Is November a good time to visit Brazil? November brings high temperatures and rainfall in Rio de Janeiro, making it more humid. If you don’t mind the humidity, you can still explore all of Rio’s cultural and city sights, as well as the beaches. The beach can be a great option at this time too. Head to Costa Verde, Paraty, Búzios and Ilha Grande.
November is great for Bahia, especially for the beaches in the south of this state. It is the month when you can still see whales.
November is great to visit Pernambuco, Alagoas and Fernando de Noronha.
In November wildlife and weather can be unpredictable, but often still great in the Amazon. Rainfall increases, the dense Amazonian jungle is getting wetter, but you can still embark on the same activities as in October, as the water levels won’t have risen. It gets very hot (32°C).
In November wildlife and weather can be unpredictable, but often still great also in the Pantanal. It rains more and it’s hot. With the additional rainfall, wildlife spotting can be rarer. The first two weeks of November are still good for jaguar spotting, horse-riding.
At the Iguazu Falls the weather is unpredictable in November. It all depends on luck, there might be a huge volume of water or a lesser flow.
It is better to avoid the canyons of Aparados da Serra due to rain and low visibility, but a good time to visit the beaches of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul as spring temperatures are rising in November.
November is not a good month to visit Lencois Maranhenses on the Route of Emotions. Jericoacoara can have strong winds, great time for kitesurfing.
November gets wetter in the colonial towns of Minas Gerais. It might not be the best time to visit.