(Closed) Late October/Early November Honeymoon

posted 5 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
178 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

How about Koh Chang island in Thailand? Normally the rainy season should be over by late October. We were there last November, and one of the reasons why we chose Koh Chang was that according to my research the dry season normally starts there earlier than in Phuket or Koh Samui. Except last year the weather was really weird and it rained in November, which apparently usually never happens. However it was still really warm, and it never rained all day, so surprisingly the rain didn’t bother us.

Our hotel Gajapuri was wonderful, it was small (28 bungalows I think) and felt really secluded even though it was in the middle of Kai Bae beach. The actual beach was nothing to write home about, though. In Koh Chang you can go jungle trekking, ride an elephant, cycling around the island, snorkeling, kayaking etc.

Or how about Mauritius or Seychelles?

Post # 4
284 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Hey!!! We went to Thailand over Thanksgiving last year and did a week on a boat across different islands for the first week and a land tour the second week! The weather isn’t as hot and muggy as it normally is in Thailand and I loved the secluded beaches we were able to visit and waking up to panoramic views every morning!! We went through G Adventures and for the most part it is all inclusive!

We are going on our honeymoon on Nov 5th to Moorea and for 6nights, 7 days in an overwater bungalow for $7058. This includes our RT airfare from New Orleans. I know that October is still considered peak travel for Tahiti and we were able to get that price by pushing our honeymoon back by two weeks! If that’s where you end up picking, it’s just something to consider!

Hope any of that actually helps you!

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