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Top Places to visit in November

November marks the arrival of winters in India. Just the time when you hear the news of fresh snowfall in the north. Well its been long that you felt the winter chill, as summers in India often stay long. In November, when the hill stations of the north receive their first snowy spells, the south gets covered with a mystical covering of nature.

Duly noted that you would love to snuggle up in your warm cosy bed in this cool weather with your spouse. But here is the catch, why not try getting naughty with the virgin nature as you strip its raw beauty one by one, and your spouse will not feel jealous at all. To fulfill your nature’s fantasy, we offer to you some of the hottest tourist spots in the country, the beauty of which is simply enthralling and captivating.


Top Destinations to visit in November

Rajasthan

The concept of “India and its cultural...

The concept of “India and its cultural diversity” would be vague if Rajasthan never existed. This state is royal, splendid and magnificent having sun kissed deserts, Rajput forts flaunting its grandeur with its fine intricacy, vibrantly colored ghagras spelling magic, ghumar  (folk dance performed by women) and when there is something left in the canvas the background music from Kamaicha, Moorchang and dholak will surely fill your heart  with bliss.

Goa

Set yourself for Goa where you can let your soul...

Set yourself for Goa where you can let your soul wander freely and not care about the apocalypse or whatever happens to the world. Goa is about beach, parties, amazing night life and everything that makes the human existence feel enlightened.  Doesn’t matter if you love to splurge in casinos or walk barefoot on the beaches, you will have your share of fun. Goans streets are filled with young and enthusiastic tourists all year round.  Rent a car, scooty or bike and just go exploring with the people you love. 

Kerala

The land of endless greens and blues, Kerala is haven...

The land of endless greens and blues, Kerala is haven for soothing your senses. November is a perfect season to plan your holidays. The beaches are charming, the hill stations misty and exciting. Houseboat cruises on backwaters, safaris to national park, visit to roaring waterfalls, walk around tea gardens, and many other experiences please visitors. Try watersports, indulge in pampering Ayurveda sessions, mouthwatering cuisines, cultural performances, and more. Form history to natural beauty, from luxury to eco-friendly vacations, Kerala is blessed with it all.

Andaman

Heavenly islands settled in the middle of the...

Heavenly islands settled in the middle of the expansive blue Bay of Bengal is one of top places to visit in November. The island archipelago has blessed sights, interesting things to do and other cherished experiences. Start with Port Blair, where you can explore the sights and try some exciting sports. From luxury resorts to serene isolated beaches, Andaman is haven perfect for family vacations, couples on honeymoon and even the solo backpackers. The shores captivate your hearts, the underwater world is an experience to cherish and a holiday here.

Gangtok

The capital of the north Eastern province of Sikkim,...

The capital of the north Eastern province of Sikkim, Gangtok is a travelers’ delight. Come November and the faint whispers of winters are here. Cold winds, with mists and even snow are soon to arrive. The mountain town is blessed with undisturbed view of the Mt Kanchenjunga and other snowcapped peaks. The fluttering prayer flags atop the monasteries are truly blissful to see. Enjoy the bliss of nature, of incredible sights, thrilling experiences. Frozen waterfalls, snowy mountains, lush valleys and adventures await!

Khajuraho

The fine masterpieces of erotic sculptures Khajuraho...

The fine masterpieces of erotic sculptures Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh is a treasure of Indian heritage. November is the best time to plan your trip. The weather is soothing as winters are making its way. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a marvelous creation of Chandela Dynasty dates back to the 11th century. Only 22 of the 85 temples survive, while rest remain in ruins. Explore the popular temples, the sandstone sculptures and relive the glorious olden days.

Mumbai

The charm of Mumbai is timeless but November truly...

The charm of Mumbai is timeless but November truly enhances its lure. With winters approaching, the city that never sleeps is amazing for visitors. There is history to explore, architectural marvels to marvel at, scenic beaches to enjoy, exciting nightlife, shopping, dining and other amazing experiences. Attend the host of art festivals and other events on the calendar. Relax by the Arabian Sea, strolling through the sandy shores or the Marine Drive. Taste some delightful dishes from the varied gastronomy.

Rishikesh

Although Rishikesh is great the year round, the best...

Although Rishikesh is great the year round, the best time to visit it is in the month of November. This is the time when the weather is extremely pleasant and presents the perfects setting for engaging in activities like yoga, meditation and Pranayama. This is the time to go on long treks and discover the various charms of nature at close range. This is also the time to view the fascinating wildlife and engage in adventurous activities.

Delhi

Delhi is one of the best places to visit in November...

Delhi is one of the best places to visit in November in India. The whispers of winters have reached the capital city of India. The weather is perfect for exploring the architectural and cultural heritage of the city. There is no dearth of historical monuments to visit. From the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Rashtrapati Bhavan India Gate to recent Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, etc. go exploring. The variety of food in Delhi is enough to please the appetites of the die-hard foodies. Street shopping and the nightlife are equally appealing. Pack your bags and visit Delhi this November.

Varanasi

One of the oldest cities in the world, Varanasi is a...

One of the oldest cities in the world, Varanasi is a highly sought after pilgrimage destination. It’s famous, among other things, for its bathing ghats along the Ganga River. However, the best time to enjoy all that this city has to offer is during the month of November. This is when you should visit the various bathing ghats like Assi Ghat and Dashashwamedha Ghat. With the weather on your side, you can also embark on a temple tour. The joys of shopping, too, are best experienced during this month.

Hampi

This village in Karnataka has left and continue to...

This village in Karnataka has left and continue to leave the travelers spell-bound. Located amid the ruins of Vijaynagara (listed in UNESCO world heritage site) Hampi was caused by a lot of volcanic activities which leaves the area look arid. But the Tungabhadra River is skirted by palm, mango and banana trees, totally contradicting the aridness. You can spend days praising the beauty of the place, but it would never be enough to totally grasp the serenity and haunts of the ruins. 

Auli

Auli is famous for being the skiing destination of...

Auli is famous for being the skiing destination of India, and attracts visitors for its picturesque beauty the year round. However, the best time to visit it is during the month of November. The mountain slopes are covered with just the right amount of snow which makes skiing a thrilling experience. The thrill of a gondola ride is also best experienced during this time. This season presents the perfect natural conditions for sightseeing and viewing the magnificent sunrise.

Udaipur

The City of Lakes, The Venice of the East and many...

The City of Lakes, The Venice of the East and many such beautiful names have been given to Udaipur, one of the most romantic places in India. November happens to be the best time to visit Udaipur owing to pleasant weather, allowing the travelers to explore this city at ease. Besides five glimmering lakes, Udaipur’s colorful cobbled streets, opulent palaces, and temples make many people skip a heartbeat, which makes it among best honeymoon destinations in India in November.

Karnataka

A true wonder of its own kind, Karnataka is one of the...

A true wonder of its own kind, Karnataka is one of the best places to visit in November. The beautiful state is blessed with beaches, hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, UNESCO heritage sites, ancient temples and a lot more of delights for visitors. The weather is at its best and you can have a fun time exploring. From sightseeing, relaxing, adventure to some of the most memorable experiences, get ready for it all!

Jim Corbett

Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is one of...

Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is one of India’s oldest sanctuaries for wildlife. The home to Royal Bengal Tigers and many other species, it is full of thrilling adventures. November is truly an exciting time to pay a visit. The weather is pleasant and not too cold. Safaris are exciting as you get to spot wildlife easily. Spot animals, birds of every kind and the natural beauty of the forest. Plan a thrilling adventure amid wilderness.

Chennai

The capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is one of the must...

The capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is one of the must visit cities in South India. Snuggled on the Coromandel Coast, along the Bay of Bengal the city is a mix of ancient and the modern. The city has both the remains of the colonial days mixed with the contemporary. There are beautiful beaches, ancient temples, historical monuments, shopping areas, dining places, etc. Learn about the heritage, experience the myriad of delights and have a great vacation.

Mussoorie

As the calendar moves to November, the cold gusts of...

As the calendar moves to November, the cold gusts of winters makes it way to the mountains. Nestled 2000 m above sea level, Mussoorie is a popular tourist destination in Uttarakhand. November is a good time to visit, the weather is perfectly blissful. Snow can be seen on the horizon. Go for walks on foggy roads enjoying the wonderful background. Go sightseeing to attractions such as Bhadraj Temple, Christ Church, The Mall, etc. Visit the Happy Valley populated by affable Tibetan refugees. Take a cable car ride on the ropeway. Cloud End and Lal Tibba are blessed with delightful views.

Kutch

Kutch, one of the most ecologically diverse districts...

Kutch, one of the most ecologically diverse districts of Gujarat, showcases the best of its culture. The unique salt marshland is white as far as the eye can see mirroring the beauty of the open skies. The best time to visit this destination is during the month of November. During this time, the region hosts the Rann Utsav festival. Stretching to months, the festival celebrates Kutch’s heritage, its music, dance and crafts. Tourists can enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty of the region with the ethnic heritage.

Munnar

Munnar is famous for its soothing climate, extensive...

Munnar is famous for its soothing climate, extensive tea plantations and picturesque towns which captivate a tourist the moment he sets his foot here. During the month of November, the entire landscape here appears quite surreal. The fog gently hovers above the indifferent mountains while the tea leaves put on a dance of joy. This is the time to visit the various other attractions in this place, from Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty and Pallivasal, to the unique Tea Museum.

Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, is a World Heritage...

Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, is a World Heritage City which displays the best of Gujarat’s traditions and culture. The city prides itself on its beautiful lakes, spectacular monuments and excellent museums. However, the best time to explore this city is during November. This is the best time to indulge in sightseeing and absorb the beauty of the city. Some of the major attractions worth visiting here are Sabarmati Ashram, Science City, Kankaria Lake and Sarkhej Roja, besides many others.

Bodhgaya

Bodhgaya in Bihar is one of most sacred of Buddhist...

Bodhgaya in Bihar is one of most sacred of Buddhist pilgrimages in India. The town is visited by believers throughout the year but November is quite special month. As the winters are here, the weather is cold. The Mahabodhi Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where Lord Buddha is said to have attained salvation is the landmark of the town. Ascetic monks, some from Dharamshala are seen in the complex meditating and spreading their spiritual wisdom.

Ranthambore

Hills, crags, rivers and lakes, you will come across...

Hills, crags, rivers and lakes, you will come across them all in Ranthambore, which once served as the private game reserve of the Royal House of Jaipur. This is where one witnesses the Royal Bengal Tiger in all its glory. However, November is the best time to view the flora and fauna of this national park. Enjoying a safari experience this time of the year lets you witness some of the most exciting wildlife. Crocodiles, wolves, Nilgai, langur – it’s a privilege to watch nature in its raw, and finest, form!

Agra

Agra, once the capital of the Mughal Empire, is...

Agra, once the capital of the Mughal Empire, is synonymous with the Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world. However, the best time to witness its surreal beauty is during the month of November. You should visit this fabulous structure, made of pure white marble, during this time. The other magnificent monuments worth exploring are Agra Fort, Jama Masjid and the historic city called Fatehpur Sikri, which consists of gardens, harems, planned roads, mosques and utility structures.


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