Best Places to Visit in India this Fall

So with the end of September ends the endless rain and the humid heat and finally its time to welcome October, the best month of the year and the Fall 2017. With the mere arrival of the season you could feel something happy in the air, a rush of positive vibes all around you, its just like the wind, you cannot see it but you can feel it, and fortunately if you happen to be in India or from India, I am sure just like me you too would be waiting all around the year for this month. With the welcome of fall we welcome the most beautiful festivals all around the year, The Dussehera and the Diwali, the festival of Lights. So let us check out the list of few places we can visit this fall in the long arriving weekends.


White water river rafting

If you are an adventure sports lover, just like I am, Rishikesh is an amazing place to visit this October. With its very famous adventure sports like white water river rafting and bungee jumping, Rishikesh is an amazing destination to enjoy the holiday season. Stay in the river side camp, which takes you far away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. You can have bonfire along the river side, which is offered in all the camps. At night you could literally hear the sound of flowing river along with the crickets and animals in the mountains. In the morning indulge yourself in activities like Yoga, Volleyball and the White water Rafting. Also if you do not fear height go for bungee jumping in Rishikesh which is quite famous and exciting.


darjeeling in Fall 2017

A beautiful hill station in West Bengal, Darjeeling has so much to see and do when it comes to October holidays. With the end of the rainy season the place blossoms like a Lilly in the fall, everything is so full of natural beauty over the place in falls. The hills, the tea plantation, the toy train, the monasteries there is so much to this place that makes it a perfect destination to visit this falls. Hence the name given to the Queen of Hills, Darjeeling – “The October Queen ”


travelling in october

Named after Goddess Naina, the place is a beautiful hill station in Uttarakhand. Surrounded by lakes and the famous Corbett National Park, Nanital is a delight to visit this October. With the perfect weather the city has sunsets on the lakes to die for. It is definitely a delight to every photographers eyes, to capture the beautiful lakes surrounded by hills and temples all around. You can enjoy other activities like trekking, Mountain climbing, wildlife tour or the famous wood work shopping from the local market. Everything about the place makes it worth visiting this October.



Soak yourself in the cultural beauty of Rajasthan this October by The Blue city ” Jodhpur “. One of the most famous places in Rajasthan the place is renowned for its Mehrangarh fort which was used as the location for Shooting of the famous Hollywood movie, The Dark Knight Rises. Besides the city is full of cultural beauty, Havelies, Forts and Museums. Also Jodhpur hosts the famous Rajasthan International Folk Festival in the month of October which gives us another reason to visit Jodhpur this October. Backed by UNESCO this festival unites artists from all across the globe.


wayanad wildlife sanctuary in falls

The weather is just perfect around the month of October and the place is a perfect getaway for a weekend from the city life. The place is full of natural beauty which includes waterfalls, treks, beaches and the visit to Wayanad national park. What else is needed a complete package all in one.The city borders Karnataka and is a part of north Kerela hence a close destination for all the people struggling the city life in Bengaluru.

So what are you waiting for just pack your backs and head out somewhere this October!!

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