2020 has started and so you travel plan. The first month of the year has to be special and travelgram should be started on a happy note. In India, there is no dearth of places to visit and as most parts of the country are facing winters, travelling becomes more exciting. Travelling in winters are always more comfortable compare to summers.
We here have curated a list of places where you can head with your family, friends, kids and even solo. There are so many ideal options for every kind of travellers who has distinct preferences.
Check the list here:
1. Rajasthan: Rajasthan is probably the most popular destination in India. The state showcases different art, culture and vibrant colours. India’s most colourful state is best to visit in winters as you can walk to some good distance and see the majestic palaces and their intricate architecture. Summers are not that comfortable as it is extremely hot and humid. The tourist and travellers do not opt for this place in summers. There are many places—Jodhpur, Jaislamer, Jaipur, Bikaner, Mount Abu, Udaipur and many more.
2. Andaman and Nicobar Islands: The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. Around 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkelling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off-limits to visitors.
3. Goa: Famous for beaches, the place is a small state between the borders of Maharashtra and Karnataka. It is better known to the world as a former Portuguese enclave and tourism are said to be the backbone of the state economy. There are many beaches here which are divided into North and South Goa. North Goa is more commercial with an abundance of mostly low and medium budget tourist accommodations whereas South Goa has higher-end hotels and private beaches. Some of the more popular beaches are Colva, Calangute, Baga, and Anjuna. These beaches are lined with shacks that provide fresh seafood and drinks. Some shacks arrange special events to attract more customers. Major tourist attraction in Goa is its heritage homes.
4. Chadar trek, Ladakh: The Chadar Trek or the Zanskar Gorge is a winter trail in the Zanskar, in the Indian administered union territory of Ladakh. Traditionally the only means of travel in the area during the harsh winter months, the trail has become popular with international adventure tourists.
5. Auli: Famous as a Himalayan ski resort and hill station situated in Uttarakhand. It’s surrounded by coniferous and oak forests, plus the Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat mountains. A long cable car links Auli to the town of Joshimath. North of Auli is the colourful Badrinath Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site, and the Valley of Flowers National Park, with its alpine flora and wildlife like snow leopards and red foxes.
6. Rann of Kutch: Kutch, the last village of India from the Western side, is most popularly known as Rann of Kutch. The Rann here is a salt marsh in the Thar Desert in the Kutch District of Gujarat. It is about 7500 km in area and is reputed to be one of the largest salt deserts in the world. This area has been inhabited by the Kutchi people. Every year in winters, the government organizes Rann of Kutch festival which is celebrated for three months. The whole village converts into a tent city and it is nothing less than a small city. The place has many attractions to see.
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