10 best places in India to travel to this winter season
Planning for a Vacation in this winter but still confused where to go!
Here we have plenty of suggestions where you can go with your family or friends to create memories for a lifetime.
Imagine the fun you can have where the National Championship of skiing takes place. You can also enjoy Asia’s longest cable car in a 360-degree view of snow-covered peaks of Himalayas.
If you are not the kind who wants to spend his/her winters in snowy regions. There is something just for you, people who love to spend time with their closed ones on cold chilly days while having tasty street food items near a frozen lake than you should Consider Nanital for your vacation.
The mighty peaks of Nanda Devi, Trishul and Pachachuli are surely a treat for your eyes and a real deal for your camera to capture the tremendous beauty at once. People who love to go for tracking in winters and enjoy a cup of tea while being surrounded by mountains can find no other better place than Binsar.
Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Manali is the most desired place for winters in India is for a reason because there would hardly be a thing that you can’t do in Manali. Here is a small list of activities you can engage yourself into skiing, horse riding, paragliding. You can also experience the beauty of hamlets like kasol, kullu and rohtang. After this beautiful but tiring tour, you can enjoy the hot sulfur bath in Manikaran to relax your body and soul.
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
For couples and tourists from around the world, Shimla – The Queen of Hills, is a wonderland. Shimla is not just popular for its weather but also for its Colonial-era architecture that brings great excitement into people to explore the city.
Goa during winters offers the season of lively festivals, like Goa Carnival, Goa Film Festival, Sunburn music fest, Christmas and New Year parties from which you will never get over with.
Gulmarg, Jammu, and Kashmir
A very beautiful location to visit in high altitude where you can witness the divine beauty of Gulmarg completely blanketed in white, Snowy peaks as far as you can see and every snowy activity you dreamed of can be fulfilled here.
If you want to be get connected more with nature than Shillong is a place you surely need to explore. It blooms in the time of winter and it is packed with ancient megaliths, beautiful waterfalls, lakes, dense forests, and ancient culture and heritage, it is a fascinating place to visit.
During the time of (December-February) the weather of “Gods Own Country” is something you can’t define in words. Visiting Kerala means getting relieved from all of your frustrations and anger because the Ayurvedic Spas, backwaters, beaches, hills and the culture of this city feels like magic
Great Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
A place where people in lakhs plan their winter holidays on the world’s biggest salt desert must be in your list. However, the biggest reason for visiting this place is to witness its Kutch festival, known as ‘Rann Utsav’ that is held in the winter (November-February). Also, staying in the tents on the periphery of the Dhordo village adds to the fascinating experience.
Now pack your bags, book your tickets and enjoy the traveling.