The best time to visit the most popular destinations
Our planet is filled to the brim with heavenly destinations. But before you go off trailblazing, it’s always best to inform yourselves about the best time to go to whatever destination it is you may considering. Well, luckily for you guys this is exactly what this page is for! With the help of climate tables, weather information and temperatures, I’ll be showing you what the seasons look like – and ultimately help you decide for yourself when you’d want to go. You’ll have all the crucial tidbits of information about the dry and rainy seasons as well as hurricane or typhoon seasons in their relavant countries.
All of the posts are listed by continent, so it’ll be a piece of cake browsing through all the information. And at the end of it all, you’ll have a dream holiday that’s planned to perfection. So whether you’re touring through a country, a region, an island or visiting a city, you can rest easy knowing that you’ve got the optimum weather conditions to greet you there. Thailand, Vietnam, Cuba, the Seychelles or Caribbean – you’ll find tons of information, tips and tricks for the most popular destinations.
Destinations in Africa
The continent of Africa is absolutely huge, and it’s home to some of the most varied and diverse regions in the world. As well as the mainland there are also islands of all shapes and sizes that belong to the continent too. From country to country you’ll find huge variations in climates, weather and also the best time to go. So it’s all the more important that you’ve done your research before you go. Another factor in deciding the time to go is also what you’re planning on doing once you’re there! For a safari in Namibia or a beach holiday in the Seychelles, you’ll find that the best time of go can vary greatly and it’s worth doing a bit of research to avoid any disappointment. Take a look below for the best time to go for destinations such as Morocco, South Africa or the Canary Islands. There’ll be nothing in the way of a perfect holiday!
Destinations in Asia
The largest continent in the world, Asia boasts some of the most popular choices for holiday destinations. Whether you’re a backpacker, a lover of luxury or simply looking to kick back on a beach somewhere – Asia has the perfect destination for everyone. If you want to see luxury at its supersized best, then Dubai is the place to go. Those of you searching for the definition of beach paradise will feel right at home in the Maldives. Meanwhile, South-East Asia is filled with exciting and stunning destinations such as Bali, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam – all of which promise the adventure of a lifetime. If you’ve made your mind up as to which destination in Asia you want to go to, then you should also determine what it is you’re going to do while you’re there. And of course, the time of year you go is very important! Read up on climate and weather in the most popular destinations in Asia using the pages below and rest easy knowing that you’re going to jet off to the other side of the world without being caught out by torrential downpours!
Destinations in Oceania
From the largest continent in the world, we now go to the smallest: Australia. It’s not the only place that belongs to the continent – you’ve also got the islands of Tasmania and New Guinea too mind you. New Zealand is often included too. But now we’re talking about Oceania really! This region of the Earth even encompasses all of those tiny island nations in the Pacific as well – and it’s essentially on the other side of the world. So if you’re going to travel that far, it’s all the more important that you’ve done your research in advance and draw up an itinerary too. And don’t forget – the seasons in Europe and Oceania are inverted. Our summer is their winter! Take a look at more exact weather information below and check out my best recommendations in terms of what time of year to go to Australia and New Zealand. Have fun planning your holiday!
Destinations in Europe
Europe is the second-smallest continent in the world, but the sheer wealth and variety of destinations on offer more than makes up for that! And it’s not just destinations that are diverse – the climates are too. Arctic conditions reign in in the far north, while the Mediterranean basks in subtropical temperatures. The majority of Europe is sandwiched in between the two extremes in a warm-temperate climate zone. Depending on your chosen destination the best time of year to go can be vary greatly. So that’s why I’ve gone ahead and compiled loads of essential and handy information about weather and climates for European destinations. From Iceland to Madeira, get clued up on the weather and plan your holiday like an expert!
Destinations in North & Central America
From the Wild West to the Rockies, North America is just filled with incredible regions that are truly larger than life. In fact you’d have to keep on coming back time and time again to really explore and discover everything North America has to offer you. Caribbean islands such as Jamaica, the Dominican Republic and Cuba promise unforgettable holidays where you can spend your days basking on snow-white beaches with only the sound of swaying palm trees and gentle waves. Mexico offers the perfect mix of beaches and fascinating history, while Las Vegas is the embodiment of the American love for all things glitzy.
Just a little further south is Central America, sandwiched between the Caribbean and the Pacific. Famous for its lush vegetation and superb coffee, Central America offers opportunities for breathtaking adventures that let you experience the region’s mind-blowing biodiversity. Explore rainforests shrouded in mist, swim with turtles or kick back on the beach! Whether it’s Costa Rica, Belize or Guatemala, Central America really will knock your socks off. With my climate tables and handy tips, there’ll be nothing in the way of a fantastic adventure in North or Central America. Time to start planning!
Destinations in South America
South America truly is heaven for any backpacker, adventurer and trailblazer. Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina boast everything from powdery beaches to colossal mountain peaks. The legendary Andes mountain range stretches all the way down to the farthest reaches of Patagonia and it’s truly a region shrouded in legend. Giant condors circle the skies above colossal canyons, misty valleys shelter ancient ruins… It’s the kind of thing that’s enough to ignite anyone’s wanderlust. The wildly different geography has massive impacts on climate – so if you’re heading to Ecuador for example, where the capital city is almost 3,000 metres above sea level, it might be worth packing a few extra layers! Use my climate tables and weather information below to help you decide when to go to your dream destination.
The best time to go to the most popular destinations
Different climate zones will always bring different weather patterns with them. While the summer months of June, July and August can be pretty balmy in Europe, things will be a bit different down in the southern hemisphere. The same applies for winter – while we’re enduring bitter frost and short days, other places will be soaking up temperatures of up to 30 degrees. In fact some places enjoy summer temperatures all year round! However, just because it’s warm all year round doesn’t mean that you could go on holiday there at any time. This is why I’ve compiled the optimal time to go using the pages listed above.
Climate tables, weather conditions, temperatures and more – all the essential information at a glance
In order to decide the best time to go to a particular destination, a whole load of numbers have to be crunched. From humidity and precipitation to water and air temperatures, there’s quite a lot to get stuck into! Luckily I’ve done all the hard work for you. All that’s left for you to do is to simply click on your desired destination above. Once you’re on the page, you’ll be greeted with easy-to-read tables, plenty of advice and some insider tips from your one and only Holidayguru. You can see when the best time to go swimming is, and even help you see when the rainy and dry seasons are.