If you are also planning to travel with your family, include these places in your travel list.

Travel News Desk!!! Some people like to sit at home and sip hot tea in winter, while some people want to enjoy the beautiful valleys of nature in this season. If you are planning to travel in this season then this article is for you. People who like to travel in this season can see many beautiful places from Himachal Pradesh to Kanyakumari. So let us know about the best places to visit in winter.

These are the best places to visit in India in winter

Coorg (Karnataka)

Coorg, located in Karnataka, known as the Scotland of India, is a very beautiful place to visit in winter. Located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, this place is the first choice of peace lovers. The majestic waterfalls and coffee plantations rising in the misty environment are no less than a wonderland. If you also want to see something like this then definitely visit this place.

Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)

The holy city of Kashi is a famous religious place. The beautiful mornings and evenings of the ghats here, the Siberian birds flying over the Ganga, the evening aarti, the temples, the people engrossed in devotion, the cool breeze mixed with the sound of bells. The temples mesmerize with melodious verses, which satisfy both body and mind.

Kutch Desert (Gujarat)

If you want to enjoy walking on sand in the cold at night, then definitely go to Kutch. The two-month long cultural festival is also known as Kutch Mahotsav. The traditional food available here, desert safari, sampling of handicrafts, film star spotting etc. are all very attractive. This festival is world famous.

Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh)

Tawang, located in north-east India, is a bit difficult to reach, but once you reach here, your efforts will be worth it after seeing the beautiful snow-clad Himalayas, ancient monasteries and majestic valleys.


The seaside town of Puducherry resembles a French town. It is very comfortable to see native and migratory birds in Ostari Lake here. Head here for everything from French cuisine to trying your hand at water sports.

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