The Best Places to Travel in November
If you want to give vent to your wanderlust spirit by visiting the global tourist hotspots without breaking the bank, then schedule your itinerary in November. November heralds the onset of the long holiday season beginning with Thanksgiving and lasting until the first week of the New Year. Typically, November happens is a month when the majority of travelers and holidaymakers would be busy with planning tour programs or schedules, so it’s still off-season for everybody having stakes in the travel & tour industry.
If you consider yourself to be a smart vacationer, you’ll surely want to make the best of both the worlds-plan a trip to a popular tourist destination and take advantage of the off-season offers and promotions. Below are some of the celebrated destinations that you could consider visiting in November.
Chile (Atacama Desert)
Think about Chile and immediately visions of the grand Andes mountain range and the vast Atacama Desert well up in the eye. Surely include a trip to the Atacama Desert during your Chilean sojourn. You’ll simply marvel at the atavistic geological formations and the awesome night sky which appears breathtakingly beautiful on every single day of the year.
If you’ve a hard time deciding which region or cities to visit in Italy, choose Sicily. Sicily had always been a magnet for globetrotters because of its stunning coastline. Now, the region is being promoted as a winery destination. Bask in the warmth of the hospitality offered by locals besides unwinding at the seacoast.
Puerto Rico is one of the most scenic spots you can visit without having to worry about keeping your passport updated (only for US citizens). You can also use your smartphone without any hiccups or extra charge in this Caribbean Island which is an unincorporated US territory. Soak up the tropical rainforests, waterfalls, and mountains or go on a late night revelry spree at casinos and beach bars in San Jose.
The capital of South Korea gets enticingly gorgeous in winter. Tour the length and breadth of the city and make the most of your leisure time.
See the best of Toronto-St. Lawrence’s Market, TV tower, and Aga Khan Museum-and wine and dine at high-end restaurants in November when the Canadian dollar fetches you more.