One of the best months to travel to Mexico is November: The scenery is still green from the finishing rainy season and the temperatures are starting to turn a little bit cooler, which can produce crystal-clear skies. The number of tourists are also at a minimum, and you are going to find very good deals.
November tourists of Cancun are going to want to do some shopping during their stay. Fortunately, the Cancun offers a variety of duty-free shopping venues.
La Isla Shopping Village is for the people who are searching for trendy shops and a wide variety of restaurants. Some other places to go, such as Kukulcan Plaza & Luxury Avenue can provide quite expensive boutique and a high-end shopping experience.
There are also flea market areas like Market 28 which sell traditional, handmade products. If you are a potential buyer you can haggle with the vendors over the price of crafts, jewellery or art.
Many visitors find that, with the weather cooling off a bit in November, it is a good time to play on one of the area’s plenty golf courses. These courses offer unique and breathtaking scenery that varies from course to course and sometimes from hole to hole, as the Caribbean Sea, lush forests, and rolling hills and valley are all in the distance.
Sometimes it can happen that a tropical storm or hurricane might interrupt the November holiday, but keeping an eye on the weather in the days and weeks leading up will help to avoid any severe weather.
The first and second of November are two days when you will see families picnicking at the gravesides of loved ones, in honour of All Souls’ Day, or the Day of the Dead.
Movie enthusiasts must know that the Cancun Movie Festival takes place during this month as well.
On the 20th of November, Mexico celebrates the revolution of 1910. There are speeches, parades and ceremonies all over the area.