Winter Travel/ Holiday Destinations in India, Places to Visit

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As winter arrives, people start finding the best Winter Travel/ Holiday Destinations in India. But, they fail to choose the ideal Places to Visit in winter in India. Hence, we present a complete list of tourist destinations that are best discovered in the winter season. All of these places will offer you amazing inter festivals, panoramic natural views, ample snowfall, adventure sports, frozen lakes, skiing facilities, bonfire and much more.

So, simply browse through this list and explore India.

1. Dalhousie

When the winter season knocks the country, this place becomes a home to the snow covered mountains, deodar forests and bone chilling breeze. Not just it is gorgeous in beauty, but also a perfect place for trekking enthusiasts. Every year, the National Himalayan Winter Trekking Expedition is conducted which attracts a number of Indian and foreign tourists.

2. Nagoa Beach

This beach lies in Diu and the temperature is found to range from 16 degree to 23 degree Celsius. Generally, it is considered to be one of the top honeymoon destinations in India. However, you may find a number of families, friends’ groups and others enjoying bonfire and the special festival, i.e. Festa De Diu. It is the longest beach festival in Asia and is celebrated here in December.

3. Leh

If you desire to explore the God’s paradise, no place is better than Leh. The hills and crystal blue ice will instantly provoke your adventurous bug hiding inside. Also, you may find a great variety of treks here, including Chadar trek (the most famous trek & is ideal to trek between January to February), Liker to Khaltse trek, Sham trek and Samboo to Khalsar. So, pack enough warm jackets to survive the weather.

4. Dawki

This place is situated in Shillong and temperature here, generally ranges from 12 degree to 20 degrees in winters. When you visit here, do explore the Unmgot River, where the water is so clear that anything floating over it appears to flying in air. Additionally, you may find a number of colorful fairs and festivals here, such as Baghmara, Tysim Festival, Tura Winter Festival, Pinjera Festival and Williamnagar Winter Festival.

5. Srinagar

You can recreate moments of love with your beloved, riding on a Shikara here. One of the most romantic getaways in India, this place is best explore between December to March. Most of the travellers generally visit the place in December, as the temperature at this time is not too extreme. Also, do not to visit Gulmarg and be a part of the Gulmarg Snow festival.

6. Udaipur

It is one of the perfect places to spend your vacation in winters. Being located at the base of Aravali hills, this place, which is also known as the Venice of the east, feels cold. However, the extreme effects get nullified by the lakes. So, the weather here is simply awesome. Further, if you love art and craft, you should get to this place to visit the Shilpgram Arts and Crafts Festival, where you can learn some crafting skills as well.

7. Sonamarg (Thajiwas Glacier)

Sonamarg is an exotic destination in India; but, what is undiscovered here is the Thajiwas glacier. It is located 7 kilometers from Sonamarg. Visiting here, you will feel as if you have entered the Santa’s paradise. So, get a red coat on and ride a sledge single the popular ‘jingle bells’. Also, you can try out some adventure activities, like snowboarding, Sledge rides and skiing.

Travel to India

India is a mix of diverse cultures, festivals, religions, languages and tourist attractions. Hence, it can be rightly said that the most thrilling vacation can be spend in India. So, this winter season, plan a trip to these popular destinations and create some indelible memories that will be relished for lifetime.

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