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That depends on the aim of your travel. Manali to enjoy the Snow and may be South for the warmth.
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It basically depends on the weather you want to experience. Rajashthan, Goa, Pondicherry, kerala
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Auli is one of the best places to visit in January in North and for South you can check for Kodaicanal
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Visit Andaman. Open up my blog to read about this mesmerizing place. The weather will remain moderate in January, neither too hot, nor too cold.
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Fascinating deciduous forests of spectacular green interspersed with quaint little villages by the Tirthan river make this valley one of Himachal’s favorite weekend getaways. Stunning backdrops and fantastic camping, trekking and fishing opportunities make this the perfect holiday. The valley is a collection of small hamlets along the road and the ones beautifully perched on mountains on both the sides. The mornings are so refreshing and the night gets chilly. Experience the best in hospitality with personalized attention to detail for a great travel experience in Tirthan Good Luck!!!
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Hey Garima , Depending on your current location you may choose following options : 1)Delhi -Jaipur, Auli, Rishikesh, Mussourie, Parvati valley,Kullu-Manali, Kedarkantha trek 2)Mumbai -Goa, Wayanand, Allepay, Banglore, Coorg, Munnar, Kumarakom 3)Calcutta — Gangtok, Darjeeling,North Sikkim, Shillong Acc. to my experience i would suggest choose out of these : 1)Jaiselmar 2)Goa 3)Rann of Kutch 4)North Sikkim ( Untouched paradise on earth ) 5)Kashmir ( Srinagar, Gulmarg, Sonmarg, Pahalgam) 6) Kedarkantha trek ( easy snow mountain 5 days trek ) Happy travelling !!!!!!!!!
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Which place u like I mean nature, beaches, waterfalls,treking r what n ur budget n for how many days...
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I guess it’s better to go on a trip to RAJASTHAN...it’d be almost impossible to visit that state in summers.so just go for it and trust me,you won’t regret your decision 😁
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Goa, himachal for trekking d lots
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Goa , Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan
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Hello There are two options for you. In south India. Ooty and Kodaikanal. In north India. There are plenty options such a as Shimla , manali, Darjeeling, Kashmir. Happy travelling:)
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Vist manali as we are hopping for fresh snowfall in late December.
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Well, for beaches you can go to Goa,Gokarna,Andaman,Vizag etc. For snow you can go to Shimla,Manali,Kashmir,North east states. Fir history, you can go to Rajasthan or MP or to south indian states. Too many options, please specify the timing and budget and the mood.
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In Himachal- Kasol, kheerganga, Teerthan, jibhi, jalori, Dharamsala, mclodganj, parashar lake. In Uttarakhand- Auli, Chopta, landsdowne, kedarnath In Rajasthan- Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, mount Abu.
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Goa Kerala Pondicherry Rajasthan Jaipur
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Dear fellow traveler, checkout the link below. This will help you out. https://traveltriangle.com/blog/places-to-visit-in-january-in-india/
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