Winter season india me suru ho gaye hai. India me winter season ke alag alag mayene hai. Kai log shadio me busy ho jate hai to kai shadi ke bad honeymoon Destination ki talash me rahte hai. Wahi bat kre pariwar ki to aise me bachche bhi kisi achchi jagah jakr snow fights khelna chahte hai. To chaliye aapke khoj ko aur bhi asaan bnane ke liye ham aapko suggest krte hai ye 5 jagah jaha aap families ke sath visit kar sakte hai.
Winter wonderland, Auli is also ski-lovers’ paradise. Perched high up in the hills of Uttarakhand, this hill station is the best ski resort town in the country, graded top notch by international agencies. Even though Auli is an all-year round skiing destination due to the artificially harvested and powdered snow that they maintain on its slopes, the months from December to February bring out the natural charm and the best snow routes of the town. You can visit the nearby Gurson Bugyal meadow, go for cable car rides, soak your eyes in the gorgeous views of Mana Parvat or just grab your gear and go skiing! January is the month of National Championship of Skiing here.
Manali is a summer as well as winter destination, depending on what activities you want to pursue and what type of sceneries you want to see. Winter is still considered better than summer by some tourists, because of the adventure activities like zorbing, skiing, tobogganing, paragliding and more enjoyed in crisp white snow. Mountain treks are also more picturesque during winter season as the slopes are nicely powdered with snow and the peaks of mountains ice-capped. Do visit the Chandertal lake, Hampta Pass and the sulphur baths at Manikaran.
Nainital is the hill station of lakes, another feather in Uttarakhand’s hat. During winters, the cold of Himalayas envelops Nainital and the lakes are plunged into ice cold chill. But the good part about this place is that it does not see too much of that chill. So even on the coldest day you are easily able to venture out, walk in the snow, do all the usual activities without fear of freezing or catching frostbite. The lakes are not fit for boating, so most tourists prefer chilling at the cafes, shopping down the Mall Road, visiting the Snow Viewpoint and enjoying their resorts.
Meghalaya’s hilly little capital, Shillong is an almost year-round destination. Although great in summer, it just blooms with waterfalls and lakes and megaliths and mists during winter months. People come here for the cool weather, clouds in the mountains, the many root-bridge forests, clean villages, tribes and other adventure activities like trekking and angling. The caves and canyons are also best explored during winter because the physical exertion is not as bad in cold as when it is in heat.
5.Rann Of Kutch
The Rann of Kutch stretches over 7000 sq. miles into the Thar’s white and shiny desert wilderness. However, these are not your usual sand deserts but almost mystical white salt deserts. They glint like silver. Especially under the full moon night. During the winter months from November to February, the state of Gujarat celebrates the ‘Rann Mahotsav’ here, where visitors come from every corner of the world. There is cattle trading, local folk performances, camping under the stars in the plains, handicraft workshops, desert safaris, desert biking, dances and loads of traditional Gujarati, Kathiyawadi, Saurashtra and Kutchhi food. You can book one of the many luxury tents at the seams of Dhordo Village and travel to the festival from there with ease.