10 Best Places to visit during Winters in IndiaPosted by zeus in Some Thing More on November 25, 2016
As you all know winter is approaching at rapid rate everyone is planning there vacations then why are you sitting inside your old blanket. Get out of it and see the beauty of this white world with your own eyes. Winter is also a good time to go on a vacation with your family and friends and creating memories. As nothing is more important then creating memories. So here are some of the places to help you deciding the venue for your vacations.
Here are the top 10 Best Places to visit during Winters in India:
1. Rajasthan : Royal State
The best times to visit this Land of Land of Maharajas is during the winter months. Rajasthan is land of desert, forts, palaces and colorful attire.
The state experiences cold climatic conditions during the winter months.
Coupled with traditional folk dances and the famed Rajasthan hospitality, there is something magical about visiting the different forts and palaces of Rajasthan. The capital Jaipur is the most popular place, visited by millions every year.
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2. Kerala : God’s own country
The mesmerizing waterfalls, the enchanting backwaters of Kerala, the serene atmosphere and the hill stations makes the Kerala one of the most preferred tourist destinations, especially in the beautiful and chilly winter season.
Kerala is an ideal place to ebjoy your winter vacations as it experiences moderate climate throughout the year.
For beach lovers its the Kovalam, for backwaters its Thekaddy, Alapuzza and Vembanad. Then there is Munnar’s lush tea plantation and salubrious weather.
Places to visit here – Munnar, Thekkady, Wayanad, Athirapally waterfalls, Varkala beach, Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, Kumarakom, Kovalam, Alapuzza, Vembanad, Periyar
3. Kashmir: Paradise on Earth
Kashmir is known as one the most beautiful places in India where time stands still.
Water, in all or any forms, is one of Kashmir’s charms like rivers, lakes, springs, make music all over the valley.
The alluring and majestic sweeps of forested mountains are tempered with miles of flowering meadows.
It has many breathtaking and attracting places that is beyond imagination. In this beautiful land, fruits grow in abundance: apple, cherry, peach, pear, plum, loquat, almond, walnut and pine nut.
The combination of snow capped mountains and lush valleys in winter makes Kashmir the top honeymoon and winter holiday destinations in India.
Places to visit here – Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Dal lake, Leh, Ladakh, Kashmir valley, Nubra Valley.
4. Auli – Uttrakhand
For a skiing holiday, Auli (which means meadow) in Uttarakhand is one of the best destinations to be in during winter months.
A beautiful part of the state of Uttarakhand, this valley is home to some gorgeous skiing slopes.
The place is situated amidst peaks, dense cedar and pine trees and also offers amazing views of the Himalayan mountain range.
It has fast caught up to the popularity of Manali and Shimla as skiing destinations in India in a short period of time.
5. Goa – Pearl of the Orient
Goa is not only famous for its beaches, but also for its carnivals and old churches. It’s a perfect destinations for fun lovers .
Goa has always been a popular haunt for international tourists much for the vibrant nightlife, cruises, and beaches.
As it is the time for Christmas and New Year and people of Goa celebrate both these occasion With great gusto and this tourist destination is best to visit in winters.
Sandy beaches and presence of beautiful rivers has proved Goa to be a paradise for holidaymakers.
A perfect celestial home for the wanderlust traveler, an ideal destination for adventure enthusiasts, Goa might be the smallest state in India but there is no dearth of exciting places to visit in Goa.
Goa offers so many entertainment options, from dolphin and crocodile spotting, to island trips. There are plenty of other options for adventure sports in Goa.
6. Shimla – Queen of Hills
There is nothing better than spending a romantic vacation with your loved one someone in the midst of snow.
The mall road here is packed with beautiful and lovely couples as the snow covered peaks and good accessibility makes it one of the hottest destinations for honeymooners in the winter season.
7. Andaman Island
The tranquil ambience and exotic marine life of Andaman Islands can be enjoyed in the winter months at it’s best.
The islands of Andaman and Nicobar are hilly in places fringed with coconut palm, covered with tropical jungle and interspersed with flat stretches of crescent shaped beaches offering paranomic views to the tourist.
8. Lansdowne – The heaven in Uttarakhand
Refreshing air, alluring beauty and a glorious view of the snow covered peaks inspire peace and tranquility and makes Lansdowne one of the quietest hill stations of India and is popular since Britishers came to India.
Shielded with the world’s highest and most beautiful mountain ranges – the Himalayas, naturally Uttarakhand Hills are bestowed with extra ordinary beauty and most of it is unseen by the outside world.
This makes Lansdowne an ideal location for eco-tourism and is best visited in the winter months.
A pure, invigorate, bracing and clean environment makes Lansdowne a preferred destination to experience serenity and takes you away from the humdrum city life.
Places to visit here – Garhwali Mess, Regimental Museum, Bhulla Tal, Tip-n-Top, Tarkeshwar Mahadev, The War Memorial, St. Mary’s Church.
9. Dharamsala and Mcleodganj – Himachal Pradesh
Dharamsala is renowned as the seat of Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in Exile is nestled in the Dauladhar range of Himalaya.
A little ahead of Dharamsala is McLeodganj which is at a bit higher altitude and is a different world altogether.
The weather, ambience, the crowd and the culture makes these two places one of the most alluring and beautiful destinations to enjoy your winter vacations.
The snow capped mountain peaks of Dauladhar creates breathtaking scenic views.
These days McLeodganj has become best and popular tourist destinations and is a very good option as a winter holiday destination in India.
10. Corbett National Park – Uttarkhand
Jim Corbett National Park is Located in Nainital district is one of the most famous wildlife reserves of India.
There is no particular time to visit the national park, which boasts of sizeable population of tigers and several other wild animals.
However, winter time is particularly very special here as foggy mornings, a slight nip in the air, and a greater probability of spotting wild animals make the experience a whole lot better.
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