Head to these Wonderlands in India to Witness Snowfall


It’s time for snowball fights with your siblings or friends, and pretend to be snowmen in the snowy wonderlands as the country witnessed its season’s first snowfall last week. With temperatures plunging drastically to -4 and -5 degree Celsius, it’s safe to say that winters have finally knocked the doors in India.

So, if you wish to witness a snow-draped holiday in India, then this is the best time to plan your vacation to these destinations and watch the snowfall.

Temperatures in Manali dipped way below the freezing point and was draped in snow in no time. The upper hills of Himachal Pradesh region including Rohtang Pass, Kunzum Pass, and Baralacha Pass experienced the first non-stop snowfall, appearing like a white blanket on the mountain ranges.

After 10 long years of wait, Auli in Uttarakhand greeted winters and light to moderate rainfall, adding up to the wintry mood of the travellers.

After 2009, Srinagar finally witnessed heavy snowfall, giving a scenic panorama of the snow-capped peaks. From leaves to roofs to roads, everything was blanketed in snow!

The weather in Kufri calls for some hot chocolate and a plate full of Maggie. So, get warm, get comfortable, put on your boots, and walk in the snow because Kufri welcomed a pleasant white Christmas, giving travellers the perfect chance to have snowball fights.

From looking at spectacular snow-capped mountains to walking through the road leaving footprints, Shimla is amusingly thrilled to have woken up to a stunningly snow-laden sight! Everything looks pristine white and unusually beautiful.

Don’t let these chilly winters make you put on the blankets and pull the breaks, instead, head to some of these best snow-clad destinations and share your experience here.