Once Diwali celebration is over, winter arrives in India. The season of winter comes with a coffee break, the most-awaited time of the year for Indians. Though, the present generation is fond of round-the-year coffee intake. India is full of tourist destinations where sipping of coffee is like drinking to the bliss and beauty of nature on wintry days. Indian Eagle shares some coffee travel ideas to let you get the best of your visit to India in winter.
Tea may still be the ruling flavor of dating in the countryside, but coffee is the choice of urban lovers on dating in India. If you are a romantic, sip into coffee and drink to romance with your spouse during a visit to India in the season of winter. Twilight is the most romantic time of the day. With the sunset in the backdrop, live the fleeting moments of twilight over a mug of coffee with your partner at such tourist destinations as Goa, Ooty and Coorg where nature makes itself felt overwhelmingly. Each sip of coffee is full of romance on the beaches of Goa, and the rolling fields of Ooty. It will be your best coffee dating in lifetime. Mount Abu is another romantic destination for coffee travel amidst hills in India.
A morning without a cup of coffee feels dull to many a traveler. If you are in the habit of welcoming the morning sun with sips of coffee, visit Darjeeling in West Bengal, or the hill stations of Maharashtra. The morning sun penetrating the veils of mist will greet you and add to the warmth of your hot coffee on wintry days at these hill stations. Just feel the moment when the snow-capped Kanchenjunga peak glitters like a huge piece of gold in the rays of the morning sun, and you warm up yourself with sips of coffee while catching an eyeful of the beauty through the window of the room. Matheran, Mahabaleshwar, Panchgani, Lonavala, Khandala, Dapoli and Amboli – the hill stations around Mumbai – offer the same ambience on the days of winter.
The warmth of coffee during snowfall is like a thrilling sensation that runs like a shudder throughout the body. If you are looking to spend your winter holiday at such tourist destinations where snowfall is a common natural phenomenon at this time of the year, visit Shimla, Kulu and Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The snowy beauty of these hill stations in the Himalayan regions of India will make your coffee more stimulating in winter. Lie back on an easy chair, hold a mug of warm coffee, take gentle sips, and look through the window glass how nature plays with ice balls when snow falls. These Himalayan hill stations are among the best coffee travel destinations in India.
Coffee can also be best enjoyed as a taste of adventure on the backwaters of Kerala, the Dal Lake of Kashmir, or the sands of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner are close to Thar Desert in Rajasthan where winter feels like an icy sting. Coffee is better than the best means to evade the biting winter wind at these destinations of Rajasthan. The joy of drinking coffee in the comfort of a houseboat on the Dal Lake of Kashmir or the backwaters of Kerala is an inexplicable feeling that you will surely preserve as a souvenir of your visit to India for lifetime. Travel to these destinations in winter and have the best coffee of your life.
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