November is the time for beautiful weather in India with clearer skies and cooler winds.
In September monsoon starts bidding India goodbye and winter enters by the month of November, neither the summer heat nor the winter snow with no monsoon rains making it a great time to visit India.
If you are planning a vacation in the coming month than don’t forget to see our list of ten places to visit.
Tourist season is off till October in Goa, due to heavy monsoon rains and opens in November. All festive events warming up after monsoon Diwali, Christmas and New Year’s eve must be experienced in Goa.
We usually avoid visiting Rajasthan in summers due to excessive heat in deserts, but it is a must visit place in winters. In November sands get a bit colder and you can enjoy desert Safari, have a lovely walk around palaces and forts of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Udaipur are most visited places while Pushkar Camel fair, Bundi Utsav, Matsya festival are not to be missed.
November is the best time to visit Kerala, with its greenery. The weather is perfect for boat rides in the backwater, tea plantation trips, and festivals.
4. Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
If you are a wildlife lover then Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is a place never to be missed. November has the best weather with neither monsoon nor the chilly winter of Uttrakhand.
You can explore the park by riding an elephant or in a jeep. It has the Bengal Tigers and very rich flora and fauna.
5. Amritsar, Punjab
The best time to visit Golden Temple in Amritsar is in November because of Guru Nanak Jayanti being celebrated. It is one of the most colorful festivals of Amritsar.
The decoration and glittering lights of Golden Temple in November is a must to see event, when thousands of believers from across the globe gather here.
6. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
November is the time for Diwali and Varanasi becomes the best place to witness the festival. The firecracker and firework over the Ganga on Diwali are fabulous.
There is a special Ganga Aarti and ghats are illuminated with diyas that are floated in the river. The vibrant Diwali and Ganga Mahotsav is not to be missed cultural event.
The best time to see the capital Delhi is in November when the weather is at its best, neither hot nor chilling. Along with visiting historic monuments, you can also enjoy Diwali Bazaar and annual Dastkar festival of Lights Diwali Mela.
8. Sundarbans, West Bengal
Monsoon leaves the eastern part of India in October, and weather becomes so pleasing for tourist. You can enjoy the flora and fauna of the Sunderbans and the beauty of the raw forest without any hassle.
Not only you will have a comfortable day trip in the dense forest but also you will have the better wildlife animals sighting as they come out from the dense forest and bask in the sun on the river banks.
9. Kutch, Gujarat
The Rann Utsav last for two-three months from November to February when you can indulge yourself and feel the Khusbu of Gujarat (the smell of Gujarat).
You can do Paramotoring, Meditation, Rifle-shooting, Atarazing. jungle safari, bird watching, and sightseeing along with others.
10. Shillong, Meghalaya
India has joined USA, Japan in having a Cherry Blossom festival. This festival included beautiful cherry blossoms along with it there is live music, tribal dance performance, stalls for local wine and crafts. Overall it is the best time to enjoy the festival and trek Meghalaya.