Where’s hot in November? Top 10 holiday destinations…
|Country||City||Average temperature in November|
|Mexico||Punta Cana||29°C / 85°F|
|Bali||Kuta||27°C / 80°F|
|Maldives||Male||27°C / 80°F|
|Jamaica||Montego Bay||26°C / 82°F|
|Mexico||Cancun||26°C / 82°F|
|UAE||Dubai||23°C / 74°F|
|Egypt||Sharm el Sheikh||23°C / 74°F|
|Greece||Paphos||18°C / 65°F|
|Turkey||Antalya||15°C / 59°F|
Beach holidays in November
Greece and Turkey are still sunny at this time of year, but the temperatures are much, much milder. In other words, you can sit on a beach – but pack a cardigan. If you’re willing to go the long haul, Jamaica, Mexico and Bali are all sizzling at this time of year. You’ll be sipping something delicious out a coconut shell, thinking about the impending snow back home.
City holidays in November
Dubai is delightful this time of year. It’s perfect for shopping, skyscraper-spotting, and of course – eating. If you’re wanting to keep things European, Athens is around 18 degrees in November. Soak up that history good (and of course, soak up some ouzo, too).
More holidays in November
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