Are you tired of waking up early and battling your way through the blistering cold wind every morning to get to work? Do you despise always having your feet wet from all the rain and your fingers frozen from the snow besides your gloves? It’s time to take a break from the Snowman season and escape to a paradise on Earth – one of many hidden treasures scattered around our planet. If you’re looking for bikini friendly destinations for the months November-March, make sure you check out one of the following spots:
The Central American land has a lot to offer – adrenalin adventure fans can embark on numerous inland tours of the Mayan archeological findings where you get to immerse into the story of one of the oldest and mysterious civilizations known to man, beach lovers seeking a relaxing, laid back vacation can find their perfect spot by the sea while sipping their mojito in one of many luxurious hotels along the coastline in hot places like Cancun. Make sure you go to the closest dolphin resort and swim for a memorable hour with these wonderful animals and learn about their species more than they teach us in schools.
This Western African gem has a population of 27 million people, spanning a variety of ethnic, linguistic and religious groups. The land has seen many different governing structures and it was the sub-Saharan African nation to declare independence from European colonization, so it’s no wonder its name means “Warrior King” in Mande (the language of Soninke people). From the lovely beaches, slavery museums and rich food markets at the capital of Accra to elephant spotting at the Mole National Park – Ghana offers a full cultural experience.
The Republic of Maldives is a precious group of islands located just below the Indian subcontinent and is consisted of a chain of twenty six atolls (coral reef rings formed around a lagoon) which stretches from Ihavandhippolhu Atoll (North) to the Addu Atoll (South). The clear waters of the Indian Ocean create postcard worthy landscapes and the flourishing coral reefs are a haven for divers of all sorts – from snorkeling to scuba diving. You could go on a boat tour and visit all the island and marvel their mesmerizing beauty. Maldives are a popular romantic destination and have hosted many wedding ceremonies.
This luxurious Pacific jewel is located about 230 kilometers northwest of Papeete (the capital of French Polynesia), and is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the center of the island are the remains of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu. It is a popular and very pricey destination fabled for oversea luxury bungalows with glass floors where you get to (literally) sleep with the fish. Because of the secluded resorts and fantastic beach scenery, Bora Bora is a popular destination among newlyweds and even offer great deals for first-time-coming honeymooners.
The cradle of some of the most unique wildlife species on the planet, Australia resembles a home far away from home. The Land Down Under is an Oceanian country comprised of the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands. You could visit the iconic Sydney Opera House or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for a unique 360-degree panoramic view, or catch some of the best waves in Melbourne, take the Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk to explore the rainforests and meet the local aboriginal Kuku Yalanji people, or visit some of the most beautiful national parks in the world like Kakadu National park.
Are you starting to feel the heat? Start packing your beach attire and book the first flight to one of these winter paradises.