When the going gets tough, a long weekend is what everyone looks forward to. 2019 had been generous with long weekends and thankfully, 2020 too has its fair share of them. The best way to spend a long weekend is to plan a perfect weekend getaway, far away from the hustle-bustle of the city.
When to go?
- February 21, Friday (Maha Shivratri)
- February 22, Saturday
- February 23, Sunday
In terms of weather, February is neither too hot nor too cold which makes it ideal for travelling. You can take a trip to the mountains or hit the beach or wherever you want. February also happens to be the month when there are plenty of festivals happening all over India, so you can plan a trip to attend them as well.
- March 7, Saturday
- March 8, Sunday
- March 9, Monday (if you can then take a leave)
- March 10, Tuesday (Holi)
Rather than throwing water balloons or putting colours, this Holi do something different by planning a perfect weekend getaway with your family. Whether it’s the gigantic mountains or the vast sea, bid goodbye to the city and celebrate the Holi weekend in the lap of nature.
- April 4, Saturday
- April 5, Sunday
- April 6, Monday (Mahavir Jayanti)
The heat of summers begins to set in with the arrival of April. A trip to the hills is what you need to escape the heat. So, plan a trip to a hill station closest to you!
- April 10, Friday (Good Friday)
- April 11, Saturday
- April 12, Sunday (Easter)
- April 13, Monday (Vaisakhi)
- April 14, Tuesday (Ambedkar Jayanti)
Now, this is a dream come true! This is no less than a full-fledged vacation. What was the destination that you wanted to visit but didn’t have time to plan a proper vacation? Well, this is your chance. Plan for a perfect 5-day vacation and head out!
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- May 22, Friday (Jamat Ul-Vida- If you can then take a leave)
- May 23, Saturday
- May 24, Sunday
- May 25, Monday (Eid-ul-Fitr)
Take a trip to someplace cool to escape from the scorching summer heat and the sweat. A trip to Manali perhaps?
- July 31, Friday – Bakri Eid
- August 1, Saturday
- August 2, Sunday
- August 3, Monday – Raksha Bandhan
This Raksha Bandhan instead of doing the usual affair, celebrate your brother-sister bond by taking a trip together. Travelling will give you the chance to spend some time with them. You can reminisce about your old fond memories and also make new ones.
- August 29, Saturday
- August 30, Sunday
- August 31, Monday (Onam)
Celebrate Onam by taking a trip to Kerala. If Kerala isn’t possible, then simply take a trip to a destination closest to you and relax your nerves from the stress of your work schedule.
- November 14, Saturday (Diwali)
- November 15, Sunday
- November 16, Monday (Bhai Duj)
Want to spend Diwali weekend with your family away from all the crackers and noise? Then head to someplace quiet and calm and celebrate a relaxing Diwali with your loved ones.
- December 25, Friday (Christmas)
- December 26, Saturday
- December 27, Sunday
This is the last long weekend of 2020 so don’t forget to spend it in a big way. Head to your favourite destination and make the most of 2020 before the year ends.
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