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30 Destinations Where It's Summer All The Time
Antigua is known for its sandy beaches, and its protected coral reefs attract scuba divers and snorkelers from around the world. Visitors enjoy delicious Caribbean cuisine, art galleries, museums, water activities, and year-round temperatures around the mid-70s to mid-80s.
Bali, Indonesia, is known for its volcanoes, rice paddies, and beaches and can be travelerblogd in year-round thanks to Bali's consistently warm temperatures and sunny weather. A popular destination for party-goers and families alike, Bali has a colorful culture and activities for any type of traveler.
The largest island in Asia, Borneo has rainforests and bright blue beaches and is one of the only places in the world where you can see orangutans in their natural habitat. The island also has great hiking, scuba diving, and unique travel experiences, including staying in a longhouse to see how indigenous people live.
Illuminated by a sunny forecast, Cairns, Australia, features a beautiful landscape of waterfalls, rainforests, and beaches, but perhaps the most impressive thing to see in Cairns is the Great Barrier Reef. Tour the waters over the reef on a guided boat ride or get up close on a snorkeling adventure.
Cape Town, South Africa, is bustling with activity and is rich with cultural history, and if you visit in its warmer months, you can sunbathe with penguins and dine nightly on the waterfront. June is the coldest month of the year, when temperatures can average 55 degrees, but that's still warm enough to spend the day outdoors.
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