13 Oct 2023

November Wonders: Explore Best Places

Ananya Goyal

Almora, Uttarakhand

Almora, nestled on a 5 km ridge atop Kashyap Hill, attracts visitors with its serene charm and blooming beauty of pine and oak trees, snow-capped mountains and flowing streams.


Amritsar, home to the magnificent Golden Temple, attracts pilgrims from all religions year-round. During Guru Nanak Gurpurab, the temple is decorated with lights and flowers.

Bodh Gaya, Bihar

Find serenity at Bodh Gaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and key Buddhist pilgrimage, where the essence of Lord Buddha exists in pure form.

Bundi, Rajasthan

Bundi, renowned for the scenic Aravali Hills and sparkling lakes, comes alive with the Bundi Festival, showcasing Rajasthan's rich heritage and artistry.


The capital city shines during this time with its three-day Qutub Festival at the historic Qutub Minar and fascinated markets with lights.

Ganpatipule, Maharashtra

Ganpatipule, located in the Konkan region, transforms into a paradise after the monsoon season, known for its golden beaches, spiritual significance, and rich culture.

Kohima, Nagaland

Enjoy trekking and camping amidst its lush hills. Get a glimpse of its history at Kohima War Cemetery and Nagaland State Museum.

Kutch, Gujrat

Capture the vibrant shades of Gujarat in Kutch during Rann Utsav, a 2 to 3-month festival from Nov to Feb. Participate in activities like paramotoring, jungle safari, and bird watching.

Old Goa, Goa

Experience the vibrant appearance of Goa, celebrated for its trendy beaches and historic Portuguese-style churches with the UNESCO-listed Old Goa.

Sanasar, Jammu and Kashmir

Sanasar, formed by the villages Sana and Sar, offers a romantic retreat with lush green hills, pine forests, and a serene lake.

Sundarbans, West Bengal

Explore the wild heart of Bengal at Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site teeming with Bengal Tigers.

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Experience the spiritual appearance of Varanasi during Dev Deepawali, a five-day festival on the Ganges banks illuminated with thousand of diyas.

Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Find peace in the serene Ziro Valley, home to the peaceful Apa Tani Tribe, famous for its enchanting landscapes, pine hills, and rice fields.

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