Which are the Best Destinations for the Summer Sun?

1. Costa Rica

Costa Rica is the ideal destination if you're looking to explore nature, forests, beaches, as well as wanting to visit colourful towns.  If you're looking for a family adventure and an experience of a lifetime, then Costa Rica is the place to be. You get to enjoy and even take part in the country's 'Pura Vida' lifestyle, discover various national parks, diverse ecosystems, beachside lodges and canopy walks.

2. Cape Town

While it may seem far-fetched, South Africa is one of the best tourist destinations in Africa.   Temperatures in South Africa don’t go beyond 20 degrees Celsius in winter, which makes it the perfect spot for the summer sun.  As an added advantage, there is only a 2-hour difference between Cape Town and the United Kingdom. Cape Town boasts of beautiful sceneries, a pretty Cape Peninsula, beaches, two oceans, and lively towns. Consider visiting Fish Hoek and Muizenberg for the time of your life.

3. Auckland

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city and one of the busiest cities in the country.  Found in the North Island, the busy metropolis is widely known for the shooting of The Lord of the Rings.  Auckland boasts of rolling hills and a bucolic countryside which made it the perfect pick for the film. You will be awed watching rugby icons (the All Blacks) at Eden Park. While in Auckland, you can try various cuisines and delicacies, as well as take a ferry to Waiheke Island for some wine.

4. Orlando

You can never go wrong with a vacation in Florida.  Orlando experiences warm weather with temperatures not dropping lower than 20 degrees.  The soaring heat makes it the perfect destination for anyone looking for the summer sun. In addition to this, Orlando is home to theme parks including Universal Orlando and Disney World among others. Christmas in Orlando is always colourful with people here trying their best to make it the best it can be. They even try to impersonate 'real' winter via artificial snow, talking mice, repentant scrooges, boy wizards and other ways of making merry.

5. Spain

Unlike other countries in Europe, Spain is a glorious summer haven, receiving lots of sunshine while the rest of the region is dealing with the winter weather. Temperatures here range at 24 degrees Celsius which is warm enough for anyone looking for the perfect vacationing Costa. Speaking of, Spain has many of these, from Costa de Almeria, Costa Blanca's white-sand beaches, Costa Dorada, and Costa Brava among many others. You can also head south, with The Spain Event, to enjoy more sun in the sun-soaked regions of Costa de la Luz, Costa del Sol and Costa de Almeria.

6. Perth

Perth is the capital of Western Australia and a perfect destination for anyone looking for some sun. This region enjoys warm weather while Europe is at the coldest. Perth receives at least 10 hours of sunshine in November with temperatures only hitting lows of 25 degrees Celsius. Temperatures can, however, get higher than this in December, January and February. The warm temperatures here create the perfect conditions for surfing and having a relaxed afternoon. Some of the best starting points when in Perth include Scarborough Beach and Cottesloe Beach.

7. Jamaica

Jamaica has been the most preferred tourist destination for many people in the UK. It is also Caribbean's 3rd largest island with numerous resorts, beaches, and other amazing places to visit for every vacationer.  You get to choose between areas of Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Negril, and the Seven Mile Beach among others. Temperatures in the Caribbean countries are relatively welcoming, with most parts experiencing temperatures no lower than 20 degrees Celsius.

8. Singapore

Singapore is a city-state which was once taken for a stop-off point between long journeys. However, it is one of the best tourist destinations with many things to show off for. The city is always buzzing with activity, has the 21st-century feel of Futuristic Flora, shopping malls, and the iconic courtyard of the Raffles Hotel.

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