Here Are 4 Great Places To Visit in November

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November brings better traveling deals preceding the holiday month of December. As people prepare for Christmas and New Year’s Eve, it makes for a family traveling month to great destinations.

No need to wait out the month with a warm blanket as you can escape the onset of winter’s freezing temperatures in style.

Take advantage of this time to soak in the pleasant breeze of cities in the wake of summer with crowd-free beaches and luxurious hotels.

Go for a well-worth trip to the Himalayas on an adventurous hike or choose to go dancing barefoot in the white sand beaches of Barbuda.

This month opens lots of opportunities to visit unique towns for anyone and everyone. Among our top picks we have;

1. The Caribbean

best places to visit in November Caribbean

The Caribbean is extensive; it will probably take you a lifetime to soak in what it has to offer.

The islands span far giving everyone a piece of it from the San Juan Rainforest, to the Baths of Virgin Gorda and the cave system of Barbados. You’ll have to plan your trip well enough for this one.

That’s why you should start in November all the way to the peak of the holiday season.

Stingray City, Grand Cayman

Located in the Cayman Islands, get the most memorable moments with tame Stingrays. You can snorkel or dive in the 3 to 12ft deep waters to feed these amazing animals by hand. As they are used to human touch, you can as well feel their fins as you swim by.

Costa Rica

Pump some adrenaline as you zip line through the rain forests of Costa Rica. Here, you become fully immersed in nature as you can also get by with riding an aerial canopy tram or crossing a hanging bridge. Also, tuck into the exotic dishes of Costa Ricans filled with colorful dishes.

2. Tenerife, Canary Islands


At this time of the year, sunshine is guaranteed for all Europe’s holidaymakers. These Islands are a blend of culture, delicacies, beautiful sceneries, beaches and a taste of history in the colonial towns.

Santa Cruz Beaches

All the fun starts at the beach with the gentle waves of Las Teresitas allowing snorkelers and swimmers have an easy time. This is the ideal location for families since the beach has windbreakers to calm the current.

Santa Cruz also hosts a wide exhibition of the local people’s history at the Museum of Nature and Man. And don’t miss their annual carnival event at this time to partake in the colorful processions.

Teide National Park

Get in touch with the stunning splendor of amazing landscapes at Teide National Park. Sitting at the heart of this Island and a UNESCO heritage is a 10-mile volcanic crater.

You’ll have a chance to hike through this volcano with local tour guides and immerse in the natural beauty of the Island.

3. Cairo, Egypt


Egypt’s capital draws millions of tourists each year. Speak of the famous pyramids of Giza plus the Great Sphinx, here’s history that spans over centuries to stand as the seventh wonder of the world.

A collection of ancient artifacts awaits you in their grand museums. You’ll also want to have a look at their sprawling mosques in the city, treasured as archeological gems.

The Great Giza Pyramid

Besides the tourist hassle that come with reaching the site of the Giza pyramids, you’ll want to have a look at the largest of them all.

They stand as the face of ancient civilization with three notable pyramids; Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. Along with the Pyramids is the Great Sphinx which was carved out of a single rock.

Get to explore some of the massive antiquities displayed at the Egyptian Museum. Also, make time for visiting Coptic Cairo which showcases the walls of Babylon.

And don’t skip the Church of Bacchus and St. Sergius where it is believed the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus took shelter during the massacre of baby boys by King Herod.

4. Buenos Aires, Argentina


This City stands tall with 400 years of history. Start at El Obelisco towering at 68meters to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the city.

Its ancient feeling has a mix of European architecture, distinct tango dance and a smell of freshly roasted coffee.

You’ll want to visit Rio de la Plata waterfront for a shopping spree in their outstanding boutiques. The Teatro Colon opera house also stands with a story of the succession of architects.

And, stop at Plaza Dorrego for churros as you rest and watch tango dancers take on the street.

In this month, you’ll get your history fix as well as pump adrenaline and explore what nature has to offer.

You’ll also experience the festive ambiance of the most visited cities in the world, so gear up to start making a memorable experience.