Places to Visit in Month of November in India, Tourist Places in November Month


Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar offers you to explore its spiritual and brutal history. This city developed with sacrifices of Martyrs and passed through the cruel massacre before the freedom of India. A city, from where the ‘border line’ separates Pakistan. Its interesting history allows you to visit the holy places, Beating Retreat ceremony and memorable gardens. The garden spotlights the massacre of Former British ‘General Dyer’ where over 1000s of innocents were got shot by the order of British General.

Manali, Himachal Pradesh

The place offers you the utmost fun with adventurous activities and sightseeing. Let’s take you to the adventurous, spiritual, peaceful and refreshing place, nestled in the lap of snowy mountains and heavy forests. Manali offers the sighs of relief from scorch heat of plain grounds and the high temperature of summers. Thrills you by various hill sports like trekking, mountaineering, paragliding, fishing, ice skating, sightseeing and golf. Surrounding by Beas River makes it more beautiful and pleasant to the tourists who are fond of water sport too. “Buddhist Monasteries” and “Hidimba Devi Temple” drives you to the extreme level of peace and spiritual practices.


Holy city of India welcomes you with the spiritual values and Hindu traditions. The city is older than history that you can explore the core sacred values of Indian culture. This city got the tag of “3000-year-old” and also the residence of 1000s of temples. It’s a belief that if someone cremated here, get free from the chains of birth and re-birth. This city is situated on the banks of the river Ganges. It is also believed that the city is the dwelling place of Lord Shiva. River Ganges, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Assi Ghat, Gyanvapi Mosque Ramnagar Fort, Chaukhandi Stupa and Dashashwamedh Ghat are the famous attractions in Varanasi.

Sunderbans, West Bengal – Open Menagerie of Wildlife

Enter the creeks of Sunderbans to explore huge species of Wildlife. A place which is situated between the criss-cross of the tributaries. UNESCO’s signature to this Heritage explains its value and priority to the visitors. Get Goosebumps by the sighting of Royal Bengal Tigers and explore amazing mangroves of this area. Sundarbans is the largest in one block & tidal existence forest in the world.

Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

The place is popular for its greenery and scenic places, blessed with the beauty of nature. A 337 Sq km “Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary” covers the numbers of rare species of animals and birds with almost no human interference. The “Meghna Cave Temple”, made in the ancient time and was discovered in the year of 1962 is also the leading attraction of Ziro, which is surrounded by the stunning views of Valley. Kile Pakho, Midey and Ziro Puto are the most visitable points adds attraction to the interest of visitors and tourists. Various types of trees like Bamboo, pine and orchids holds the separate places to visit.

Kohima, Nagaland

Craving to know about Kohima? Meet strange and typical system of agricultural method “Alder based jhum cultivation” and lost in the sightseeing of Khonoma. Going to the peak, heightening itself to 3048 metres from sea level also the sightseeing place and attraction for trekkers and adventure lovers. Cathedral of Reconciliation is a church, symbolises the architectural and spiritual beauty of Kohima . Other points of interests in Kohima are War Cemetery, Bara Basti, Dzukou Valley-Stunning Landscapes and State Museum.

Bodh Gaya, Bihar

A town speaks the history of 2600 years itself by featuring monastery of Buddha. It’s what to Buddhists what church to Christians. This is the place where prince Siddhartha attained Enlightenment under the tree, naming Bodha and became Buddha. Thousands of pilgrims visits this historical place to attain peace and knowledge around Buddhism culture. UNESCO proceeded this to include in the list of World Heritage Site.

Hampi: Place of Iconic Ruins

Hampi is the historical place in Karnataka holding the past of Vijayanagara Empire. It’s a great place to visit for history lovers and also the attraction point for archaeology researchers. According to the proposed plan of Karnataka government Machu Picchu in Peru and Hampi in Indian may soon become relational Heritage sites. The most impressive structure, Dasara Dibba is also there to stupefy tourists by its stunning architecture. Gejjala Mantapa is the architecture where people at the time of Vijayanagara Empire used to organise religious functions. A hulking bull sculpture promotes the perfect example of past fine architecture. Add one more spot of Zenana Enclosure, a completely private place, made for former Royal ladies.

Almora, Uttarakhand

Almora is crowning Uttarakhand with its Panoramic views, stunning beauty, rich in nature and blushing valleys. Swami Vivekananda awakened his wise senses by doing meditation at this place. Delicious cuisines migrates your taste level with different kind of spices and ingredients. Almora is situated on the ridge of 1638 mt. British rulers maintained this city. There is a spot naming ‘Bright End Corner’ where you can realise the brilliant sunrise and sunset which is at the 2 km of distance from Almora.

Sanasar, Jammu & Kashmir

Sanasar situated in one of the sequestered areas of Kashmir. Almost all kind of sports activities are available in the meadow of the Sanasar. Ever heard about hot air ballooning? Yes, the new fun of Hot Air Ballooning is getting welcomed by many visitors in Sanasar. A very few place offers this kind of ride in India. Paragliding is another sports attraction in Sanasar for adventure admirers. Sightseeing offers an amusing picturesque view of snow-capped mountains and valleys. Rest of the famous sport you can enjoy are cliff-climbing, skate boarding, extreme-skiing, bungee jumping and sky diving.

Kalimpong, West Bengal

It’s not popular but includes itself in the best hill station and tourist spot of India. Kalimpong sightseeing captures old & rare scriptures, stunning views of snow shuttered Kanchenjunga, popular monasteries, landscapes and tributaries. Green parks, flower hubs, museums and history revealing schools are also the points of attractions. Driving to the nearby areas like Rishyap, Lava, Pedong, Loleygaon, Dr Graham’s Homes, Lord Buddha Statue, Sherpa View Point, Durga Mandir, Hanuman Temple, Deolo Hill and virgin villages can upgrade your entertainment and fun to the appropriate level.

Gir, Gujarat

The greatest example of ecotourism is Gir, Gujarat. This is the natural habitat of pure and wild species of lions. Hyenas, Crocodiles and leopards are other famous and wild breeds of Gir. A number of variants are available in Deer and Antelope species. Local Maldhari community has the brave hearts that they are coexisting with the wild nation of this jungle. The history of Gir exists before the era of temples, mosques, monuments or palaces. The area is occupied by wide grassland fields, hilltops, high ridges and rivers. Hiran is the river flows year around and rest of the tributaries flows only for months.

Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

Go back to the time of kings and kingdom. Not possible? Orchha introduces the maximum number of historical buildings and monuments. This historic spot sheltered on the bank of river Betwa. The place was found in the 16th century by Bundela Rajput Nayak, Rudra Pratap. This is the place where Raja Ram worshipped and the place also includes the classic & unique architecture in Laxmi Narayan Temple. Jahangir Mahal was constructed in the respect of Mughal Emperor Jahangir. Famous chhatris of the cenotaphs were built in the honour of its former rulers.

Pushkar, Rajasthan

Known for its largest camel and cattle fair in the world. It’s a small town, which is just at the distance of 18 km from Ajmer. November is the month when a large number of tourist visit because of its rich traditional environment. Pushkar is the only place where you can find the temple of Lord Brahma. Brahma lake of Pushkar holds 52 bathing ghats on the banks of this river where Brahma ji performed a yajna. Locals follow the pure Rajasthani culture with their vibrant coloured dresses and camels bedecked with designing hair-cut and decorative items.

Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh

Ujjain is the place, whom the people call, “City of Temples”. Yes, this is the place where the Mela of Kumbh executes. World’s largest religious gathering takes place only here. Ujjain holds the bulk of cultural heritage, mostly occupied by temples. Great poet ‘Kalidas’ ji declared this city as a ‘Heaven’. Glorious past reflects through the temples of Ujjain. There is Sandipani Ashram in Ujjain where it is believed that Lord Krishna, Balram and Sudama received education from ‘Guru Sadipani’.