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Where is hot in November

There is no dearth of holiday destinations in South India if you are looking for hot places to visit in India in November. Even as the first whispers of winter are felt in the northern regions of India, the southern coastal area remains blessed with warm sunshine. Lolling for adventure, beach vacation, family holiday, honeymoon, relaxation or just an escape from daily schedules, we have a list of best places to go in November in India.

 The beaches are blessed with warm waters of Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Goa, Pondicherry and Kerala enjoy a soothing weather. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka enchant visitors with treasure of history and heritage. For the offbeat tourist, Andaman and the Lakshadweep offers the typical tropical holiday with the incredible opportunity of marine explorations. The snow-free trekking trails of Western Ghats also feature among exciting winter holiday destinations in India for adventure lovers. 


Warm Weather Destinations in India in November

Goa

The lure of a holiday in Goa is undeniable in the winters. November is just the start of the tourist season and it is best that you visit before the crowds arrive. The relaxed vibe of Goa is responsible for it being one of the desirable holiday destinations in India. Goa offers diverse possibilities when it comes to what type of holiday you wish to spend. For relaxing choose to indulge on the superb stretch of beaches. Try adventurous sports or city tours and excursions. The churches and the colonial homes offer insight into the colonial times. The secret backwaters, villages and spice plantations are an escape from cities. Not to miss is the tempting nightlife. Pubs, beach shacks, casinos and whatever you wish for is right in Goa.

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Andaman

Ready for tropical vacation in November? Pack your bags to visit Andaman. The archipelago nestled in the middle of Bay of Bengal is an unexplored paradise. It is home to golden beaches, scenic landscapes, gorgeous sunsets, and one of the richest ecosystems in the world. The cluster of over 570 tropical islands, of which only 36 are inhabited are perfect for honeymoon couples, families and even adventure lovers. Unforgettable memories are a part of Andaman holiday. Be it a lazy afternoon on a hammock on Asia's best beach, the Radhanagar Beach. For the adventure aficionados, there is an array of thrilling water sports or a challenging trek. Your Andaman visit is likely to be packed with a range of interesting experiences.

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Kerala

Kerala is one of the rare all-season destination in India. If you are looking for warm places in India in November for your holiday, Kerala definitely tops the list. From palm-fringed backwaters to sun kissed beaches, this state in South India offers myriad experiences. The vast coastline offers numerous beaches to relax and try adventure sports. The backwaters can be explored by houseboat rides. Do not miss the rejuvenating sessions of Ayurveda. There are also an array of cultural experiences. Even the wilderness excites you to go exploring. A visit to Kerala will definitely leave you with a lot of warmth from both inside and out. Don’t miss out on the sumptuous Keralan cuisine when you visit ‘God’s own Country’ in November.

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Gangtok

Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim, is a place enveloped in clouds. Here, the glitz and glamour of the modern age, ranging from shopping complexes to cyber cafes, attract their fair share of tourists and admirers. For spending a casual day and simply chilling out, visit MG Marg – the country’s first litter and spit-free zone. This is the perfect time to take a ride on the bi-cable Zig-back ropeway and get outstanding views of the Khangchendzonga Range, apart from an overview of Gangtok’s Town and the valley below. This wonderful town is also home to several monasteries, one of the most important of which is the Enchey Monastery. It hosts “Chaam” or religious mask dance performances every year round January. A 20 minutes’ drive from Gangtok takes you to Bakthang Water Falls.

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Pondicherry

As the calendar turns its page to November your holiday plans feature shores. Pondicherry suffused with a unique colonial charm is a beautiful beach escapade. The town is reminiscent of the days of yore when French settled here to trade spices and other goods. An amble down the streets is almost identical to any French colony with grid patterned streets still retaining their French names. Even the official language is French and there is a separate French quarter too. However, Pondicherry is renowned for its Sri Aurobindo connection. Many international travelers come here to attend the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and live in experimental city Auroville. Beaches, monuments and museums are some of the top things to do when you book Pondicherry tours. Do not miss the French delicacies.

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Karnataka

Come November and the weather takes a delightful spin in Karnataka. The coastal state has a welcoming vibe this entire month. There are more than enough reasons to keep you tempted. The picturesque beaches of Gokarna are crowd free and full of surprises. The old beautiful relics of Hampi, Bijapur and Badami are intriguing to explore. Mysore, the princely state offers a relaxing escapade from the fast city life of Bangalore. Bandipur National park thrives in adventure. The hills of Coorg are wrapped in fog and adventures. Holidays in Karnataka are a mix of adventure, nature, wildlife, spirituality, religion, monuments, shopping, and lip-smacking food. Have a good time exploring the multifaceted pleasures of the state.

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Mahabalipuram

Ready for a history lesson this holiday? Mahabalipuram is the perfect place to be. Sited adjoining the Bay of Bengal, on the Coromandel Coast in Karnataka, witness the legacy of incredible architecture. Listed amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mahabalipuram is the edifice of architectural excellence of the Pallava dynasty. November is the perfect time to plan your visit. The balmy breeze from the sea makes the weather delightful. The major attractions are the Shore temple, Pancha Rathas (Five Chariots), Varaha Cave and Arjuna’s Penance. Marvel at the fine artistic work on granite. There is plenty to see, explore and experience during your Mahabalipuram Tours. Witness grandeur of olden days and take home valuable lessons.

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Sunderbans

The end of monsoon in November creates the perfect opportunity to visit the Sunderbans. The cluster of low-lying mangrove forests in the Ganga delta of Bay of Bengal come to life post monsoon. The unique ecosystem offers one of rich wildlife habitats in the world. The lure of Sunderbans tours affects only the nature lovers and adventure aficionados. The major draw is the wildlife safari. Cruise on the waters, walk through untouched wilderness and get to experience wildlife in their natural habitats. According to reports there are around 270 Royal Bengal Tigers and an uncountable species of migrant water birds. Take a break from cities and spend time in the heart of natural bliss.

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Varanasi

As old as time, Varanasi over 5,000 years old, it is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. Though there is no particular time to visit, Varanasi in November is charming. Situated on the banks of the holy Ganges, it is one of the holiest city of Hindus. The sights, smells and sounds though overwhelming, are the source of salvation. For an incredible experience of Varanasi, take a boat ride along its surreal Ghats early in the morning. The sounds of rituals, temple bells, chants, invocations creates an otherworldly charm. What not to miss in Varanasi is the Ganga Aarti. Every evening huge brass lamps are used for a ritualistic offering to the River Goddess. The streets of the city is where lies the main attraction. Go exploring the temples.

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Jaisalmer

Though the chills of winters are felt in November, the month also warms your heart with the thrill of holidays in Jaisalmer. Nestled on the western frontiers of Rajasthan, the Golden City is a beautiful Rajputana province in the middle of the desert. Whether you dig adventure or are a die-hard history buff, Jaisalmer has enough to woo the explorer in you. Start with exploring the Sonar Quila, the looming Golden Fort. There are ancient Jain temples which boast of excellent architecture. Do not miss the Gadsisar Lake. Sand dune bashing, desert camps and safari are other thrilling activities. Spend the night by the bonfire and the sky full of stars. It will be an unforgettable memory of Jaisalmer.

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Mumbai

During the British Raj, Mumbai was the ‘Gateway to India’ for the monarch. Nowadays, it is the ‘city of dream’ and the ‘financial capital of India’. It is home to India’s richest personalities, Bollywood stars as well as Asia’s largest slum. Indeed, here in Mumbai different worlds coexist jostling with each other thereby concocting a unique cocktail. There are plenty of things to do in and around Mumbai and the warm weather in November is ideal for that. Besides Dhobi Ghat and Dharavi tour in Mumbai, excursions to Elephanta Caves and Ajanta and Ellora Caves are some of the most sought after excursions from Mumbai. Setting your base at the city go exploring the other delights of Maharashtra.

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Pushkar

Thinking of places to visit in November? You just cannot miss Pushkar. The religious town in the heart of Rajasthan is a wonderland in November. The lure of Pushkar this month is the celebrated Camel Fair where around 50,000 camels take part. Undoubtedly one of the best things to see in Rajasthan, it is claimed to be one of its kinds in South-East Asia. These camels are dressed in colorful ornaments and clothes. The ‘ship of the desert’ are exhibited, take part in race and traded as well. Visitors from all around the world fall in love with the desert charm. Revel in the perfect combination of desert landscape, divine intonation, and festivity.

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Orissa

Settled along the Bay of Bengal, the coastal state of Orissa is a wonderful tourist destination in November. The balmy weather continues this month, creating the perfect opportunity to go exploring. The ancient land with rich history and natural beauty lures tourists for many reasons. Architectural wonders and heritage sites offer breathtaking views. The beaches and natural wonders add to a wholesome experience to the tourists visiting. The ancient temples, Jagannath Puri Temple, Konark temple, etc. are more than an association with religious beliefs. Their architectural splendor reflects the marvelous skills possessed by the artisans of the land. One of the top things to do in Orissa in November is attend the Puri beach festival. Do not miss the creation of the famous international sand artist.

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Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh is a place immersed in various myths and legends, and traces its history back to 2000 years. Also known as the land of tigers, it possesses the highest density of Royal Bengal Tigers in the world. One comes across an amazing variety of wildlife like the Indian bison, nilgais, chital, wild boars etc., as well as several species of birds like brown fantails, green pigeons etc. Another attraction here is the Bandhavgarh Fort, which, being 2000 years old, is home to several endangered species of vultures in India. This park is also dotted with several wildlife attraction spots. Here, you would also like to visit Shesh Shaiya. It’s a 65ft long idol of Lord Vishnu which lies horizontally on a seven headed serpent, situated on the originating point of the River Charan Ganga.

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