Seven Alluring Destinations To Spend Your November Holidays

India is not only known for its unique culture but also for its beauty and rich heritage which attract travellers from all over the world. Around 1.69 million tourists visit India. Usually, travels have a genre; some likes to visit for the culture and some want to relish the beauty of nature, and India never disappoints its visitors because of its numerous destinations to explore. Every destination has a specific time to visit; it is not only for the traveller’s safety but for their experience as well. So, here we are going to tell you about the places to visit in November.

Places to Visit in India in the Month of November

Jaipur (Pink City)  

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Jaipur is the amalgam of the traditional and modern era. It is the capital of the sovereign state Rajasthan where you can witness the lifestyle of Rajputs who ruled the land for a thousand years. Jaipur comes under one of the most famous circuits of the country that is Delhi – Agra – Jaipur. A city which represents the rich culture of maharajas surrounded by the forts, gives you beautiful memories to cherish.

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Jaipur is famous for its forts and hand-made crafts and regional food.  For shopping, you can visit Bapu bazar, Johari bazar and Tripolia bazar where you can appreciate the creativity of local artisans. Popular dishes like Kachori and Dal Baati Churma make Jaipur the perfect place for food lovers. Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort etc. in short, it is a city of forts that can keep you engaged for a good 2-3 days. If we talk about connectivity, then reaching Jaipur is very convenient. Jaipur has its airport for international and national flights and within the city, auto e rickshaw, ola, ubers are available. Exotic hotel, beautiful forts, tales of ancient battles and yummy food all make Jaipur is the best place to visit in November.



If the bag packers are looking for a vacation to relax and enjoy sunbathing, the nightlife and food, then Goa is one of the best places to travel in November. Goa is located on the southwestern coast of India, which is highly famous for its beaches and cheap priced alcohol. There are so many beaches that, in 5 minutes of travel, you could find a new beach with a completely new vibes. Goa provides you with the opportunity to do paragliding, scuba diving and snorkeling. In short, it is a place for adventurous junkies, to die for. Local transportation has made it easy to explore the beauty of Goa.

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You can rent bikes or scooters, and if you are planning to go with family, then you can opt for a car. People visit Goa for fun, and the fun is incomplete without trying your luck. You can play games here -blackjack, stud poker, rummy on the beautiful cruise ship casinos. Travellers can also visit old Goa to know how Goa looked like centuries ago. For shopping lovers, Anjuna market features the best shopping destination in Goa. From clothes to home decor, everything is available here, in Goa’s markets.


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Uttarakhand is commonly known as Devbhoomi or the Land of Gods because the two sacred rivers Ganga and Yamuna originate from it, and Nainital is one of the favorite tourist places of Uttarakhand. It is one of the best places to visit in winter where you can actually enjoy the charm of the city in snowfall.  Eye-shaped lake surrounded by the mountains attracts travellers the most. Not only you can row a boat there but you can also visit the Tibetan market, cave garden snow-view and Nainital zoo. Nainital is 321 kilometers from Delhi. The most convenient way to reach Nainital is by road. It is the type of hill station that is surely going to leave a lasting impact on every traveller’s mind, body and soul.


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Agra is the home to one of the 7 wonders of the world-The Taj Mahal. It is a crowd-pulling factor that makes it one of the places to explore in the month of November. Agra is located on the bank of the Yamuna River, and it comes under the famous circuit of India that is Delhi – Agra- Jaipur. Tales of history, romance and architecture form the perfect combination to make it a tourist place that people love to visit. Agra is also famous for other stuff like food, including lassi and the popular pethe. There is one more fort near Agra in Fatehpur Sikri which is a gem for all the history buffs. There is a lot of history associated with Fatehpur Sikri fort.


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Dalhousie is a hill station in Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. People usually visit there to escape from the summer heat, but they are unaware of the hidden beauty of Dalhousie in winters. Dalhousie is situated on five hills, and it is 1,970 meters above sea level. It is said that Dalhousie was the favourite summer destination for the Britishers. If you can travel some more distance, then you can also visit Khajjiar, which is commonly known as mini Switzerland. Khajjiar is a massive ground surrounded by mountains. Earlier, there was no place to stay, but after becoming a major tourist spot, many hotels have been established there. It is 560 kilometres from the capital, and there is no route for the train; travellers have to visit by road.



Auli is for those who are looking to spend their winter vacation amidst the beautiful mountains covered with a thick blanket of snow. Auli is a popular destination for skiing in Uttarakhand. The best time to visit Auli is between November and February, where visitors can enjoy Asia’s longest cable car operating between Auli and Joshimath. Auli Is the perfect destination where you can enjoy your valuable time with your family, and if you are newly married, then it could become an ideal honeymoon spot. Apart from Auli, you can also visit Joshimath and Trishul Peak, which are known for caves and valleys. Staying in Auli is convenient and pocket-friendly too. You can book your hotel online in advance to avoid misadventure. Travellers have to take road route after deboarding the flight because the nearest airport is over 250 kms away from Auli.



Udaipur is a city which is commonly known as the city of lakes is in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Udaipur got the tag of one of the most romantic cities of India by the East India Company’s political agent James Tod. This beautiful city is surrounded by the Aravalli Hills that separate it from the Thar Desert. Magnificent temples, unique architecture that reflects the culture of the Rajasthan. You can also row a boat in the lakes with your loved ones which make it a must-visit place in India. If you are one of the history lovers then the museum, turban, music instruments, puppets will keep you engaged. Udaipur is highly famous for the second largest man-made sweet lake and exotic hotels, so if you are planning a luxurious holiday trip, then Udaipur must be on the top of your bucket list. This beautiful city is 650 kilometres away from the capital, and one of the best things about Udaipur is that there are no issues regarding transportation. Visitors can travel here by road, train or flight.



Pushkar is a small town located in the Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Pushkar has many temples, and most of the temples were built in 18th century, but Brahma temple is the famous temple among all. It is a pilgrimage site for Hindus and Sikhs. This place is basically for those who love to attend Mela. Every year in November, people host Pushkar Mela, visited by approx 20,000 people every year. This Mela continues for seven days in which people perform folk dance, magic shows, rides and much more. If you love jewellery, then this might excite you, as you can shop for the oxidized silver jewellery from the main street of Pushkar. Travellers have turned this place from a religious place into a perfect tourist place where people come and share their travel stories over a cup of tea.

This is the list of the places in India you can visit in November. So just get up from your bed and start exploring this incredible country with your own feet because the world looks more beautiful than in the pictures.

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