The Best Places to Travel in November

The Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal | Photo by Sylwia Bartyzel on Unsplash

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Think you can squeeze in one more trip before the end of the year? Of course you can! Here’s our selection of the absolute best breaks you can take in November.

Ancient Peru

With Machu Pichu now open, why not join us in Peru this November

Experience Peru like never before on this exclusive nine-day trip. Start in Cusco, where you’ll try your hand at a Peruvian cooking class before embarking on a walking tour to see the city’s top sights. We’ll venture to Piuray Lagoon, where you can choose between a kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding session, before heading to the Sacred Valley. We’ll take in Maras and admire the Inca ruins at Moray, followed by a stop at the Incan fortress of Ollantaytambo. Ready for the main event? It’s off to the extraordinary 15th-century ruins of Machu Picchu, high in the Andes Mountains. Snap incredible photos at Colca Canyon before finishing in Arequipa. Your last sendoff is a foodie tour of the city’s sizzling picanterias (local lunch restaurants).

Take an unforgettable trip to Ancient Peru and experience one of the wonders of the modern world

Georgia and the Caucasus

Our trip to Georgia and the Caucasus begins here

Embark on a nine-day adventure in Georgia and uncover this true hidden gem. From trekking in the stunning Caucasus Mountains to indulging in a delicious feast at a farmer’s market, our immersive experience captivates every curious traveller. Begin your journey in Tbilisi’s Old Quarter before learning about Unesco’s World Heritage sites at Mtskheta. Witness the ancient wine-making and drinking customs before venturing into Lagodekhi National Park. Discover the awe-inspiring Truso Gorge, explore the renowned Gergeti Church and trek to the striking Juta village. This region boasts the best of the expansive High Caucasus Mountains. The journey concludes on a luxurious note with a visit to Tbilisi’s sulphur baths and a rejuvenating massage.

Come explore rural Georgia and the Caucasus on this spectacular trip

Dazzling Brazil

Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Get the complete Brazil experience with this itinerary, starting and ending in the country’s two most famous cities. We begin by exploring São Paulo, before heading to coastal paradise Paraty, where we’ll swim, snorkel and 4×4 our way through Paraty Bay. Finally it’s onwards to Rio – watch the sunset from a bar on Sugarloaf Mountain, visit Christ the Redeemer, learn about samba, food and street art, as well as exploring the city’s natural bounties – beaches, botanical gardens and a vast urban forest. After collecting a bucket-load of memories you’ll leave Brazil behind with a fresh tan, a satisfied appetite and some fresh new dance moves.

Your next great adventure is waiting for you in Dazzling Brazil

Epic Morocco

The looming Atlas Mountains as viewed from Marrakech

Journey deep into the Sahara, explore the majestic kasbah of Ait-Ben-Haddou, and stargaze with an expert astrologer on this 11-day Moroccan adventure. You’ll experience local culture and marvel at the architectural wonders of Casablanca and Fez. Away from the usual tourist trail, you’ll explore more remote places such as the blue city of Chefchaouen and the Todra Gorge, deep in the High Atlas mountains. Foodie highlights range from authentic Berber meals in the desert to contemporary dishes at a trendy rooftop venue in Marrakech.

Take a trip to Epic Morocco and venture through the Sahara and Atlas Mountains

Regal Rajasthan

City Palace, Old City, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

This once-in-a-lifetime adventure starts in the thrumming Indian capital of Delhi, where you’ll explore the ancient walled core of Shahjahanabad by bicycle. Then it’s off to Agra, home to the monumental Taj Mahal, which you’ll visit at sunrise – the most peaceful time of day. Jaipur, Rajasthan’s largest city, is next – via the Unesco World Heritage-listed town of Fatehpur Sikri. The next day, you’ll take a jeep ride to the breathtaking Amer Fort, in the forested hills north of Jaipur. Rohet is next, on the edge of the Thar Desert, where you’ll embark on a jeep safari to visit Bishnoi villages, and then onto a city sightseeing tour of Jodhpur. From Rohet it’s cross country to the scenic village of Narlai, before driving on to Udaipur – where this trip wraps up, after a visit to the Jain temple at Ranakpur.

We look forward to rolling out the red carpet for your trip to Regal Rajasthan

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