Places to Visit in November in North India

As a tourist, you may choose from a wide variety of landscapes in North India, from snowy mountains and verdant valleys and plains to waterfalls and lakes and even deserts. There are a wide variety of tourist places for vacations in November, from chilling out at a hill station to visiting historical sites, sampling local cuisine, engaging in extreme sports, or seeking spiritual enlightenment at a sacred location. Discover the finest of Northern India with our must-see places to visit in North India, this November.

  1. Ranikhet, Uttarakhand
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Ranikhet is a famous tourist destination because of its abundance of interesting attractions. Lovely picnic areas include Ashiyana Park and Rani Jheel. Apples, peaches, apricots and many other alpine fruits are grown as orchids in the world-famous Chaubatia Gardens. Ranikhet is in close proximity to several important religious sites, including the Ram Mandir, Mankameshwar, Jhoola Devi and Haidakhan Temple. This hidden gem is incomplete without SaffronStays Glasshouse Celeste, Ranikhet, a three-bedroom pet-friendly Signature homestay in Uttarakhand, located 4500 sq ft above sea level and flaunting sweeping views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks and many activities.

  1. Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, is one of the most popular travel destinations in the country, thanks to its location at the foot of the Garhwal Himalayas. Dehradun is packed with interesting attractions. The city truly does cater to all tastes. Dehradun is home to a wide variety of tourist attractions. Some of them include the Robbers Cave, Chopta-Tungnath, Doon Valley, Kalsi, Tibetan Market, Har ki Dun, Rajaji National Park, Deer Park, Maldevta and Shikhar Falls. The Jim Corbett National Park is around 2 hours from Dehradun Airport.

At the best accommodations in Dehradun, like SaffronStays Paradise Pines, Dehradun, SaffronStays Doon Hideout, Dehradun and SaffronStays Doon Valley View, Dehradun, you may wake up to a panoramic view of lush gardens and relax in the evenings while taking in a deep breath of the clean air that flows from them.

  1. Raison, Himachal Pradesh

The breathtaking town of Raison is found in Himachal Pradesh state. Situated on the Beas River, it is roughly 16 km from Kullu. Raison, located at an altitude of 1433 m, is well-known for its expansive camping sites. The months of April through June make it one of the best times to go rafting in the area. Other tourist places include Jana Waterfall, International Roerich Memorial Trust and Dhakpo Shedrupling Monastery. Tourists may enjoy a unique and exciting riverfront resort experience at SaffronStays Snowdrop, Raison to add to their comfort.

  1. Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Manali, located in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is one of the best places to visit for backpackers and newlyweds. Located on the Beas River, it serves as a jumping-off point for explorations of nearby locations like Solang Valley, Kothi and Gulaba. The town and its most-visited attractions, like the Hadimba Temple, the Manu Temple, the Tibetan Monasteries, and Jogini Falls, have a lot more to offer than just adventure. If you are looking for accommodations for small groups, large groups, or as a couple, SaffronStays The Amlyn, Manali, SaffronStays Monarch Manor, Manali, and SaffronStays Kesar Villa, Naggar are ideal stays for a quiet getaway from all the hustle and bustle.

  1. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

The lovely hill town of Shimla is perched above seven of the prominent hills that make up the Himalayas. It is one of the best vacation places in North India. Imagine yourself waking up in the fresh air of the Himalayas, with the sun gently caressing your skin as it asks you to meet at the little brook that is located across the deep trees of cedar and pine. Locations in and around the town that are popular with tourists include the Ridge, Kufri, Jakhoo Temple and Summer Hill, among others.

SaffronStays Hardy’s Hideaway, Shimla is a traditional ‘pahadi’ home in a picturesque valley surrounded by fruit orchards. Only 3 hours from Shimla Airport, this four-bedroom ancestral home shines like a light to city slickers who are in search of a tranquil retreat.

  1. Bhimtal, Uttarakhand

Bhimtal is a renowned tourist attraction in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Indulge in some waterborne thrills like boating and kayaking on your next vacation here. Bhimtal’s second major draw is an aquarium, which you could see if you take a boat ride around the lake and stop at the island in the middle. Bhimtal, in contrast to the bustling Nainital, is a town free from all the hustle and bustle.

Owing to the impressive architecture, the Bhimeshwar Temple, the Karkotaka Temple and the Folk Culture Museum are some other must-sees for every traveller visiting Bhimtal. The distinctive structure of SaffronStays Fourest, Bhimtal contributes to the country-style allure of your vacation escape. The homes are constructed out of bamboo, providing guests with the opportunity to have the quintessential homestay experience while surrounded by natural beauty.

  1. Jaipur, Rajasthan

You may enjoy authentic Rajasthani food and go shopping in Jaipur’s lively bazaars and visit the city’s famous attractions, including the Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort and Hawa Mahal. Visitors can also try a thrilling camel safari across the stunning Thar Desert. Johari Bazar and Bapu Bazar are all filled to the brim with embroidered leather shoes, decorated handicrafts, royal blue crockery, vivid tie-and-dye scarves, camel hide items and jazzy handcrafted garments. The colourful culture of Rajasthan is yours to explore at SaffronStays Jaipura Garh, Jaipur where you can enjoy Rajasthani hospitality and cuisine with luxury and comfort.

  1. Ranthambore, Rajasthan
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There are many exciting places to visit in Ranthambore. Ranthambore National Park is a great place to see tigers and other animals because it is a protected area. The setting, the vegetation and the regal remnants of the majesty fort make this nature reserve the best in the country. Therefore, not only is Ranthambore the greatest place in India to go on a tiger safari, but it also exemplifies the state’s illustrious past. As an added bonus, nearby tourist places like the Trinetra Ganesh Temple and the Ranthambore Fort are situated not far from the national park and can be easily visited.

  1. Auli, Uttarakhand
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Nearby tourist places to visit from Dehradun is this hill station. Auli is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including deciduous and evergreen trees such as deodars, oaks, coniferous and pine woods, and meadows. Places to visit in Auli include Nanda Devi, Dunagiri and Mana Parvat, which can all be seen from their high slopes. This hill station is home to a variety of interesting sights. In terms of popularity amongst visitors, the ropeway stands out as the clear winner.

It’s the longest and tallest in India, and maybe all of Asia too, so you can take in some stunning panoramas of the snow-capped Himalayas as you go. Auli also features one of the highest artificial lakes in the world. It is home to several beautiful lakes, including Chattrakund, Chenab and others. Auli’s reputation as India’s premier ski destination has earned it the title ‘skiing capital of India’.”

  1. Ladakh
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Historically a Buddhist state, Ladakh is characterised by its breathtakingly rugged landscape. The beauty of Ladakh may be seen in various places, including its arid mountains, spectacularly topped granite outcrops, gorgeous gompas, meditative mani walls, and multi-hued flags. Ladakh, one of the world’s most beautiful places, is a great destination for a wide variety of adrenaline-pumping activities, one of which is trekking. Ladakh, which is sometimes called the ‘Land of High Passes’, is a stunning region in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that one should not miss out on exploring.

Winter is a time to gather with loved ones, and that’s something to look forward to. And the best places to have some quality time are the popular tourist destinations in North India. We hope that our list of the 10 best places to visit in North India in November will help you relax and unwind.

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