For people searching for holidays in November, good weather will usually be high on the agenda. Whether you’re a sun-worshipper or just want some rays on your back as you explore the sights, you can see below some of the best locations for a warm November escape…
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|Port Louis, Mauritius||20||29||4|
|Praia, Cape Verde||24||29||0|
Where to go
So you’ve decided you want to spend November somewhere special. But how do you decide where to go? Below you’ll find the best places to visit, from stunning safari locations to alpine villages. Whether you want to go long-haul of just nip somewhere for a long-weekend, we’ve got you covered…
Different people want different things, and not every November holiday destination will be the right one for you, regardless of what the weather’s like. If you want to choose your location based on what you like doing, you can see the best spots below…
Events and festivals
November is an amazing month to go away and experience festivals around the world. From bizarre ghoulish feasts to beautiful lantern extravaganzas, there’s something for everyone and unique experiences that you won’t be able to see anywhere else.
Places to avoid
So we’ve given you the good news, what about the stinkers? Here are the places you shouldn’t visit in November. Bad weather, overcrowding or just not much going on; there are lots of reasons to avoid certain destinations in November.
Here are the ones we’d suggest waiting until another time of year to visit…
- Indonesia is filled with stunning destinations that make for a perfect holiday, but visiting in November will see you arrive slap bang in the middle of the country’s wet season. You can expect rain and flooding almost every day in November, so it’s best avoided at this time of year
- The tiny country of Andorra is situated between France and Spain, and famous for its ski resorts because of its location in the Pyrenees mountains. Whilst its reputation is deserved, it also attracts huge skiing crowds each year, and is best avoided in November when the slopes are likely to be particularly busy