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6 Places in India You Can Chill Always, Literally!

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Are you cryophilic? Do you love the cold? These 6 places in India are best to visit when it’s freezing. Check out what HolidayIQ travellers have to say about these places.

1. Tawang: For snow all year round

Tawang: For snow all year round Share source: commons.wikimedia.org

HolidayIQ traveller Sumit Sen says "Tawang which would otherwise be disconnected from the entire world is linked to the main state of Raunchily with the Sela pass. As you head towards Tawang you have to cross this pass. The scenic beauty of this place is one of its kind. It is one of the highest passes in the country which remains mostly covered with snow almost round the year."

2. Hemkund Sahib: This Gurudwara is surrounded by SEVEN snow-clad peaks

Hemkund Sahib: This Gurudwara is surrounded by SEVEN snow-clad peaks Share source: commons.wikimedia.org

HolidayIQ traveller Kamal Rao says "After taking a dip in the holy sarovar and praying gurudwara my soul feels enlightened. This is an awesome place to visit, gurudwara is surrounded by seven hills covered with snow."

3. Leh: The Frozen Pangong salt water lake

Leh: The Frozen Pangong salt water lake Share source: commons.wikimedia.org

HolidayIQ traveller Sanjay Gupta says "Very scenic and different landscapes. The only challenge is lack of oxygen level in the body when you arrive here. Pangong lake and Nubra valley are just breathtakingly beautiful."

4. Kargil: Feel the spirit of being Indian

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HolidayIQ traveller Navneet Lath says "Kargil is the best way to know about patriotism. Every Indian has to go and watch the limits of our army power, it's really a great experience. The evening session of Kargil Museum is really great."

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5. Munsiyari: Trekking in the snow is something else!

Munsiyari: Trekking in the snow is something else! Share source: commons.wikimedia.org

HolidayIQ traveller Tania Mukherjee says "Munsiyari is surrounded by snow peaks and it is every mountain lover's paradise. It is a breathtaking location famous for the sunset. I hiked up the Maheshwari Kund."

6. Yumthang Valley: Snow and Maggi, it’s always a win

Yumthang Valley: Snow and Maggi, it’s always a win Share source: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ traveller Tania Mukherjee says " Don't miss Zero Point. Its 40mins journey from Yumthang valley. Snow & Maggi was a great combination at Zero Point! enjoy. You will never forget your time here!"

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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