Winter is a great time to visit in India. India offers incredible choices to visit on holidays with family and friends. So why not grab the nearest opportunity to make this winter memorable in India? 7 Magical Winter Holiday Destinations You Cannot Miss Out In India.

7 Magical Winter Holiday Destinations

For travel in India, the months between October to March are the very best times. At this time the tropical storm passes & the temperature reaches the appropriate level. Because of this, most travelers find the climate more comfortable during these months.

1. Gulmarg

Gulmarg is a beautiful location in Kashmir is one of the most famous hill stations to visit in India in winters. This popular place of Kashmir is well known for delivering out the best skiing experience to the tourists. This is a major attraction for those who love natural beauty surrounded by snow-covered hills and want to enjoy the snowfall. The Gondola lift, the Sking area, and the golf course are an added bonus for that. Nature lovers should visit Khilanmarg, Nagin valley, and Alfatar Lake. As Gulmarg is the best skiing place, don’t forget to show your skiing skill here as you ski through Aparwath peak. This is a perfect place for a family vacation and an unforgettable experience for all.

2. Auli

Are you searching for some amazing places to see snow in India, then Auli is sure to get in your traveling list. Auli is a beautiful hill town and a skiing resort as well. This snow-covered hill station provides you with a beautiful view of Mana Parwat, Dunagiri, Nanda Devi and NarParbat. As you board the Auli ropeway you have a magnificent view of the Himalayan range and the beautiful forest of Oak and Deodar trees. Gurso Bugyal, Vishnu Prayag, Joshimath, Chattarakund and the artificial lake of Auli are pleasant tourist places of Auli. The Auli Skiing Festival and Mata Murti Ka Mela are the added festivities of this beautiful hilly place.

3. Pelling

Pelling is a small hilly town in the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim, which is at the foothills of Mount Khangchendzonga. It is one of the second biggest tourist destinations in Sikkim after Gangtok. In the months of winter, Pelling is sometimes covered with a blanket of snow. The main charm of this place is the breath-taking sight of the Khangchendzonga, the world's third highest mountain. Pelling is very rich in heritage and culture and there are lots of hotels, resorts, and restaurants that cater to the need of all kinds of travelers. The Singshore Bridge, Sangay Falls, Rimbi Falls, Khecheopalri Lake, and the Kanchenjunga Falls are the most effective vacationer points of interest. The Sangacholing Monastery, Pemayangtse Monastery, Ralong Monastery, Rabdentse Palace and the Buddha Park are for those who search solace amidst the hills.


Visakhapatnam is a coastal, port city, often called "The Jewel of the East Coast", situated in Andhra Pradesh and nestled among the hills of the Eastern Ghats. It is also an industrial center. It is usually called the ultimate tourism destination in Andhra Pradesh. From Lakes to cool Beaches, beautiful Hill Ranges to Caves and Valleys, all are in Visakhapatnam. The district has many tourist locations that represent the Culture and Heritage of India.

Some of the important tourist spots are Sri Venkateswara Temple, Simachalam Temple, Naval Museum, Dolphin’s nose lighthouse, Kailasagiri hill park  along with the significant attractions of the beaches, like Kondakarla Ava Beach, Rushikonda Beach, Yadara Beach, Rama Krishna Beach with the must-visit Araku Valley where there are the exquisite Borra Caves to be explored.

5. Kutch

Kutch district is a district of Gujarat state in western India. Kutch is famous for its Great Rann of Kutch, a huge white salt desert that lies within the boundaries of the Thar Desert. The white desert has been seen by fewer people. It is entirely unlike many other common landscapes. As much as Rann of Kutch known for its salt desert, just as much also is known for its artistic handicrafts. The community here is beautiful incorporation of culturally rich and vibrant traditions. As the area is covered in water until October we suggest you that when it starts to dry out and the amazing expanse of salt is revealed then you should make a plan to visit this place. April and in ahead months, the Rann of Kutch desert becomes very hot. If possible, you should visit during the beginning of November where the remarkable Rann Utsav festival starts from November and ends in February. The tourist season runs until March. The Kutch Mahotsav brings the place more into prominence. Great Rann of Kutch, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary, Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Mandvi Beach are the exquisite natural location of serenity.

6. Agra

If you are a history lover or interested in architecture, then you will like to visit Agra and love all its splendor and glory. Agra is a city in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh state. Agra is a major tourist destination because of its many Mughal-era buildings, most notably the Tāj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpūr Sikrī.

The magical allure of the Taj Mahal draws tourists to Agra. Taj Mahal is also known as a symbol of Love. People love to visit this place. Every year numerous tourist visit and enjoyed this stunning building. Taj Mahal is rightly one of the seven wonders as apart from its beautiful architecture, it has geometric, detailed designs. But the Taj is not only alone attraction. Agra Red Fort, Akbar’s Tomb, Jahangir Palace, Fatehpur Sikri, an old Mughal capital consisting of the Buland Darwaza, is a must visit. Also, we suggest to visit the Mehtab Bagh Gardens either as they will be will be lush, green and full of exotic flowers. October to March is a good time to visit Agra because of its pleasant weather. Apart from its monuments, the city also has some exciting stuff for foodies - including the famous Agra Ka Petha and amazing chaat and Lassi. 

7. Lakshadweep

Lakshadweep is one of India's smallest union territory and a group of beautiful islands, This union territory of India is located in the Arabian Sea.  Everyone, Indian or otherwise, requires a special permit to visit Lakshadweep. Government-sponsored tour packages are also available.

Lakshadweep is one of the most beautiful destinations that you could visit during your holidays. Peak season is December to May when it is cooler and drier. The beautiful marine life, the villages, the tourist resorts, and the mosques are great attractions for the tourists. Lakshadweep is nothing short of an adventure island.  Here you will find India’s most beautiful and enchanting group of islands. All islands are not inhabited, only some islands are open to can visit tourist places like Minicoy Island, Agatti Island, Bangaram Islands, and the Kavaratti. Water sports and Scuba divings are the adventurous edges you will get within the pristine beaches and attractive lagoons. 

So now make your touring program & enjoy any of these beautiful & Magical Winter Holiday Destinations with your close and loved ones & spend a memorable holiday.

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