November in India marks the starting of the tourist season, as the temperature in the most part of the country begins to drop and even, the rainy season is absolutely over. There is no doubt that November is a fabulous month to visit India because the climate is pleasant. There are also several fun festivals to take part in this month. With the right expectations and warm clothes, you could still visit Mc Leod Ganj, Dharamsala, Rishikesh, Shimla, Manali, and surrounding hill stations. In the mid of November, the world’s biggest camel fair happens in Pushkar, Rajasthan.
Furthermore, there are also other places in North India like Orccha, Varanasi, Agra, and Khajuraho to visit in this month. The national parks reopen and are quite busy in November. Therefore, try to book wildlife safaris in advance. Visiting Marari in Kerala is perfect in November. Marari is a little-untouched village with some hotel resorts at the beachfront. In Goa, the tour season kicks off with several restaurants and resorts over the beaches reopening in November. The chances of getting availability are also good. The rates are possible lower compared to in December or January. Overall, November is an excellent time to have a trip to India because of fabulous weather conditions, medium-high season rates, and exciting festivals.