In this blog, we will see which are the Top 11 Places to Visit in India During Winter. which we can visit.
Manali, Himachal Pradesh :-
A gift of the Himalayas to the world, Manali is a beautiful township nestled in the picturesque Beas River valley. It is a rustic enclave known for its cool climate and snow-capped mountains, offering respite to tourists escaping scorching heat of the plains.
Auli, Uttarakhand :-
Also known as Auli Bugyal, Auli is a Ski resort destination and a hill station in the Chamoli district of the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. A white winter wonderland, Auli is famous for its Ski resorts, Ski slopes and Ski events that are organised every winter
Nanital, Uttarakhand :-
Nainital - The Lake City of India. ... It is among the most visited hill stations of North India since British period. Perched at an elevation of 2,084 metres above sea level, the glittering city of Nainital is hailed for being a parent to the ravishing Naini Lake from which it has earned the epithet of being the lake city
Binsar, Uttarakhand :-
The major attraction of Binsar is the panoramic view of the mountains from Zero Point. Binsar is an ideal getaway for bird watchers, nature lovers and landscape photographers. It is also well known for its wide range of flora and fauna.
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh :-
Situated at a height of 8000 ft. above the sea level, Jakhoo Hill is the location of an ancient Hanuman temple that boasts of having the world's tallest statue (108 ft.) of this Hindu deity. Shrouded in legends and mysteries, it attracts devotees and the tourists alike.
Shimla enjoys heavy snowfall in December and January, making it a perfect destination for snow lovers and winter sport enthusiasts from across the world. Though winter begins in November. The average maximum stands at low-twenties, while the minimum drops below 15 degrees.
Great Rann of Kutch, Gujarat :-
The Great Rann of Kutch (or Rann of Kutch seasonal salt marsh) is a salt marsh in the Thar Desert in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India. It is about 7500 km2 (2900 sq miles) in the area and is reputed to be one of the largest salt deserts in the world. ... It is an extension of the Thar Desert.
Gulmarg and Sonamarg, Jammu & Kashmir :-
Gulmarg is magical year-round, but when winter arrives, it takes on new hues with the entire town blanketed in white. Lofty snow-covered peaks, frozen lakes, ice-glazed trees and white-blanketed landscape make it a skiing arena in winters. You can indulge in a smorgasbord of snowy activities, like skiing, snowboarding and trekking. Enjoy the panoramic view of this winter wonderland by cable car.
This smallest state of India packs a wallop in terms of things to see and do throughout the year, but winter is the most amazing time to experience it all. Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in water sports, partyholics can go for beach parties or nightclubs throbbing with music, drinks and happening crowds, and those who want to just catch some rays have a wealth of beaches and islands upon which to do so. Besides these usual activities, winter in Goa marks the season of lively festivals, like Goa Carnival, Goa Film Festival, Sunburn music fest, Christmas and New Year parties, making it as enticing as ever.
If you find yourself down south during winters (December-February), then make a beeline for ‘God’s Own Country’. Famous for Ayurvedic spas, backwaters, beaches, hills, verdant greenery, tea and spice plantations, diversity of flora and fauna, traditional culture and cuisine, Kerala is one of the popular destinations in India. If you’re a nature and wildlife lover, head to one of the many national parks, like Periyar Natioal Park, Silent Valley National Park or Eravikulam National Park; for those whno want an adrenaline rush, try surfing at Varkala and Kovalam beaches, paragliding at Vagamon, boating in the Kerala backwaters or trekking at Chembra Peak, Anamudi or in the Dhoni hills. Those wanting to spend some time in nature’s midst, head straight to Munnar, Aleppey backwaters or Wayanad. Besides, there are a plethora of historical and cultural sites across Kerala to feed your appetite for culture and history..
Sonamarg, Jammu and Kashmir :-
Situated at an altitude of 2730 m, Sonamarg is a mesmerizing hill station in the Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. Sonamarg literally means 'the meadow of gold' and with snow-capped mountains set against a spectacular blue sky, it is as close to heaven as it can get.
Shillong, Meghalaya :-
It is a perfect blend of old world and modern charm. The interesting fact about Shillong is that it is the only hill station in India that is accessible from all sides. ... Today, Shillong has some picturesque places worth visiting. Umiam lake, Elephant falls and Lady Hydari Park is some famous attractions to name a few.
Go and Enjoy winter