Celebrate winter with a holiday!
The winter is here, and most people have started planning their winter holidays Travellers opt for that muchneeded break from work and their busy schedules and set off on a journey traversing the vast and diverse natural marvels that our country has to offer Here are a few top destinations for you to plan your next holiday across Incredible India
The winter is here, and most people have started planning their winter holidays. Travellers opt for that much-needed break from work and their busy schedules and set off on a journey traversing the vast and diverse natural marvels that our country has to offer. Here are a few top destinations for you to plan your next holiday across Incredible India.
Manali: Manali is one of the most gorgeous and perfect holiday destinations in the country, for every kind of traveller. The most popular destination in Himachal Pradesh, Manali’s snow-covered mountains and vast panorama are sure to make you immediately fall in love with the place.
Goa: Beaches, amazing food, beautiful architecture, and an exciting nightlife are just a few of the several delightful experiences to look forward to in this Portuguese haven in India. Goa has over 25 amazing beaches, with North Goa having some of the liveliest beaches in the world including Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, and Arambol, which house tons of shacks buzzing with life and serving lip-smacking delicacies. South Goa offers travellers the chance to have a quiet time at serene beaches like Colva, Palolem and Galgibaga, which are cut off from the hustle and bustle of tourist and commercial activities.
Udaipur: Experience the majesty of the lake city as you travel through the streets of Udaipur, soaking in the colours and the variety of culture. There’s plenty to do in Udaipur – you can admire the city’s lively art scenes and old-world charm through the museums, take a boat cruise on Lake Pichola, enjoy a magnificent view of the palaces, or revel in the city’s illuminated skyline while feasting on delicacies at a rooftop restaurant.
Nashik: Nashik is often described as “The Wine Capital of India” because of the numerous wineries in the district, which produce about 10,000 tonnes of grapes per year. Furthermore, during the harvest season, Nashik plays host to several wine festivals, such as the highly popular Sula Fest.
Amritsar: Amritsar is a major spiritual and cultural centre of Sikhism and home to the Golden Temple. Along with this, Jallian Wala Bagh and Wagah Border are places that one must definitely visit when in Amritsar. The sensory overload of smells and tastes in the city is something to look forward to as you walk through the bustling streets of Amritsar and gorge on some delicious north Indian dishes.
Shimla: Despite being a hill station, Shimla is also the perfect winter destination for a leisurely family holiday or even a getaway with either your partner or friends. You can take in the picturesque surroundings of the town by strolling along the Mall Road, and then experience some amazing delicacies at one of the cafes, or sip on a cup of tea at Scandal Point. Enjoy the Kalka-Shimla train ride as it traverses the majestic mountains, offering a magnificent view of the Himalayan scenery.
- Confirmtkt and Travelyaari