Watch Out: How 8 Best Places In India To Visit This December To End The Year With A Bang! Is Taking Over and What to Do About It


Watch Out: How 8 Best Places In India To Visit This December To End The Year With A Bang! Is Taking Over and What to Do About It

1. SHILONG

        

If you want to enjoy the Christmas spirit in a remote picturesque city, you should definitely go to Shillong in December. Shillong is popularly known as "House of Clouds" and we couldn't agree more! While in Shillong, don't forget to go to Umiam Lake and Elephant Falls. In December, the entire borough will be Christmas! Perfect for: Couples and family travelers looking for a simple yet charming winter vacation destination
Things to Do in Shillong: Learn about the art of fishing in Dauki Lake; Get a date with Shillong's edgy flair by going   to  a café and learning all about Northeast India at the Don Bosco Museum.
How to get to Shillong: Guwahati is the nearest railway station, which is 100 km away, and the nearest airport is in Umroi, which is only connected to Calcutta.
Advice: If you are a Shillong neb.You may not find many restaurants that only serve vegetarian food. Make sure you read  carefully about the places that do this and plan your trip accordingly.  Need help planning your perfect vacation to Shillong

2. Munroe Island
    

This winter, travel to Monroe Island, which is located at the confluence of two rivers and has the calmest backwaters. The island still preserves its ancient heritage and culture; They even have tools used during the Stone Age. MonroeIsland is named after its first inhabitant, Colonel John Monroe. The island has some of the oldest architecture in the country and buildings formerly owned by the Dutch. However, Monroe Island is in danger of inundation, so for us travelers, time is running out.
Perfect for: Travelers looking to stay off the beaten track on their next visit to Kerala
Things to do on Monroe Island: Take a canal cruise through remote islands and spot rare water birds off the island's shores
How to get to the island: Monroe Island has its own train station and is well connected by road and rail. The best way toget to Monroe Island is to take an excursion to Trivandrum and from there rent a car to the island which is about 80 km away.
Tip: There are a few ferries to Monroe Island. Make sure you read the tables carefully and plan your visit to the remote is land accordingly. For more travel advice on visiting Monroe Island, click here and contact your personal travel guide right away.

3 Daman and Diu

   

Back at the beaches, the holiday is never complete in winter until you put your feet in the sand, the salt on your lips, and
the wind in your hair. Daman and Diu, despite being one of the most unusual tourist destinations in India, are still on
the tourist sidelines. This seaside town maintains its old world charm so well that is exactly what tempts us the most. The beaches are very clean and you will not find many tourists crowded here. In December the weather during the day is hot and when the sun is setting the weather is very nice. An interesting option for the bestDecember holiday destinationsin India. Click here to contact our Daman and Dew travel guide for expert assistance in booking the 12km from Daman.
Perfect for: Travelers looking to offload Goa's crowded beaches for a more authentic beach vacation.
Things to Do in Daman and Diu: Learn more about port cities at the Dieu Museum; Go shopping for leather accessories at Daman and
relax on the black sandy Devka Beach.
How to get to Daman and Diu: You can take a direct flight to Daman and Diu. The nearest train station is in Vabi, 12 km
from Daman.
Tip: Daman and Diu, two of the popular beach towns, are full of traders who will try to make money quickly by scamming
you. Don't buy air tickets or book transportation and accommodations through unauthorized merchants.

4 Shrinagar
     


Srinagar is nothing short of paradise and people who have visited this exceptional valley will approve. The colors of the valley change every season. In summer, the valley is a refreshing green, in autumn you will see it painted in tangerine hues and in winter, which begins in December, The temperature drops below zero degrees and all you need is a cup of hot coffee and the oven to provide comfort in times likethese. From Kashmir, you can go further to explore nearby places like Gulmarg, Sonamarg, and Gorez Valley. Srinagar is one of the best holiday destinations in India.  Book your dream vacation in Srinagar without hassle by clicking here and contacting our Srinagar travel guide.
Perfect for: Travelers looking for a quiet, out-of-the-world experience on their next mountain vacation.
Things To Do In Srinagar: Learn all about Kashmir culture at Sri Pratap Singh Museum; You can shop for local products at the Polo View Market and watch the sunset
by the unspoilt Dal Lake.
How to get to Srinagar: The easiest way to reach Srinagar is through the air. Srinagar is well connected by road and rail, and the nearest railway station
is in Jammu. Regular buses run to Srinagar as well.
Tip: Due to security reasons in the valley, local stores in Srinagar closed their doors early. Make sure to stock up on the basics beforehand.

5 Rishikesh

       

Rishikesh has a wealth of things to do and see for all types of travelers. For some peace and quiet, head to the yoga and meditation ashram, which is located in a  picture sque location on the banks of the River Ganges. If you are a sports person then river rafting is something you should definitely try. All said and done,Rishikesh is definitely an exciting destination to visit in India.
Perfect for: Backpackers looking for an inexpensive adventure destination
Things to do in Rishikesh: Spend the night at a campsite by the river. Push your limits with rafting on the white cliffs and enjoy an Ayurvedic massage.
How to reach Rishikesh: Rishikesh is well connected by road and rail. The best option is to take a direct bus to Rishikesh or drive there on your own.
Tip: Be sure to watch out for monkeys making a big noise in Rishikesh, especially on bridges. For more travel advice on visiting Rishikesh, click hereand connect with our travel guide in Rishikesh.

6 Jaisalmer

      

If you haven't had the best Mirchi Bacodas in your life, I think it is time to explore Jaisalmer. However, Jaisalmer isn't just about licking local food.It is home to some of the most beautiful architecture in our country. For all photography enthusiasts, Jaisalmer is an indispensable destination. Lakes, sand dunesand forts will fulfill all your dreams of capturing culture in one lens, and when you see the starry sky at night among the sand dunes, you will never want to leave.Jaisalmer Castle is still proud in the city center, and endures the wrath of tourists. In December of this year, explore the more beautiful side of the Thar Desert.
Perfect for: Travelers looking to experience the hospitality and countryside of Rajasthan
Things to do in Jaisalmer: Ride a 4x4 on the dunes of the mighty Thar Desert; Visit the India-Pakistan border and shop for Rajasthani textiles at the colorful Jaisalmer bazaars.
How to reach Jaisalmer: The best way to reach Jaisalmer is to take the night train. You can also reach Jaisalmer by road, but the journey becomes very long and exhausting.
Tip: Jaisalmer is famous for making hemp (hemp). Being a tourist, locals will always force you to have a glass or two but remember, only indulge in an intoxicating drinkif you have an appetite for it and make sure you are in a safe place.

7. Rann Of Kutch

        

To the west of our country there is a land covered with magical dust that creates a mystical environment and we like to call this land; Kutch. Rann Of Kutch is a great destination and if you haven't visited it yet, it is time to visit this place. You can explore the nearby areas like Dholavira, Bhuj, and Kandla which are very important historically. In December, the weather will be perfect for traveling to this western paradise.
Perfect for: Travelers seeking total comfort and a surreal travel experience.
What to do in Rann of Kutch: Take a jeep tour to Kalo Dungar, the highest point in Kutch; Put your binoculars to work, spot Siberian flamingos and embark on a camelsafari through the pristine white sand desert.
How to get to Rann Of Kutch: The nearest airport is in Bog. Rann Of Kutch can also be reached by road and rail.
Tip: Don't stray too far from your group. Always remember that due to Ran's proximity to the border, security measures are very strict. For more helpful advice onvisiting Rann of Kutch, click here and connect with your personal travel guide for unparalleled assistance.


8. Dudhwa National Park.

    

Time to delve into the rich wildlife of Dodhoa National Park, home to many endangered species. The magic of Dudhwa is inexplicable and all you have to do here is allow yourself to be a part of nature and indulge in the many rich experiences that will follow. On the edge of the India-Nepal border, you will see many small villages nestled in the jungle. Meet the locals of the Tharu tribe and learn about their culture. December is the best time to observe wildlife in the national park,as most animals sunbathe and go to the river to fetch water. Click here to connect with your personal travel guide and get expert help in planning your next vacation to Dudhwa National Park.Time to delve into the rich wildlife of Dodhoa National Park, home to many endangered species. The magic of Dudhwa is inexplicable and all you have to do here is allow yourself to be a part of nature and indulge in the many rich experiences that will follow. On the edge of the India-Nepal border, you will see many small villages nestled in the jungle. Meet the locals of the Tharu tribe and learn about their culture. December is the best time to observe wildlife in the national park, as most of the animals bask in the sun and go to the river to fetch water
Offer for: Travelers looking to experience nature at its best
Things to do in Dudhwa National Park: Take a jungle safari early in the morning and spend a night at a jungle lodge for a natural date.
How to get to Dodhoa National Park: Dadhawa has its own train station. You can also drive to the national park. You can reach Lucknow and rent a car from there to Dudhwa.
Tip: The park has several restricted areas to enter, which is not only a crime punishable by law, but also means putting your life at risk.


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