The most happening places of Winters is waiting for you! As the mild fog has started to set in the wee hours and the late evenings, the mild chill in the weather is a pretty obvious sign that the winters are here!! Winters, the season of cozy blankets and everything warm and happy.
Winters, which personally is a favorite season has also gradually become the better season to travel around the country, because c’mon, no sweaty rides, comfortable snuggling in the hotels and you can always choose your level of comfort with the weather, ranging from the snowy Himachal’s to the coffee plantations of South India!!
Winters are here fellow travelers and with it comes the list of the various places which are way better in the winters and are a must visit this year. Rejoice.
Winters in Jaisalmer sets in late October and lasts until February. The temperature here remains pleasurable during this time of the year, making it favorable for all kinds of people. While it’s known for its rather hot and humid climate through most parts of the year, winters are relatively cool and pleasant enough to spend over the desert and not get sunburned.
December – January are the ideals months you should visit Jaisalmer when the nights are much cooler and days have a winter chill in the air. Along with the exciting desert safari in Jaisalmer, camel rides across the sand dunes and star gazing while camping in the dessert are some of the things you can enjoy here. Make your loved one feel special by gifting her a stay at Royal Haveli.
Pushkar is a town in the Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The story goes that when Sati died, Shiva cried so much and for so long, that his tears created two holy ponds -one at Pushkar in Ajmer in India and the other at Ketaksha, which literally means raining eyes, in Sanskrit. It is often called “Tirth Raj” – the king of pilgrimage sites – and has in recent years become a popular destination for foreign tourists.
Pushkar is one of the oldest existing cities in India. It lies on the Shore of Pushkar Lake. The date of its actual origin is not known, but legend associates Brahma with its creation. Other than being called the “Tirth Raj” it has gradually been attracting a lot of tourists to take part in its vividly colorful and amusing Camel fair, better known as the Pushkar Mela.
This is a yearly event, where you see the selling and purchasing of decorated camels, witness the Rajasthani culture soaked in beliefs and also see huge hot air balloons filling up the sky in the evenings!! What’s not to love?
Red shiny apples overtopped with snow in Shimla, trekking routes covered in snow in Kasol, and midnight snowfall in Manali, You name it and Himachal has it!! How many of us have grown up dreaming of those Hollywood movie scenes where you run out and make snowballs to run back inside the rooms with blasting heaters and warm soup? Well here’s the chance to live it all!!!
From super fun winter sports destination to witnessing the magical snowfall, Give Himachal a chance and it will fulfill all your childhood dreams!! Plan for Shimla this winter season and stay With Tripnstay.
Snowfall in Shimla and winter sports in Auli
Ropeway in Auli
The winter season in Pondicherry starts from October and February. It is during this time when the climate is comparatively cooler and also perfect for sightseeing, beach fun, and water sports. Light woolens should be sufficient as during winters, the temperature usually doesn’t go below 17 degree Celsius here.
Pondicherry is the winter destination for everyone who doesn’t like the heavy feel of sweaters and would rather have a bonfire on the beach than inside closed rooms.
As a matter of fact, the south Indian part has been known to maintain a pleasant level of Chill around winters, making it perfect for people to witness the amazing beauty around the states with calmer hill stations like Coorg, Ooty and pleasant foothill destinations like Chikmagalur.
Soul refreshing landscapes of Pondicherry beaches
Surprisingly urban, though still connected to its roots, Mokokchung is an important town and one of the prime tourist places of Nagaland. Like many other cities and towns of this Northeast India region, Mokokchung is inhabited by tribal people and Christianity is the main religion here.
The town is a good holiday place for nature lovers and most importantly for the admirers of rich cultural traditions. Grand festive celebrations of the town draw tourists in huge numbers. Counted among the top 3 urban areas of Nagaland, the town is also considered the cultural and intellectual capital of the state.
At a height of about 1,325 m. above sea level, the town experiences mild and pleasant summers and moderate to extreme cold, while the monsoons bring heavy downpour. Dominated by Ao Nagas, the town can be best explored during festive celebrations like Moatsu, New Year and Christmas.
Mokokchung District is home to 6 mountain ranges, various pristine valleys, gushing streams and scenic splendor all over. Foreign visitors must obtain a Restricted Area Permit to visit the region.
If Sydney is the New Year’s Eve Capital of the world, Mokokchung is the New Year’s Eve Capital of Nagaland.
Goa is more of a party destination for the winters rather than being an actual winter destination. I mean, right from social media to television, to our friends and a lot of our other favorite sources have made sure that each and every year we virtually experience the fun and the amazing time that Goa offers during the end of the year!!
The beaches are crowded, the shacks overflowing with party people, the Sunburn music festival, the night sky on top of the beach and the mutual feeling of enjoyment and fun on everybody’s faces very easily just sums up why Goa is ‘The’ place you should be going to this New Years!!!
This is one of the most happening places in India.
And we won’t judge you if you plan to extend your stay far past New Year’s till the months of February because honestly, no one has been able to run from the charm of Goa. Go give it a shot.