For a Hot & Dry November Experience, Visit Bangkok
With a November average of 91.58 °F (33.1 °C), Bangkok makes for the perfect destination for those seeking to explore a huge metropolis under the warm rays of the sun. The wet season has just ended, and rainfall drops significantly to a 56 mm average, which means you can drop the umbrella and pack more sunscreen.
For a Tropical Climate, Go to Singapore
Since Singapore is positioned near the equator, it has a tropical rainforest climate. This means that it’s always hot (av. 86.5 °F or 30.3 °C) and humid there, including November. However, if you don’t mind a bit of rainfall, there’s so much to see, taste, and experience in Singapore without getting cold once!
For Unbelievably Blue Waters, Choose the Dominican Republic
Who said summer ends in September? Not people in the Dominican Republic, that’s for sure! Since November is the first month after the hurricane season, you can expect a fair amount of rainfall on this beautiful, most mountainous Caribbean island. Average temperatures are around 86.9 °F (30.5 °C), and you get around 8 hours of sunlight each day. What can be better than that?
For a Taste of Africa, Visit Cape Verde
Situated off the west coast of Africa, the Cape Verde Islands are a group of ten main and a number of smaller islets that can offer the greenest of green and the bluest of blue all in one sight. The climate is tropical and dry during November, and since there’s no cool season, there shouldn’t be any climatic surprises. See the old Spanish cargo shipwreck at the beach or climb to the majestic volcano Mt. Fogo, or just relax in the forest. Cape Verde has a lot to offer in the fall!