Top 10 places to visit this winter!

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Summers are gone and we thoroughly enjoyed rain this year. Some places even saw some devastating effect of heavy rainfall but that didn’t stop them from still being counted under the top 10 best places to visit during the winters.

Everybody enjoys a good holiday, winters are especially better to travel because it opens the door for you to go to some wonderful places without worrying about the scorching heat. We always look for a retreat when we go on a vacation. A place which will let us forget about our work and stress. Some place which will welcome us wholeheartedly and let us be at peace. That’s why we have made a list of top 10 places which you must visit this winter. Let’s begin.

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1. Kerala

Kerala is without a doubt God’s own country. As the rain departs, it gives new hope to the people of this lovely state. The endurance they showed during the time of disparity is another solid reason why should indeed visit Kerala during winters. The charming backwater and the Western Ghats makes it one of the most desired places to see.
Not just this, you can go and relax at Kovalam and Varkala beaches, have a sip of freshly served coconut water at the Alleppey backwaters, roam around the enchanting Thekkady and Kunily spice gardens, and also go for a sightseeing at Munnar tea plantations. Kerala is all set to let people come and enjoy.
It is also one of the prime destinations for the newlyweds and lovers.

2. Chennai

Chennai the capital of Tamil Nadu is yet another show-stopper city to visit in South India. Resist from going there during summers and rain because it can get quite humid and will make you sweat a lot. However, winters become just the perfect time to explore Chennai. Go and explore the Victorian architecture all over and don’t miss to visit the famous Marina beach. Take your kids along to Guindy National Park and also St. Thomas Mount. You can hire an Uber and avail Uber coupons for existing customer offer available at Couponscurry to book your ride. If you have Chennai in your mind then just go for it.

3. Jaipur

If we are talking about the best places to visit during winters, then Rajasthan has to be on your list. A flock of Indian and foreign tourists emerges during winters to have a blast here. No one can get enough of the royal tradition, the beautiful colors and its culture. If Rajasthan is on your list, then first head towards Jaipur.
Jaipur the pink city is known for its rich heritage. It becomes extremely hot during the summer, however, winters become just the perfect time to visit it. The weather becomes pleasurable and is perfect for sightseeing. Go to Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, take a look at the wonderful city palace and do pay a visit to Jantar Mantar. You also shouldn’t miss the light and sound show.

4. Jaisalmer

While you are in Rajasthan, you wonder where else can you go other than Jaipur, well go to the charm of the desert, Jaisalmer. Winter is simply the right time to visit it. Take a tour at the Thar Desert and head towards the Jaisalmer Fort. Enjoy the beauty. And make it a point to see the Desert Festival.

5. Hampi

Let’s go back to South again. Karnataka is known to provide an aura of the ancient and medieval India. The forest, beaches, temples, and the hill range is just a few to name. This winter, go to Karnataka and visit Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get a feel of an old era with the marvelous archaeological marvels. Winter is the perfect time to come here and explore. Enjoy the puppet show, the dance, music, sports, and more. Take a deep breath and look at the astounding beauty all over you.

6. Gujrat

Gujrat popular for temples, archaeological sites, baolis, and more will give you a top of the world experience. Go to the Great Rann of Kutch, sit back, relax enjoy the Rann Utsav at the white desert, and go for a sightseeing at the Gir forest.

7. Gangtok

When you can think of nothing else but the lush green trees in a hilly area, where you are enjoying your winters, then Gangtok is the place for you. During winter you will be able to see mountains covered in thick snow. You will also experience snowfall. Gangtok is the place which you can visit whenever you want. No matter what season it is. Go to Rumtek Monastery, feel the peaceful prayer, meditate and relax. Nathu La and Hanuman Tok are another sights to visit.

8. Shimla

Another place which remains incredible no matter what weather it is is none other than Shimla! This city gets covered in snow during winters making it even more mesmerizing. And if you love snow, then do visit Shimla this winter.

9. Goa

Well, well, did you think that we would miss to include Goa in our list? No, not at all! You have to go to the party paradise city and enjoy the loud music, crazy crowd, beach parties, and taste the delicious dishes. Goa is the heart of party lovers. Winters especially become just the right time to visit because that’s when the party begins. Have fun and enjoy the Christmas and New Year Parties everywhere. Goa is always lively but if you are planning to visit Goa then go during the winters.

10. Kashmir

The Paradise on Earth, Kashmir attracts visitors throughout the year. The shimmering dal lake and a ride on the Shikara, beautiful Mughal gardens, and the beautiful glittering city is always full of surprises. Many people visit Kashmir during summers, but in winters the mixture of lush green trees and mountains covered in glowing white snow makes it one in a lifetime experience.

Build a snowman and sing along “Do you want to build a snowman”, go for skiing at Gulmarg and also include Cable car ride in your itinerary. Newlywed couples, make a plan and do visit Kashmir this winter. You will love it.
So, here are our top 10 places to visit during the winters. Don’t waste your winter breaks, select one of the places and just fly away.

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