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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.

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.

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.

1. 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.

2. 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!

3. 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.

4. 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.

5. Ushuaia, Argentina


Within close proximity to Patagonia, one of the most devastatingly beautiful places on this planet, Ushuaia welcomes visitors to the bottom of the world with its quirky buildings set against huge mountains.

6. 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.

7. Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve, Chile


Adventurous couples should consider taking a trip to the Patagonian forest in Chile where they will have one-of-a-kind Valentine’s Day. The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve offers various activities such as kayaking, rafting and mountain biking if that is something you are into but you can also go horse riding, fly fishing and sailing.

The great thing here is that there are many ways to experience this area, such as sleeping beneath a waterfall in the egg-shaped Hotel Montaña Magica where the rooms look like wooden cabins.

Then, you can also sleep in pods among the trees in the Canopy Village which will allow you to get closer to the birds and give you a unique view of the local wildlife. Moreover, the Nothofagus Hotel & Spa is something that will truly take your breath away and make you feel like you are inside a tree. For some romantic alone time, you can ride a cable car or take a dip in the hot springs.

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
Stacie said...

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

dani said...

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.

Joanna said...

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.

Debra Schroeder said...

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.

Anonymous said...

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

John Mulindi said...

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

LaRena's Corner said...

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.

Sara Welch said...

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!

Marysa said...

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.

Rachael Phillips said...

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

Sara | mshealthesteem.com said...

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

kumamonjeng said...

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.

Alexandra Cook said...

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

luvyurselfgirl35 said...

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.

Jasmine said...

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

matthew said...

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

Lisa said...

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

Chelle Dizon said...

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

redheadmomblog said...

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

Natalia A said...

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

Unknown said...

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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