the magnificent waters of the beach, lagoons and inlets. You will also have the opportunity to surf and windsurf, observe the most beautiful landscapes of the Caribbean islands in a parasailing or ride aboard a fast and powerful speedboat.

During your trip to Tortola you can enjoy one of the most incredible activities you can do in the British Virgin Islands. Swimming with the dolphins has become one of the favorite attractions for locals and visitors and can take place in a fantastic place, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Caribbean islands.

Family vacations in Tortola are fun and educational. This sunny tourist destination is ideal for water sports, such as snorkeling for children and diving for adults. This Tortola travel guide suggests you do some of the tours and educational activities in the family in full contact with nature: jungle tours, bird watching, horseback riding, biking and a visit to the Museum Folkloric of the island.

Visit Mount Health National Park, symbol of the era of sugarcane plantations in the British Virgin Islands, where you will find intact vestiges of a windmill whose walls are made of stone. Take a tour of the Sage Mountain National Park, where you can see beautiful jungle landscapes from the highest elevations.

The Tortola travel guide recommends you to carry out your event here: travel to Tortola and discover the most romantic and wonderful landscapes to make the wedding of your dreams come true and an incredible honeymoon, with tours in Tortola for two, surrounded by the majestic Caribbean Sea, on the famous beaches of the British Virgin Islands.

In Tortola there are many other activities and attractions to enjoy. This small Caribbean island has several natural parks and national parks, right here and on nearby islands, the trip is short and fun. You should also visit the island's famous art galleries and dine at its delicious restaurants.

Enjoy and tan on the soft sand beaches, always using biodegradable sun lotions, so you take care of your skin and the environment at the same time.

Best Places to Travel in February for Valentine

8. St. Lucia

St. Lucia is a beautiful volcanic island that has lush rainforests, undulating agricultural fields and completely unspoilt beaches. St. Lucia is also one of the windiest places in the world, since the trade winds blow from the sea to the southern coast. St. Lucia has spectacular islands, a beautiful mountainous landscape, Qualibou volcano and its sulfur gushes, orchids and exotic plants, and roads bordered by flowers on both sides.

9. Rajasthan, India

Udaipur, in all its finery, is the epitome of a luxury holiday - and what better day to splurge with your partner than a day meant to celebrate each other? Head on over to this Rajasthani town of lakes to enjoy comfortable stays, sunsets rippling over water, and private, romantic boat rides where you can forget about the rest of the world.

If you're looking to take a fun road trip through Rajasthan, then drive over to Shekhawati. This open-air gallery is super underrated - and the wonderfully restored havelis are the perfect chance to experience some royal treatment! Have a picnic on the sands, take a walk through the village, chill by the pool, and enjoy some folk and dance along with delicious food!

10. Haryana, India

Want a Valentine holiday but don't have too much time to head out of town? Or do you want to have a private un-valentine with your family or gal pals? Either way, this farmhouse in Sohna Hills is a great chance to escape the city without going too far. A mere 40 minutes drive from the NCR, it's a great spot to walk through fields, enjoy a smooth drink, and have a picnic party.

11. Meghalaya, India

If you're looking for a real adventure, then get onto an ATR and head to Shillong's valleys. This rainy state of India is a great place to go on treks, walks, and all kinds of nature fun. Check out the beautiful Umiam Lake for a picnic, or go on a daring adventure with your partner by exploring the Mawsmai caves - all while enjoying the rolling hills and landscapes.

12. Phu Quoc, Vietnam

Feel like heading somewhere with a little sun and silence? Phú Quốc is where the fun is at. Rent a private suite or villa on this Vietnamese island to take private dips in the pool, and enjoy lazy mornings with scrumptious breakfasts. Enjoy a siesta on the sand, or a romantic beach picnic to a glorious sunset.

February is also a month for festivals like the Chinese new year and mardi gras. Some of the best places to visit in February for honeymoon are the Caribbean island, the big apple in the east coast or among UNESCO world heritage site and cobblestone streets in Europe or a national park near San Francisco.

While this is in no way an exhaustive list, but these are some of the best places to travel in February for those who love the cold winter breeze. February is here, so get packing and to explore your favorite winter destinations!
Kalyan Panja Kalyan Panja Author


  1. India is such a beautiful place! I would love to visit all of these places one day.

  2. they all sound good. I have promised an Indian friend I met in Malaysia that I will visit her one day. She said she will show me around because she is worried because of my love for traveling alone. I hope that it will be this year if not for the Valentines.

  3. From your list I have only been to Agra and I really liked it. The Agra Fort is so beautiful and the entire city has so many love inspired stories, from the Taj Mahal to the Baby Taj.

  4. What an interesting list of places for Valentine’s Day. I’m definitely going to add Gulmarg to my bucket list. My husband would love skiing there.

  5. I love India so much that I am planning to visit the country next year! I have a friend who lives in India so it will be a lot easier for me to travel! - Cez Dela Cruz

  6. It seems India has such great places to visit. I need to put this on my travel list. Thanks.

  7. Love all the information. One day I will get to travel the world and I will be able to see India. Thank you so much for sharing.

  8. India sounds amazing; I would love to spend a season there exploring all the flavors and riches it's cities have to offer. Thank you for sharing!

  9. It would be fun to travel for Valentine's Day. So nice to just get away and reconnect. I am not familiar with any of these places but they all sound like great options.

  10. i've never been to india but it sounds really interesting and I'd definitely like to travel there. thanks so much for your brilliant recommendations

  11. I would love to visit India someday! Thanks for all of these wonderful travel suggestions ♡

  12. I love India and been to Gulmarg in the winter, I didnt try out the skiing but did travel with the gondola and also the human sledge. Not sure if they still have the human sledge these day. Pretty amazing memory that I had.

  13. So many great spot to love in I.dia. I have never been there but I always wanted to visit.

  14. Never realized how rich the history of India is until I started studying About it last year. It has definitely gotten a spot on my list of places to visit! This article really helps narrow places within the country down.

  15. Never been to India. But they all sound like great places to visit on vacation

  16. I had the opportunity to visit delhi few years back but never visited any of this awesome place. Thanks for sharing

  17. I've never been to India, so I appreciate this post. Goa sounds so pretty! would love to visit one day.

  18. I think these places is a very interesting place to visit. Thank you so much for these helpful suggestions!

  19. These look like some awesome places to travel to this Valentine's Day! I would love to visit some of these.

  20. oh, wow! so many amazing destinations and things to do and discover with your loved one!

  21. I love this list of travel places. Me and my husband love to travel and we always plan on going somewhere for Valentine's Day this list has given us some inspiration. Thanks for sharing.


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