Best places to visit in winter in India!
The winters in India are known as “GulabiThandi” meaning winters are as soothing as the rose petals to the skin. The soft singing sun, looks like singing lullabies in the sky and from the time November to February you would just like to eat peanuts, take a buttery blankets and dream about the most Pinteresque destinations in India. India tour packages has plenty of unique experience to offer as the country experience diverse seasons and boasts heritage different from each corner of the nation.
In the northern parts of India there shall be snowfall and cold waves but not so harsh. There would be a moment to catch and pull your gumboots and travel to these locations. In north, the regions of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh would be snowy and these areas are the coldest regions of India. And in the other regions like Goa, Kerala, and many others the winter is a pleasant one, you can be happy with just a cardigan or an upbeat poncho to give you the pahadi peeps look.
In winters one beautiful experience is that along with humans travelling, the birds also flock together and there is an eminent migration and the birds of the same feather will be actually seen bonding together. So, come have a chat with us at Flamingo Transworld, or check out our website https://www.flamingotravels.co.in/ to find range of packages for your much awaited India holiday tour packages.
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Auli is just a version of flower valley in Amsterdam a place in Europe. The name means meadow and is located at an elevation of 9000sq ft above the sea level. And now you can take your imagination in the sky foreseeing how this meadow would be in winters with snow, the climate and flower species, high altitude plants and a small population. It is well-known for its hikes and ski and the panoramic views of Himalaya. If you want to go on an adventure spree grab your hike and sky tools and get charmed in. But for someone who is looking to relax can book the most beautiful resort, sip in the kawa tea and will not stop gazing at the Himalayan wonder “Auli”. There are other small tits bits too in the place which makes the prince and the princess jokingly our travellers get wooed by the place. Making it a place to visit once, the nurturing nature is connected with Dehradun airport. Auli is just 270 kms from Dehradun’s airport. You can also club exploring Auli with places nearby the well-known places like Joshimath, Badrinath and Vishnu prayag.
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Nainital is a place with a ravishing lake and hills as its definition. It is as beautiful as aportrait and travellers going to Nainital feel even a week is not enough to spend at this refreshing place. To its prestige a lot of celebrities famously the legendry Amitabh Bacchan and many others have studied from Sherwood University of Nainital. The resorts Manu Maharani and the Naini Retreats are made in such way that the couples and the family can easily explore the city that there is no dull moment on the tour. Nainital is a place which has amedium size of population. One must explore Nainital zoo, the cheena peek offering spellbinding view of the Himalayas and bird’s eye view of Nainital, boating, shopping, tiffin point, snow view point, trekking at kilbury trek and so on.
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Binsar is a part which is incomparable and it is about 33 kms north of almora town in Uttarakhand. It is a place for winter lovers who love to be with the wild life and enjoy the natural environment. For those who want to hire a villa for 2 to 3 months and comfortably be away from the city hustle bustle, then Binsar is the place for you. It hasamuseum which hosts the flora and fauna of the region. The wild life sanctuary include leopard, musk deer, jungle cats, wide boars, red giant squirrel, black bear and in birds the forktail, nuthatches, blackbirds, parakeets, magpies, laughingthrush, eagles, woodpeckers. And when in Binsar the best place to stay in is a Binsar forest retreat and eco-friendly homestay surrounded by the Binsar forest.
4. Manali in Himachal Pradesh:
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Nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the Kullu valley, Manali is your dream come true. Winter is a good time for you to cuddle up in the beauty of this region and never fall out of love from the road trip on the sleek roads of Manali. It is 12 hours from the national capital Delhi, and the dhabba’s, the streets, and the Beas River are some of pictures which will never leave the gallery of your mind. The smell of the rajma rice, the tandoori rotis cooked infront of you on the kadai are a treat for you and your beloved to relish with. Manali in the winter month touches to -7 temperature. Rotang, the snow peaks remain closed for some of the time when there is a drop in temperatures. And otherwise the Rotang is an eye-opener. A mountain filled with snow, with slurping Maggi served, vehicles for stunts, slides and so many other snow sports makes Manali the big winner in the bucket list of places to visit in winter.
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A 4-day trip to Shimla can be the perfect break from the city life. Rejuvenating and refreshing Shimla offers romantic Bollywood vibes along with a vibrant shopping market. You can run away from the burning winters in the city to this place where air pollution is just not there and inhale the smells of plants, trees and the sand. The temperature of Shimla in winters is just perfect for a stroll outdoors and enjoyment indoor. It varies between 5 to 10 degrees making it perfect for family friends and groups to travel together and enjoy the property, the markets and the togetherness.
6. Jammu and Kashmir:
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Winters in the Kashmir valley starts from October and lasts till February. The two most beautiful junctions in the J&Kare Gulmarg and Sonmarg. The Gulmarg is happening and breath-takingthroughout the year round, but when winter takes over it’s entirely on a different level. The snow cladded peaks and the shimmer on the pine tree just looks as if SantaClause has thrown its snow on all this pines. Ice glazed landscapes in winter give you the right fun to indulge in the smorgasbord of snowy activities like skiing, snowboarding and trekking. There is a cable car view in the winter which takes you in a world you have just seen in the Bollywood movies. Roza is a Bollywood movie which has been shot in the J&K and the place looks as amazing in real as in movies. After you have seen the Gulmarg, there is another winter wa wa land Sonmarg which is captivated in snow from November until April. Packed with snow dens, frozen glaciers and snow embroidered lakes this serves as a perfect place to enjoy snow activities like skiing, snowboarding and sledge rides.
7. Great Rann of Kutch:
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“Rann” means desert, and the word rann of Kutch means a salt marsh in the Thar Desert in the district Kutch. The rann of Kutch is coined as one of the largest salt deserts in the world. This area was a vast shallow of the Arabian Sea until a geological uplift closed of the connection with a sea, creating a vast lake and was still navigable during the time of alexander the great. This is one of the hottest regions in the world, but winter temperatures reduce dramatically and can go below 0 degrees. In winters rann of Kutch goes completely fusioned an mix of cultural activities and events happening at the international levels. The sand of the deserts turn white in colour and the winter moon looks so daring and firm that all the passengers will just not want the night to be over. The place is adjourned by tents and the winters make this tent just as ancient times, when people used to stay in villages and in the nights got into kuccha houses and enjoy the weather. In winters events are also organized at night which is an unexplained strange dancing light phenomenon known locally as chir batti. And apart from the stays in the tents, enjoying their kutcha dances you can also shop from the cottage industries of this place making winters a right time to visit the rann.
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If you are that passenger who just want to loosen your hair, keep wandering on your bikes all day, dance through the night and eat the heaviest food at Sachin Tendulkar favourite restaurant “martins’ corner” Goa is the right place to be, especially in winters. The air in Goa just becomes as similar to the air of Singapore less humid and free. The winters offers pleasant weather in Goa and draws in tourists and festivities. It is ideal to plan a perfect family holidays and even if you are with your friends the winter weather will not bore you for a moment. The temperatures go down till 15 in winter and the honeymooners and the gamey love birds can secretly build their nests during the balmy springs
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Kerala’s beauty has been written in many books and the authors have just not stopped praising Kerala. But Kerala in winters is abreath-taking experience making all the passenger wanting to visit the destination again and again. One can choose to live on a houseboat, and explore the traditional side of Kerala tours. Go on scenic tracks, visit mist laden green meadows, go fishing with fishing nets and let your vacation be as powerful as the December weather. Enjoy being in Kochiwhich is one of the best places in Kerala where there are an ample number of carnivals that take place.
The other attraction in December is to stay in a houseboat in the middle of Alleppey backwaters and enjoy the traditional food wrapped in the banana leaves and see the lavish paddy areas one of the delicacy grain grown here. Do not forget to spend some days on the chilly winter days in the misty valleys of Munnar a place with tea plantations, tea museums. A new unveiled destination Kumarakom is a jungle like place with natural lakes, mangrove forests, coconut pal lining and shimmering backwaters. Apart from them, there are many more to visit from the travel bucket list namely the thekkedy “home to bison”, varkala kovalam, thiruvanthapuram, Kozhikode “where vasco da gama first set his foot”, Thrissur, bandipur one of the best viewing places for elephants and wildlife and last but not the least Kannur known for its ancient temples, weaving industries and british dutsch style architecture. Thus, make winters the right time to visit kerela and take its memories captured in your cameras.
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Rajastan symbolises the culture and heritage of yester year’s kings and their cultures. All the places are mostly less contemporary and more traditional sharing the tales of those kingdoms once which were called havelis, darbars and palatial places. Ranthambore national park is a must visit in times of winters. It is a home of endangered tigers, wild cats, Indianfoxes, sloth bears, leopards and more. Enjoy wild life but the weather will give you such ease to be in jungle for alengthy long time. The must visit places in Rajasthan also include blue city of jodhpur, the golden city of Jaisalmer, the pink city of Jaipur, the city of lakes Udaipur, the holy city Ajmer and the city of boaris bundi.
11. Shillong, Meghalaya:
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Shillong is known for its dawki river which is packed with ancient megaliths, beautiful waterfalls, lakes, dense forests and ancient culture and heritage. It’sa blossom winter at shillong and the city sights lailtlum canyons, shillong peak, don Boscomuseum, maim lake and elephant falls are the city sights you can enjoy and build your memories with.
India is a country loaded with beauty is each corner. Explore magical destinations of India this winter and make the most of your holiday package with Flamingo Transworld.