Winter is a season of vacation. We all love to travel during this time, the reason being its pleasant weather helps you calm your mind from a stressful life. November is already here! If you haven’t planned your vacation yet and wondering where to go on a holiday in November, then here are a few places that you should visit during this time.
1. Almora, Uttarakhand
Sip your coffee and enjoy the scenic view in this Almora hill station. It attracts backpackers and the whole place is surrounded by oak trees, snow-clad mountains, and streams flowing across the valley. You will definitely love the beauty in here!
2. Pushkar, Rajasthan
Don’t worry! The weather is not going to be 40 degrees during November. This is a religious place and you will love visiting back to back incredible temples in Pushkar. Many tourists visit this place to attend the Camel Fair which is one of the most significant events conducted in November. Where the camels are dressed in colorful attires and are taken to walk a ramp or go on a race. Now that’s an interesting show you wouldn’t wish to miss!
A prominent place for Do Dham Yatra, this place has adventurous sports activities, a way to get your soul to a happy place by Yoga sessions and Ayurvedic massages. Rishikesh is known for trekking and chanting prayers in the temples as well. So many things to do in just one place. Well! That’s a perfect way to enjoy your vacation.
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If you wish to visit one of the most exotic places, then Andaman is your destination. The island in here has a breathtaking view with a beautiful beach. If you are on a roll to fulfill your bucket list – Scuba Diving, Helicopter experience, and enhancing the beauty. Then this place is one of a kind.
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5. Corbett National Park, Nainital District
This is one of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in India. Known for spotting wild animals. It’s a perfect spot to visit during November, for its pleasant weather, foggy mornings and greater probability of perceiving the wild animals.
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