Come November, and one can clearly feel the nip in the air. This month brings the first whispers of winters. The whole of North India experiences cold and pleasant weather, thus presenting the best time for exploration. South India, in contrast, is less cooler than the rest of India, and many visit it to enjoy its beautiful beaches, temples and other attractions.
The best places to visit in India in November include the beaches and of course, the hills awaiting snowfall. Blessed with warm waters of Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, Goa, Andaman, Lakshadweep, Pondicherry, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka enchant the visitors. The season is ideal for exploring the treasure of history and heritage in Khajuraho, Hampi, Ellora, Ajanta and other UNESCO listed heritage sites. The desert state, Rajasthan, enjoys pleasant weather, thus inviting travelers to check out its myriad charms. The trekking trails of Western Ghats are particularly fascinating for the adventure they provide.
These are the places you can head to for your honeymoon tours, family vacations or tours with friends and family. Explore the various attractions and fascinations of India with attractive tour packages. From Rajasthan Holidays to Kerala Tour Packages, each one of them promises a unique experience. What is more, you can also choose from a variety of customized tours that allow you to plan your journey as per your own convenience.
Delhi, the national capital, is a repository of history and culture, having once served as the capital of the Mughals and the British. From majestic monuments like Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb to the winding lanes and by lanes of Old Delhi, which attracts tourists for its delicious cuisines and bustling markets, this city never stops surprising you.
Goa is where exciting parties are held and life is celebrated. Its home to some of the most incredible beaches in India and showcases a fascinating heritage evident in its churches and forts. While the spice plantations offer a unique experience, wait till you visit the casinos. Adventure and fun, it’s all here.
Visit Kerala, to explore its timeless backwaters, to experience the age-old authentic treatment of Ayurveda, to wander about its hill stations and to do much more. Know what is special about “Sadhya”, and why the beaches here are ultimate oasis of solitude. You will know why it’s called “God’s Own Land”.
Settled comfortably in the lap of Himalayas, Manali is where you experience sightseeing and adventure on a large scale. Delightful weather, lush dense forests, historical remnants like the Naggar Castle and curious spiritual structures like Hadimba Temple and charming valleys, a moment of boredom is not to be had here.
Pushkar is a sacred land, and is pervaded by spirituality. A famous Hindu pilgrimage town, it houses the only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma in the entire world. Its main attraction is the Pushkar Lake, apart from the numerous temple scattered around the town. It also hosts the Pushkar Fair, one of the world’s largest cattle fairs.
Rajasthan is all about splendor and opulence, a glorious heritage, fabulous palaces and forts, a fascinating folk culture and a timelessness which endears itself to everybody. Here, you come across sights such as the Lake Palace and Mehrangarh Fort. Camping in the sand dunes of Jaisalmer to witnessing exotic wildlife at Ranthambore, there is regality in abundance.
Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world. Seated by the banks of the River Ganga, a particular spectacle here is the Assi Ghat, where the “aarti” is an alluring sight. There is the Kashi Vishwanath Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. No visit is complete without a dip in the Ganga River.