How can someone refuse a short getaway at the beach in November? Who would say no to that white shimmering sand with the blue water crystals? Can’t decide where to go? Stay with us and will let you explore the best beaches there is. After saving for your next travel, you’re next task is to find that perfect destination. This will help you start your plan. This will give you an idea how much you’re going to spend for flight tickets, accommodation, food and miscellaneous. Planning a travel is very simple as long as you have a clear goal of what to achieve in this travel. For some, they want to go to the mountains, some visit museums in the city, and for most travellers, they prefer to be at the beach. This is where you usually find solitude and relaxation. Let’s have a tour of the best beaches that you can travel to. Most of the beaches that we reviewed are in Asia. Location wise, Asia is the perfect place to find a full stretch of sand and waters. The beaches that you can see here is not just a place to relax, full moon parties, read a book, sunbathing or surf, it is a paradise to remember. November is the best time to go to the beach. This is when you can feel the cool breeze without the scorching heat of the sun. Check out the most exciting beaches that we had prepared for you. They are definitely worth travelling to at an affordable price.
Sailing, diving, fishing and relaxing are the main activities for visitors to the 155 islands of this Indian Ocean archipelago. Mahé, Praslin and La Digue are the most popular islands. Mahé boasts 65 silver beaches, plus an array of restaurants, cafés, bars and casinos in the tiny capital, Victoria. The Seychelles are home to UNESCO-designated sites, coral atoll Aldabra and Vallée de Mai, called the Garden of Eden. Creole is the main language, but English and French are widely spoken.
If lazing under the sun on clear white sands with a brilliant view of turquoise sea waters is your idea of a getaway, then you should definitely consider travelling to Seychelles. The island nation in the southern Indian ocean to the north-east of Madagascar offers sunny yet pleasant climate in the second half of the year. And the rainy season doesn't start till December. So November is a perfect time to plan your trip to this sparsely populated island nation famous for its beach resorts. Seychelles is well connected too all parts of the world despite its adrift location. There are plenty of resorts to choose from with sate of the art hospitality for an enjoyable stay. The famous beaches to see are Anse Royale in Mahe and Praslin beach. The nation also boasts and interesting variety of flora and fauna. You can visit the zoo, parks and aquarium with family and spot the rare black parrot and Aldabra tortoise, native only to this island. The Morne Seychellois nature park is scenic with its lush green tropical forest hills. You can enjoy the water sports as well by snorkelling through the corals. The Beau Vallon area is famous for water sports. Other beautiful tiny islands to see after completing the tour of Mahe are the Silhouette island and Curieuse. The nightlife in these islands is colorful as well with several beach side parties in resorts. Overall Seychelles is definitely an exciting beach vacation destination for all ages.
Can easily communicate around, English is widely spoken in Seychelles
Amazingly beautiful and warms seas
Perfect get away beach if you’re looking for solemn and relaxing trip
The ocean can become fairly rough during certain periods of the year
Seaweeds along the beach is very visible at times
Corals have been destroyed
Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. Soak up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, or commune with the tropical creatures as you dive along coral ridges or the colorful wreck of a WWII war ship. On shore, the lush jungle shelters stone temples and mischievous monkeys. The “artistic capital” of Ubud is the perfect place to see a cultural dance performance, take a batik or silver-smithing workshop, or invigorate your mind and body in a yoga class.
Who doesn't love a beach holiday to take a break from the ever hectic work life? If you are planning your next vacation to a beautiful beach destination, the first name on your list should be Bali. This little island made up of volcanic mountains in the Indonesian archipelago is known for its scenic variety. You can enjoy the tall mountains especially Mt. Agung, the tallest peak over 2000 metres high, the green paddy fields, the pristine white sand beaches and coral reefs all in one single island. The UNESCO world heritage site has over 500 species of reef-building coral. You can also enjoy a taste of the ancient Hindu Balinese culture visiting the old temples and taking part in festivals when you have had enough sun in the famous Balangan beach. With tropical climate all year round, the temperature remains an average 30 degrees Celsius even during November with occasional spurts of rain. The peak rains happen in December, so November is a good time to enjoy the island with lower temperatures than summer, yet sunny and humid in the day. Whether you are travelling alone or with friends or family you can find exhilarating water sports here ranging from surfing, water scooter, para-sailing, scuba diving and snorkelling. So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets and pack your bags right away!
Tropical climate is best for beaches
Humidity can be very unpleasant
The Maldives archipelago consists of 1190 tiny islands scattered across the Indian Ocean. Only 185 of these islands are inhabited, while the others are used largely for tourism and agriculture. The atolls are composed of live coral reefs and sand bars perched atop a 960km submarine ridge, while the land features lush tropical vegetation with abundant local coconut palms. With an average ground level of 1.5m above sea level, the Maldives is by far the lowest country on earth and as such has a very fragile ecosystem. The capital and largest city of the Maldives is Male.
If a beach vacation is on your mind, one of the topmost destinations to pop in your mind would be the islands of Maldives in the south west Indian ocean. Most popular for its luxurious resorts on pristine little islands, a stay in one of the island resorts will make you feel like having the entire island to yourself. Ideal for a couples retreat, this should be the spot if you are planning the trip with your loved one. With the peak rainy season getting over by August, October to December is a perfect time to visit with pleasant weather throughout. There are plenty of activities to keep you occupied ranging from scuba diving, snorkelling, ferry rides and para-sailing. Apart from coral, these islands have a rich marine life. The Baa Atoll is a UNESCO biosphere reserve with over 250 species of coral and aquatic animals including the rare manta rays, whale shark, Hawksbill and Green turtles. The Hanifaru Bay is also another dive site where you can go diving witnessing the mass feeding of manta rays and sharks. There are several beautiful spots for snorkelling, the famous being Bandos and Baros islands. If you feel tired after doing water sports all day, there's delicious Maldivian cuisine waiting to rejuvenate you. An interesting blend of South Indian and Srilankan style of cooking the fish curries and seafood are available all day in restaurants. With so much to offer Maldives is the definition of a luxurious beach retreat!
Incredible island and deep blue waters across the Indian Ocean
Variety of sea creatures are often seen making you feel close to nature
Every resort is is located on it’s own exclusive island
Rising water levels and sea erosions causing some islands to disappear
Strict laws limits freedom, dress codes, what can be brought to the islands etc.
Transportation can be lengthy and expensive
Hạ Long Bay, in northeast Vietnam, is known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. Junk boat tours and sea kayak expeditions take visitors past islands named for their shapes, including Stone Dog and Teapot islets. The region is popular for scuba diving, rock climbing and hiking, particularly in mountainous Cát Bà National Park.
If you want to be transported to an ethereal out of the world setting reminding you of the locales in movies like King Kong and Avatar, then you should to the 'land of the descending dragon', the meaning of 'Halong Bay' in Vietnamese. Halong Bay is a group of around 2000 islets and 1000s of limestone rocks jutting out of the emerald waters all within a small area of roughly 330 square kilometres. The core of the bay where the limestone karsts are in high density has been declared a world heritage site for its fairy tale like setting. Located about 100 kilometres from the capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi, the best way to reach this stunning island group with hundreds of beaches is to opt for a 2 night or 3 night trip package from Hanoi offered by several tour operators. Post reaching the Cat Ba island by bus, you will take a boat ride to reach your island stay. The boat ride itself is enjoyable with music & dance, you can try jumping off the boat deck into the green waters below. You will stay in a wooden house built right above the sea waters. You will wake up to the stunning view of the rocks and sea and can step into the waters for a swim just a minute's walk away. There are several water sports to enjoy with your friends. Delicious Vietnamese sea food is on offer as well. In the evenings, you can venture into the beach side bar and socialize with friends over a drink and party all night. An ideal island vacation destination to relax and party with your friends.
The weather may not be ideal, but the November feel has it’s own beauty
Less crowded even with the growing tourist population
Private and exclusive, less noisy as compared to other beaches
Boats dumps sewage in the waters that causes it to be polluted
Cleanliness is sometimes not observed
Transportation can be lengthy
Turquoise lagoons, soft white sands, and deep tangerine sunsets set the scene for romance on the island so nice they named it twice. Mingle with tropical fish as you flutter around Coral Gardens or Tupitipiti Point, or relax in a self-driving tour as you take in beautiful views of the once-volcanic Mount Otemanu. At the Lagoonarium you can watch shark feedings and swim with turtles. Cap it all off with a succulent meal at one of the island’s fine French restaurants, then sip a tropical cocktail under the stars.
The Bora Bora is an island group in the Society Islands of French Polynesia in the Pacific Ocean. Being in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with the nearest continents more than a thousand miles away, this beautiful island lagoon formation is literally in the middle of nowhere. The island's geography with a lagoon formation surrounded by coral reef on all sides and the middle of the island has an extinct volcanic peak, Mt Otamanu. Though small, the island has rich scenic beauty and aqua-centric luxury resorts to offer. The resort stays are built right atop the lagoon on stilts making for a complete water world living experience. If you like to relax completely cut-off from the rest of the world for a few days this is your getaway. You can enjoy the turquoise waters and then venture on land on a bicycle riding along the quiet streets of Vaitape, the largest settlement, bordered by coconut trees. Scuba diving and snorkelling are popular activities and an opportunity to swim along-side manta rays and sharks in the lagoon which are harmless to humans. The Motu Marfu is also another nearby island you can give a visit to. The Faanui has an old American world war II air base, which makes for an interesting sight-seeing now.
Lush landscapes of the tropics
Surrounded by blue clear lagoons
Best reserve beach experience for special occasions
The islands have very few shops, restaurants and businesses, a little inconvenient for some
Travelling to it can be very difficult
The sandy coast of Goa is perfect for reclining by the sea. Nestle into a cushioned chair at a beach shack and savor a curry while you sip a Kingfisher beer, watching the sun slip lazily below the horizon. In Old Goa, the beautiful Basilica of Bom Jesus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fine example of baroque architecture. Visit during Christmastime to experience a fantastic religious and cultural mash-up of East and West.
If you are planning a trip to India, you wouldn't want to miss the popular beach destination of Goa. Famous for its long beaches and shorelines dotted with coconut trees and small hills, the erstwhile Portuguese colony has a lot to offer for fun, relaxation and historical sightseeing. The must see beaches to visit are the Vagator, Anjuna, Candolim and Calangute to sunbathe and enjoy the bright blue waters. Also do not miss the Baga beach market where you can load your bag with cool Indian souvenirs. There are numerous cruise ships on the seas with astonishing luxury on offer. On the mainland you would definitely want to hire a scooter and drive around the streets of Panaji, the capital. You could also drive and visit the fishing village of Agonda. When you venture into the city after refreshing yourself in the beach, there are many historical sites to visit like the Fort Aguada the 17th century Portuguese fort and light house, the Basilica of Bom Jesus which has the 400 year old mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier and an hour away in the western ghats, the Dudhsagar Falls. There are plenty of water sports to try from including scuba diving and para-gliding. If you are a fan of club music or concerts, you could plan your trip during one of the music festivals wherein DJs from across the world showcase their skills. Goa has plenty to offer for the youngsters and a perfect destination for beach parties with your friends.
Very much cleaner that the other areas in India
Perfect place for relaxation
Beach of Goa are very diverse, you can easily choose your preference of atmosphere
Too much tourists makes it crowded
Food are mostly spicy, can be misery for people who hates pepper and spices
Transportation can be lengthy
Phi phi Island - mostly of this limestone island is a protected marine reserve, which means you’ll enjoy unspoiled beaches, as well as fantastic diving and snorkeling. Several local dive shops get great reviews from our travelers. When you’re back on dry land, chill out even more with a session of yoga on the beach.
There are a few beach resorts in the world as scenic and relaxing as the Phi Phi Islands in Krabi, Thailand. Huge limestone cliffs amidst the azure waters make for an out of the world setting to enjoy a quiet and laidback vacation in this beach resort. There are two large islands which are famous - Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Lee. The second island has the famous beaches along with the Viking Cave, glittering limestone caves you can visit kayaking in a long tail boat in the sea waters underneath. If you like love beach parties you will find this island amazing with its rocking all night beach parties around campfire. There are water sports as well to enjoy with your tour group like scuba diving and snorkelling. The waters are rich in corals and if you are lucky you can spot a Bryde's whale as well. With the rainy season almost ending, November is a good time to plan your vacation with temperatures much lower than the hot summers. Barring brisk drizzles, the weather is generally sunny so you can make the most of the white sand beaches. Being close to Phuket, you have the choice to club your trip to Phi Phi together covering the larger beach town as well in the Southern tip of Thailand. Many resorts have places to stay in one of the small rocky islands so you can enjoy the splendid view much closer and jump into the waters whenever you like to cool off.
Amazingly beautiful geography
Deep blue is exceptionally clear
Quiet get-away beaches
Crowded on mid day.
-Requires a long trip to go to the island.
Bad weather may mean getting stuck in the island.