List of long weekends in 2022

Published by Community Manager on 07 January 2022

List of long weekends in 2022

Long weekends… Ahh!! Don’t we wish every weekend to be a long weekend? Yes, we do because our craving for a holiday never really ends. One reason why we are always looking forward to long weekends, ticking off the calendar even before a new year begins. 

Entering this brand new year, we are already in the mood to plan a long weekend getaway. And the good news is, there is a long list of long weekends in 2022, offering us the chance to break the monotony. With the vaccination drive touching a new high, packing your suitcase for a long weekend holiday won’t do any harm. Here is a rundown of long weekends knocking on your door this 2022. 

  1. Holi: March 18 – March 20

Wind in your hair, sand on your feet, setting off to the Andaman Islands will gift you with a dream trip. Lay lax on a serene beach lined with coconut trees and experience time come to a standstill. Spending a weekend doing nothing but watching the waves kiss the shore will be an ideal way to unwind.  

Where to Stay in Andamans – Symphony Palms, Havelock Islands, Symphony Summer Sands, Neil Islands, Symphony Samudra, Port Blair

  1. Mahavir Jayanti & Good Friday: April 14 – April 17 

Lose yourself to the beauty of Coorg the natural paradise. Explore its diverse typography speckled with thick forests, acres of coffee plantation, and rolling green hills. Amble the less-trodden paths, spot out rare birds, or indulge in some sightseeing. Such long holiday weekends are going to be truly refreshing. 

Where to Stay in Coorg – Club Mahindra Madikeri and Club Mahindra Virajpet

  1. Eid –ul-Fitr: April 30 – May 3

Superb travel spot in hot months, Mussoorie the “Queen of Hills” will be a window to misty mountains, archetypical churches, and quaint libraries. Taking the winding roads leading to captivating nooks and enchanting vantage points is sure to fill your weekend with the much-needed drama. Land up at this whimsical holiday destination and enjoy your long weekends to the fullest. 

Where to Stay in Mussoorie – Club Mahindra Mussoorie and Club Mahindra Kanatal

  1. Buddha Purnima: May 14 – May 16

Set free the adventure- junkie in you as you make your way to Sikkim, the mountain kingdom. Wander past this maze-like hotspot dotted with steep valleys, plunging ravines, subtropical woodlands, and groves of rhododendrons. A base camp for the most thrilling trek to Mt. Kanchenjunga, Sikkim is sure to lend you memories of a lifetime. 

Where to Stay in Sikkim - Club Mahindra Gangtok and Club Mahindra Baiguney

  1. Raksha Bandhan & Independence Day: August 11 – August 15

Plan a trip on long weekends to Khajuraho, the country’s most titillating town famed for its group of archaic temples listed as World Heritage Sites. Take pleasure in the laid-back travel vibe and quaint village settlements. Cycle around, to reach stunning temples famous for the finest temple art. Featuring erotic stone carvings and sculptures, a trip to Khajuraho is going to be a treat to history buffs. 

Where to Stay in Khajuraho – Bundela Resort Khajuraho

  1. Janmashthami: August 19 – August 22

Spending long weekends in Mount Abu, Rajasthan’s only hill station will be a great choice. One of the most popular retreats, this spot will offer you the desired solace, and a break from the city’s humdrum. Delight in the scenic environs and take home memories of an unforgettable sunset. Sink in the hues of Rajasthan at Mount Abu. 

Where to Stay in Mount Abu – Hotel Aravali, Mount Abu and Club Mahindra Udaipur

  1. Ganesh Chaturthi: August 31 - September 3

Magnificent is just the right word to describe Munnar, country’s largest tea-growing province. Engulf in a thousand shades of green as you travel past tea plantations scattered hither and thither. Breathe in fresh air, watch the mist cling to mountaintops, and relax in the calming environs. You would find no place like this one to rejuvenate your senses. 

Where to Stay in Munnar – Club Mahindra Munnar and Club Mahindra Mount Serene

  1. Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti & Dusshera: October 2 to October 5

The seat of the Taj Mahal, one among the Seven Wonders of the World, Agra will leave you awestruck by its remarkable Mughal architecture. October being the ideal weather to stroll past this intriguing city, it is sure to bring out the best in its bustling bazaars and chaotic corners. While your stay do not miss to visit the Agra Fort, Mehtab Bagh, Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah, Jama Masjid, Akbar’s Tomb and Chini-ka-Rauza. This weekend jaunt to Agra will get etched in your mind.   

Where to Stay in Agra – Ramada Plaza, Agra

  1. Diwali: October 22 - October 24

Don’t miss out on a trip to Darjeeling, a pleasing and picturesque hill station topping the charts of ardent rovers. A toy-train ride must top your things-to-do list along with sightseeing and sampling lip-smacking local delicacies. What else do you need on a long weekend apart from great food, fun activities, and a little bit of relaxation? 

Where to Stay in Darjeeling – Summit Hermon, Darjeeling

  1. Guru Nanak Jayanti: November 5 – November 8  

Do trip to Goa, a pocket-size paradise as the year approaches its end. Uncover an exceptional blend of Portuguese and Indian culture. Embrace the beach life and the unique vibe of the uninterrupted string of sun-kissed beaches that never happen to sleep. Stick up your forks with your favorite seafood and dance to the rhythm of Goan music. Long weekends in Goa will be the most happening. 

Where to Stay in Goa – Club Mahindra Acacia Palms, Club Mahindra Emerald Palms, Club Mahindra Varca, and Club Mahindra Assonora

Hope this blog helps you plan your holiday in 2022 with family at Club Mahindra managed and affiliate resorts. Club Mahindra adheres to COVID guidelines and ensure a safe holiday experience for you and your family.

List of long weekends in 2022
List of long weekends in 2022