The last long weekend of 2021 is here! Explore these 5 destinations in November

Finally, November is here with the last long weekend of 2021!

Excited much? If yes, then update your travel calendar and plan your long-awaited vacation with your friends and loved ones.

Last long weekend of 2021 dates:

November 19, Friday – Guru Nanak Jayanti
November 20, Saturday – Weekend
November 21, Sunday – Weekend

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India brims with enthusiasm and festivity in the month of November and offers ample opportunities to witness the grandeur and celebrations to its travellers.  If you are wondering where to go on the last long weekend of 2021, then here’re the TOP 5 places to visit:

1. Amritsar, Punjab

A spiritual and cultural centre for the Sikh religion, Amritsar basks in its glorious history.

Home to the famous Golden Temple, this small city in Punjab is full of colours, culture and vibrancy. Also known for its delicious food trail, Amritsar is an ideal place to experience the enthusiasm and fervour of real India during Guru Nanak Jayanti.


How to reach:

Nearest Airport – Shri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar (10.9 km from the city centre)

Nearest Railway Station – Amritsar Railway Station (1.5 km from the city centre)

Weather in November:

19-32 degrees Celsius

2. Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

A quaint medieval town in central India, Orchha is a paradise for architecture and nature lovers. Home to several palaces, forts and cenotaphs, it lures travellers not only from India but also from across the globe. Situated on the banks of the River Betwa, it’s the only place where Lord Ram is worshipped as a king.


How to reach:

Nearest Airport – Gwalior Airport, Gwalior (140 km from Orchha)

Nearest Railway Station – Jhansi Railway Station (20 km from Orchha)

Weather in November:

14-30 degrees Celsius

3. Pushkar, Rajasthan

One of the oldest cities of India, Pushkar is home to the only Brahma Temple in the entire world. Pushkar is the best place to visit in November as it hosts the world’s largest camel fair in this month. This year, the fair will take place with all the necessary COVID restrictions. Travellers can witness the richness of history and cultural heritage during this festival in November.


How to reach:

Nearest Airport – Jaipur International Airport, Jaipur (130 km from Pushkar)

Nearest Railway Station – Ajmer Railway Station (14.2 km from Pushkar)

Weather in November:

15-30 degrees Celsius

4. Nashik, Maharashtra

Situated on the banks of River Godavari, Nashik is home to many impressive temples. One of the hosts to the world-famous Kumbh Mela, Nashik holds its significance in Hindu mythology too. Nashik also boasts of forts, waterfalls and vineyards which make it one of the most sought-after destinations to explore in India.


How to reach:

Nearest Airport – Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai (180 km from Nashik)

Nearest Railway Station – Nashik Road Railway Station (8.4 km from the city centre)

Weather in November:

13-32 degrees Celsius

5. Banaras, Uttar Pradesh

The holy city of Kashi is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the entire world. With colourful ghats, intricately built temples, narrow lanes and quintessential old-world charm, Banaras has been the epicenter of spirituality and religion. In November, a five-day celebration, ‘Ganga Mahotsav’, takes place attracting devotees from across the globe. It is indeed one of the best places to visit in November in India.

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How to reach:

Nearest Airport – Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport, Varanasi (23.7 km from the city centre)

Nearest Railway Station – Varanasi Railway Station (3 km from the city centre)

Weather in November:

22-32 degrees Celsius

So, what are you thinking about? Choose from the above options of destinations, plan your next trip and satiate the traveller within!