1. Manali.

Manali is Himalayan resort which is situated in Northern Himachal Pradesh state. Every year many people all over the globe visit to see its beautiful valley. In Manali there are many activity uh can perform like camping and having a glimpse of heat near born fire, skiing, mountain climbing. People from all the globe come here and enjoy the Party which they at the top of the mountain. Everyone seats near the born fire and sings some aort of music and chill wit each other. You should visit once this place in your life time.

2.Rohtang Pass

Every biker has a dream to visit Rohtang pass once in his life because the vibes of that place are so unique that you ill forget your all worries.It is 51km from manali.

The pass is open from May to November. It is not particularly high or difficult to cross on foot by Himalayan standards, but it has a well-deserved reputation for being dangerous because of unpredictable snowstorms and blizzards.

The former National Highway 21 (NH 21), the road through the Kullu Valley, terminates at Manali . (The highway is now numbered NH 3.) The road northwards over the Rohtang Pass to Keylong, and Lahul and on to Leh in Ladakh is not a national highway. Nonetheless, the Leh-Manali Highway has become very busy during the summer months as an alternate military route since the Kargil Conflict in 1999. Traffic jams are common as military vehicles, trucks, and goods carriers try to navigate the tight roads and rough terrain, compounded by snow and ice at certain points and the large number of tourist vehicles.

3.Shillong

Shillong is another place you uh can visit. Shillong is well connected by roads with all major northeastern states. Two major National Highways pass through:

National Highway 40 (India) – Connected to Guwahati

National Highway 44 (India) – Connected to Tripura & Mizoram (NH 44A)

Private bus operators as well as state transport buses from other states ply to and from Shillong daily. Taxi services are also available to destination like Guwahati, Agartala, Dimapur, Aizawl and other North Eastern towns and cities.

Shillong is a hill station in the northeastern part of India and the capital of Meghalaya, which means “The Abode of Clouds” and is one of the smallest states in India. It is said that the rolling hills around the town reminded the European settlers of Scotland. Hence, they would also refer to it as the “Scotland of the East”

4.Meghalaya

Meghalaya is one of the Seven Sister States of northeast India. The state of Meghalaya is mountainous, with stretches of valley and highland plateaus, and it is geologically rich. It consists mainly of Archean rock formations. These rock formations contain rich deposits of valuable minerals like coal, limestone, uranium and sillimanite.

Meghalaya has many rivers. Most of these are rainfed and seasonal. The important rivers in the Garo Hills region are Ganol, Daring, Sanda, Bandra, Bugai, Dareng, Simsang, Nitai and the Bhupai. In the central and eastern sections of the plateau, the important rivers are Khri, Digaru, Umiam, Kynshi (Jadukata), Mawpa, Umiam or Barapani, Umngot and Myntdu. In the southern Khasi Hills region, these rivers have created deep gorges and several beautiful waterfalls.

5.Kinnaur Kailash

The Kinnaur Kailasha (locally known as Kinner Kailash) is a mountain in the Kinnaur district of the Indian state Himachal Pradesh. The Kinnaur Kailash has a height of 6050 meters and is considered as sacred by both Hindu and Buddhist Kinnauris. This mountain is sometimes confused with the Mount Kailash in Tibet.

6. Kerala

As the monsoon departs, the natural grandeur of Kerala reaches its zenith. The Western Ghats and the backwaters add to Kerala’s unique charm and make it the destination for best winter holidays in India.

Kerala has a plethora of options to offer — Kovalam and Varkala beaches, Alleppey backwaters, Thekkady and Kumily spice gardens, Kalady spas and Ayurveda, and Munnar tea plantations.

The lion-tailed macaque at Silent Valley National Park, tigers and elephants in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, and variety of birds at the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary make Kerala a prime destination for nature lovers as well.

7. Munnar

Munnar is also called as Tea lover pradise.

One of the top honeymoon destinations of Kerala, Munnar is actually a destination that can be visited anytime during the year. With temperature dropping to 11 degrees celsius, winter in Munnar is great time for indulging in activities such as trekking, rappelling, and rock climbing. Since, many people come over during this time to enjoy the gentle cold weather, it is recommended you book your hotels well in advance.

Tourist attractions: Anamudi, Devikulam, Mattupetty, TATA Tea Museum, and Eravikulam National Park

Best places to stay: Hotel Hillview Munnar, Elysium Gardens Hill Resorts, Spice Country Resorts.

8.Wayanad – Perfect for treks

Blessed with bountiful nature, Wayanad is famed for some of Kerala’s most intriguing treks, and when else could be the best time to go for trekking trails than the winter season itself. When you get tired, there’s relaxing Ayurvedic therapies and massages to rejuvenate you.

Tourist attractions: Meenmutty Waterfalls, Chembra Peak, Ghat View Point, and Edakkal Caves.

9.Karnataka

Home To The Most Powerful Empires Of Ancient And Medieval India.

With a history dating back to the Paleolithic age, Karnataka has been the home to the most powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. Ranked as the fifth most popular state for tourism in India, the ancient sculptured temples, modern cities, the hill ranges, forests, and beaches make Karnataka a perfect place to visit in winter in India.

Gokarna for its beaches, Jog falls for its breathtaking view of waterfalls, Coorg hill station for its picturesque views, and the UNESCO Heritage site at Hampi are the most famous tourist attractions in Karnataka.

10.Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand has many tourist spots for all seasons – ancient temples, forest reserves, national parks, hill stations, and mountain peaks.

The foggy winter mornings, a slight nip in the air, a greater chance to sight the wild animals including the tigers make the experience of Jim Corbett National Park extra special in winters. And then there is Nainital that is the one of the best winter destinations in India, thanks to the snowfall it receives during winters. And those seeking adventure sports must try rafting and bungee jumping in Rishikesh. There indeed are many places to visit in Uttarakhand in winter, here’s a short list for the idea.