Season wise top tourist places in India


Season wise top tourist places in India

Season wise top tourist places in India


India is a country where you can travel in any season and enjoy the beauty of nature but I know you are good to travel planner so you research very well and then decide your destination so I think why not give you information about "Season wise top tourist places in India" 

Let's start with the most lovable season for every travel lover

Top 5 places to visit in India in Winter


or you can say

Top 5 places to visit in India in November to February


Winter started and the weather has turned pleasant. with this, you will get excited about New Year. This is the right time to plan a vacation for winter. Maybe you can make this plan yourself or take the help of a travel service. We also give you some help. We have selected Top 5 places to visit in India in Winter for you, where the experience of walking in winter is very spectacular. In winter, you can plan to visit Kerala, Rajasthan, Goa, Gujarat or Kashmir.

Kerala visit in winter

 Kerala visit in winter


Mountains, beaches, backwaters, Kerala has everything. You plan 4 nights and 5 days to visit here. During this, we tell you where you should go. Your trip will start from Kochi. After Kochi, you go to Munnar. In Munnar you will see green tea plantations. Spend one night in the forests of Thekkady and one night among the backwaters of Alleppey. It would be convenient to hire a cab. However, it is a bit expensive. Apart from this, public transport buses and trains are connected everywhere.


Goa visit in winter

Goa visit in winter


Goa is everyone's favorite beach destination. Although people like this place throughout the year, but in December, the beauty of this place is seen. The reason for this is the tremendous celebrations of Christmas and New Year. Allow 1-1 days to travel to North Goa and South Goa. Here you will get a self-driving car at Rs 1100 per day. Apart from this, bikes are also available on rent, which is Rs 500 per day. See, how much you have to spend to move here. Explain that this is one of the most expensive budgets. There is scope to cut it at every step.


Rajasthan visit in winter

Rajasthan visit in winter


December is the best time to explore the desert here. You should plan here for 5 nights and 6 days. It would be good to spend 2 nights in Jaipur, 1 night in Jodhpur and 2 nights in Jaisalmer. You can easily reach Delhi by Jaipur by train. You will not forget the fun of camping in Jaisalmer desert. This trip of yours can end in a comfortable way for Rs 51,000. You can also take your budget according to your own.


Gujarat visit in winter

Gujarat visit in winter


2 nights and 3 days are fine for this trip. You can visit other parts of Gujarat anytime, but January is the best time to visit Kutch. The three-month-long run festival is also in full swing at this time. We would recommend you to spend one day in Bhuj too. The beach city mandvi will be amazing. For stay in Kutch, you can take the package of Run Utsav. This package includes Bhuj Airport and Railway Station fare. Along with this, the site is revolving complementary.


Kashmir visit in winter

Kashmir visit in winter


Gulmarg in Kashmir is a favorite destination for snow lovers. In this trip, we would recommend you to spend 2 nights 3 days only in Gulmarg because there is so much to do here. Sports like skiing, sledding, snow scooters will not fill your life. At the same time, it is fun to make your snowman with yourselves so high above the earth. See, how much it costs for you here.


Top 5 places to visit in India in summer

or you can say

Top 5 places to visit in India in March to June

Summer is coming and as we know, the temperature of India reaches very high levels. The fast and hot summer bothers everyone. Every country is known to please everyone in one way or another. Therefore, there are many places in India where you can relieve yourself from the heat. Are you thinking about planning for a troubled holiday this summer? If yes, do not forget to visit all these places of India which are not only beautiful but will also give you relief from the heat.

Sikkim visit in summer

Sikkim visit in summer


Sikkim is located near Mount Kanchendzonga, which is a very beautiful place to visit. Big mountains, snow-clad peaks and sparkling orchids attract people. Sikkim is also known as the Land Locked State of India. Its fresh air, forest, mountains, valleys and snow-clad peaks will bring great relief to your mind from the heat. Sikkim is also famous for the best trekking spots in India.

Manali visit in summer

Manali visit in summer


 Manali is a very beautiful tourist place. These are adventure-filled places such as trekking, skiing, paragliding, etc. A beautiful tourist place situated in Himachal Pradesh, which attracts people with its beauty and greenery for years. Manali, which is five hundred kilometers from Delhi is also called the "Valley of colorful flowers".


Ooty visit in summer

Ooty visit in summer


Ooty is also known as the queen of hill stations. It is the capital of the Nilgiri district and one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. Nilgiri is interpreted as the Blue Mountains. It is also a foreign place with a beautiful location. Located at an altitude of about 2240 meters above sea level.

Dehradun visit in summer

Dehradun visit in summer


 Dehradun is famous worldwide as a city surrounded by its natural beauty and hills. The people of Dehradun are associated with deep beliefs. It is also attractive to animal lovers who attract tourists from a distance. You can enjoy rafting, trekking, etc. by coming here. Apart from this, if you are fond of sports, then there are many exciting games available for you here.

Shimla visit in summer

Shimla visit in summer


Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and also a very large tourist hub of India. It has entertainment for all kinds of people like trekking for adventure lovers, paragliding and landscaped for nature lovers and hills. Shimla is a photographer's paradise and you will get the most perfect shot photographs.


 Top 5 places to visit in India in Monsoon


or you can say

Top 5 places to visit in India in July to October


If Hindustan is like a new bride, then the monsoon is like a dot for her, which adds beauty to her. Every city, every village is filled with greenery. In such a situation, if you go out for a co-family holiday, then that holiday becomes even more memorable. Happy monsoon gift from Tripoto, and these 5 amazing places to celebrate your holiday.

Lonavala visit in Monsoon

Lonavala visit in Monsoon


If you live in Mumbai, then Lonavala is the best place for you to visit in a monsoon! With the onset of monsoon, Sahyadri mountain ranges and green ghats, waterfalls and pleasant climate become more attractive. Plan a trip to this beautiful hilly area of ​​Mumbai to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Lonavala has its own railway station, where many trains from Pune and Mumbai come daily. The nearest airport is in Pune, which is 60 km from there. Is far And if you are coming from Mumbai or Pune then you can also come in your car, only one and a half hours is the way from both cities.


Udaipur visit in Monsoon

Udaipur visit in Monsoon


Udaipur is considered to be one of the most romantic cities in the world and has rightly received the tag of Venice of the East. It is a historically significant place as it has been the capital of Mewar for many centuries. The main attraction of the city is City Palace and Udaipur Lake The palace is situated in the middle of Lake Pichola. The best time to visit Udaipur would be during the monsoon season as you get relief from the scorching heat of Rajasthan.

Udaipur has its own railway station where many trains from all over India come daily. Maharana Pratap Airport is also in Udaipur, you can come by airplane and if you are coming from somewhere from Rajasthan, you can also come in your car, the roads are good.


Cherrapunji visit in Monsoon

Cherrapunji visit in Monsoon


Cherrapunji is the second most rainy place on earth. If you love the rain, then you will have to visit Cherrapunji during monsoon which is covered with vast landscapes and hills. The exciting monsoon trekking trip is also very famous here. You can get honey from the unique orange flower here and do not forget to drink Meghalaya tea as it is quite different from Assam or Darjeeling tea. Double-decker tree bridges are an experience that can be even better during monsoon.

Cherrapunji has its own railway station, where many trains from all over India come daily. The nearest airport is at Shillong, which is 53 km from there. It is far away and if you are coming from North East India, then you can also come with your car, the roads are good.

Munnar visit in Monsoon

Munnar visit in Monsoon


The view of tea and spice gardens with drops of water falling from leaves and branches, Munnar in August is nothing less than a paradise for a nature lover. The high mountains are surrounded by a sheet of mist and rain makes everything new. If you are looking for some quiet time in the middle of the mountains, then Munnar is an ideal place in the south. Because there is no peak tourist season in August, you can enjoy the season without any rush and low prices!

The railway station closest to Munnar is in Aluva, which is 110 km from there. Is far The nearest airport is in Cochin, which is 110 km from there. It is far away, and if you are coming from the south, you can also come with your car, the roads are good.

Orchha visit in Monsoon

Orchha visit in Monsoon


One of the best places to visit India during monsoon, this city was established in 1501 by King Rudra Pratap. Surrounded by hills, Orchha is situated on the Betwa River and is surrounded by the sweet smell of custard apple. This wavy land has huge temples and forts.

The nearest railway station to Orchha is in Jhansi, which is 18 km from there. Is far The nearest airport is in Gwalior, which is 123 km from there. Is far And if you are coming from central India, you can also come with your car, the roads are good.

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