The majestic land of rich cultural heritage and historic sagas best define India. It is the seventh largest and second most populous country in the world. India has always attracted visitors from all across the globe. In ancient times the richness, prosperity and glory attracted thousands of people, but today it’s the beauty of the nation that beholds them. India is a very beautiful nation with a variety of landscapes beautifying it. India has a distinct geographical entity as the Great Himalayas in the north and three oceans in south bound it.
Following are the Top places to Visit in India in the month of October and November
Also known as Kodagu, Coorg is a place said to haunt you forever with its timeless beauty. Described as the Scotland of India, Coorg lies at an altitude of 1,525 m on the Western Ghats about 252 kms from Bangalore in Karnataka. Misty hills, lush forest, acres and acres of tea and coffee plantations, orange groves, undulating streets and breathtaking views are what make Coorg an unforgettable holiday destination.Coorg has many verdant trekking routes in the midst of forests and hills, and it’s best to go in the months from October to February. Some of the known trails are in the hills of Brahmagiri, where you could trek your way to the Iruppa Falls. Or you could trek to Pushpagiri, the second highest peak of Kodagu, or even Tadiandamol, the highest peak.For white water rafting check out the camps around Madikeri, which offer rafting down the Cauvery. Some fast paced action visit the Upper Barapole River to the south of Coorg in Brahmagiri. The best time for rafting is from mid-June to mid-September.
Kanyakumari is a small town in the state of Tamil Nadu and is the southern most tip of the Indian sub-continent. Kanyakumari takes its name from the virgin Goddess Kumari Amman of Kanyakumari Temple situated in the town, on the sea-shore. Lakhs of tourist, round the year are lured by the serene beauty of this place and the spectacles of sunrise and sunset. Though sunrise can be viewed throughout the year, sunset is visible only from October 15 to March 15 from this southernmost tip. The sunset and moonrise can be seen almost simultaneously on full moon days from the same spot. It is a unique spectacle. Kanyakumari lies at the meeting point of the three oceans, Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea.
Goa is the smallest state of India in terms of geographical area, it is the major and famous most tourist attraction in India and thus commands almost a monopoly over the tourist inflow. Goa is located on the western coast of India also known as Konkan Coast. It is surrounded by the state of Maharashtra on the north, Karnataka on the east and south and the Arabian Sea on its west. The capital city of Goa is known as Panaji or Panjim and the largest city in Goa is Vasco-da-Gama. While Goa is well known for it’s beaches and laid back style…it’s also the Party Hub of India. Night life in Goa is one of the most flamboyant and matured than in any other part of the country. You could be a retro lover or a hip-hop fan; you could be eighteen or eighty; you could love dancing in the crowd or a solitary traveler…Goa serves up an endless array of things to do at night for everyone.
Rajasthan is the largest state of India in terms of area. The major land comprises of the Great Thar Desert. Rajasthan is surrounded by states like Gujarat on the southwest, Madhya Pradesh to the southeast, Pradesh and Haryana to the northeast and Punjab to the north and Pakistan to the west. Rajasthan covers an area of 342,269 Km sq. which is about the size of Germany. Rajasthan is the place where you’ll find great historic monuments like palaces, forts, temples etc. These monuments are preserved and maintained very well. Rajasthan is a place that will give you a real look into the Royal and luxuries past of India. The Cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Ranthambore, Ajmer, Jaisalmer are a few worth a visit
Kerala is also known as the “Gods Own Country” is one of the prime tourist destinations of India. It is a perfect destination for holidays, Honeymoon, art, culture, tradition, health care, yoga, ayurveda and meditation. Kerala is famous for its natural beauty, amazing beaches, delicious sea food and backwaters. Backwaters – a unique web of lakes, lagoons, canals and rivers – are an integral part of Kerala’s Tourism Scenario. A Journey through the curving and winding backwaters of Kerala is an experience of returning to nature. Now-a-days backwater tourism is something special to Kerala. And Houseboats go a long way in actualizing the many backwater oriented tourism possibilities. Houseboat holidays have become popular in the backwaters of Kerala and provide an extremely soothing experience