Take in some sun in the Bahamas
However, if you'd sooner try bull running than snap on a pair of skis, then don't panic as there are plenty of other options out there. The Bahamas
is a world away from the cold slopes, and a trip there could be the perfect antidote to the British weather in November.
A chain of 700 islands and thousands of cays, the Bahamas is known for its outstanding weather, long beaches and crystal clear waters. An explorer's paradise, there is so much to discover in the Bahamas, one holiday might well not be enough. Let your feet sink into the powdery sands on New Providence Island 's Cable Beach, or lose yourself in the busy streets of Nassau. Take out a boat and discover hidden bays or pull on a snorkel and explore life under the water.
Enjoy a beach holiday in Mauritius
Another paradise retreat you might want to consider this November is Mauritius
. Situated off the coast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is an island paradise with white sands, coral reefs and palm trees. Imagine lying on a sun kissed beach drinking a cool cocktail and you'll probably already start to feel your cares drifting away. Excellent local cuisine made using the freshest of ingredients will help cap off the holiday of a lifetime.
Swap your winter blues for the bright lights of Vegas
If it's the hustle and bustle of a city you're looking for however, then try the bright lights of Las Vegas
for size. Entertainment is the order of the day on a trip to Las Vegas, situated in the middle of the Mojave Desert. With no clocks inside casino, you might well find time slips by quite easily here, as the drinks keep arriving and food is available whenever you're hungry.
Although gambling is the main pastime in Las Vegas, there are also family activities, an abundance of shows and live entertainment, theme parks, shopping centres and golf courses. If you're ready for a holiday of indulgence, then Las Vegas is the place to come.
Enjoy the shopping experience in Marrakech
If the thought of losing all your holiday spending money on the roulette wheel is a real concern however, consider a city break to Marrakech
where snake charmers and impressive palaces greet you at every turn. Opportunities for shopping are everywhere, as Marrakesh has the largest traditional market, or souk, in Morocco and traders will do their level best to try and persuade you to part with your cash.
Marrakesh is not for the fainthearted and you will appreciate having somewhere quiet and peaceful to be able to escape the crowds. Accommodation options vary from the simplest of rooms to opulent hotel suites, and you are sure to find something suitable for your needs. Treat yourself to an exotic experience this November and head to Marrakesh.
Whichever destination takes your fancy, you can rely on The Co-operative Travel to organise everything and ensure you have a holiday to remember wherever you end up.