Top winter destinations in India in 2014

New hotels and tour packages, emerging food scenes, and a diverse range of events make India, the hottest travel destination in the winters of 2014.


If you take a look at the glorious buildings located in Jaipur’s wide streets, you will understand why it is popular as “The Pink City.” In Jaipur, Spend your time exploring Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Amber city and Jaigarh fort. If you are looking for more memorable moments, visit one of the bazaars, where you can pick up a lot of hand crafted items and a bag or slippers made of camel-leather.

Places of Interest

Jaigarh & Amber Fort
Jantar Mantar
Hawa Mahal
Albert Hall
City Palace


Udaipur, is one of the most popular cities in the world. Especially among the people who love the essence of royal lifestyle. Known as the Venice of the East, Udaipur boasts a number of beautiful lakes against a background of the Aravail hills. The famous Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas and the beautiful islands in Fateh Sagar Lake are some of the best places in Udaipur. Whenever you visit Udaipur, do not forget to include Nehru Garden and Solar observatory to your list. The eye-catching Lake Palace is now a luxurious hotel and the big City Palace on Pichola Lake’s east bank, features epic patio and beautiful paintings.

Place of Interest

Ranakpur (Jain Temples)
City Palace of Udaipur

  1. GOA

Where East meets West in this beautiful state, where Indian culture combines with Portuguese influence, Goa is the one of the best places to visit in India during winters. The golden sand on beaches works as a magnet for adventure and peace lovers. To the north, the traveler-centric scene is widespread, with an intercontinental flair; Goa is now attracting more travelers. Travel south for peace and an escape from crowd. Mosques, Temples and wildlife sanctuaries give a difference from the beaches.

Places of Interest

Anjuna Market
Old City
Dudhsagar Falls


In Hinduism, it is said that Manu has survived a flood that destroyed the rest of the world. After the disaster, Manu recreated mankind in Kullu Valley. No wonder the tall peaks and lush land of Manali attracts adventure travelers from every corner of the world. With hiking, camping etc Manali will be one of the most visited place in winters.
The four-story Hidimba Devi Wooden Temple is located in the middle of the forest. You can take a bath in the hot springs. People call it medicinal soak. It is located at 30-minute walk from the town.

Place of Interest

River Beas
Hadimba Devi Mandir
Manikaran Gurudwara


Located on the highest peak in the Aravali range amidst lush green, forested hills, Mount Abu is the summer capital of Rajasthan, the largest state in India. Mount Abu’s chilly and peaceful climate makes it an ideal retreat even in the winters. The hill station is considered as one of the hottest destinations in winter. The government of Rajasthan also conducts cultural programs in the month of December. Explore several Jain temples such as Dilwara Temples or visit the nearby fort of Achalgarh.

Places of Interest
Sunset Point, Honeymoon Point
Nakki Lake
Toad Rock


Snow-capped peaks of Himalaya and green land surround this beautiful city.
Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Travelers love to enjoy snowfall in winter and heritage walk through crowded bazaars, architecture. Do not worry about being surrounded with the crowd in the market; Shimla is a city to enjoy the life in this way. Shimla was one of the favorite destinations of Mahatma Gandhi, who visited a lot of places nearby Shimla for a decade.

Places of Interest

Jakhu Temple

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