Top 8 Places to Visit in Winters

Top 8 Places to Visit in Winters

Winters are always loved, curling up in the quilt, sipping a cup of coffee, looking out of the window. But this is totally normal to do in winters. How about this winter when you try out something new? Something to explore, something fun? This year, explore some amazing places to visit in winter in India.

We have got some best places to visit in India during winter, so what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and book your tickets now.

Auli – Auli is full of natural beauty dotted with apple orchards, old oaks, and pine trees. One of the best winter tourist destinations in Uttrakhand. Though the trip to Auli is short, the experience earned provides memories that last forever. The months from December to February bring out the charm and the best snow routes of the town. Auli is also a ski lover’s paradise. January is the month of the National Championship of Skiing here.


Nainital -Nainital is the hill station of lakes and the beauty of Uttrakhand. During winters, the cold of the Himalayas envelops Nainital and the lakes are frozen into ice. But the best part of this place is that it doesn’t see too much chill out there. The lakes are not fit for boating, so most tourists prefer spending time at the cafes. Shopping at the mall road, visiting the snow points and of course enjoying at the resorts.

The Rann of Kutch– stretches over 7000 sq. miles into the Thar’s desert wilderness. We can’t say that these are deserts but these are almost mystical white salt deserts. They shine like silver. Especially if you see it under full moonlight. The state of Gujarat celebrates ‘Rann Mahotsav’ here in the month from November to February where tourists come from every corner of the world. You can definitely book one of the many luxury tents at Dhordo Village and travel to the festival from there very easily.

Kerela – you can never ever understand kerela if you haven’t visited there. There is something for all over here, beaches for beach lovers, wildlife for wildlife lovers, hill stations for nature lovers, and yoga for peace of mind. Everyone can choose the kind of winter holiday that they want without being restricted to the limitations of options and beauty.

Lakshadweep – if you don’t want to spend your whole winter in a blanket, then trust me you don’t have to. Plan a holiday at Lakshadweep where you can splash in the azure water instead of being in a is situated about 300kms off the coast of Kerela. you can definitely enjoy a dive into the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean and watch the underwater life.

Shillong – Meghalaya’s hilly small capital, Shillong is an almost year-round destination. Shillong is just bloomed with waterfalls, lakes, and mists during winter. People usually come here for cold weather, clouds, root bridge forest, tribes, and other activities like trekking and angling.

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Varanasi – One of the best and oldest cities in the world, Varanasi or Benaras defines the holiest ghats of the Ganga River.The place everybody loves to go before dying. Tourists usually come here in search of peace and if they are lucky, then moksha too. Not only in India but in all of the world. December is also marked as the Ganga Festival, so check the yearly dates before planning.

Gangtok– The capital of Sikkim, Gangtok is beautiful during summer, but it is something else altogether during winter The temperature goes to minus values but must say afternoons are amazing to enjoy some sun. Some of the villages are frozen during winter and lakes are frozen too. So enjoy a white-green holiday in Gangtok Sikkim.

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