Plan a Tour to India During Winter

The diversified land of India offers a wide array of pleasing tourist destinations for all seasons and for tourists with varying tastes. Most of the places offer their best attractions in winter season. Therefore, if you are planning to visit India in winter, you can have ample choices. Be it your honeymoon or a family holiday or just a routine vacation with friends, India will surely leave you mesmerized. From all the history buffs to nature lovers, wildlife lovers, adventure enthusiasts, honeymoon couples and even the religious minded people, everyone can satisfy his/her desires. A snowy Christmas in India is as exciting as a Goa carnival, a camel safari in Rajasthan, any adventure sport in the Himalayan ranges or even a sunbath alongside the exotic Goan or Kerala beaches.A few popular winter destinations in India are:

Kashmir – the home of numerous hill stations (like Srinagar, Gulmarg, Sonamarg, Pahlgam etc.) with some of the most splendid lakes and snow clad peaks; perfect for sightseeing, adventure and relaxation.
Auli (9,500-10,500 ft above sea level in Uttarakhand) – pine scented mountain slopes; ideal for skiing and sightseeing trips.
Shimla (the queen of hills, in Himachal Pradesh) – perfect for adventurous and religious tours.
Mcleodganj (close to Dharamshala, in Himachal Pradesh) – the abode of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama; popular for Buddhist meditation centres, health clubs and monasteries.
Halflong (Assam) – wonderful sightseeing place with orange orchards, pineapple gardens and the wildlife species, blue hills, green rivers and cascading waterfalls.
Mount Abu (the only hill station in Rajasthan) – offers various adventure sports and Dilwara Jain temples.
Lake Chilka (Odissa) – paradise for bird lovers.
Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand) – home to around 50 species of mammals, 580 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles.
Backwaters of Kerala – 900 km long intricate network of waterways with tropical climate; houseboats are a unique attraction.
Goa – the queen of beaches; popular for carnival, trance parties, and countless festivities.
The northern belt of India, comprising of states like Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal etc., is the most frequented part in winters. The true beauty of this region is highlighted at its best in the months of October to March.