Places to visit during Winter

4.Goa

Language- English, Hindi, Konkani

Beautiful beach
Beautiful beach
This smallest state of India packs a wallop in terms of things to see and do throughout the year, but winter is the most amazing time to experience it all. Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in water sports, partyholics can go for beach parties or nightclubs throbbing with music, drinks and happening crowds, and those who want to just catch some rays have a wealth of beaches and islands upon which to do so. Besides these usual activities, winter in Goa marks the season of lively festivals, like Goa Carnival, Goa Film Festival, Sunburn music fest, Christmas and New Year parties, making it as enticing as ever.


How to reach Goa by Air-

If you are coming to Goa by airways then the nearest international airport is located at Dabolim. Dabolim main airport is situated at a distance of almost 29 kilometers away from Panaji. This international airport is well connected with the major domestic cities as well as international major cities in U.K. and Germany as well.

Nearest Airport : Dabolim Airport, Goa

How to reach Goa by Rail-

Via railways, it is quite easy to reach Goa as the major railway stations in Goa are located in Margao. The main railway station is known as Madgaon and Vasco-da-gama. These railway stations are well linked with Mumbai and then other major parts of the country as well.


How to reach Goa by Road-

Travelers can also reach Goa through roadways as there are n numbers of buses offer their services to travelers. The nearest bus stand is Kadamba bus stand of Panaji which is considered as the main bus station. Even Goa has its own bus service that connects major cities in and out of the state which makes how to reach Goa very easy.


5.Rajasthan

Language- Hindi, Marwari, English

Rajasthani Folk Dance
Winter is the ideal time to visit the ‘Land of Maharajas’ and experience its regal culture and tradition. The largest state of India is home to historic splendours that are restored or dilapidated yet either way spectacular. With rows of palaces and forts at every nook and corner, the must-visit places in Rajasthan include the blue city of Jodhpur, the golden city of Jaisalmer, the pink city of Jaipur, the city of lakes Udaipur, the holy city Ajmer and the city of Boaris – Bundi. Do not forget to visit Ranthambore National Park, located amidst the Aravalli and Vindhya ranges, which makes it even more beautiful. Besides being home to the endangered tiger, you can spot wild cats, Indian foxes, sloth bear, leopards and more.
Royal Forts

How to reach Rajasthan by Air-

Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI), at New Delhi is the nearest airport which is located at a distance of 250 KM. Regular flights connecting the major cities like Delhi and Mumbai to Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur.
Along with the Jaipur International Airport, there are two major airports at Jodhpur and Udaipur that have access to several flights boosting tourism in the state.

Royal Forts
How to reach Rajasthan by Rail-

Rajasthan has a good network of rail with direct superfast and other express trains from Delhi and Mumbai. Cities like Mumbai, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Udaipur are connected with the daily superfast trains. There is a 4600 km of railway track. Jaipur is connected to the other major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad with a network of broad gauge. Jaipur is the head quarter of North-West Railways.

How to reach Rajasthan by Road-
The national highway of Rajasthan is measured 5655 km while the state highway is of 8627 km. NH8 passes through Jaipur and Udaipur.