The start of winter and the Christmas festivities is always a fun, almost nostalgic time. Unfortunately, once the festivities have passed it can start to seem like a long and cold slog back to spring and better weather. That’s why mid-to-late winter getaways have become so popular. In fact, with the right multistop travel escapes, you can actually start crossing places off your bucket list!
Check out the following to enjoy some winter warmth:
Turquoise water lapping at the shore of a white beach, it’s a picture-perfect postcard and more affordable than you may think.
Grand Cayman is the place to start, although you can check out all three islands if you want.
Year after year Hawaii remains one of the most popular destinations in the world. Once you’ve arrived you’ll quickly see why. A bustling metropolitan city sat on the edge of the sea offers a surfer’s paradise and enough shops and restaurants to keep everyone happy.
Kauai is one of the smaller islands and known as the garden island. The beaches are amazing and you can enjoy exploring dense rainforest while discovering an array of plant life. There really is something for everyone.
There are actually 700 islands in the Bahamas, all offer child-orientated activities, clean white sand beaches, and a variety of water sports. You really can unwind here.
Cabo San Lucas in Mexico
You may have heard of this city for its vibrant nightlife. But it’s a great choice for multistop travel escapes. It is actually located on the joining line of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes, you’ll find beautiful beaches and intriguing rock formations.
Sunny Isles Beach, Florida
Approximately halfway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, you’ll find a long stretch of golden sand bordering the warm Atlantic Ocean. The tall beach-front properties look daunting but you’ll find everything you need here to warm up and chill out.
Phoenix in Arizona
Checkout Camelback Mountain for skiing and snow. But, if you want to warm up, check out the low ground where temperatures reach the high seventies in March. It’s not super hot but a comfortable heat to explore and discover this charming area.
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Think of Jamaica and you’ll think of reggae and the ultimate in relaxation. You won’t be far out! Soak up the relaxing vibes and enjoy chilling out by the water. Winter is the best time to visit as it’s the dry season, all you need is some rum, and there’s plenty of that in Jamaica.
Go diving and check out the impressive coral reefs in clear turquoise waters. The locals are friendly, the weather is warm, and the scenery is perfect. Pack your bags now.
This is a great spot for anyone looking to get away but not overheat. You can still enjoy barefoot walks on the sand but you’re not likely to get sunburnt.
It’s an intriguing place with plenty of things to do and a lot warmer than the north of the country.
Little Torch Key in Florida
If you’re serious about switching off then this is the place. There are no electronics allows, cell phones, computers, and televisions are out. Take a couple of days to adjust and enjoy the warmth and scenery.
Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
This is a beautiful place to visit at any time of the year. However, you should note that winter is high season. That means booking will be harder and more expensive.
There’s plenty to do, alongside the beaches you’re not far from the cities of Cancun and Tulum. You can also discover and learn about the Mayans at the ruins near the resort.
If you’re ready to warm up and try paddle boarding, diving, snorkelling, or simply exploring the local wildlife then this is the place to be. There is a laid-back lifestyle and an impressive mix of cultures, making it a fascinating destination on your multistop travel escapes trip.
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