November is the perfect time for a socially-distanced vacation (read: fewer crowds), tucked between fall getaways and winter holidays. You may also want to take advantage of any remaining vacation days before the year ends, whether you want to escape the increasingly chilly weather or take a memorable international trip during Thanksgiving break. From Thailand to the Caribbean, we have rounded up 8 of the best places to travel in November. You should take extra precautions if you are traveling this fall because of the Delta Coronavirus. Our recommendation is to purchase “cancel for any reason” travel insurance and to book only changeable flights and accommodations. If you are traveling abroad, you will also need medical insurance that will cover you, and you will need to look into each country’s vaccination rates and case types before deciding where to go.


There are 115 coral and granite islands in Seychelles, which are home to lush jungles, waterfalls, pristine beaches, and some of the world’s most beautiful resorts. November is a great time to visit, as it represents a break between humid northwest trade winds and cooler southeast trade winds. Travel in November How about that? It’s a perfect day. Aside from avoiding the December high season, you can enjoy uninterrupted sunbathing and scuba diving. Experience the most luxurious vacation of your life by staying at one of the 11 fantasy villas on North Island. The resort’s lush gardens and coral-rich water frame every paradisiacal amenity, from outdoor showers and marble tubs to chefs who prepare meals right in your suite. Wish you luck returning home.


The Berkshires, Massachusetts

Visits to the Berkshires are like stepping into an Edith Wharton novel, with Gilded Age mansions and throngs of New York City weekenders. (You can stay at Wharton’s house and garden.) You can easily spend a few days leisurely exploring the region’s antique shops, farm-to-table restaurants, and luxury spas, but the main seasonal attraction is, of course, the fall foliage. The trees are still colorful in mid-November here. Mount Greylock offers great views, with clear skies allowing you to see 90 miles away.   A new place to set up camp is Travel in November Miraval Berkshires in the charming town of Lenox, with horse stables and cottage-style rooms that will make you feel like you’re at an upscale sleepaway camp.


In Panama, November is shoulder season, as the wet weather of the winter dissipates but the prices remain lower than in summer. Not once, but twice, celebrations are held to commemorate the country’s founding. As of November 28, Panamanians celebrate Independence Day, the day when the country broke away from colonial Spain in 1821; November 3 marks the day when Panama became a self-governing country 82 years later. Travel in November Parades and fireworks take place regularly during this month, accompanied by thumping drum music, making it feel like an excuse for the entire month to be a party. In Panama City, stay at the American Trade Hotel, a 50-room hotel overlooking the Plaza Herrera. You will be able to see ships gliding through the bay of Panama from the fourth floor.

The Emilia-Romagna region of Italy

Emilia-Romagna is ready to take the spotlight as Tuscany’s bucolic hills and the Amalfi Coast’s glittering villages are often overlooked. In the autumn months, temperatures hover in the 60s and dozens of festivals celebrate the region’s food and wine. With truffle hunting tours, markets, tasting menus, and a truffle festival starting in October and lasting through November 9, the Tartufesta (White Truffle Festival) will return to the small village surrounding Bologna this year. In August, a new museum dedicated to film director Federico Fellini opened in Rimini (Fellini’s hometown) in Emilia-Romagna.


Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai will reopen on October 1 as part of the second phase of Thailand’s reopening timeline, which is great news for travelers. When you consider that November marks Chiang Mai’s Yi Peng lantern festival, this news feels even greater. At the full moon of the twelfth month of the Thai lunar calendar, the skies fill with thousands of glowing orange paper lanterns, which are released to let go of anything negative from the previous year and to welcome the new beginnings.



Do you want to make Thanksgiving extra special this year? Enjoy an authentic Irish castle feast with your family in Ireland. This Thanksgiving, Dromoland Castle in County Clare is offering a special Thanksgiving package with the aforementioned feast, roaring fires, fine whiskeys, woodland walks, and a few rounds of golf. The castle was built in the 16th century but recently underwent a $23 million renovation, which means you can enjoy the traditional decor and architectural details (arched windows, spiral staircases, and more). The castle is also just a short drive from Cliffs of Moher, so you can experience one of the most beautiful sites in the world easily.

Would you like to save some money on a trip to Bermuda? You should go in November. During November, you’ll find fewer tourists and can take a golf vacation on a budget, but be aware that the water is still a bit cool for swimming. Pack your bags if you plan to take in the perfect ocean beaches and famous pink sand without swimming.

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