Enjoy This Christmas At The Beautiful Place in India

Enjoy This Christmas At The Beautiful Place in India

December is the best month, do you know why? It is the end of the year, which gives a feeling to start something new. It gives us a chance to do all the stuff which we won’t be able to make in the entire year, and most importantly, this is the month of vacation because of Christmas.

Yes, Christmas comes with a holiday of almost ten days. And, being a mother of two, there could be nothing better than this. It’s that time when everybody is preparing for the most cheerful celebration, decorate Christmas trees, and do shopping.

In India, Christmas is a great time of dazzling lights, Christmas Star, cupcakes, chocolates, wine, sharing and adoring, fun and spending time with close one and so on due to having lots of holidays. It gives us a chance to travel and get a mini trip around the country.

Are you pondering where to go in India at Christmas? Rather than sitting at home this Christmas Eve take yourself, and your family goes on the trip around the most beautiful places of India where it is celebrated with full zeal. There are many beautiful places which you can consider for this Christmas getaway. Most popular places for Christmas holidays in India are Goa, Bangalore, Daman & Dui, Shimla, Chennai, Sikkim, Dadra and Nagar and Ooty etc.

How is the festival of Christmas celebrated in India?

Christmas in India is not only celebrated by Christians, but it becomes a mass festival. Visiting church becomes very popular. The street is decorated in bright lights and colors. Children sing the song of Jingle Bell.

The dining experience and wine make an essential piece of the festival, where cakes and candies are served. You can discover numerous lavish lodgings, Santa Claus visit, and get to gather at every house. The ritual of having a glass of wine is also popular at this festival. And, there are many more things people love to do and vacation is one of them.

Well, see which places you can visit during Christmas:



What places to visit here?

The Church of St.Anne, The Basilica of Bom Jesus, The Church of Our Lady of Rosary, The Se Cathedral, and many more.

Goa is a famous name in the best places to visit. No matter what the time is, you can go there. The first name everybody recommends at the time of Christmas festivities is also Goa. Portuguese culture developed the Christmas celebration at this place. People from the state and tourists love to worship in Goa and singing songs of happiness. The entire city brightens up with sparkled lights.

What places to visit here?

Thavam Church, Basilica of Our Lady of Dolours, Santa Cruz Basilica, St.Francis Church, and many more.

Kerala is a tranquil and immaculate spot known for Christmas festivities in India. It is the place of peace where sea shores pull in sightseers for Christmas festivities. Kerala is known as God’s very own nation, as it is the perfect spot to appreciate the festivals in nature’s lap. Temples in Kerala will gleam in lights and give the right vibes of Christmas.

What places to visit here?

Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, St.Thomas Cathedral church, Mount Mary, St. Michael church, Gloria church, and many more.

Mumbai, it’s not just the dream city but, it is also the city where every festival is celebrated with a boom. The town will sparkle in lights during the Christmas with most extreme festivals. Friends get to gather in bars and clubs. The city is loaded with cupcakes and muffins. Mumbai is the best spot for Christmas festivities with loaded with choices to appreciate a great deal. So, you can choose to go there.


Christmas in ShillongWhat places to visit here?

Mary Help of Christians Cathedral is the most popular place to go there.

North-East India is the best area known for Christmas festivities, and Shillong is the one which is the most popular spot for Christmas festivities. The temples of Shillong are the best places to look for the most extreme Christmas festivities. Here you will get common cooking styles and the gospel music groups.

Daman and Diu:

Christmas in Daman and Diu

What places to visit here?

St.Paul Church, Bom Jesus church, Our Lady of the ocean, St.Francis of Assisi church, Our Lady of the sea, and many more.

Portuguese affected Daman and Diu is the most exciting city in India, which is the most popular for celebrating the eve of 25th December, aka Christmas festivities. It is known for its social shows during Christmas.  The places of Daman and Diu sparkling with lights and lamps look genuine and alluring at Christmas.

Manali in Christmas
What places to visit here?

Gilgal prayer house Church, Arcot Lutheran Church, and many more.

This Christmas, Manali can be the best place to visit. The temperature would be in minus, and it will be filled with ice. During December, the Manali locale will be loaded up with a full day off.

Christmas in this snowfall locale is the best activity to witness. Playing with snowballs and getting a charge out of the earth of Christmas with X-mas trees, candies, Santa Claus will get another cherry over your cake.


Banglore in Christmas

What places to visit here?

Francis Xavier’s Cathedral, Infant Jesus church, Mark’s Cathedral, St.Mary’s Basilica, St.Patrick’s congregation, and many more.

The city attractions of Bangalore will get twofold during Christmas. The shopping centers of Bangalore offer incredible limits and arrangements during Christmas. The avenues of the city will be appealed with splendid lights and numerous nourishment.

So, these are some places which you can visit during Christmas. So, have fun and enjoy it.

Merry Christmas!

Pic Credits: Google

December 23, 2019

11 Replies to “Enjoy This Christmas At The Beautiful Place in India”

  1. Amrit Kaur says: December 29, 2019 at 3:24 pm

    ManAli would be a great place to spend Christmas and New Year Eve this time. I wish I could be there this time.

  2. Shalu says: December 29, 2019 at 4:50 am

    I have seen the Christmas at Daman (the old town, not the popular hotels etc), and it’s one of the best experiences i have had. I for sure wants to take my kids too there someday soon.

  3. Tina Basu says: December 29, 2019 at 4:48 am

    Such a wonderful list is this. Next year I would love to visit Manali or any other place in HP for a white covered Christmas

  4. Jhilmil D Saha says: December 29, 2019 at 4:01 am

    This is a very nice informative post. I would like to add Kolkata too with the crlebration to its full glory and visitors from all over the world at places like Park Street and Bo-Barracks.

  5. Debidutta Mohanty says: December 29, 2019 at 1:53 am

    This comprehensive list of places would definitely help to decide where to head on Christmas holidays. Thanks for sharing it.

  6. Neha Sharma says: December 28, 2019 at 9:44 am

    Goa & Daman and Diu are on my list of places to visit during Christmas and New Year. Hope to visit one of these places during next Christmas holidays.

  7. Anahita Irani says: December 28, 2019 at 9:11 am

    Just two days back I visited The Mount Mary Chrch in Bandra Mumbai. It was indeed a beautiful experience. Would love to visit Shillong during Christmas season some day

  8. Deepika says: December 28, 2019 at 8:05 am

    Thanks for the list of the places we can visit in the Christmas vacation. I will refer the list when ever I plan for these places in future.

  9. Pragnya Mishra says: December 27, 2019 at 11:38 am

    I have been to few places mentioned and this post gives me idea where to spend next few years with kid.

  10. Varsh says: December 27, 2019 at 11:15 am

    Your post with it’s beautiful pictures added to the Christmas cheer! Such lovely decorations and so many different places to visit. It sure is a magical time!

  11. Shilpa Garg says: December 27, 2019 at 6:46 am

    During our stay in Mumbai, we have been to Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount at Bandra once. And it was an amazing and beautiful experience. I still remember the way this old church was decorated during that festive season.
    Would like to visit Goa during Christmas some day 🙂

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