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November

November is a fine time for an exotic escape. Many parts of the world enjoy fantastic weather in November - and as it's outside of school vacations there are fewer people traveling.

White sands, green peaks and emerald waters in the Caribbean. Surfing hot spots, windswept prairies and tabletop mountains along the Brazilian coast. Ruined palaces, zebu markets and whale watching in Madagascar. In India, the Ganga festival is taking place along the great river Ganges as the city of Varanasi pays tribute to the river that has been their lifeline for centuries. At full moon the locals decorate the banks with lamps and lanterns to welcome the gods to bathe.

South Africa is fantastic at this time of year and so too is Tanzania. Or you could head to Jordan or Oman for desert sands and colorful culture. The Caribbean also beckons, and further south, Argentina comes alive with the polo finals. An itinerary here could include a stay in Patagonia, land of snowy peaks, turquoise lakes and amazing wildlife. November promises a wonderful safari in Africa - find out more about Africa's secret season.

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Exclusive Thailand: A Family Journey from North to South

Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Samui

A cultural delight, this 13-night exclusive itinerary will take you from the northern heights of Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai, down to Bangkok for a few days in the City of Angels ending with some quality time together at Samujana, an idyllic beach hideaway.

Best for: Culture, Family, Beach, Teenagers

Big Cats and Holy Ghats - a luxury wildlife safari in India

Mumbai, Pench National Park, Rohet nr Jodphur, Jawai Banh & Udaipur

Stay at some of India’s most exclusive tented camps on a luxury wildlife safari including a dash of India’s wonderful culture and history. Explore Pench National Park, home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, before staying at Jawai Leopard Camp in Rajasthan.

Best for: Wildlife, Adventure, Couples, Honeymoon

Off the beaten track Rajasthan

Delhi, Agra, Ramathra, Ranthambore National Park, Bundi, Shahpura, Delwara nr Udaipur & Delhi

There is no better way to unlock the mystery and romance of Rajasthan than to get into the countryside and stay in former Maharajah’s palaces. Largely bypassing the major cities, this itinerary takes you to the furthest reaches of Rajasthan.

Best for: Adventure, History, Off the beaten track, Couples

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