Just because the summer has come to an end, doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy a pleasant holiday in the sun. Autumn is one of the most colourful and beautiful seasons in the year. In the UK, the leaves begin to fall off the trees, squirrels start collecting nuts and the air is crisp and fresh. In many other countries, the weather is just as hot in the autumn as it is in the summer. One of the best advantages of jetting off at this time of year is the fact that many holidays are reduced in price during the colder months. So, let’s find out the top 5 holiday destinations for autumn:
- Galapagos Islands
Galapagos Holidays are perfect no matter what time of the year you choose to visit. The temperature is steady with an equal 12 hours of day and night. The Galapagos Islands are home to amazing creatures such as giant tortoises, fur seals, Darwin’s Finches and many more. Snorkel with the fishes or take long walks along the white sandy beaches of this beautiful slice of heaven. You can book your autumn holiday to the Galapagos Islands right here http://www.steppestravel.co.uk/galapagos-islands-holidays-and-cruises.
Australia has made it onto this list thanks to its splendid weather, friendly natives and adorable accent…amongst other factors of course. September is actually the first month of spring in Sydney, which means temperatures are quite high and accompanied with rays of golden sunshine. The average temperature is around 16°C to 20°C.
Iceland is a hidden gem. It has a tundra climate and is located between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic. According to http://www.iceland.is/, It is well-known for its volcanic activity, which has helped to shape the island with mountains, glaciers, lava fields and glacial rivers. Temperatures are quite low, so bring your coats and winter boots if you plan on taking a trip to Iceland this fall!
Who doesn’t love France? It is home to the most romantic city in the world, offers fine dining and is perfect for visitors who want to splash a little cash on all the latest fashions. When you come here, you must take a trip to the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the beautiful French Riviera. There is plenty to see and do here, including some of the world’s best art galleries and museums. It even has medieval cities, alpine villages and Mediterranean beaches to enjoy.
There is so much to explore in the big U.S.A. From the big apple to the dazzling lights of Las Vegas, you can’t go wrong with America. If you’re planning a family trip, why not take the kids to see Mickey Mouse himself at Orlando Disney Land in Florida. You could even arrange a tour and visit hot spots along the journey such as the Nigeria Falls, the Grand Canyon, New York, California and lots more!