Perfect for trekking, November brings clear skies and warm days to Nepal. The trails and accommodation can get very busy so it is best to book well in advance to get your spot. Nothing beats getting out into the vast landscapes and trekking in the shadow of the mighty peaks.
November is a great time to visit Cambodia, the wet weather dries up and more tourists flock to the temples of Angkor Wat and the castaway beaches along the south coast. Bonn Om Touk, The Water Festival, is a huge celebration in Cambodia and is usually celebrated in November. Locals gather by the Tonle Sap River to watch the current change direction and mark the event with all kinds of boat races and fireworks.
One of the best times to visit the temples of Bagan is during the dry season. The weather makes for a perfect time for you to hop on a bike and cycle around the temple complex before the weather gets too hot in the early months of the year. There’s so much to see here, you’ll want the weather to be on your side to give you the best chance of getting around.
November is a great time to travel to Bhutan, with clear crisp days and chilly nights. Packing layers is the best bet to adapt to the varying altitudes you will visit and the differing temperatures during the day and night.
November is a great option for visiting Nicaragua, although there maybe some rain around on the Caribbean coast at this time the rain eases off throughout the rest of the country providing excellent conditions for trekking and coffee harvesting.
November is the start of the peak season in Chile, welcoming crowds to all areas. With temperatures sitting in the low to mid 20s and a small amount of rain around this is a great time to explore the hiking trails and marvel at the mighty glaciers.