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Ring in Christmas Festal Cheer as You Drive Across North India

Christmas is that time of the year when you rejoice happiness! And it’s natural to think of an eventful holiday to spend your Christmas better. But if you are looking for some offbeat destinations or the ones which will enhance the spirit of festivities for you, then we suggest heading towards the North of India. India believes in unity in diversity and therefore celebrates every festival (be of whichever religion) with zest and zeal. From Diwali to Christmas, Eid and Dussehra, you will find people uniting and celebrating these with equal fervour. And this is what makes Northern India a must visit for a fabulous vacation time during the festivals.

The northern side of India is blessed with some enchanting natural sceneries. You will also find the attractive and phenomenal monuments of the past beautifying the cities and adding to the persona. And this is not all, if you are looking for a divine journey with a religious perception, then the temples, churches, gurudwaras, and mosques situated here are something worth checking. With these, you can well imagine why we are suggesting you take a road trip here.

Important things to keep in mind while traveling to North India:

  • Best time to travel to north India — The North of India is gleaming and glowing the entire year, but it is always best to spend your winter holidays in North India. The weather is entirely cool, and everything is clear and open for the tourists to explore during this season.
  • Types of visits recommended— Adventurous, historical, religious, sightseeing, and offbeat.

Spend an exotic Christmas holiday in the North of India.

Driving in the winter season is specifically a very distinct experience. But if you want to enjoy your Christmas and winters in the most excellent way, then the northern side of India would fulfil your desires. You would be spoilt for choices amongst the famous cities and the prominent centres in this part of India. So, let’s take a dip in awesomeness as we head for the road trips in North India during the Christmas celebration.

1. New Delhi

The Capital of India tops the list of the best places to visit In North India during Christmas holidays. The entire charm and aura of this place is totally exceptional. The famous monuments here like the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Jama Masjid, etc. are the jewels in its crown. But you’ll be totally captured by the beauty of the Churches here and the way they are adorned during the Christmas times. Even the famous local market of Delhi — Chandni Chowk speaks of festivities as you’ll find the Christmas accessories, other handcrafted items, and scrumptious delicacies at tempting rates sold here. Well, in short, a detailed trip to the nook and corner of this city provides you a wonderful experience of the Christmas celebration in Delhi.

2. Agra, Uttar Pradesh


Want to enjoy the most dramatic Christmas vacation in India? Well, head towards Agra in Uttar Pradesh. Visit the world-famous Taj Mahal, click some memorable pictures with this classy monument, and head towards Fatehpur Sikri. The important shrine and the local bazaars here are sure to bring good luck and a happy charm filling you up with positive vibes. Isn’t that what we all look forward to as the year draws towards the end?

3. Auli, Uttarakhand


For sports lovers, adventure freaks, and snow obsessed travellers, Auli in Uttarakhand is one of the best tourist attractions of North India. It’s famous for the natural beauty that is so very much a permanent part of this place. And yes, when you are heading here in the Winters or during the Christmas, you will witness lots of snow to give you the chance of skiing here. Apart from it, get on to the topmost peak of Auli, the Trishal Peak, to get a captivating view of the beauty around.

4. Ladakh

Hemis, Ladakh

Can you forget the heaven on Earth, Jammu & Kashmir when you are taking a trip to North India during Christmas? Well, the beauty of this State doesn’t need any introductions and definitions. But yes, today we are talking about the best destination to check in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh. They call it an explorer’s best dream. The mesmerising beauty of this place, the enchanting mountains welcoming you, the snow filled peaks providing a beautiful view, and the lakes and rivers are just a small part of what you will see when you visit here. Apart from this, the heavenly beauty of Ladakh isn’t explainable in words. And if you are heading towards this magical location during Christmas, you almost start to believe in Christmas stories with childlike innocence — you can imagine seeing the reindeers flying and the sledge of Santa arriving.

5. Amritsar, Punjab

amritsar, Golden Temple

Well, did we forget Punjab while we were describing the best places to visit in North India during the Christmas time? Well, Punjab is known for its zest and zeal, enthusiasm, and warm friendly people. Head to the city of Amritsar. especially for the fascinating Golden Temple. Not just during Christmas, but you’ll see this temple decorated perennially and providing food to the common people throughout the year (not to mention food for the soul too). Wouldn’t it be great if you get some blessings during this auspicious time of the year?

6. Manali, Himachal Pradesh


We call it India’s honeymoon capital! Manali can certainly be called as one of the best hill stations in North India. Visiting during Christmas will definitely add to your pleasant travel experience. From quaint little temples to silent Churches, glorious meadows to charming waterfalls, and those sombre snow-capped mountains, everything is totally magical here. You wouldn’t want to go anywhere else once you visit Manali during the end of the year.

7. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Shimla Christ Church

Christmas in Shimla has a wonderful charm. The town with the rich and colonial history celebrates this festival with lots of vigour and enthusiasm. From the natural sceneries and the iconic heritage buildings, primitive looking marketplaces and the buzzing cafes, everything is neatly washed in snow. And the chill in air in the most romantic thing to experience here.

We know the above list is charismatic in itself, but this isn’t all! You can visit some more marvellous locations in North India like Kausani in Uttarakhand if you want to enjoy Christmas celebration on the magical hills, Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh for exclusive skiing experience, Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand to view some exotic flowers, the magnetic city of Chandigarh in Punjab, and more. In a nutshell, you won’t find a single moment of boredom and lack of things to do during Christmas when you are headed towards these locations. And if you rent a car from Revv in North India, then the trip would be all the more comfortable and convenient.

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