Warm Places To Visit In India In December 2022 

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It’s true, during the month of December, tourists, travellers and most of us are in search of spectacular winter destinations covered in a pristine blanket of snow, vibrant panoramas and chilly air. The month of December is synonymous with winter – it’s the year-end, the festive season and all in all pleasant throughout the country, making it the perfect month to plan your holidays. Although we definitely get the hype of snuggling in the blanket, cosying up in front of the fireplace and reading your favourite books – we say this December, why not plan a holiday that is slightly different? 

We understand that winters are not for everyone – layering up and the constant cold weather can really wear you down. So, beat the winter blues and welcome the sunny hues this December. Looking for some heat? We got you! Take a look at a list of relatively warm places to visit in India in December. 

Warm Places To Visit In India in December


The tropical environs of the coastal state of India bloom even brighter under the wintery sun of December. This state experiences some of the highest temperatures during the summer months; when the scorching sun bids adieu to the bay, it leaves behind a trail of warmth that is simply unmissable. And even though during the winter months, there’s a subtle chill in the soothing breeze, the beaches are just a smidge colder, Goa is still one of the warmest places to visit in December. Whether it is the vivid nightlife of North Goa or the mellow mood of South Goa, this coastal paradise is sure to please all. 

If you are looking to chill, relax and rejuvenate by the beach, whilst enjoying the beautiful sunsets and the slightly misty air, we definitely recommend one of our favourite destinations – all year round. There are ample of things to do in Goa, regardless of when you go, from the flea markets at Anjuna Beach to the cascading Dudhsagar waterfall, to the iconic Chapora fort, Goa doesn’t fall short. 

Image - The serene Beaches of Goa

Rann of Kutch

Kutch is one of the hottest cities in India, which witnesses melting temperatures, however, in December, its temperature drops, making it pleasant. Its handicrafts and handlooms, along with its sheer beauty, are well known throughout the country. During the month of December, this deserted area of salty marsh enjoys subtle winters; it is warm when compared to the rest of the country. 

Stretching across the north and east of Kutch district, the Rann of Kutch attracts tourists from all over the world, especially during December, given the festivities of Rann Utsav – a 3-month long annual festival that celebrates Kutch’s diversity, art and culture. The white sands of Kutch sweep across the lands as does its calming aura. Moreover, Kutch’s charm is not only limited to the Rann Utsav but so much more! Many ancient temples are housed here, and beaches such as Mandvi beach remain tourist favourites. 

The beautiful scenes of Kutch

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

The stunning pictures of Andaman & Nicobar Islands seldom do justice to the sheer beauty of this destination. This cluster of islands is paradisiacal in every sense of the word. The clear blue waters, the golden sands of the beach, and the abundance of aquatic life coupled with varied water sports, altogether make these islands a must-visit destination, at least once in your life. The distinct culture, diversity and language of the Andamanese people are still intact and can be seen even today.

This tropical paradise enjoys subtle winters that offer the best of both worlds – the sun and the breeze. The mornings here are punctuated with the sun rays slicing through the windows, whilst the nights end with a refreshing breeze, making it one of the best warm places to visit in India in December. Whilst here, you can indulge in watersports like scuba diving, snorkelling and much more. The centre of the island Aberdeen Bazaar is the centre point here. Make sure to enjoy a beautiful sunset at the Chidiya Papu

Image - Andaman & Nicobar Islands
The panoramas of Andaman and Nicobar Islands


Sectioned into 2 different parts – The White Town and The Heritage Town, Pondicherry certainly has a lot to offer. The union territory of India enjoys scorching temperatures during the summers, but come December, Pondicherry dances to the rhythms of the winters. The shift is noticeable and definitely unmistakable. Still one of the warm places to visit in India in December, this former French colony holds loads of secrets. Its rich history is visible in the vibrant pastel bylanes of the White Town, whilst the Heritage Town boasts a spread of traditional activities. 

The White Town echoes distant murmurs of the past, be it with the signs, the shops or the architecture. The distinct structures and intricate buildings are bound to leave you awestruck. Evenings here can be spent by Rock Beach, as the sound of the crashing waves keep you company. Or you can also enjoy this soundscape whilst relishing burgers at Le Cafe – a quaint beachside eatery. The Sir AuroBindo Ashram attracts tourists from across the world and might interest you as well. 

Image - Pondicherry's serene bylanes
Pondicherry’s serenity will steal your heart


The city of dreams and the city that never sleeps – Mumbai is a city that experiences relatively warm temperatures throughout the year, making it one of the warmest places to visit in India in December. Mumbai is a city that will simply take your heart. The city’s skyline glimmers under the crescent moon, and shines bright during dawns. The jaw-dropping architecture in South Bombay has to be explored; wandering through the streets of Fort, amidst the refreshing breeze is sure to charm you. 

The beautiful beaches and the glittering shoreline all together make for a holiday to remember. Juhu Beach is known for its delectable streetside food, whilst Marine Drive is famed for its gorgeous sunsets that are instagram-worthy. Gateway of India is a gem on its own, it twinkles at night, and is decked up with beautiful lights. Sure to leave a mark, Mumbai even with its crowds, traffic and uneven roads will keep you coming back for more. 

Mumbai’s iconic Gateway of India

So are you ready to beat the winter blues and head over to these warm places?

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