If you are from India, you already know how unforgiving the summer heat in the subcontinent can be. Indians are battling humidity and dryness, loos and scorching afternoons for at least 6 months throughout the year (unless you are from one of the hill states).
It is no wonder, that most people in this country are waiting for the winters. That’s the best time to come out in the sun, go for a vacation, get a picnic, and so much more.
But what people in the lower states are even more fascinated by is snowfall. Not everyone can afford that Swiss or Canadian holiday, but thank god, when it comes to geographical variety, the country does not disappoint.
In this blog, we are going to take a look at 3 Indian destinations where you can still visit in 2019 and experience this splendid phenomenon (with a bit of luck). Now let’s take a look –
1. Solang Valley in Himachal Pradesh
Located in the vicinity of Manali and the Kullu Valley, Solang is the place to be if you are looking to experience snowfall this month. It is popular because of its winter sports like paragliding and zorbing, which make it a treat for adventure junkies.
In fact, if you are in the mood for some ethereal scenic beauty, then Solang has got a lot of that too. If you want to travel to Solang and get the best places to stay in a short notice, then get in touch with a group tours India company now!
2. Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir
It is fabled that Jahangir described Kashmir as, “Agar Firdaus bar ru-e-zamin ast, hami-ast, o-hami ast, o-hami ast.” (If there is heaven on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here)
How much of that he really said, we shall never know; but one thing is for sure, Kashmir is every bit of that epilogue and that is probably why it has caught on.
Gulmarg is located less than 50 kilometers away from Srinagar, the state capital and is known for its snow capped mountains. It is what makes this little town the perfect location to experience skiing in India.
Beautiful as it is with its ecclesiastical beauty, Gulmarg during a snowfall is something you need to see before you die!
3. North Sikkim
India’s perennial snow fall joint, North Sikkim is traveler’s bucket list must. With scenic valleys, monastic set up, and spiritual warm people, it is the true way of the mountain life. It is innocent, beautiful and brings out every flavor of the Himalayas in all its subtleties.
If you visiting in the Winter, then do not forget to pack your chill wear – because the weather is going to be pretty unforgiving.
In case you have just decided to visit these places and experience snowfall, be sure to get in touch with a travel agency in India. It is peak season and things are going to rough as far as getting stay bookings are concerned. So, just make sure you are on the right track!
Also, weather conditions can change at any moment and are not really in anybody’s control. However, these 3 places are your best chance of seeing snowfall this month!