Top 10 places to visit in India for International Tourists in Winter

Top 10 places to visit in India for International Tourists in Winter

Uncategorized Jul 15, 2019
Top 10 places to visit in India for International Tourists in Winter

Every international tourist thinks that India is a hot country. The temperature there is very high. Yes, it is true but to its rescue comes the winter season. Visiting India during winter is the most eye-grabbing thing that might ever happen to you because India during that time surrounds itself with greenery where the white fog and tiny droplets bring out the real beauty of the country.

So, today I have come up with the top 10 places that must be given a visit during winter.

  1. Rajasthan

“Land of Kings”

Rajasthan is best in winters and cannot be missed. Rajasthan cherishes the real gems like pink, blue, and golden cities in its heart. The real pleasure of visiting Rajasthan is in winters.

Places to Visit: Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Ranthambore, Pushkar, Ajmer, Chittorgarh, Mandawa.

  1. Delhi

“The City of Cities”

There are a lot of things to do in Delhi. So you have to tick it in your list what you wish to do. Delhi is famous for its historical monuments, Mughal Gardens, Delhi University Campus, crowded shopping malls, food, and the list goes on.

Places to Visit: Hauz Khas village, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Red Fort, Lotus Temple, Chandni Chowk, Jantar Mantar, Connaught Place.

  1. Kerala

“God’s Own Country”

Kerala is famous for its temples, long palm tree beaches, pious inland water bodies, wildlife sanctuaries, mountain ranges, beautiful rivers, and beaches which gives immense pleasure and refreshes your mind, soul, and body.

Places to Visit: Munnar, Alleppey, Kochi, Trivandrum, Thekaddy, Wayanad, Poovar, Sabarimala, Kollam, Thalassery.

  1. Goa

“Tourist Paradise”

Goa is the smallest area is India area wise which is famous for beaches, delicious food, and Portuguese heritage. Goa has many beaches that attract millions of tourists. Goa has the best nightlife in the country and also the alcohol prices are cheaper.

Places to Visit: Dudhsagar Falls, Fort Aguada, Casino, Scuba Diving, Dona Paula, Arambol Beach, Vagator beach, Colva Beach.

  1. Chennai

“Gateway of SouthIndia”

Sip coconut water, walk along the longest beach of India and feel the pleasant breeze through your hair. Winter is the best time to visit Chennai and one of the greatest reasons is for enjoying the Madras Music Festival.

Places to Visit: Marina Beach, Breezy Beach, MGR Film City, Kolli Hills, Marundeeswarar Temple, Arignar Anna Zoological Park.

 

  1. Gujarat

“The Land of Legends”

Gujarat is famous for picturesque landscapes, historic murals, the long stretches of coastlines, historic capitals, ancient cave paintings, beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, hill resorts, holy temples, and eye-grabbing handicrafts.

Places to Visit: Ahmedabad, Kutch, Gir National Park, Gandhinagar, Bhuj, Surat, Patan, Diu, Bhavnagar, Vadodara, Dwarka.

 

  1. Maharashtra

“Gateway to the heart of India”

Maharashtra is surrounded with a picturesque backdrop of the mountains on one side while on the other side it is blessed with a beautiful Konkan coastal belt. It is famous for its rich history, traditional arts, and lifestyle.

Places to Visit: Mumbai, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar, Lonavala, Alibag, Rajmachi, Nashik, Khandala, Pune.

 

  1. Jammu and Kashmir

“Paradise on Earth”

Jammu and Kashmir are not only famous for its scenic splendor, plentiful wildlife, snow-capped mountains, hospitable people, exquisite monuments, and amazing local handicrafts but also for the adventure sports that will take you to a different world.

Places to Visit: Srinagar, Leh Ladakh, Vaishno Devi, Gulmarg, Amarnath, Jammu, Patnitop, Pahalgam, Sonamarg, Nubra Valley.

 

  1. Lucknow

“The City of Nawabs”

Lucknow is a city of kebabs and nawabs. It is famous for the architecture and history of literature and culture. Lucknow has that charm that cannot be resisted. And in winter the charm is a must watch.

Places to Visit: Hazratganj Market, Bara Imambara, Chowk, Lucknow Zoo, Rumi Darwaza, Constania, Dilkusha Kothi.

 

  1. Shillong

“Scotland of the East”

A beautiful city surrounded by pine trees. Shillong is famous for its friendly people and their culture. Shillong is the hub of musicians as many musicians have emerged from here and is known as the “music capital of India”.

Places to Visit: Mawlynnong, umiam Lake, Shillong Peak, Ward’s Lake, Elephant Falls, Sweet Falls, Nohsngithiang Falls.

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