Winter down and vacations in mind- all want to go to a place where you could chill out. Chill out both literally and metaphorically. To plan a vacation is always exciting and obviously needs some planning as to make a decision about the place, financial status, and suitability.
We do not have to necessarily think about going on an international trip, India is amazingly beautiful and has immense potential for the travel junkies. The winters in hilly areas make it even more interesting and beautiful with a white blanket. It is an experience worth it. If you can brave that cold, then these hilly locations in India is a treat for you to enjoy during your winter break.
Freaking in the snow, sipping the hot tea and braving the breezes is surely a wonderful experience.
Dharamshala, Gulmarg. Patnitop, Shimla, Kufri, Manali- all are undoubtedly beautiful destinations to go for a holiday. Auli, Mussoorie, Chopta, Nainital are also great in itself with a number of activities to add to the fun.
It is well known as it is one of the best skiing destination, Snow-covered mountains Landscapes, and Gulmarg Gondola and it is the has the second highest cable car in the world. Have the best time here. Plan now.
Patnitop is a hilltop place in Udhampur.
It is famous as Paragliding destination but during the winter season it receives the heavy snowfall and offers scenic snow peak views along with snow sports including skiing and zorbing.
It is one of the most beautiful hill city in India and offers winter sports like Skating and Skiing. It is known for the Hindu goddess Kali temple. People visit Shimla in numbers to have fun in winters.
Another love of the adventurous freak. Kufri is popular for its world’s highest go-kart track, Himalayan Wild Life Zoo and provides a panoramic view of the beautiful locations around.
The list goes endless and so the fun.
Each destination is amazingly beautiful and adventurous. It has that charm and quietness for the quieter souls and also has that freakishness and fun for the peppy ones. So get to choose and get going.