What to do in winter in India

India has a diverse climate, be it in Delhi or going down the south Indian states, our climate has an equilibrium of neither too hold and not too cold. People here are eager to explore the winter season, which starts in December to enjoy the pleasant climate and snowfall. With schoolchildren getting holidays for 1 week, it will be exciting for them to go out and dwell in this mesmerizing climate. So today, we will explore the things to do in India during winter.

what to do on winter in India

Also Know About- The places to visit in India in Winter

Enjoy the snowfall in Uttarakhand or Himachal Pradesh.

Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh are famous for its calm atmosphere and beautiful sightseeing of snowfall during the winter season. Places like Auli, Nainital, Manali and Shimla offers a great view of places covered with snow. People here make snowballs and play with their friends or dwell into adventurous activities like Skiing, Snow scooter and Trekking.

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Go for Scuba diving near Muradadeshwar.

Are you excited to step into a different world? Try Snorkelling in Netrani Islandnear Muradadeshwar. The waters look clearer during the winter season and you can explore some exotic aquatic species and follow them to find an underwater treasure. Exploring Scuba diving is like being in meditation and enjoy the world of swimming.

Get involved in Fair at Rann of Kutch

India’s salt desert, many tourists all over India and abroad visit these white sands to participate in Rann Utsav Festival. The Rann Utsav, which starts in winter of October- November, has plays and dramas performed by the locals to help the tourists in knowing their culture and lifestyle.

rann utsav gujrat

 Moreover, Rann of Kutch becomes an ideal stop for the shopping souls for its handicrafts, clothes, Jewels and pearls. If you have a little bit of adventure inside you, you can involve in activities like Camel Riding, Hot Air Balloon or sleeping in a tent facing the full moon night.

Take part in beach parties and water sports in Goa

Goa is a party state, where millions of tourists around the world visit here for the party scenes or become a spectator in the Goa film festivals. The months of November to March are considered as a peak season in Goa. So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets, pack your bags. During this season, many flea markets are open to the public, where you can buy stuff at a dirt-cheap price. For adventure seekers, you can take part in the watersports like Jet Ski, Boating and Dolphin sightseeing in Baga and Calangute beach.

Explore the backwaters in Kerala.

Kerala, the “God’s own country” is situated in the heart of nature, which will make the tourists engaged in the fresh air and clean waters. visit Alleppey for its houseboat ride in the beautiful backwaters or take part in the water sport activities in Kovalam Beach in Trivandrum.

Kerala Houseboat water

For trekking enthusiasts, head to Chembra peak or Annamudi hills to see the scenic beauty of Kerala from the Mountain View. These above options will make Kerala, a mixed fruit of nature, tourism and adventure for the tourists.

Trek to living root bridges and cleanest village in Asia in Meghalaya.

Meghalaya, the abode of clouds has been recently flourished for its Trekking, Adventure and history. Did you know that John Shepherd Baroon, who was the founder of the ATM, was born in Shillong before India’s independence? Nearby gateways like Cherrapunji, Dawki, Mawlynnong shows the advance level of natural beauty in India. Visit Cherrapunji, which is the 2nd wettest place in the world, Dawki for crystal clear waters and Mawlynnong for being Asia’s cleanest village.

Trek on living root bridges, Shillong peak and Elephant falls that shows you the dominance of the nature that makes the whole state filled with less pollution and lush greenery.

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Be a spectator of Hornbill festival in Nagaland.

The Hornbill festival, named after the sacred bird of Meghalaya is participated by most of the tribes in Nagaland. Most of the people in Nagaland depend on their source of income from agriculture. Every 1st Week of December this festival is organized by the Govt of Nagaland to promote conservation of tribes and greenery. During this festival, the tribesmen perform their folk dance, Sell Handicrafts and serve good food. You can also find shops selling paintings, handicrafts, and Herbal medicines.

Read MoreTop 10 Places to visit in Meghalaya

Apart from this one most famous place is here which is mostly visited by tourists is Agra famous for taj mahal and many other monuments are there know more about

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Have you visited any city during the winter season? Share your experiences in the comments below.

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