The top destinations for Holidaying during Winters 'India'


Patnitop, Kashmir

Thinking of mountains think Kashmir, Patnitop is a very popular hill station in Jammu famous for its parks, views and nature walks. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains of the Pir Panjal range. It is a must-visit site to explore if you are planning a holiday this winter.

Auli, Uttarakhand

If you are an adventure lover Auli is the best spot for you to make the visit, a famous hill station in the state of Uttarakhand where nature meets adventure and is the top place to visit in winter. Best known for its snowfall and Skiing.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

A gem in the west of India Jaisalmer, also known as the Golden city of Rajasthan, for its look in the afternoon. Lies in the heart of the Thar Desert. One of the most visited sites during Winter because of the weather which makes it ideal for exploring, the mighty Thar.


Manali can never miss on the list if it is ever made, the beauty intensifies when snow embraces the valley during peak winter seasons. One can also go to Kullu nearby Manali and can stop anywhere along the way for a snowball fight, or even to build a snowman.


Cut to the south the historic city of Puducherry is a must-visit if you are in search of peace. The place is the rarest combination of history, spirituality, and of course nature. It is one of the most visited places in the south of India.


Goa is a beautiful place blessed with some beautiful beaches and greenery. Many tourists have been to Goa, after all, it’s the Party capital of India. December adds an all-new look to Goa due to its soothing weather and of course the Sunburn festival.


The best of Ladakh comes on display during the peak winters. A dream site for every trip lover another reason to visit Ladakh in the winter is because of its cultural fiesta that comes on display during the year-end.


The name ‘Lakshadweep’ literally means one lakh islands. The islands offer a precious heritage of ecology and culture. Lakshadweep is a perfect place to relax and is blessed with natural greenery, sun-kissed sandy beaches, and amazing flora and fauna.

Munnar, Kerala

Nothing like Munnar in the south, known as the Kashmir of South India. The beauty of Western Ghat embraces every tourist with the peace it offers. Tea gardens and the best hospitality of the Keralites will make you leave the place.