Traveling is always a pleasure, although sometimes it is convenient to set the destination according to the available dates. Avoiding natural phenomena such as monsoons or torrential rains and escaping high temperatures are some of
Traveling is always a pleasure, although sometimes it is convenient to set the destination according to the available dates. Avoiding natural phenomena such as monsoons or torrential rains and escaping high temperatures are some of the issues that will lead you to choose one destination or another, depending on the date of your trip. If you are lucky enough to plan a long trip in the spring, you should consider these seven destinations that we have put together for you. We promise you will surely have a whale of a time visiting these marvelous places!
Why Travel in Spring:
- It coincides with the dry season.
- Monsoons hit Thailand from July to November.
- In March, you can enjoy pleasant temperatures in most of the country.
If, on the other hand, you travel in April, the temperatures will be warmer, and the best option will be to head down to the coast and enjoy the sea breeze.
About Thailand: Southeast Asia and especially Thailand are becoming the “must-see” of the moment, the place where everyone travels. So, it’s best to balance the itinerary with some tourist destinations and some more remote ones.
Highlights: The Bangkok and Chiang Mai temples, the Buddhas of Ayuthaya, and the beautiful beaches of Railay are just some of the must-sees in Thailand: a destination that combines water sports, culture, and gastronomy.
Why Travel in Spring: March and April are the hottest months in the country – temperatures reach 38ºC in the center – but they are also sacred months. There’s the Thingyan or water festival during these months, which coincides with the Buddhist new year and the national holiday.
About Myanmar: Bordering India and Thailand, Myanmar, also known as Burma, is one of the least explored countries in Southeast Asia. The country’s military dictatorship was under until 2010 kept it out of mass tourism, and many consider it the last unexplored gem of the Southeast (a group consisting of Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, East Timor, and Vietnam).
- Yangon – known for its stupas and pagodas
- Bagan – for its impressive temples and hot air balloon tours
- The very long beaches of Ngapali and Nyaung Shwe, Lake Inle, and
- The unexplored archipelago of Myeik in the Andaman Sea are the country’s must-sees.
Why Travel in Spring: The cherry blossoms are its main attraction, and the pleasant temperatures the country enjoys in spring make it one of the best destinations to travel in spring.
About Japan: The land of the rising sun is, without a doubt, one of the most contrasting places. The hectic daily life of the big cities contrasts with the tranquility of places like the gardens of Kyoto or the islands in the country’s south.
Highlights: Mount Fiji, Tokyo’s Mori Tower, the torii of Fushimi Inari, visiting Nara Park and feeding the deer, and, of course, eating sushi at Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market are things no traveler should miss.
Why Travel in Spring: It’s the best time to visit the country because it hasn’t started to get cold yet and the temperatures are pleasant.
About Chile: It is a vast country, so planning a trip to Chile will require a lot of organization and patience.
Highlights: The Atacama Highlands, the beaches of Pichilemu, the explosion of colors in Valparaíso, or the Torres del Paine National Park are some of the best places to visit.
Why Travel in Spring: From February onwards, temperatures reach a pleasant 25°C. March is an excellent time to visit India, while from the end of April, the heat can be excessive.
- It is not a country for everyone.
- The bustle of its cities can be exhausting.
- The cleanliness does not meet European standards.
However, its culture and incredible landscapes are worth seeing and admiring.
Highlights: The Taj Mahal, the Ajanta Caves, Goa beaches, and Kerala, as well Mumbai city and the Varanasi rituals, are some of the country’s must-see places.
Why Travel in Spring: Far from the hordes of tourists in June, July, and August with less likelihood of hurricanes than in May and September, traveling to Cuba in spring is synonymous with greater tranquility.
About Cuba: The color of its streets and its recent openness make Cuba the perfect country to visit before it loses its essence.
Highlights: The streets of Havana or the idyllic beaches of Varadero are two of its most fantastic attractions, but places like Trinidad or Camagüey should not be forgotten either.
#7. Sri Lanka
Why Travel in Spring: The celebration of the New Year in mid-April and the pleasant weather in the north and east are the main reasons to travel to Sri Lanka.
About Sri Lanka: Not excessively touristy, this country, located on the Bay of Bengal, combines culture and paradisiacal beaches. Oh, and elephants, lots of elephants.
Highlights: Uda Malawi National Park, Anuradhapura temples, and Fort Galle’s fishermen are some of its attractions, although beaches such as Unawatuna, Negombo, and Hikkaduwa are also a must.
So, which one of these wonderful destinations do you want to visit? Let us know in the comment section below!