Places to Visit in Month of December in India, Places for December Month

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Kutch Gujarat: Spend a Night under the Arms of Moon

Kutch is a must visit place, enriched with culture and vivid ethnicity. Traditions can be found in many variants, depends on the geographical conditions. Every community deals with the separate type of culture, tradition and get ups. Around 45000 sq km of area is covered by the line of Tropic of Cancer from Kutch, Gujarat to the border of Pakistan. Great Rann of Kutch flashes itself in a light blue panorama in the moonlight whereas stunning beaches also there in Madavi, Kutch. Dholavira is the place where ancient sign board is protected under the government protection. Spend some of your time there and try to decode the meaning of signs.

Goa – The Party Paradise

Sightseeing of picturesque landscapes of Goa with beautiful beaches and green hills renders the ultimate peace and therapy to your senses. Sunset offers a harmonious view of sunlight spills on the beach waves. The party capital squeezes out the utmost beach fun and allows you to visit UNESCO declared world heritage sites like famous churches and historical buildings. It’s ‘Celebrating time’ for Casino lovers as this heaven place holds numbers of famous floating Casinos in India. Relish the variety of seafood and explore interesting Portuguese history of Goa.

Mangalore, Karnataka – Exploring the beauty of nature & cleanliness

The place is famous for its marvellous beaches. The second speciality is the cleanliness of this city which shifts it to the finest cities in India. The places is amazingly famous for its vivid tourist places like Gokarnatheshwara Temple, Mangaladevi Temple, Surathkal Beach, Panampur Beach and St. Aloysius Church. This coastal city is mapped between Western Ghats & Arabian Sea. The city has the powerful and royal history background with the empires of Kadambas, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas, Vijayanagara as well as the Portuguese & British.

Thrissur, Kerela – The cultural Capital

The place is well known as cultural capital of Kerala. Thrissur has the bright future as well as the fine history in the terms of cultural heritage and archaeological structures. This place also captures the rich history in the terms of the kingdom of Zamorins of Kozhikode, Tipu Sultan, European, Dutch and British. Vadakkunnatham Temple, ShakthanThampuran Palace, ParamekkavuBagavathi Temple, Archaeological Museum, Chettuva Backwater and Snehatheeram Beach are the most famous tourist spots in Thrissur, Kerala.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam – A true residence of wildlife

Kaziranga is a soul-arresting attraction which beckons a visit. The park is leading with 2/3rd part of the single horn rhinoceros. The place is also declared for the tiger reserve area in 2006 and holding the highest density among tiger protected areas. Sighting of tigers is not a guarantee from National Park as it is difficult to see tigers in long grassy areas. The park is evidencing for the large number of mammoths, hippos, Rhinos, wild buffaloes and swamp deer. Almost 30% of a population of wild animals has been increased from the year of 1991.

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Ranthambore, Rajasthan – Jungle of Tigers

It’s a perfect place where you can enjoy in the month of December. Ranthambore National Park situated in SawaiMadhopur, which is just at the distance of 130 km from Jaipur. The Maharajas of Jaipur declared this place for their hunting hobby due to a large number of species of deer and leopards found here. In the year of 1974, the government declared this as a reserved place for tigers. Ruins of bygone eras, you can explore in many terrains of this park. In the daytime, you can also get the chance to be in the contact of tigers. Internal transportation and accommodation are the special additives to accomplish your wildlife visit.

Konark, Orissa – The spiritual spot

The place itself speaks its meaning. Konark is the synonym of sun and the place is undoubtedly popular for Sun Temple. The location also performs well as the place is situated near the Bay of Bengal. The city is literally famous for its ancient temples and monuments. The place is hugging the ruins as well as archaeological assets in its lap. An unacquainted Buddhist place, naming Kuruma is just at the distance of 8 km from sun temple, from where the archaeological experts can collect huge information about the history of Asoka and Ceylon. Some of the most famous places in Konark are Ramachandi Temple, Archaeological Site Museum and Astranga.

Murudeshwar, Karnataka – Land of Temples

This is a place, where the second largest statue of Lord Shiva has been instituted for the pilgrims and tourists. It is believed that Lord Ganesha set him up and tricked him to give up the Shiva Ling and Lord Ganesha situated that Linga at Gokarna. Full of anger, Ravana tried to uproot this Linga and during this process, the Linga got broken and the broken part fell in KandukaGiri, where the Murudeshwar temple was built for the same reason. The most famous tourist attractions in Murudeshwar are Murudeshwara Beach, Netrani Island, Kethapayya Narayan Temple, Statue Park and West Coast Adventures.

Patnitop, J & K – Capturing the sense of Sightseeing

Patnitop is the town located in the lap of valleys and hills of J & K. The place is popular for its picturesque terrains and landmarks. It is situated at the distance of 47 km from Udhampur and 111 km from Jammu. Town of Kud&Batote is situated in the nearby location. You can taste fresh patisha(a sweet) from the town of Kud. The interesting locations to visit by tourists are Shivgarh Pine forest, Devi Parvati place Gourikund, Engraved stairs and sightseeing is the best pleasure you can take. Accommodation is real easy and comfortable as numbers of resorts and hotels are serving the visitors.

Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu – Evidencing God

This is one of the oldest city in India, located in Kancheepuram district. The incredible and ancient temples of Mamallapuram are evidencing its beauty and spiritual charm. Carved sculptures and monuments are enhancing the charm of this vibrant city. Clan of Pallava ruled this city in the ancient time of Ist century-140 AD. Numbers of stunning and sacred attractions are available in this city, out of them most famous are Lord Vishnu Temple Thirukadalmallai, Cave Temples, Arjuna’s Penance Place and PanchRathas.

Jodhpur: The Sun City

RaoJodha, director of Rathore Principalities founded this place in the year of 1459. The landscapes of forts are panoramic and impressive. The place has many stunning forts and places, satiate your wish to engage with the kingdom of past rulers. Mehrangarh Fort and JaswantThada are the best places to visit in Jodhpur. Spiritual visitors also can head for UmaidBhavan Palace, AchalNathShivalaya, Baba Ramdeo Temple and ChamundaMataji Temple. Shopping for Chillies, Bandhini and ethnical footwear will be the mesmerising experience for tourists.

Kohima, Nagaland – An adventurous destination

Craving to know about Kohima? Meet strange and typical system of agricultural method “Alder based jhum cultivation” and get lost in the sightseeing of Khonoma. Going to the peak, heightening itself to 3048 metres from sea level also the sightseeing place and attraction for trekkers and adventure lovers. Cathedral of Reconciliation is a church, symbolises the architectural and spiritual beauty of Kohima . Other points of interests in Kohima are War Cemetery, Bara Basti, Dzukou Valley-Stunning Landscapes and State Museum.

Auli, Uttarakhand – Place for Skiing sport

Are you planning to visit a destination where you can enjoy skiing and other snow sports? Auli is the destination where you can enjoy that kind of fun. Snow-capped mountains are the USP of this place. Thrilling natural views and landscapes mesmerise you with its untold beauty. The place has earned the name of famous hill resort because of the training ground of Indo-Tibetan security force. Locals of this place are blessed with the visit of Shankaracharya. Skiing can be performed best in the month of December, January and February.

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh – City of Nawabs

Lucknow is the city of “Nawabs”. This is the place, where you can count numbers of historical buildings & monuments and explore the historical architectural science with a realistic view. “Bara Imambara” is the most famous place in Lucknow and was built in the unique style in 1784 by Asaf-ud-Daula. Many of the Muslims come here to visit and celebrates the festival of Muharram. Other attractions, you can visit are British Residency, ChattarManzil, Jama Masjid, Rumi Darwaza, MotiMahal, LakshmanaTila and HussainabadImambara.