Escape The Cold Front By Hitting Up One Of These 5 Caribbean Destinations In November
By Kelsey Marie
Winter is coming and now is the perfect time to plan your holiday escape for November.
Whether it’s a quick weekend getaway or a week-long vacation, heading to the Caribbean this November is always a great idea. Not only is it the quietest time of the year for tourism, but it’s also pleasantly warm.
Here are 5 locations in the Caribbean to visit this November:
Cat Island, Bahamas
Although there has been a spike in tourism on Cat Island in recent years, the island is still a widely unknown gem in the Bahamas.
The beaches are spectacular and the small boutique hotels and friendly locals will make you feel welcomed and at home.
Discover the famous sounds of rake-and-scrape music, originating on Cat Island a unique experience of the Bahamas.
The sister island of Antigua is currently going through a rebirth, making it a great time to visit.
The beaches will captivate you with its white and pink sands and best of all: they’re almost always empty.
This island is perfect for travel year-round but its best during slower seasons, like November.
Satisfy your tastebuds at the newly-opened Orlando’s in Rodney Bay, spearheaded by the top chef in Saint Lucia, Orlando Satchell.
On October 14, Dominica will be the home to Cabrits Resort and Spa. The new luxury resort will boast 151-room and is predicted to attract tourists to the island.
Stay ahead of the game and be one of the first to stay in this gorgeous resort during the month of November.
This tiny island is home to the first hotel ever built in the Caribbean, which is now a government building.
Bring your sneakers and take in all the views with a hike up Nevis Peak.
There are boutique hotel options to choose from on the island, but if you want more of a luxury experience, head to the Four Seasons Nevis.
Kelsey-Marie is an NYC girl who currently lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. You can keep up with her on Instagram at @kelseydashmarie