Ocho Rios Weather November Averages, Jamaica

    Ocho Rios Weather for November 2022

    What's the weather like in Ocho Rios in November

    November sees a significant decrease in average rainfall as compared to the previous month of October. However, it also has the least average daily sunshine hours for the year at 7 per day.


    The benefits of having fewer sunshine hours as compared to previous months, is there is a significant drop in the average temperature, expected to be 27°C for the month with dips to 24°C the coolest it has been in months. The lower temperature will allow a slightly more bearable air temperature when you are not swimming or inside an air conditioned room.

    Daily temperature averages vary between 29°C to 27°C during the month. On the whole, temperatures reduce slightly as the month progresses, signifying the reappearance of winter. As Ocho Rios is located so close to the equator, there are minimal temperature differences throughout the year, however, a 1°C or 2°C difference separates the summer and winter months. In this instance, you could consider November to be autumn in the traditional sense.


    As should be expected at any time of year, the odd passing thunderstorm might occur during the 97mm of average rainfall, divided among an average 11 rainy days through the month.

    Clouds and Sunshine Hours

    A rather low 8% chance of a cloudy day, and relatively high 53% chance of a sunny day, presents a great opportunity for visitors to spend time outside, either relaxing at the beach, by the pool or taking part in one of the many water activities on offer in Ocho Rios

    Sea Temperature

    Average sea temperatures of 29°C still allows beach and sea goers to spend their day commuting the several steps between their sun bed or towel, and the beckoning crystal clear waters of the Caribbean.


    A low 9% chance of a windy day, makes November an ideal time to do some snorkelling or perhaps scuba diving. Be sure to check the weather forecast before making a booking/reservation with a tour or dive group, just in case (although quite late in the season) a hurricane is nearby or is expected to affect the resort.

    Ocho Rios Hotels in November

    A luxury 5-bedroom Villa hidden away in beautiful Sandy Bay, Scotch on the Rocks is only 5 minutes from the town centre. Set amid brightly coloured garden, the resort offers a clean and fresh decor, also featuring some pretty neat art. The villa is ideal for family vacations or romantic getaways. A chef, Waiter, Butler and housekeeper are available on call. Room features include; air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi, phone and in-room safe. The resort also offers to kayaks and snorkelling gear, and is close to the Sandals Upton Golf and Country Club. Nearby attractions include Dunn's River Falls, Island Village shopping centre and Dolphin Cove.

    Nestled in amongst 3 acres of lush tropical foliage and close to Turtle Beach, The Fisherman's Point Resort offers a variety of room options with each suite being unique. Whilst the resort has its own pool, the nearby beach is popular with guests as it offers a wealth of activities. The resort can also help by offering complementary tour assistance. Room amenities include air conditioning, TV, kitchenette and in-room safe. The Resort has its own restaurant, bar and lounge and also a grocery store. Babysitting services are also available if required.

    A little more inland you will find The Lion House Jamaica, an Eco lodge set on top a hill, spread out over a 10-acre section. The rooms offer impressive views of the valley and sea. Resort features include shared kitchen and living spaces, free Wi-Fi, swimming pool, and meals upon request. For the more adventurous, the resort has an outside shower as part of the private and secluded en-suite bathroom in one of the rooms. White sand beaches are approximately 15 to 30 minutes away and various tourist attractions are also nearby. Catered food is available from the resort, however, meal options are limited to vegetarian, vegan and fish dishes.

    Ocho Rios Beaches for November

    A short trip from town, you'll discover Steer Town Beach, soft white sand fringed with trees and shrubs. The beach feels relatively undeveloped, feeling more secluded as compared to the beaches in the main strip. In the area you will find a few restaurant and bar options, and there are also public restrooms. There are umbrellas and chairs for use which will come in handy at this time of year be it for shade or to keep you dry from the rain.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Providing a selection of Jamaican, home-style dishes, Miss T's Kitchen is a stone's throw from the centre of Ocho Rios. Set in a lush garden setting, the restaurant is best appreciated on the 'fine-weather days' for its garden scenery (and any day to appreciate the great food!). Here you will find many Jamaican food favourites, such as; Jerk, goat curry and seafood. The restaurant also provides vegan options and catering for events.

    Inside The Fisherman's Point resort, you'll find Bottles & Chimney Bar & Restaurant. A perfect spot to take that special someone, the ambience and spectacular view of the beach is complemented by a tasty selection of food and drink. A handy tip: try not to go when a cruise ship is in port, as it may be hard to get a table and food service may be a little slower.

    Things to do in Ocho Rios in November

    Grab a rubber inner tube and a cup of courage, and jump into a river to enjoy a journey thorough pools and gentle rapids as you take a tubing adventure with White River Tubing. Surrounded by lush rainforest, the river water is cool and refreshing and helps make the entire journey very relaxing and enjoyable. There is a pit stop half-way along the river journey, allowing a bathroom break and the opportunity to have a cold beverage, before jumping back in the river and carrying on your way.

    For the military and history buffs, Up Park Camp is a large military museum and instalment allowing visitors the chance to view military artefacts and items of interest from historical wars (the first inhabitants of Jamaica, the Tainoes) to present day military armaments and the like. You will also find a military library and café on site.

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