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5 best winter holiday destinations in India

Winter is coming. It is a great time to go out on that perfect vacation with your family. With the kids having their Christmas vacations and it being easy for professionals to get leaves during the Christmas week, a vacation is a great way to end your year. There are several destinations in India that offer their best for travelers during this time. We list 5 such places in India that serve as the perfect winter vacation for you and your family.

Known as the queen of hills, Shimla is nestled at the foothills of the Himalayas. It reaches its beautiful prime during winters with its pleasant weather, snow-clad mountains, deep valleys and pine-deodar forests. The hot teas served in the cold weather are an absolute treat.
Kerala backwaters

If you are looking for a peaceful vacation without any metropolitan hustle-bustle, then Dharamsala is the place for a perfect winter vacation. The cafes at Mcleodganj provide delicious meals and great views of the mountains. A visit to the Dalai Lama’s abode and Norbulingka will also be a lovely experience.

Kashmir is a great winter destination and Gulmarg is one of the premier hill resorts in India. Breath-taking views are provided by snow-clad mountains. Hiking and cable car riding are fun activities to here. Skiing and snowboarding are also available for adventure enthusiasts.”

Virupaksha Temple
Kerala shows its true splendour after monsoon departs. Whether it is the Kovalam beach, theAlapuzza backwaters or Munnar tea plantations, winter is a great time to witness God’s own country at its best.

Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is the hub of temples most of which have been inscribed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The weather is great for you to visit the Nilgiri mountains, the Chola temples or the Mahabalipuram beach depending upon your inclination and interests. Ooty, the queen of hills in South India, is a famous winter destination in this part of the country.

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