Where’s Hot in November ?

While November can feel drizzly, dank and downright dull in the UK, there is glorious weather to be expected across many of the world’s hottest countries. Dive in and find yourself a hot destination for next November.

Top 5 Hottest Destinations in November

For the very best autumn sun head towards the Caribbean and Asia – both of which regularly enjoy temperatures upwards of 30°C.

1. Jamaica

Head to Jamaica in November and you can expect t-shirt and shorts weather, with temperatures frequently hitting the early 30s. Evening temperatures are only slightly cooler, at around 22°C, which means one thing: late-night beach parties. One of the best places to experience the best of Jamaica’s nightlife is at Rick’s Café in Negril, where guests are treated to sherbet sunsets and live reggae music.

2. Dominican Republic

As November marks the end of the rainy season in the Dominican Republic, this is a great chance to explore the island. If you’re looking to spend all-day outdoors, head north to Ocean World, an animal adventure park in Puerto Plata. Here, visitors get to swim with dolphins, sea lions and even sharks!

3. Thailand

While the UK may feel cooler in November, Thailand is just starting to warm up. With clear blue skies and little chance of rain, a visit to the Golden Triangle -- an intersection where Burma, Laos and Thailand meet -- should top your list. Boasting a melting pot of landscapes and locals, this mist-shrouded mountain is a must-see.

4. Cuba

Make the most of Cuba’s pleasant November climate by making a beeline for one of the island’s sugar-white beaches. Playa Pilar on the western tip of Cayo Guillermo is one of the clearest and cleanest beaches on Cuba’s shores. Popular dive spot, Cayo Media Luna, is also just a stone’s throw away.

5. Antigua

Antigua enjoys an enviable 30-degree climate in November. This makes it a great time to visit one of the island’s most famous landmarks, Nelson’s Harbour. This is an idyllic cultural heritage site which was once a focal point for the British navy. Today, visitors can enjoy browsing the museum and shops on show, but not before taking a dip in the dock!

Read More
Show Less
**All prices are subject to change without prior notice