Top 5 Places to Visit in November

In India, there are many places to visit in winter which is November. November is the best month for vacations and often a short holiday month mostly in the beginning of month hosting Durga puja, Dusshera and many more holidays lies in this month, it is easy to plan your trip. The main thing is that in November weather is not so hot and you can easily enjoy your vacation.
In this article we will show you some places where you must visit.

1. Varanasi

Varanasi is one of the top place in India. Varanasi is also Known as Banaras and it is oldest cities in India.  In Varanasi, there are so many Hindu temples that you can’t miss like Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Sankat Mochan temple, Durga Temple and many other temples that you can visit. But Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of the famous temple among them.
Varanasi is also renowned for its Ghats. In Varanasi, about hundreds of Ghats where you can bath like Kali Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat and Many other Ghats. Varanasi is situated on the banks of River Ganges and November is the best month to visit Varanasi  because in summer the weather is too hot and in summer it is difficult to enjoy.

2. Pushkar

Pushkar is 145 Km away from Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is a religious town and this city is basically a narrow and a small sized town, basically Pushkar is famous for having a temple that is devoted to Lord Brahma and there are more than 50 ghats where the religious ceremony take place.
If you want to see the most vibrant face of this city, try to attend the Pushkar fair, which is held between the month of October and November. The best thing about Pushkar is the huge number of foreigners to visit in this city every year. During the month of November Pushkar camel fair is held which attracts you.  If you want to experience this festival, travel via India’s Palace on Wheels that can help you to reach the destination.

3. Amritsar 

Amritsar is the largest and most important city in Punjab and it is also the center of  Sikhism. Amritsar is not only a home of hundreds of thousands of Sikhs but it is also a chief pilgrimage destination of Sikhs. The famous destination in Amritsar is Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh, Wagha Border and many other places to visit. But the Golden temple is one of the main attraction among tourists because this temple is made up gold, this thing attracts the tourists and there is no caste discrimination to enter in this temple.
Amritsar is one the best and beautiful destination among tourists. The best time to visit Amritsar during the month of October and November and mostly tourist like to visit in the month of November.

 4. Gokarna 

Gokarna  is situated at Karnataka, India and it is one of the most beautiful offbeat place of India. It is a small temple town of Karnataka. It is one of the most popular pilgrimage destination for Hindus. The main temple of Gokarna is Lord Shiva who is also known as Mahabaleshwara and the weather of this town is pleasant and relaxed.
In Gokarna, there are many beautiful beach towns have great shacks with great food, great music and interesting people. Many foreign tourists and Indian tourist like to visit at this place. The best time to visit at Gokarna in the month of October to December and it relax you.

5. Coorg 

Coorg is a popular hill station and it is situated in the Indian state of Karnataka. Coorg is one of the most popular and beautiful hill station and it is also known as Kodagu. It is 3000 ft away from sea level. It is one of the place with the highest rainfall across India.
The most common plantation crop of coorg is coffee. The natural beauty of this hill station attracts the tourists. The most common attraction in coorg is Bahamandala, Talakaveri, Dubare, Iruppu Falls and many other places. Everyday week thousands of tourists visit in this hill station. The best time to visit in Coorg is between the month of September to November because it is hill station and it is a best place to visit in November.

If you are planning your trip in November than know more about the price of Palace on Wheels train for peak and lean season.

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