If you’re desperate to get away to warmer temperatures, you’re not alone. We’ve rounded TOP 5 Warm Destinations to Escape From Winter:
Turks and Caicos
Turks and Caicos makes – idyllic beach getaway and diving paradise, just what you need this winter. The average January high is hot, and there are plenty of luxurious hotels and resorts to stay right by the sea. Enjoy the white powder sands, sun and sea.
Have the time and funds to go a little farther afield? Exotic Fiji has an average January high temperature of 88 degrees. There are secluded romantic resorts as well as family friendly places to stay and plenty of activities to keep everyone as busy as they want to be. It’s a South Pacific getaway that dreams are made of.
U.S. Virgin Islands
The U.S. Virgin Islands have year round warm and welcoming weather. The islands of St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas each have their own flavor and offerings. Dining, shopping, and spending time at the spa are all top things to do when you’re not snorkeling or relaxing on the beach. Americans don’t need a passport to visit the USVI, so it’s an easy escape.
It doesn’t get much better than Barbados if you’re looking for an island escape in winter. The daytime weather hovers around 86 degrees but the cool sea breezes and rum punch keep you from overheating. The restaurant scene is world class and there’s a range of accommodation to suit any budget or style. Romantic interludes, family fun, cultural interests and beautiful beaches make this one satisfying compact island.
There are countless places in Mexico to go and escape from the cold. The laid-back surfer town of Todos Santos is a good option, with an average January high of 77 degrees. It’s located at the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains and it wouldn’t be surprising to see dolphins from the shore. Cabo San Lucas is another popular Baja resort spot that might be more your speed if nightlife is of interest on your getaway. Of course, Cancun and the Riviera Maya offer plenty of vacation options for those fleeing the winter weather up north, complete with culture, cuisine, beaches and nightlife.
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