Planning a tour this season? Well, India is full of interesting beauties where one can revel in the lap of nature, explore the marvels of the bygone era, get lost in the tranquillising spaces of hills, and a lot more. So, if you are all set to go on a domestic trip in November, then here is the complete list of the best places you can choose to visit. The list includes historical beauties, modern cities, ancient towns, and natural wonders that boast every kind of attraction. So, let’s dive now and learn about these gorgeous places.
If culture and history are your priority on your travel tours, then you must plan an excursion to Varanasi, one of the oldest inhabited places in the world. Varanasi is believed to have been in existence since the Vedic Age and hence, has interesting legends to listen to.
Though it is a pilgrimage town for Hindus on account of the holy river Ganga and its beautiful temples, it is frequented for several other reasons too. Apart from relishing divinity, you also have culturally-rich corners to look forward to.
With a history of over five centuries, Orchha is an ancient town in Madhya Pradesh and harbours a significant landscape dotted with architectural marvels. Visit it and find the walls of Jahangir Mahal, Chaturbhuj Temple, and more whispering the chronicles of the golden past.
The town lights up with natural hues at the time of dusk and hence, calling it a photographer’s go-to destination would be alright. You can book flight ticket to Gwalior and then drive down for about three hours to reach Orchha.
How about some peace and serenity this November while you stroll above clouds in the most pacifying territories of Uttarakhand? If yes, then plan your trip to Landour right away. A cantonment town tucked away in the lushness of hills, Landour offers an untroubled environment.
Visit it and soothe your nerves as you go for morning walks, capture the sun setting behind towering hills, and enjoy tea sitting by deep valleys. Landour is located at a 3 hour drive from Dehradun Airport.
Manali has been one of the most popular hill stations in India for decades. And that’s the reason it is one of the few places that remain crowded with travellers from around the world every season.
But if you want to experience silence in the hills and zero chaos in your surroundings, then November would be a perfect time for you. Apart from hills and winding roads, it has temples, waterfalls, hot springs, lakes, and skiing centres to indulge in.
The age-old kingdom and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire back in the day. Today, it is known for its beautiful monuments that showcase the best of rock-cut artistry, intricate patterns, and designs.
Get ready to travel back in time as you witness out-of-the-world architecture at Hampi. Do try a coracle ride at the lake here. It is surely going to be a unique experience for you.
Lazing by a beach while bathing under the warm sun could be your best holiday activity while in Varkala. This coastal town is located in Kerala and boasts of some great wonders including sandy beaches, cliffs, hills, and more.
Though it was famous for its temples a few decades ago, it has become a resort town today. People come from every corner of the world to revel in its palm-covered red cliffs and sandy shores. The nearest airport from Varkala is located in Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala.
The ultimate party destination in India and the all-time retreat for night owls, Goa is a year-round destination. And hence, you don’t need any specific time to visit it. The kind of high-spiritedness you are going to encounter here is peerless.
Chill out at pubs and cafes and enjoy water sports in the sea waters. Unleash the hippie in you and embrace the party mode. Goa is all there to calm your mind, body, and soul and keep you energetic all the time. It also has beautiful forts, churches, waterfalls, markets, and temples to look out for.
So, all set to book trips to these wonderful places this season? Get set go!