November is here and it is the time to bring out the travel junkie in you. This is the time when you don’t have to worry about the scorching sun and enjoy the early winter chill. Ditch your summer wear and pack up some warm clothes and your camera because there is lots to explore and cherish. . While everything else may seem sorted, it is probably the tussle of shortlisting places that may leave you a bit muddled. Fortunately, for those who have availed Club Mahindra membership, planning a vacation is as simple as picking a destination. By paying the Club Mahindra Membership fees as per the plan chosen, you will enjoy access to any of the 46 exclusive resorts.
So make your November trip fun and exciting by choosing to vacation at any of these destinations:
Seek some adventure at the Corbett National Park where you can spot the tigers, deer, and a variety of animals. The region is divided into four zones and encompasses an extensive range of flora and fauna. You can also head to the Corbett Museum which houses many interesting belongings of Jim Corbett such as manuscripts, personal articles, sketches, and his history. On your way, you can also buy beautiful wax candles that are very popular there.
November is the best time to visit ‘The City of Lakes’. Visit the grand forts such as the City Palace and the Monsoon Palace which are a testament to the chivalrous past of Rajasthan. Udaipur is dotted with a number of havelis, hotels, and restaurants around Lake Pichola. Visit the beautiful Fatehsagar Lake where you can watch the sunrise or go for boating. Relish the traditional dishes of the state which include ‘dal, baati, and churma’, ‘kadhi pakodi’ and ‘gatte ki sabzi’.
Set amidst lush green Palani Hills, Kodaikanal is one of the most picturesque hill stations in India. Breathe in the fresh air which will leave your soul revitalized. Visit the stunning attractions of the hill station which include Coaker’s Walk, Bear Shola Falls, and Bryant’s Park. Take a boat ride in the famous Kodai Lake, engage in vegetable picking at the Organic Farmer’s Market or go trekking to the Devil’s kitchen.
Breath-taking views and lots of fresh oxygen, Gangtok offers stunning natural beauty. Visit the picturesque Tsomgo Lake which is surreal and also a sacred place for worshippers of Lord Shiva. Gangtok is famous for its opulent monasteries such as Rumtek Monastery, Tashiding Monastery, Tsu La Khang Monastery and many others. Do Drul Chorten is one of the most popular stupas in Gangtok which is visited by a number of tourists.
Majestic waterfalls, scenic beauty and vast coffee plantations, Coorg will leave you awe-inspired with its beauty. No doubt, Coorg is titled as the ‘Scotland of India’. Go for white water rafting in the Cauvery river or trek to Mt. Tadiyendamol for that adrenaline rush. You can hike to Pushpagiri, visit the famous Golden Temple in Bylakuppe, or head to the Dubare Elephant Camp to enjoy some fun time with elephants.