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    Winter Vacay Ready? These Mesmerizing Locations Should Be In Your Travel Itinerary

    Want a thrilling winter vacation? You might add these locations on your itinerary

    The cozy month of December marks the beginning of celebrations and holidays and for the ones who are die-heart hodophiles, this fall month is icing on the cake.

    While India has the largest democracy, the country is blessed with some splendid and colourful cities, which is a must-add on their travel itinerary lists for all the people who have got a gipsy soul.

    So if you are planning for an unforgettable winter vacation, we have compiled some must-visit travel destinations from India. Check it out here:

    Goa: for the beach bums

    Goa– former Portuguese colony,  is apparently the favourite part of India for the ones who love beaches, sun and parties. Also, their cuisine which includes a lot of seafood and cheap booze has been a boost for revellers.

    Photo Credit: lonelyplanet.com

    Leh-Ladakh – for its trekking options

    As you sing ‘adventure in my soul’ this high-desert city in the Himalayas has been one of the top priorities in road trips and can be a perfect getaway for a thrilling vacation.

    Apart from this travellers often indulge in River Rafting, Mountain Biking, Trekking, Ice Skating in the tall mountains.

    Photo Credit: land of snows

    Jodhpur- the city to feel the first rays of the sun

    Would it not feel amazing to see the first ray of sun in the morning? Of course yes. The city also known as “The Blue City” or “Sun City” has some unmatched architecture and historic significance.

    Also, the city houses the beautiful palace–Umaid Bhawan, an amalgamation of architectural styles enriched in grandeur.

    Photo Credit: GoIbibo.com

    Andaman & Nicobar Islands – For water sports

    The place is known for its pristine and breathtaking beauty with a wide array of water sports. From snorkelling, sea walking, scuba diving, banana boat ride, jet skiing and many more they get you all covered for the love of aqua.

    Photo Credit: Veena World

    Sikkim – the organic state in the Northeast

    Parts of Sikkim experiences snowfall in the month of December and turns into a snow fairy. Surrounded by dramatic landscape that includes India’s highest mountain, this state is a must visit for all things charismatic.

    Photo Credit: Vogue India

    Varanasi – For its spiritual essence

    It is a holy city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It also offers spiritual enlightenment with the hosts of temples and ghats. So for the ones seeking salvation and live for spirituality this city should be in their travel itinerary.

    Photo Credit: Civitatis

    Meghalaya – the abode of clouds

    Meghalaya is one of the most toured places in the country and the state also hosts foreign tourists every year, thanks to the series of events that are being lined up one after another. From the beautiful fresh blossoms of cherry tree to the wine festival, the state truely knows the etiquette of hospitality.

    Photo Credit: Nat Geo Traveller India

    Photo Credit: Veena World



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