5 PLACES TO GETAWAY FROM DELHI WINTERS
Winters are here, and some of us are already freaking out. The cold feet and icy winds of the Delhi winters are unbearable, isn’t it? Don’t worry, you can enjoy winters a little more warmly than you thought. Here are 5 places that you can spend your winters in for that sunny winter experience. Read on…
#1 ALWAR ,RAJASTHAN
Alwar is a sunny city in the beautiful state of Rajasthan. It is famous for its Sariska Tiger Reserve and Bhangarh Fort. It is located about 160 km south of Delhi, and is mostly warm. There are many historical monuments to visit. The very famous Bhangarh fort is considered to be a haunted place, so the adventure lovers will have a delight. Visit for a peaceful getaway from the biting cold.
#2 KONARK, ODISHA
If you wanna soak in the festivities while enjoying the warm weather, visit Konark this winter. There is a a Konark Dance Festival which is organized in the premises of the very famous Sun temple in the city. The sight of the beautifully decorated temple is just mesmerizing. Do take a stroll on the golden sands of the Konark beach.
#3 MANGALORE, KARNATAKA
With the Arabian sea surrounding the city, it has beautiful beaches and amazing scenic beauty of the hills. The little red-roofed houses are a pleasure to see, and make the city very colourful. The Udupi cuisine is delicious and worth-trying.
#4 KUTCH, GUJARAT
To feel the Indian celebrations at the largest scale, visit Kutch this December. The Kutch Mahotsav is organised with full pomp and show among sunny days and chilly nights. The main attraction of this place is the gorgeous white sand you find on the beaches. It is the kind of place that you wouldn’t want to leave.
No matter what the occasion, Goa never fails to prove useful. Visit this sultry beach destination for actually getting a tan this winter. Perfect place for all the party animals, Goa is wild and serene at the same time. Beautiful churches will make your new year a memorable one. Visit for an amazing winter experience!
Delhi winters can be a bit too chilly for some. So get off to these places to get a relief from the biting Dilli Ki Sardi. Happy winters!