The Best Places To Visit In January In India To Satiate Your Wanderlust

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It is best to be prepared when it comes to travel, and especially when you have too many options to pick from. Start the year by doing something that we all love to do, travelling! I have picked out some of the best places to visit in January in India, of which some are my personal favourites as well. Take a look! Happy travels!

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Photo of Jim Corbett National Park, Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, India by Pritha Puri

Winters are the best time to be a witness to the jungle folk coming out of their dark corners and hanging out in the sun. Just like any other person, the jungle animals too love the sunny side of winters and wildlife enthusiasts have a field day photographing these animals who are least bothered about who does what. Head to India's oldest and most famous national park, the Jim Corbett National Park, one of the best places to visit in India in January. This was the first protected forest cover to be given the designation of a national park. Besides watching a heard of antlers and elephants crossing your path numerous times, you can visit the Jhula Devi temple in Ramnagar. Come and see for yourself, why Edward J. Corbett was so in love with the jungles!

How to reach: Jim Corbett is easily accessible by both road and rail. You can hire a taxi, take a bus or drive yourself to Ramnagar. The nearest railway station is the Ramnagar railway station 60km away. The closest airport to Jim Corbett is Dehradun Airport which is 155km away and takes approx 4 hours 30 minutes to reach.

Where to stay: Jim's Jungle Retreat, The Gateway Resort Corbett National Park. You can check out more options here.

Attractions: Jungle Safari, Kosi River Rafting, Jhula Devi temple in Ramnagar, Corbett Falls, Corbett Museum.

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Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pritha Puri

January is the perfect time to visit the summer capital of British India in peak winter. 'Simla', popularly known as Shimla has changed drastically over the years. During summer months this hill station has an overload of tourists, but you can witness the pristine old world charm that used to be its main attraction, in winters when there are hardly any tourists which makes it the best place to visit in India in January. Shimla has some amazing boarding schools with fantastic architecture that you can see. Travel to Mashobra and its nearby regions for a day to have a perfect wintry holiday!

How to reach: Shimla has the quintessential Kalka-Shimla Railway route. The nearest airport is in Chandigarh, which is 124km away. Upon landing, you can book a private cab to get you there. Shimla is also well connected by road and daily buses go there from every major town.

Where to stay: Springfield's Shimla and Aamod at Shoghi. You can check out more hotel options here.

Attractions: The Ridge, Jakhoo temple, Christ Church, Tatta Pani River Rafting, Shimla Golf Course, Mall road.

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Photo of Nainital, Uttarakhand, India by Pritha Puri

Let's go back to the hill stations that we once visited when we were kids, I think it's time to go back there once again. Nainital used to be one of the most famous hill stations that people visited in India and then it became overly crowded. Over the years, Nainital has improved its infrastructure, yet maintained its old-world charm. In winters, the Naini Lake is surrounded by hilltops covered in snow and people tread along the old path doing their jobs. The little town is enveloped in misty silence and the only sound you will hear is the clinking of tea cups; pretty and surreal and among the best places to visit in India in January. Ready to go back to your childhood memories again?

How to reach: The nearest railway station is in Kathgodam, which is 34km away. Nainital is well connected by roads. The closest well-connected airport is Pantnagar Airport, which is an approximate one hour drive from the city.

Where to stay: The Manu Maharani and Soulitude by the Riverside. You can check out more stay options here.

Attractions: Naini Lake, Eco Cave Gardens, Shri Naina Devi Ji Temple, Naina Peak, Governor's house, Mall road.

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Photo of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India by Pritha Puri

One of the places to visit in January in india, Jaisalmer should be on top of your list if you want to experience true Rajasthani magic! The Jaisalmer Fort stands proud in the middle of this sprawling town and has some of the most amazing attractions hidden inside it. The fort in itself is like a maze where one turn will take you through tiny settlements with pink and blue walls. Typically every house is painted in a bright colour, which makes exploring the fort extremely fascinating. Jaisalmer is home to the Sam Sand Dunes, where you can camp and witness an exquisite night sky in the middle of the dessert! Apt for being called one of the best places to visit in India in January.

How to reach: The best way to reach Jaisalmer is to take an overnight train to Jaisalmer. The other way to reach Jaisalmer is by road. The nearest airport is in Jodhpur, 275km away.

Where to stay: Mud Mirror Guesthouse and Hotel Rang Mahal. You can check out more options here.

Attractions: Visit the Jaisalmer Fort, go for a thrilling desert safari, enjoy the sunset at Gadisar Lake, visit the numerous havelis around the town, go for some breathtaking desert camping.

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Photo of Ranikhet, Uttarakhand, India by Pritha Puri

Literally meaning the 'Queen's Land', Ranikhet has never been explored too much by any Indian traveller. There is always something so mysterious about this hill station that you will never be fully satisfied by just visiting its touristy spots. Walk down the narrow paths created by villagers, drink tea with the locals and keep your woollens handy because it's going to be awfully cold and snowy! Check out the Kumaon Regimental Center to see remnants of the World War.

How to reach: The best way to reach Ranikhet is by rail. It takes roughly about 5 hours to reach Kathgodam railway station, which is 60km away from Ranikhet. The nearest airport to Ranikhet is the Pantnagar Airport which is about 110km away and takes about 3.5 hours to reach.

Where to stay: Kalawati Retreat Eco Village Resort and Smith Villas Ranikhet. You can look for other stay options here.

Attractions: Chaubatia Orchards, Bhalu Dam, Ranikhet Golf Course, Mall road.

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Photo of Kalimpong, West Bengal, India by Pritha Puri

Kalimpong will forever stay our most favourable go-to spot in the North-East side of India. With its archetypal monasteries, little gompas and tiny bazaars spreading carefully in its sidealleys, Kalimpong will attract all kinds of travellers who want to take a break from the hustle bustle of life to enjoy themselves. If you are looking for a quiet yet fun best places to visit in January to enjoy the winters, then Kalimpong is the place for you.

How to reach: The nearest railway station is in New Jalpaiguri and from there you can hire a taxi to reach Kalimpong, which is 79km away from the town of Siliguri. The Bagdogra Airport is the closest to Kalimpong and lies 78km from there.

Where to stay: The Shire Kalimpong and The Hidden Gem Residency. Have a look at a range of other stay options here.

Attractions: Teesta River Rafting, Deolo Hill, Cactus Nursery, Thongsa Gompa, Jang Dog Palriffo Brang Gompa, Tharpa Choeling Gompa, St.Theresa Catholic Church, Neora Valley National Park.

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Photo of Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India by Pritha Puri

A tryst with history is what your holiday in Khajuraho and Orchha will be. Those who are very fond of historical details will specifically enjoy travelling to these two destinations, because they are home to the most sensual architecture ever created in this world. Khajuraho is 172km away from Orchha and on your way you will come across countless magnificent waterfalls and other beautiful sights.

How To Reach: Khajuraho has its own airport and the nearest railway head is in Mahoba, which is 63km away. Khajuraho is also well-connected by roads.

Where To Stay: Hotel Isabel Palace and Zostel Khajuraho. For other stay options, go here.

Attractions: Kandariya Mahadeva Temple, Matangeshwar Temple, Lakshmana Temple, Vishvanath Temple, Western Group of Temples, Parsvanath Temple, Chitragupta Temple, Devi Jagadamba Temple, Archaeological Museum and Raneh Falls.

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Photo of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by Pritha Puri

Discover marvellous Jaipur this January, and experience an enchanting winter exploring the streets and corners that most tourists miss out on. January is the best time to visit Jaipur because it is during this month that the Jaipur Literature Festival is held here. Renowned authors and speakers from all over the world come to attend and be a part of this festival. This is a fantastic opportunity for all reading buffs to meet their favourite authors. Besides this, Jaipur has rambling markets that sell some exquisite traditional goods. Visit the Amer Fort for the Lights and Sound show, which will leave you speechless!

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How To Reach: Jaipur is well connected, with its railway junction connecting with various major cities. It also has a good network of roads or national highways like NH 8, NH 11 and NH 12 connecting it to other places. It has its own airport called the Jaipur International Airport.

Where To Stay: Treebo Woodsvilla Suites and Hotel H R Palace. If you wish to check out more stay options, go here.

Attractions: City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Iswari Minar Swarga Sal, Royal Gaitor, Central Museum, Maharaja Sawai Mansingh II Museum, Nahargarh, Birla Lakshmi Narayan Temple and Galta.

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Photo of Udaipur, Rajasthan, India by Pritha Puri

'The City Of Lakes' as it is popularly known, is a spectacular option to pick from this list out of the best place to visit in January in india. Because it will not be hot at all during this month of the year and you can easily do all your sightseeing without sweating a drop of sweat. Udaipur is a fantastic place to visit in January in India because if you do not want to be completely involved in the traditional culture, you can always enjoy the European culture that has developed because of the increasing foreign tourists here. Pick a pretty rooftop cafe, bask in the sun and drink a hot cuppa coffee!

How To Reach: Udaipur lies on a vast network of rail that connects it to major cities and is well-connected by road too. It connects to Delhi and Mumbai by NH 8. Maharana Pratap Airport or the Udaipur Airport also has regular flights to major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Jaipur.

Where To Stay: Taj Lake Palace and Jaiwana Haveli. For more stay options go here.

Attractions: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jagdish Temple, Jag Mandir, The Monsoon Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Saheliyon-Ki-Bari and Bagore Ki Haveli.

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Photo of Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pritha Puri

For all mountain lovers who can never get enough of true winters, the places to visit in January in india is Manali! Completely covered in snow and disconnected from the world, Manali is a great choice for all those who want to spend some quiet time and get refreshed! When in Manali, experience the preparations for various local festivals and interact with those who do their daily chores without much difficulty in such extreme weather. If you're feeling adventurous, then you can head to Solang to ski or paraglide!

How To Reach: The best way to reach Manali in winters is by taking an overnight bus that takes about 12-14 hours depending on the condition of the roads. The nearest airport is Bhuntar, which is situated at a distance of 50km from Manali.

Where To Stay: Anantmaya Resort and Johnson Lodge & Spa. For more stay options go here.

Attractions: Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Hidimba Devi Temple, Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art, Manu Temple, Vashisht Hot Water Springs and Club House.

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Photo of Dawki, Meghalaya, India by Pritha Puri

Visit the little village with boats floating on crystal clear river water and enjoy a fishing trip out. Dawki is a remote destination in the northeast, but all efforts to reach this destination are absolutely worth it. If you are looking for offbeat, interesting places to visit in January in India then Dwaki will be the best destination for you. There isn't really much to do in Dawki besides enjoying the peaceful environment and spending time with nature.

How To Reach: Dawki is a small village very close to the Indo-Bangladesh border and reaching here is an adventure in itself. You will have to reach Guwahati either by air or train and then hire a vehicle to go up to Dawki since there is no railway station in Dawki. The closest airport to Dawki is in Guwahati which has direct flights to all major cities. Once you land, you can book a private cab or hop on a bus to Dawki.

Where to stay: Pormatin Homestay. If you're interested in camping, there are some interesting options available here. For more stay options go here.

Attractions: Borhill Falls, Umngot River, Jaflong Zero Point, Dawki Bridge, Kayaking, Zipline, Camping, Boating and Snorkelling.

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Photo of Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pritha Puri

Famous for its trekking routes, 100-year-old bungalows and the Chamunda temple, Chamba is an ideal holiday option in January in India. It will be cold, yet comfortable to travel to various places around it. If travelling to Chamba, you can also pay a visit to Manimahesh Lake, Kala Top National Park or the Khajjiar Lake in Khajjiar, which is popularly called mini Switzerland.

How To Reach: The nearest railway station is Pathankot, which is 120km away from Chamba. Chamba is well connected by roads, so you can take a taxi from the railway station to reach Chamba. The nearest airport to Chamba is the Pathankot Airport, at a distance of approximately 120km. Other than that, Chandigarh, Amritsar, and Kangra airports are also close.

Where To Stay: Rocks and River Homestay and H2O House. For more stay options, check this out.

Attractions: Bhuri Singh Museum, Akhand Chandi Palace, Chamunda Mata Temple and Champavati Temple.

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Photo of Santiniketan, West Bengal, India by Pritha Puri

If you are interested in exploring something new and exciting this winter, Santiniketan is a rather happening option on the list of place to visit in West India. If you're looking for something different and out of the box, then Santiniketan is the one for you. This place has a very important heritage value because the town belonged to the great Rabindra Nath Tagore himself. This town reflects the soul of Santiniketan and it is popularly called the 'sweetest part of India'. Stay here and enjoy your lazy afternoons reading literature that has been highly appraised all over the world and during the day, explore different parts of Kolkata!

How To Reach: Santiniketan doesn't have its own airport or railway station. The closest airport is the well connected Kolkata Airport or Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport. If you're travelling by train, Bolpur's railway station is the closest to Santiniketan. Santiniketan is well connected by roads, and there is no dearth of cabs or local buses.

Where To Stay: Cygnett Lite and Hotel Mira International. If you'd like more choices, click here.

Attractions: The Tagore House, Amar Kutir, Chhatimtala, Prakriti Bhavan, Udichi, Kala Bhavan, The Rabindra Bharati Museum.

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Photo of Gokarna, Karnataka, India by Pritha Puri

Winters are the best time to enjoy either snow or beaches! If you are not a 'mountain person', then beaches are what will make you the happiest! Ditch the overcrowded and over-hyped Goa this January and try something a little more refreshing. Gokarna is not very far from Goa, but it somehow still has not attracted too many tourists. The beaches in Gokarna are almost close to virgin and probably the most beautiful you will see on Indian west coast. Indulge in various water sports, lounge at the beach or explore the various pilgrimage sites, in this beach side paradise!

How To Reach: The nearest airport is in Goa about 140km away and the nearest railway station is in Ankola about 40km away. Gokarna is well-connected by road.

Where To Stay: White House Beach Resort and Namaste Samudra Yoga House. For more stay options, click here.

Attractions: Mahabaleshwar Temple, Maha Ganpati Temple, Koti Tirtha, Mirjan Fort, Half Moon Beach, Kudle Beach, Gokarna Main Beach and Om Beach.

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Photo of Gangtok, Sikkim, India by Pritha Puri

Covered in snow, and surrounded by Christmas trees tingling with fairly lights, Gangtok is the perfect place to enjoy the winter cheer. Perfect for places to visit in January in India for travellers who enjoy snowfall, because Gangtok will have plenty of it. You can also go around to the Nathu La pass, or visit the Namgyal Institute Of Buddhism, which is considered to be the largest institute in India for Buddhism studies. You can also drive to the Tsongmo Lake, which might just be absolutely frozen and a mind-boggling sight!

How To Reach: The nearest airport is in Bagdogra, which is 120km away. You can also take a train to New Jalpaiguri and then take a taxi from there to Gangtok.

Where To Stay: Amba Regency and The Di-Lac Retreat. For more stay options, go here.

Attractions: Rumtek Monastery, Hanuman Tok, Nathula Pass, Khangchendzonga Biosphere Reserve, Namchi, Khangchendzonga, Himalayan Zoological Park, Kabi Town and Tsomgo Lake.

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Photo of Hampi, Karnataka, India by Pritha Puri

Are you an adventurous person? Would you enjoy spending your day sweating it out climbing really big boulders and hanging off inclines? If your answer is yes then don't wait here and leave for Hampi already! Hampi in the winter months is the perfect climber's paradise, where you can meet many climbers from across the world. There are quite a lot of things to see here as well. Visit the well-preserved temples of the Vijaynagara empire. You can even take a boat ride in saucer-shaped little boats!

How To Reach: The Hampi nearest airport to Hampi is Hubli Airport, which is about 144km away. If you're travelling by train, get a train to Kariganuru instead of Hampi which is about 10km away. Regular buses ply to Hampi from all major cities.

Where To Stay: Evolve Back and IroomZ Hampis Boulder Resort. For more stay options, go here.

Attractions: Vijaya Vittala Temple, Sri Virupaksha Temple, Hanuman Temple, Hemakuta Hill Temple Complex, Sasivekalu Ganesha Temple, Lakshmi Narasimha Temple, Queen’s Bath, Daroji Bear Sanctuary and Hampi Bazaar.

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Do you have more places that can be added to this list? Let me know by commenting below or create your own listicle of the best places you'd like to visit this year.

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