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Where you should Go in January ?

 A few places to visit in January in India that get better as the winter season peaks. The lush green environs breathe life around, and the chill in the air infuses positivity, which makes India an ideal destination to explore in the month of January. Be it walking on the frozen lake in Zanskar, or beholding the magnificent Republic Day parade in Delhi; sailing over the turquoise water in Dawki or attending the coveted Jaipur Literature Festival India presents the best of the best in January.

Zanskar, Jammu And Kashmir

Zanskar Valley Tourism, Yearly tourists for adventure, nature and Himalayan lover get on their trip to these tourist places in Himalayas. In current past, Zanskar Valley has actually begun getting sufficient interest from tourists of all walks of life around the world. Many thanks to the much preferred Chadar trek where walkers walk over the frozen Zanskar River, now a days you see vacationer’s impacts in Zanskar even in winter’s months. If you planning to explore Le Ladakh contact Swan Tours to help you to plan tour trip to Zanskar Valley in Ladakh, Swan Tours one of the best Zanskar Valley travel guide based in Delhi, India.

For those seeking a complete Zanskar Valley travel guide, the team of Swan Tours, brings for them a brief recap on the valley’s should check out tourism locations, preferred traveler attractions, best things to do and a lot of recommended lodging alternatives to stay. We likewise have an ongoing bargain wherein we are providing most affordable holiday plans for prominent vacationer destinations in the state of Jammu & Kashmir; those interested are most welcome to contact at our helpline numbers and publication most financially rewarding of the bargains. Needless to say, having an experience in the travel market for over a decade, visitors can be well-assured of our world-class services and hassle cost-free arrangements, be it for sightseeing tours, getting needed vacationer authorizations, lodgings or airport transfers.

However Zanskar Valley tourismZanskar is the preferred traveler location still due to the large location that is made lovely by numerous hues, the distinctive vegetation and fauna and also the incredibly variant type of weather conditions. There are 2 main branches of the Zanskar River; one is Doda which has source near Pensi-La as well as moves southern eastwards to get to Padum and also the second one is created by 2 tributaries called Kargyag River and also it has source near Shingo La.

Jaipur

Jaipur is a vibrant amalgamation of the old and the new. Also called the Pink City, The capital of the royal state of Rajasthan, Jaipur has been ruled by Rajput kingdoms for many centuries and developed as a planned city in the 17th century AD. Along with Delhi and Agra, Jaipur forms the Golden Triangle, one of the most famous tourist circuits of the country.

With the old city surrounded by walls and gates decorated with drawings on the backdrop of a beautiful pink hue, Jaipur, the pink city successfully manages to retain its old world charm. Home to a few UNESCO World Heritage sites including Amer Fort and Jantar Mantar, Jaipur is home to many magnificent forts, palaces, temples and museums. Jaipur is filled to the brim with bustling local bazaars where you can shop for local handicrafts and trinkets to your heart’s content. Popular bazaars in the city include Bapu Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar and Johri Bazaar. Jaipur is also very well known for its local food and the most famous dishes include the Ghewar, Pyaaz Kachori and Dal Baati Churma.

One of the largest cities in India, Jaipur is also home to all the modern amenities with some of the most exotic hotels and resorts in the world. The city boasts an international airport and is also very well connected by rail and road. The metro, local buses, shared tuk-tuks, auto-rickshaws and taxi aggregator apps including Uber and Ola solve the commute problem in the city quite comfortably. It’s quite interesting to see the highly urbanised pockets and shopping areas have casually sprung up beside gleaming forts and palaces.

Majestic buildings, tales of heroic battles, resplendent forts and palaces, and multi-faceted characters, Jaipur has long been one of the shiniest cultural jewels in the history of the Indian subcontinent. With friendly people known for their hospitality, Jaipur offers a plethora of options for travellers.

Kutch, Gujarat

The Kutch region of Gujarat is sometimes described as India’s “wild west.” This immense stretch of largely barren and harsh desert landscape apparently spans more than 40,000 square kilometers, and is one of the country’s largest districts. Its name, Kutch (or Kachchh), refers to the fact that it alternates between wet (submerged during the monsoon season) and dry.

Much of Kutch consists of seasonal wetlands known as the Great Ran of Kutch (famous for its salt desert) and smaller Little Rann of Kutch (famous for its Wild Ass Century). The Great Rann, located in the far north, borders Pakistan and occupies a part of the Thar desert which also extends into Rajasthan. Hence, Kutch is comprised of many migrant communities from not only Pakistan (Sindh) and the Marwar region of Rajasthan but also further afield, including Persia (Iran). Kutch was ruled by the Jadeja dynasty of Rajputs, one of the oldest Hindu dynasties, for hundreds of years until India became a republic.

Mamallapuram-Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Mahabalipuram, earlier known as Mamallapuram is one of the most beautiful cities of South India. It is named as Mahabalipuram because the demon king Mahabali was defeated by Lord Vishnu. Mahabalipuram is situated on the Coromandel Coast, facing Bay of Bengal. 

Mahabalipuram is special because of its beautiful temples and of rock, rock cut caves, strives of ious structures and artistic bas reliefs. Mahabalipuram is also known as an ‘open air musuem‘. These creative and stylistic qualities were preserved by the Pallava kings Narsimha I and Rajasimha and one enjoys them even today. 

Mahabalipuram looks beautiful not only because of its majestic architecture, but also because of the vast casuarines trees the silvery sandy beaches and the handicrafts made and sold there. Anyone who visits Mahabalipuram remains intoxicated by its splendor

Sirpur Chhattisgarh

Sirpur has a rich background of traditional cultural heritage and architecture. The archaeological remains are still a pride for this region. The Buddha Viharas in Sirpur are older than Nalanda. The town of sirpur has been mentioned in ancient epigraphic records, dating back to the 5th to the 8th centuries A.D. Drained by the pristine waters of the Mahanadi and facing the Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary on the Northeast, Sirpur is a small town, 84 kms from the capital, Raipur. Moving along from Raipur, one reaches Arang, from where one goes to Tumgaon. A road from here leads northwards, to Sirpur. It is an enriching experience to see how life goes on in these quiet villages, without getting affected by the hustle – bustle of the outside world.

Chhattisgarh was the region known as Dakshin Koshal, which finds mention in both the Ramayana and Mahabharata

How to get here ?

BY AIR

Nearest airport is Raipur (84kms) Connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Nagpur, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Ranchi, Vishakhapatnam and Chennai.

BY RAIL

Raipur is the nearest Railway station on the Bombay- Howrah main line Mahasamund is the nearest railway station on the Raipur- Waltair line.

BY ROAD

Regular Buses from Raipur and Mahasamund to Sirpur. Taxis are available at Raipur and Mahasamund.

Dawki, Shillong

At a distance of 30 km from Mawlynnong, 57 km from Jowai, 71 km from Nongkrem, 80 km from Shillong, 84 km from Cherrapunjee, 95 km from Mairang, 172 km from Guwahati, 205 km from Kamrup, 223 km from Morigaon, 265 km from Barpeta, Dawki or Dauki is a small town in West Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya. Situated on the banks of Umngot River, it is one of the beautiful places to visit in Meghalaya.

Sandwiched between India and Bangladesh, Dawki is a border town in Jaintia Hills. It is also a major center of trade between India and Bangladesh. Dawki-Tamabil is one of the few road border crossings between India and Bangladesh which is mainly used for coal transportation to Bangladesh and also other places of India. The crystal clear Umngot River of Dawki is a major attraction that marks the natural separation between the Khasi and Jaintia Hills.

Besides being a trade hub, this small town is known for its immense natural beauty. Umngot River, Umngot Bridge, Jaflong Zero Point and Burhill Falls are the major places to visit in Dawki. Dawki is an ideal spot for camping and adventure water sports like snorkeling, kayaking and boating in Umngot River. Visitors can also take part in other adventure sports such as rappelling and zip-line here. The town attracts large number of tourists especially in the month of March-April as it hosts the annual boat race on the Umngot River.

Guwahati Airport is the nearest airport which is about 190 km from Dawki and has well connected flights from Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai and Jaipur. Guwahati Railway Station is the nearest railhead which is about 172 km from Dawki. It is well connected by train with all major cities of India. About 80 km from Dawki, Shillong Bus Station is the nearest major bus station which is well connected by road with Guwahati, Silchar, Dharmanagar and Karimganj. Dawki is connected by state buses as well as some private buses to Shillong and Guwahati. Alternatively, one can also rent a cab or motorbike from Shillong or Guwahati to experience one of the finest rides in the country.

There are few guest houses and camping sites available at Dawki for the tourists. However, Shillong should be the preferred location for accommodation as it is a major tourist center with many suitable options for all budgets. One can visit Dawki as a day trip from Shillong. Dawki can be visited all throughout the year but the best time to visit is from November to May.

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