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India is a symbol of beauty, diversity, and cohesion. Its unique geographic location contributes to its vast natural diversity. India likely has the widest variety of seasons of any country in the world which have all helped India's beauty gain prominence. 

But during winters, visiting India will definitely become the most memorable travel of your life. The beauty of its old edifices is accentuated in this weather, while the cold breeze brushing against your face makes the experience even more exhilarating. Scroll down to check out some amazing places to travel in winter.


If you’re visiting Agra in the months of December and January, you definitely need to carry woolens as temperatures can drop to as low as 2 degrees Celsius. Spend your afternoon at the Taj complex enjoying the beauty of this magnificent monument and strolling through the gardens across the banks of Yamuna. You can also head out to the local markets on a shopping spree. The lavish Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri will surely accentuate your escapades in the cool weather.


Goa is a tropical paradise and has incredible charms. It is a tourist's paradise if you're looking to unwind, have a good time, or go on an adventure. The golden coastlines offer much more than just a taste of happiness for those who crave the sun. Churches and forts are a gold mine for history buffs. Wildlife sanctuaries, unspoiled forests, and waterfalls are a few attractions, which can be enjoyed as a bird eyes’ view by floating over these green fields and yellow sands in a Hot air balloon ride.


Also known as “Dilwaalon ki Dilli”, Delhi has been home to many marvels of the past, several museums, bustling street markets, and aesthetic coffee shops. All the year around you can find popular festivals and events that happen in Delhi, there are food festivals, cultural shows, shopping melas, literature festivals, popular theatrical play festivals, etc. It’s not only countries’ capital but also the fun capital of the country.


If you have been to India, you must visit the Land of the Kings which can show you the original Royalty of Indian History. This desert state comprises historical cities like Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Jaisalmer, where the old forts still sing the ballads of their valor. This grandeur of the Desert State can be looked at from an exclusive perspective by a Hot Air Balloon Safari with Skywaltz.


Kerala is renowned for its palm-lined beaches and its backwaters, a system of canals where cruises are frequently taken. There are numerous premium coastal resorts in it, some of which offer Ayurvedic therapies. Famous tourist destinations in Kerala Include Munnar, Thekkady, Alappuzha Backwaters, Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur, Wayanad, Thenmala, Vagamon, and Kannur. All other things become irrelevant once you step foot in the stunning paradise. In terms of attractiveness, most big cities are nothing compared to Kerala. 


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