Wednesday, 23 September 2015

6 Places to Visit This November!



Summers are long gone, and if you’re afflicted with a deep sense of wanderlust, then what better than the month of November to cure your ailment! After all it is the month where monsoons have already bid adieu and the winters are yet to arrive. Now that you know this is, in all probability a great time for a raring holiday, let’s take a look on which destinations are at their best during this month of the year!


Coorg, a hill station, awe-inspiringly placed in Karnataka, is as perfect as it can get. Its lush terrains and untainted idyllic surroundings, will help you rejuvenate in the mellowest way possible.  Not to forget, the chief harvest festival, known as Puttari is celebrated at this time of year and entails a weeklong preparation. With invigorating ceremonies and toothsome delicacies, this festival is worth being a part of!


 



Barring the public holidays of 1st& 2nd November, Mauritius is a blissful place to be in, during this month. The caressing breeze and moderate temperatures only accentuate the exhilarating experiences of scuba-diving and deep sea fishing!

 


Jaisalmer, another domestic destination is brimming with the festive fervour with Diwali, just on its way in mid-November! The cool breezy mise en scène of this majestic city is something to vouch for.

 


On the other hand, a visit to Egypt during November will help you revel in the pleasures of sight-seeing in Cairo and sunbathing on the coast of the Red Sea. Plan your trip on November 15th and you can also enjoy the gratifying Sheikh Zayed City Festival & Parade.

 


Enjoy a relaxed romantic getaway in Goa, while also minting on the opportunity of witnessing the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary - on 18th November- at the Navelim's Church.
You can also head out to Vietnam, and soak in its warm and sunny atmosphere, relaxing on the silver expanse of its tranquil white-sand beaches. On the other hand, you can be all set to get thrilled with the dynamic activities of the Ghe Ngo Festival held on 26th November!


No comments: