November is here, and so does the winters are approaching in most parts of the world, making it difficult to decide where to go in November, as some parts of the world are too cold and others are drenching with rain. Therefore to ease the travel hassles we have collated here for you some of the best places to travel to in the month of November.
Wherein the lively city of Melbourne, Hong Kong's scrumptious food trails and Oman’s heritage grandeur will keep you pepped up as they have a long list of things they offer to their visitors in November. Also, not just limited to that there are a lot more other places too, to make your holidays a memorable one.
So for all your convenience, this list of places to visit in November will help you plan in advance!
Lively, stylish and artsy Melbourne is the best place to travel to in November, moderate temperature, low-airfares, keeps the Melbourne city busy with tourists during this time of the year. The combination of world-class dining, art galleries, and shopping options makes it a most livable city and to travel to. The best way to explore Melbourne city is to go through their hidden laneways and rooftops or become a part of their sports events and cheer along with them. One can also indulge in their culinary delights to satiate their taste-buds as they offer numerous cuisines from around the world and if you are there then one cannot miss on their tastiest cheap street food from Hanoi Hannah’s, serving Vietnamese cuisine and Fonda Mexican for their mouth-watering tacos and burritos.
For some architecture, delight start at Flinders Street station, wander down Degraves Street and explore the city’s beautiful arcades. For shopping, here you can shop like a local, within the hustle-bustle in Queen Victoria Markets, the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere or can hop into Ros St. Artists’ market for some designers stuff.
November is the great month to go to Hong Kong, where you can dive into a festival, hike a mountain trail, visit a temple or a walled village. It's here you can take the long walks at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade along the waterfront, with your eyes locked on the world’s most spectacular city line. Shopping and art are also a big business here, so do not miss to go Temple street market and Ladies’ market for some bunch of street shopping experience. The thrill and adventure lovers cannot afford to miss Ocean Park Hong Kong, for some amazing rides, world-class aquarium and giant pandas.
A tropical paradise, Seychelles is located off the coast of East Africa has been a popular island destination among the tourists, pristine powder white beaches, lush tropical vegetation, and turquoise green water makes it a heaven on land. Its an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean offers perfect views for those dreamy pictures, whether you are on a honeymoon or with family and friends.
Typically warm throughout the year, November is considered to be the best month to travel to Seychelles. Anse Lazio on Praslin Island is the favorite amongst the water sports lovers, one can also indulge in water-sports like snorkeling, kayaking, and sailing.
Do not miss to visit Seychelles’ capital, Victoria, which can be easily explored in half a day, it's here you can shop like a local or make a visit to some museums, to get the sense of Island’s history.
One can also have a taste of best French cuisine here and visit the island’s night bazaars, where you can taste homemade local food and drinks, such as cassava chips, boudin blood sausage and a local sugarcane liquor.
Located in Greater Antilles and southeast of Florida, Bahamas comprises of more than 700 islands and 2400 cays all surrounded by coral and long ocean trenches. While the Bahamas is not just about its pristine white sand beaches. It's here you can enjoy some of the only things found in the world, like Bahamas houses world’s largest aquarium, at the garish Atlantis Paradise Island resort encompasses 14 lagoons, eight million gallons of water and more than 50,000 aquatic animals and 250 species. If you don't know about Dean's Blue Hole, off Long Island, then must visit here in the Bahamas, it is the second deepest saltwater sinkhole on Earth, plunging 202 meters.
By any chance, if you are a pig lover then you can swim along with them, as here you can find swimming pigs, at Big Major Cay or Pig Beach is renowned for its porcine residents
Completely rely on tourism Bahamas will be your warmest host, so travel this November to explore the real beauty of Bahamas.