Hey Tejesh, If you are planning for a trek and it’s your first time then I would suggest ‘Triund trek’ as it’s an easy trek for beginners. Even my first trek was to Triund.
You can book your trek from several agencies or you can book directly from Mcloedganj. The expenses for the trek can range from 1000-1700 including meals and camping.
Both north Goa and south Goa are great places to visit. It depends on your preferences. If you like happening places then North Goa should be your place to be. South Goa has more relaxed vibes and has mainly beaches. North Goa beaches are very popular. There also also different places to see besides the beaches such as Aguada Fort, Chapora fort. Old Goa has its own charm. There are several churches you can visit and Reis Magos fort too. In Panjim you can go to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, Fontainhas & Dona Paula. You can also take a boat cruise. In Panjim I stayed at ‘Hotel Manoshanti’ and in North Goa at ‘SinQ signature’. In south Goa we stayed at a guest house nam d ‘Round cube’.
North goa is much better place to stay and also it depends upon your liking,as i want a fully party feel so for that north goa is way much better than south goa but if u are more upto shopping and just relaxation mood no high sound so you can prefer goa...as this was my personal experience
November is an amazing time to go to Bhutan as temperature is relatively warm around that time. It is around 17-18 degrees. So it's a really good weather according to most of the seasons and the days are clear for sightseeing too.
November in Bhutan will be little cooler. But you would get clear skies. Less crowded though than the normal summer season. I suppose a 7-8 days trip would cost something between 40-45 thousand.
Bangalore to Mysore, Mysore to Wayanad, Wayanad to Ooty, Ooty to Palakkad, Palakkad to Munnar, Munnar to Kochi, Kochi to Alleppey, Alleppey to Kovalam(Trivandrum), Kovalam to Ponmudi. Try this route. You can explore all the places.