November is dry and sunny throughout India, with low humidity levels: perfect conditions for both sightseeing and relaxing on the beach. Whilst average daytime temperatures in the country’s far north have dropped to 15°C ; the southern states of Goa and Kerala are experiencing pleasant temperatures around 32°C; and in Delhi and Rajasthan the mercury hovers around the high 20’s.It’s no surprise that November is one of the best months of the year to visit India.
November is a great time of year to visit Shimla, Manali, Srinagar and Dharamsala and the rest of Himalayan India. With hardly a cloud in the sky and pleasantly warm temperatures in the mid-20’s the weather is ideal for trekking and exploring. Towards the end of the month temperatures begin to drop as winter starts to arrive.
The weather in southern India in November is generally good. You're bound to experience some rain in Tamil Nadu, but the cooler temperatures make November a good month for cultural exploration. In Kerala and Goa, the days are sunny and hot, ideal for lazing on the beach. It's also a great time of year to trek around the hill stations of the Western Ghat mountains with cool temperatures and lush greenery.
November is a great time to visit central India. There's hardly a cloud in the sky and you'll experience hot sunny weather with temperatures in the low-30’s. It's perfect weather for exploring cultural cities like Nagpur or hunting for tigers in Bandhavgarh National Park. Culture creatures should time their trip to coincide with the Hindu festival of Light, Diwali.
November is a great time to visit Rajasthan and the Golden Triangle. With hardly a cloud in the sky and pleasantly warm temperatures in the mid-20’s you can explore the ornate ancient temples or watch the rare wildlife in ideal conditions. The only downside is it's peak season so you will be sharing space with other tourists at popular sites.
Take your best shot at spotting wildlife with an itinerary that includes not one but three different parks, all located in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. This allows you to explore some surprisingly diverse scenery, see myriad bird and animal species, and hugely increase your chances of spotting one of these elusive big cats.