Post # 1
I was curious if anyone has been to mexico in november? i know, in theory, it can be rainy/hurricanes…but was wondering if anyone has still traveled to mexico (near cancun) in november and what the weather was like? my Fiance and I are thinking of going there (the place Mrs Penguin wrote about) in November for our honeymoon, but a bit worried about the weather…
Post # 3
Yes! We went to Playa del Carmen for our friends’ destination wedding over Thanksgiving and the weather was beautiful. I can’t guarantee it’s always like that, but we had no trouble.
Post # 4
Hi- I used to work on cruise ships in the caribbean. In Nov it is just pot luck. Some times it can be gorgeous and other times cool and very wet. If you are going for a week or more then you will are bound to get at least a few good days. But its Mexico-you will have a great time whatever the weather!
Post # 5
We went the first week of November last year, to Riviera Maya. It was gorgeous nearly the entire week, except for one rainy morning. The temperature was perfect – it was never too hot. It was, however, very windy most of the time – we only made it out on to the ocean once.
Watch the prices — they can skyrocket around Thanksgiving, but you’ll find that there are some deals to be had during the first few weeks.
Post # 6
yes! FH and i went about 2 years ago for my friend’s wedding to puerto vallarta! it was amazing! the weather upheld for the whole week we were there. not a cloud in the sky nor a drop of rain. i highly recommend staying at any RIU hotel… their services are spectacular and their staff is top notch. before our trip we had the same weather concerns and they were very kind when we called week by week to get updates on the weather conditions.
Post # 7
I’ve been in January and it was lovely. I swam in ocean and snorkled. Very very nice. Out of hurricane season so that’s not an issue.
Post # 8
My fiance and I were scheduled to visit during our cruise a couple of years ago, which was in early november, but we had to take a detour because of bad weather. Sounds a bit hit or miss!