Winters are here and it’s time to make the most of them. While some people like to spend their holidays and free week cuddling up in blankets, there are others who like to discover new places and take advantage of the fresh weather. From enchanted Madhya Pradesh to tranquil Kerala, there are plenty of locations to visit in India. And if you’re also looking for a destination to visit, we’re here with some help.
Orcha, Madhya Pradesh
This lovely historic city in Madhya Pradesh is situated on the banks of the Betwa River. It is the site of beautiful palaces and finely carved temples. The Bundela Rajput Chief established it in 1501 and it is also referred to as the City of Palaces. It later served as the capital of the Bundelas. The Ram Raja Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple and the Jahangir Mahal are some of the well-known landmarks that visitors to this area should not miss.
With expanses of white salt desert, Kutch sometimes looks unreal. The Rann Utsav, which takes place here from December to February, involves setting up camps in the desert and organizing a variety of events to entertain tourists.
Munnar is a treasure of a location in South India and a must see for nature lovers. A trip to Kerala would not be complete without stopping here. You can explore the vast tea estates, diverse flora and fauna, misty environments and waterfalls. This location transforms into a work of art throughout the winter.
Hampi, a city of ruins in the state of Karnataka nestled between hills and valleys, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For history buffs and those looking to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle, this location is a real delight. Around 500 historical structures, magnificent temples and fascinating ruins of the Vijayanagar Empire can be found in Hampi, which you can explore at your own pace.
Nagaland, also called the “Land of Festivals”, is a beautiful place waiting to be explored! And what better time than winter, when the famous Hornbill Festival is held? It is a 10-day festival with an emphasis on showcasing the lifestyles and progressing intercultural harmony. In addition, visitors can enjoy a guided tour of this venue while the weather is still a bit chilly.
Malshej Ghat, Maharashtra
Malshej Ghat, a mountain pass in the Western Ghats, is filled with waterfalls, lakes and unusual plants and animals. It is loved by walkers and trekkers and offers you the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. While the monsoons are when this place is at its most beautiful, the winter months don’t diminish its appeal.
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