5 Cool winter destinations in India

Since the much awaited winters have been here already, there’s one month left to go with and one thing is quite evident that you’ve been shaking with the cool winds that sends shivers up the spine. Cold winds are sweeping across the northern states of the country and you definitely need not miss the pleasant climate of these classic destinations in India that will urge you to say ‘Thank God’ that you chose to travel.

Buckle up, wear your traveling tracks, pack your bags and hit the roads that lead straight to beautiful places this winter season. Here are 5 coolest winter destinations in India you must travel this season:-

Goa


Everybody loves to visit snowcapped mountains and trek along the terrains of hills but the usually warm place like Goa cools down allowing the visitors ideal conditions to explore without getting agitated. There is plethora of beach shacks and swanky fine-dining restraints with flea markets which makes up to almost everything a vacationer dreams of. The unique charm of this place goes doesn’t go faded which sees a major number of tourists in a year, anticipated much by hippies, backpackers and honeymoon couples. Goa is simply a paradise for thrill seekers where there is abundant in old cathedrals, one can find brief history on colonial past and the beaches are not missed by any. In winter the sea is still lukewarm in the days and the sun’s harshness disappears with the onset of December. No better time to head here!

Manali


The snow capped mountain, snowfall and a dreamy hill station suffices Paradise for every enthusiastic traveler. The town adjoins with Kullu while Solang has a distinctive kaleidoscope of the snow-covered Dhauladhar peaks, gorges and rivers and even apple orchards. While adventure enthusiasts can get their thrills hurtling down snow-covered hillsides, enthusiastic epicures can enjoy scrumptious local delicacies at the city’s numerous street stalls.

Shimla


This beautiful hill station with its picturesque beauty is simply enticing blanketed by snow-covered pine and deodar trees. This place has been quite commercial lately since those looking for an action-packed vacation have their pick of paragliding, ice skating and trekking—a number of adventure tour operators in the main town area cater to thrill-seekers. For those who want nothing more than a bit of rejuvenation can opt to check into one of the town’s luxury resorts for a spot of peace and quiet. 

Jaisalmer


This is the place people least think of visiting during winters, but trust us, nothing is as perfect as waking to the wintery charm Jaisalmer imbibes. It is relatively remote but is one the popular and most-frequented destinations by travelers. The impressive forts and preservative historical sites reflect the rich history the place cultivates. Exploration is the key to unlocking beauty residing in this destination. Those heading out to the sand dunes can do so on camelback for safaris that usually culminate with a local musical performance and dinner under the stars. There’s plenty to shop too—local artefacts and traditional apparel are the most popular buys for visitors. If you plan now, then you’ll make it just in time for the vibrant Desert Festival—no better time to see this exceptional city.

Kerala


Kerala truly defines the quote ‘God’s own country’ since you won’t realize how purely beautiful this state is until you pay a visit. The network of serene backwaters and the hilly side of this place such as Idduki and Munnar are sights not to be missed if you visit the place. The tea gardens and the gauging backwaters, the dams are the treat to the eyes that carries rich culture and heritage. 

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