Don’t Miss Out On India’s Winter Wonderlands

Manali, Himachal Pradesh


Looking to hibernate away from city life, spend some time relaxing in the mountains, but don’t wanna dig a big hole in your pocket? Manali is your best bet. The city offers two lifestyles - Old Manali is for the old soul looking for real local experiences, while New Manali has everything a city dweller would crave. And the scenic views cut across both parts. Isn’t this the best of both worlds?


Auli, Uttarakhand


Those looking for a week-long, serene break in the hills need look no further than Auli, India’s hidden gem! This place will give you the feels of a legit international winter wonderland. Auli sees snowfall starting November, right upto March, and, if you’re lucky enough, you might just experience fresh snow. Besides the pleasant climate and sightseeing, you can also indulge in camping, trekking, and shopping at the local markets. For an authentic experience, opt for a simple stay in the cosy lodges run by the locals. If you’re looking for something unique, we recommend offbeat camping stays in the apple orchards in Auli.


Munnar, Pondicherry and Coorg


Think South India is short on winter wonderlands? Not at all. For a chilly-ish weekend getaway, you can opt for Munnar in Kerala, Puducherry near Chennai, or Coorg in Karnataka. Be it the tea gardens in Munnar, the beach life in Pondy (as Puducherry has long been called), or a laidback vacay in the sleepy hill town of Coorg, you’re sure to enjoy the dropping temperatures and a cosy stay across these destinations. To witness the true hospitality of South India, opt for a relaxing homestay, villas or farm stay available at affordable prices.


Lonavala, Maharashtra


For vacationers looking for something around the city, Lonavala is just a short drive away from Mumbai and Pune. This sleepy town is a tourist hotspot, attracting crowds for its spectacular eco-stays and vacation homes. Opt for a bunglow with a pool for a fun get-together with your close family and friends. While in town (or rather outside town), don’t forget to try the delicious Cooper’s chocolate fudge and pick up fresh fruit jams!


Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand


For those looking to be one with nature in its purest form, yes, winters are the best time to visit Jim Corbett. During this time of year, all the safaris are open. You could spot the majestic Bengal tiger and many exotic birds. If you’re looking for a place to visit with your family for two to four days, this place offers a cold yet pleasant climate suitable for all. There are plenty of retreats and resorts to choose from in every budget.

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