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Top 7 Places To Visit In November 2019

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November 2019

Leaves falling in slow whirls, cloudless sky and brisk air embark the onset of November. Also, planning a November trip is not easy as it’s late spring in Southern and late autumn in Northern hemisphere. Thus choosing a trip destination might be bit struggling. Yet, these are the best places in the world that can be visited in November 2019.

The top 7 places to visit are:

1.Nepal

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The stunning weather helps to explore Nepal’s colourful culture as its ambient for meandering between temples and shops and favour trekking into some of the highest passes and the picture-perfect views are rewarding! Also, festivals of the month – like Film Southasia, a documentary film festival, held every two years, is planned for November 2019 this time and it would be a great time!

2.Thailand

Known for its beautiful beaches, royal palaces, magnificent remains, bustling markets, Thailand is at its best in November. Thai vacation without shopping at traditional floating markets, diving, beholding Bhubing Palace gardens,

Loy Krathong festival, Surfing, Snorkeling, Swimming, Hiking, Whale and dolphin watching are exclusively exciting in November.

3.Mauritius

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November is the best month to explore the scenic beauty of the Indonesian island, Mauritius. With weather at our side, basking in waters and enjoying the vibrant, corals and mesmerising marine life, beholding Chamarel village with its sand of seven colours, and strolling inside the Victorian Architecture – Chateau De Labourdonnais and reliving Bollywood at the University of Mauritius and enduring the bustling capital, Port Louis that magnificently hosts French Architecture and shopping outlets pose a perfect vacation.

4.Bhutan

With clear air and crisp blue sky, Bhutan is a great place to visit in November. Gangtey, a beautiful valley in Bhutan welcomes the cranes in the season and offers a breathtaking sight. Also, a spectacular array of festivals like Black-Necked Crane Festival, Nalakhang Festival, and Jambay Lhakhang Drup Tsechu festival cherish the traveller.

And the major tourist areas of Thimphu, Punakha, and Paro are at one of their most beautiful, with golden and red leaves dropping all over the ground like a rustic carpet.

5.Australia

November is a perfect month for travel in Australia for the ambience in weather and some still-colourful and vibrant landscapes with floral blooms that provides some extra splash, for sightseeing.

The endless activities and excursions, as well the iconic sights like art, museums, and Royal Botanical garden in Melbourne, and cuisines, and sightseeing, and captivating Great Barrier Reef, are enchanting with distinct characteristics.

6.Hong Kong

With pleasant weather, November is an ideal and excellent time to visit Hong Kong. Travellers cannot only enjoy at many tourist attractions, such as Ocean Park, Disneyland Resort but also go shopping. Mong Kok is a place not to miss in November trip. Mong Kok poses and still has some of the oldest streets where tourists are allowed to explore a different side of this city.

Three superb festivals add to the trip in November like Wine & Dine Festival, Lan Kwai Fong Japan Carnival, Clockenflap

7.Seychelles

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November is the best time to travel to Seychelles. Also, November offers more mild conditions ideal for sunbathing, wildlife watching and scuba diving.

Seychelles’ impressive topography of coral reefs, canyons, along with the rich and stunning marine life, makes it one of the best diving sites and separate sites are there for both beginners and experienced divers. Also, Seychelles is home to the rare black parrot. Also, it is found only in Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve and the lower part of Fond Peper in Praslin National Park, that whistles and mesmerises the travellers. La Digue, the most visited beach in the world impresses with pink sand.

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Pack your bags and choose a destination to spend some leisure time with your loved ones this November 2019.

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Christmas Day – Top Things You Can Do In Delhi!

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With Christmas almost around the corner, it certainly is the time to be jolly and why wouldn’t you be? Markets and malls are lit up, there’s that delicious waft of rum-soaked cake in the air and strains of Christmas carols can be heard everywhere you go. If you happen to be in Delhi for the festival,  here are the top 5 experiences for you to enjoy this X-mas season.

Attend a Christmas Eve Mass at the Vatican Embassy Chapel

Traditional Christmas mass is celebrated at midnight, since it is believed that Christ was born at night. Christian or not, join the celebrations at the beautiful Vatican Embassy chapel. Constructed in traditional Roman style. You can even join the carol singers for a song or two! After service, don’t forget to stay back and enjoy the Xmas bonfire, accompanied by fruit cake and piping hot coffee.

Where: 50-C Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021| Ph No: 011-4249 2300

When: Christmas carol singing followed by midnight mass begins at 8:30 pm on 24th December

Entry: Entry is free.

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Spend a day at a X-mas market

Come December and Christmas markets spring up all around the city. One of the popular X-mas markets in the city is the German Christmas Market where you’ll find German cakes, German sausages and beer, apart from the usual gift items and Christmas decorations.

Where: German House, 2 Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-21

When: 5th and 6th December (Saturday and Sunday) 11 am-7 pm

Entry: Rs 350 per person and free for children below 12 years

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Savor some traditional Christmas roast

Christmas particularly is the time for overindulgence! Visit the Imperial Hotel for their Eve dinner or brunch. One of Delhi’s most popular X-mas destinations, the hotel is decked up with reindeers, Christmas trees, fake snow and Santa himself. Savour a delicious spread of roast turkey, grilled salmon, mulled wine and Christmas Pudding—a very merry Christmas indeed!

Where: Janpath Lane, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

When: 24th and 25th December

Price: INR 4000+ taxes for the X-mas eve dinner and INR 3750 + taxes (Adult) and INR 2000+ taxes (Children) for the Day Brunch. Brunch timings are from 12:30pm to 03:30pm (The Imperial)

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Indulge in some X-mas shopping

X-mas is a time for shopping for family and friends (and for yourself, of course!). Some of the best places to go shopping in Delhi during this time are Khan Market, Promenade Mall (Vasant Kunj), Select Citywalk (Saket) and South Extension market. And if you’re looking for a gift for friends with a sweet tooth, you can buy delicious cakes and puddings from Wengers, Maison Des Deserts and The Oberoi Patisserie and Delicatessen.

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Top 8 Travel Resolutions You Should Make

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Travel is one of the few activities that genuinely changes you as a person exposing you to new ways of living and thinking about the world as well as taking you firmly out of your comfort zone.

It is that time of the year when you ring out the old and ring in the new. New Year resolutions are pretty much a part of this tradition. Make 2020 your best year of travel yet. As avid travellers, here are top 8 travel resolutions that you might want to consider adding to your list. These resolutions are not only achievable they’re a joy to keep. They are bound to make your travel in 2020 wholesome, fun and responsible.

1. Explore your own Neighbourhood

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This one is applicable almost every traveller. Many of us think travelling is all about getting lost in a new world. But fail to realize that the essence of true travelling lies in adventure. Most of us are guilty for not having explored our own city. Being a tourist in your own city allows you to know it much better. Visit that hidden temple around the corner or sign up for a walking tour. Better still, be a good host and accompany your guests to the touristy places you might have ignored earlier. You will be surprised with what you discover in your own backyard.

2. Get Outside Your Comfort Zone

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Make 2019 the year to face your fears. Pick that one activity that you wished you could do but were scared to. It could be scuba diving or walking on a skywalk 70 floors above the ground or maybe, just Hot Air Ballooning over the fields. Sign up for it and try it out. This is when you will find the world opening up to you. Whether it’s solo exploring for the first time or heading somewhere you never would’ve dreamed possible, these resolutions are all about pushing yourself that little bit further.

 

3. Learn some local phrases

No matter where you travel in the world, attempting to speak the local language can go a long way even if your pronunciation isn’t the best.Spend some time with the local community. Talk to them, play with the kids, partake a meal or two and discover their local traditions. Along the way, learn a few local phrases that can help you make your way around in that town. The engagement with the locals is bound to make your travel more memorable. Some phrases in French would be Hello (Bonjour), Goodbye (Au revoir) and Thank you (Merci).

4. Pack lighter

Next time you’re stuffing a pair of impractical shoes and a bumper-size shampoo into your bag, stop to consider the downfalls of it. The art of packing evolves into a quite literally a mathematical equation. Lay out everything out you could possibly need or want for your upcoming trip, then ditch half. Six sets of jeans? Take out three, and only one of each type. Four white Ts? Choose two. Two messenger bags? Pick your favourite. You may feel a pang of guilt, as though you’re parting with a friend, but once you reach your destination you won’t even remember what you left behind.

 

5. Take better pictures For Memories

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Sick of returning home from a trip with thousands of hastily snapped images that you’ll never have the time to sift through and edit, let alone share? Whether you’re shooting for social media, an online portfolio or the family album, investing a little time and effort can take your creations from amateur to incredible. A picture speaks a thousand words. Do not waste your time just getting that perfect click but instead focus on taking one good one which will bring back memories!

 

6. Learn to cook a local dish

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Food tours and local restaurants maybe a part of your travel fare. However, go a step further and sign up for a local cookery class. The activity will not just allow you to learn something new but will let you experience the markets. You can bring home the very flavour that you enjoyed during holiday. These travel resolutions can also help you be a better cook. Learning a local dish also helps with bonding with a localite and sharing amazing experiences.

 

7. Make a Plastic-Free Trip

Eco tourism is the need of the hour! Start by using a lot of cloth bags and recyclable paper bags to pack your things. Carry your water in your own flask and refill it at a café or restaurant. Don’t buy anything that is wrapped in plastic. Opt for fresh meals on glass or steel plates. This resolution is a small step towards responsible travel. These simple travel resolutions can make a big difference on a global scale you see.

 

8. Be A Part Of A Local Festival

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Travel to a destination renowned for its local festival- maybe the Kumbh Mela in Allahabad or the Hemis Festival in Ladakh.You could even enjoy the St.Patrick’s day of Ireland. Few festivals transcend across different ages and cultures as St. Patrick’s Day does. Celebrated annually on March 17, the Irish holiday is filled with fun traditions that seem to appeal to people across the globe. Enjoy the celebratory meals while you experience the local music and dances. 2019 is full of such celebrations- just go ahead and pick one.

 

We hope these travel resolutions help you be a better traveller in 2020. Related article- 20 Best Places To Visit In India In December 2019

 

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Visiting Delhi? Here Are The Best Spots For Pictures

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Delhi, the capital of India is a beautiful place to visit. However, if you are visiting Delhi anytime soon, you’ll realise that the beautiful city has so many picturesque spots that you will get confused as to which one to visit and which one to miss! But worry not as we have the perfect guide for you. Just scroll down and go through the following places and you’ll know the places to tick on your next visit to Delhi.

Hauz Khas Village

Hauz Khas Village, the beautiful place where you will often spot engaged couples for their pre-bridal shoot. The heritage vibes of the place and the perfect features such as lake, tombs and greenery make it the perfect spot for clicking photos! You must get one good picture clicked here, especially during the sunset. It is pure beauty! You can easily reach there via the Hauz Khas metro.

India Gate

India Gate from the British era. While visiting Delhi, you must visit India Gate. Firstly, to pay respect to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the war for freedom. Secondly, to enjoy your time with friends and family for a picnic, boating, and of course, getting clicked. You will also find many food stalls around it so it is the perfect place for spending your evening and getting some good clicks. You can reach there by getting down at Central Secretariat or Janpath metro station.

Agrasen Ki Baoli

Do you see the view above? Beautiful, isn’t it? Such is the feel of Agrasen Ki Baoli. It is situated on the Halley Road in New Delhi. To reach there, you can get down at Barakhamba Road or Rajiv Chowk metro station. But the places close by 5:30 p.m., so make sure that you reach on time for such beautiful clicks in this 15-meter wide historical step well.

Humayun’s Tomb

Another historic place for getting beautiful pictures is Humayun’s Tomb. Whether it is a couple picture, or some stylish clicks for yourself, this beautiful place near Jor Bagh metro station is the perfect spot for you. The monument from the Mughal era does not fail to impress anybody. It also has huge lawns for somebody who loves getting clicked among the greenery.

Qutub Minar

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This beautiful and tall monument which also a metro station named to it, is well known worldwide. We have also seen many tourists especially visiting Delhi to get clicked at Qutub Minar. Another cultural addition by the Mughals, this place also has many beautiful restaurants and cafes around it which you must visit during the day time.

Yamuna Ghat

Yamuna Ghat, which is near to the Vishwavidyalaya Metro Station is a outstanding place for getting pictures clicked. The calm water and the birds flying all around is so magical. Especially, if you visit during the golden hour i.e. the sunrise or the sunset. Another pro tip is get clicked while on a boat in the Yamuna, we assure you will get a perfect shot.

Champa Gali

Looking for a perfect evening with food, shopping, drinks and Instagram worthy pictures? Well, we suggest you visit Champa Gali, which lies near the Saket metro station. You will find there many cute cafes and stores which will fulfil for a checklist for street shopping and perfect evening with delicious meals and drinks. The wall art is pretty famous and you’ll see many influencers getting clicked at the specific spot.

Connaught Place

Shopping, clubbing, movies, eating and what not! Get down at the Janpath or Central Secretariat metro station and enjoy all this at one place. Not just this, the beautifully built during the British rule, Connaught Place has strong pillars and decorative restaurants which means endless pictures coming your way!

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