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Do not waste your December breaks; plan a trip to treat yourself

December breaks should not go waste, so pack your bags and head for a small trip


While snow acquire India’s northern bits, the sun lulls in its beaches, its southern outlines acquire an effortless charm and the plains get used to a much awaited extra layer of clothes, the Indian Peninsula enters one of the best season of the year to travel. Here are six beautiful places of India, where you can enjoy your December breaks. So go ahead plan a trip and rejuvenate yourself.

Here are 6 such places to visit in India this December, a month marked by a string of holidays. So take a break from your monotonous routine and go out and explore the beauty of India.

  • Patnitop, Jammu and Kashmir

The place is known for its parks, valleys, views and nature walks when summers turns into one of the best paragliding and skiing destination present in India in December. One of the most popular hill resorts in Jammu and Kashmir, Patnitop is located in Udhampur and is surrounded by beautiful coniferous forests and snow capped mountains of the Pir Panjal range. The calm and serene atmosphere of this place offers a perfect relaxing getaway.

Do not waste your December breaks; plan a trip to treat yourself
Patnitop
  • Ranthambore, Rajasthan

Regarded as one of the best tiger reserves of India, Ranthambore finds itself all the more welcoming in December with a slight drop in the temperature. A region known for being the richest centers of flora and fauna, a dreamy terrain amidst the Vindhya and Aravalli, this also houses the Ranthambore Fort in the reserve. Apart from being the home of tigers, several other animal species are found here such as the wild cats, leopards, sloth bears, hyenas, Indian foxes, crocodiles and jackals. Visiting this place in December always give its visitors a satisfactory relief.

  • Chennai , Tamil Nadu

It is a growing city with a sleepless nightlife, the city effortlessly breathes in December as its humid summers are till now forgotten, and it becomes a must visit place in December. Under Chennai’s metropolitan charm with a rich heritage in the backdrop, churches mark its maps and beaches tantalizing its fast moving life. Vandalur Zoo is a famous place to visit in Chennai. Chennai is also famous for its Marina Beach, which is the longest beach in India.

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  • Murudeshwar, Karnataka

It is a small temple town located on the western coast of India in the state of Karnataka. Murudeshwar is famous by the second highest Shiva statue in the world. This structure watches over the sea and all that is around and is worth the sprain in the neck. Murudeshwar in December is surprisingly a venue for Scuba Diving. Its scuba diving facilities stays active only for few months, head to the city in December, to see the most of all that is below its seas. The golden history, scenic beauty and calm, serene environment makes it one of best destinations to visit in December.

Do not waste your December breaks; plan a trip to treat yourself
Murudeshwar
  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam

This National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in India and also a well known, protected animal reserve. It is known for housing more than half of the world’s one horned rhinoceros and that’s not it. It is also an important tiger reserve, with a large density of tigers present within the national park. Apart from these animals, there are also leopards, foxes, deer, flying squirrels, pelicans, hornbill and plenty of other floral and faunal species, which would make up for a pretty exciting and enjoyable trip. Visiting this place in December, you will notice its freshness and richness.

  • Thrissur, Kerala

Situated in the southern India and also known to be the official cultural capital of Kerala, Thissur has countless festivals on its calenders and countless temples on its maps. Visiting the place in December, under its pleasant weather, in a hub of classical Keralan arts and culture should be on top of your list. Several efforts have been made by the people living here to promote the dying Keralan performing arts and cultural activities. One can learn a lot about the ancient practice of Ayurveda over here as well. Also on its itineraries are falls, a zoo, a dam, gardens and a river.

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