Summer is coming. We know you hate to think about it but the fact is, it is. However, instead of getting worked up thinking about the scorching heat summer will bring along, it is better to use the time we have on our hands to take that one last winter trip. It is still pretty cold in several parts of India where you can take a great trip before it starts getting hot. Here are 10 such places you must consider visiting in the next few days before they have to be completely ruled out on account of summer. (ALSO SEE 10 places in India where summer actually feels like winter) Also Read - We Have Named Her 'Priyanka Twitter Vadra': UP Deputy CM's Jibe at Congress Leader
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Maharashtra’s smallest hill station is known for its eco-tourism as automobiles are banned here. Its weather is extremely pleasant during winters and if you visit it just before March, you are sure to feel like you are nowhere near the irritating summer heat. Matheran is home to some of the best resorts which offer a comfortable stay amidst nature. Also Read - 11 Tremors in 3 Months Not Enough? Major Earthquake Likely to Hit Delhi-NCR Soon, Experts Predict Severe Destruction
Rajasthan becomes too hot to visit during the summer season. And it is a shame to miss it during winters. So, if you want to take just one trip before the summers come in, head straight to Jaisalmer. Be it the Jaisalmer fort which takes you back in time or the amazing sand dunes of Khuri which make for a great camping destination under the stars, Jaisalmer is a delight just before summer. The spectacular view of the sunset will stay with you forever.
Early mornings and late evenings are still pretty cold in Mumbai which means that you can take those heritage walks, visit those amazing restaurants, dance the night away at those vibrant nightclubs all without being driven crazy by the heat and humidity. In a few days from now, traveling around Mumbai could become unbearable. make the best of the time you have this month to explore the best spots of this lovely city.
Known mainly for the erotic sculptures on the walls of its monuments, Khajuraho is a great winter destination. It is an excellent trip to take in Madhya Pradesh and will stun you with its historic significance and architectural brilliance.
One of India’s most popular pilgrim spots, Varanasi is a great place to visit during the end of winter. You can witness Hindu customs and traditions in all their glory and also enjoy a great view of the sunrise.
Yes, February is just the end of the peak season in Goa. While Goa is an all-year destination, summers do get quite hot and humid here. Therefore, you must sneak in a quick Goa trip before the end of winter to keep you going for a few months before you can visit this party land again.
Alleppey in Kerala is known for its spectacular and serene backwaters and wonderful houseboats. Winter is the best time to visit this place as summers get very hot in Kerala. If you want to witness what the big deal about Kerala is, there can be no better place than Alleppey for a perfect ‘end of winter’ trip.
Located in the east Indian state of West Bengal, its capital city Kolkata or the City of Joy will take you back to another era. Its stunning buildings and rich culture will keep you intrigued and the lovely February weather will keep you happy and enthusiastic.
India’s capital city is known for maintaining a fine blend of the historic era and the modern age. WInter is the best time to visit this city and flights to Delhi from most other Indian cities are usually quite cheap. It is ideal for a quick getaway before the summer heat creeps in. DO SEE 22 of Indias most beautiful monuments that make us proud to be Indians
It is already close to 30 degree C in Tiurupati. However, it is still better than the summer when the temperature goes up to 40 degree C. It is India’s richest and most popular pilgrim spot. A trip to Tirupati can prove to be an auspicious way to end winter and bring in the heat of summer in India.
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