November is finally here! The Month where men follow ‘No Shave November,’ while Winter sets in!
This is also the perfect month for exploring new destinations. If you are looking for destinations apt for November, then look no further. Here are 3 places perfect for November-Travel!
Varanasi! – Dev Deepawali
The month of November witnesses grand Dev Deepawali celebrations in which the stairs leading to the river are lit with beautiful Diyas. Renowned singers such as Kailash Kher perform live on this occasion. The surreal reflection of thousands of Diyas in the river-water is what dreams are made of. Book your tickets right away!
Tarkarli – Beach Destination
If you have had enough of Goa already, then Tarkarli is the perfect beach-destination substitute for you! Tarkarli is located at the Malwan coastaline and is famous for its beach activities such as scuba diving and snorkelling. Tarkarli is also known for its mouth-watering sea-food cuisine.
Bharatpur Rajasthan – Bird Watching
A delight for bird-watchers, Bharatpur is the most ideal place to visit, this November. Numerous bird-species from foreign countries migrate here during winter. Some the species include; Pelicans, Geese, Flycatchers and many more.
So, what are you waiting for? Explore India, this November. #YehHaiIndia
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