India has been listed among the Top 10 fall trips this year, inspired by National Geographic.
Read on to find out which are the other places that feature on the list.
As the monsoon wraps up in India, and the festive season begins, you will surely be on the lookout for places for your next holiday.
Then, let National Geographic's Best Fall Trips 2017 inspire you!
From the scenic Bhutan to an epic view of Cape Town, Mfuwe Lodge in South Luangwa National Park to Vougeot Castle in France, these trips will make you want a vacation right now.
Take a look!
The constitution designates that 60 per cent of the country remain under forest cover. In between your wooded explorationes, explore the Taktsang Palphug Monastery, also known as the Tiger's Nest.Photograph: Sean Caffrey/Getty Images
Spend endless hours exploring the coral reef that dominates the waters around Lizard Island, home to one of our Unique Lodges of the World.
Photograph: Oliver Lucanus/Minden Pictures
Zion National Park
The Virgin River flows through Zion National Park in Utah, one of many national parks worth exploring during this colorful season.
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The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is certainly an efficient way to get to the top for this epic view, so be sure to spend time at the top soaking in the full range of views.
Photograph: Neil Austen/Getty Images
Day of the Dead souvenirs in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Photograph: Oana Dragan/G Adventures
An African Elephant walks through the reception area of the Mfuwe Lodge in South Luangwa National Park.
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The Vougeot Castle sits in a colorful landscape beyond a vineyard in Burgundy, France.
Photograph: Matteo Colombo/Getty Images
The mountain village of Parthenonas is seen through neighboring olive trees, which are ready for harvest in the fall.
Photograph: Berthold Steinhilber, Laif/Redux
The Taj Mahal, India.
Photograph: Jonathan Irish/National Geographic Expeditions
A street market with stalls full of food stays busy in Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam.
Photograph: Elena Aleksandrovna Ermakova/Getty Images