Summer is on its way and with it comes the problem of trying to plan the perfect summer getaway for you and the family. With so many great ideas floating around out there, it sounds like it should be easy to come up with the perfect holiday plans, but sometimes more choice means more confusion. Depending what you want out of a holiday you can pick something close to home or further afield, even going as far as to fulfill your dreams of going somewhere you’ve always wanted. If you’re looking for the top summer holiday ideas this year, check out these great suggestions.
The state that seemingly has it all, Florida is a top spot for travellers and tourists of all kinds. Whether you’re looking for a great getaway for singletons or you have a spouse and kids to think of, Florida has something for everyone. Visit some of the theme parks, the Kennedy Space Centre, Daytona Beach, Miami, the Everglades and the Florida Keys for a real taste of what the state is all about. Get your Disneyworld tickets in advance to save time and money while you’re there, a novel idea considering how popular many of the theme parks are.
While many people want to get away for the summer holidays, a staycation can be just as great, allowing you to really relax, finally get a few things done around the house that you’ve wanted to do for awhile but haven’t had the time, or letting you explore your own backyard in terms of going on road trips or just to a neighbouring town or city you haven’t been to much in the past. Whatever your plans for a staycation, one thing is for certain – they are just as enjoyable as going abroad.
Canada is a great place to head to for a summer holiday if you want something exciting, new and outdoorsy. With so many different places to pick from with great activities, food and things to see and do, it’s easy to see why so many people love visiting the Great White North. For the culture lovers, stick to the Eastern side with historical sites like Parliament, Chateau Frontenac and the historical St Lawrence River showcasing glimpses into Canada’s history. For the outdoor lover, head to Alberta or BC for rivers, lakes, mountains and beaches on the Pacific coast.
Something Close To Home
Not keen to travel far this year? Why not consider staying close to home and exploring the likes of your own backyard through visiting places you haven’t been before in either the UK or Europe. The UK is awash with a whole variety of amazing places to see with history and culture deeply ingrained in them. Check out the likes of the Yorkshire Dales, Cornwall, the Isle of Skye or Snowdonia for unique options that will keep you on your toes!
So whether you want something new and exciting, tried and tested or far flung and exotic, there’s a whole host of things you can do and enjoy for your summer holidays this year. Which will you choose?