With towering mountains, deodar trees, winding roads, and heavy snowfall; we are talking of India’s beloved winter destination, Manali! Situated in Himachal Pradesh, this hill station is a paradise for snow lovers, honeymooners, and adventure lovers.
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 a white-blanketed landscape make it a skiing arena in winter.
Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
Want to camp under the stars on the world's largest salt sand desert in sub-zero temperatures? Then, head to the Rann of Kutch during the winter months. Famous for the Rann Utsav—a two-month-long cultural festival – this place looks like something straight out of a dream.
There’s no better way to enjoy the winter’s solitude than being surrounded by the mighty peaks of Nanda Devi, Trishul, and Pachachuli. Binsar offers just that! This quaint hill town is known for its lush greenery, thick forests of the Binsar wildlife sanctuary, and bird’s eye view of the mountain peaks from Zero Point.
The arrival of winter heralds the start of the party season all over the world. And what better place to kick-start your New Year's celebrations than the party capital of India—Goa? A pleasant climate, serene beaches, a variety of water sports, throbbing nightclubs, and parties that continue till dawn make this destination a perfect getaway during the winters.
This capital city of Meghalaya is a picturesque hill station that is in full bloom during the winter. Packed with ancient megaliths, beautiful waterfalls, lakes, dense forests, and ancient culture and heritage, it is a fascinating place to visit in winter.
Rightfully called the ‘Venice of the East’, Udaipur has the kind of charm that lures hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world, throughout the year. The magnificent Lake Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Jag Mandir, Lake Pichola, and many other marvels from the medieval era are the reason behind it.