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The best places to visit for your March vacation

I don’t know about you, but we can smell spring in the air. And with the days getting longer, and the nights getting shorter, I’m pretty sure we’re all thinking of a getaway right about now. Am I right? March is late enough in winter and early enough in spring to get a good vacation. But naturally, not everywhere is perfect just yet. So where are the best places to visit for your march vacation? Read on to find out.

ski and snowboarding

Still yearning to hit the slopes? March is almost the cut off point for skiing and snowboarding. The snowfall is less, and the air is becoming warmer right now, so you won’t have as much choice as you would have a few months ago. That’s not to say there’s nothing though.

In fact, Europe is one of the best places for skiing and snowboarding during March. it’s high enough from the equator to still have that chill in the air, but you’ll get some gorgeous days that’ll show the mountains off. The places you should be searching for skiing and snowboarding are: Austria, Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. If Europe seems too far away right now, then Canada is your best bet for a ski getaway with plenty of oomf.

Sun, Sea, and Sand

If the idea of skiing and snowboarding only fills you with chills, you may be more inclined to seek out sun, sea, and sand for your March vacation. We get it. I think our team is in the same boat in that respect.

In that case, we’d suggest most continents apart from Europe.

In the Americas, there are plenty of getaway destinations that’ll offer you non-stop sunlight and warmer tempertures. Try Argentina, Belize, Brazil, the Caribbean, Chile, Colombia, Costa-Rica, Cuba, Florida, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Martinique, Mexico, Panama, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela.

Want to travel a little further? In Africa, countries like Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Senegal, and South Africa are your go-to spots for getting plenty of gorgeous rays and exploring new cities and cultures.

Moving further East, there’s Dubai, with its balmy temperatures, and incredible landscape, and as you head over to Asia, countries like Brunel, Cambodia, India, the Maldives, the Philippines, , Sri Lanka, Thailand, and southern Vietnam will give you that exotic and other worldly atmosphere without the intense heat that summer brings.

Want to travel west instead? Western Australia has the best weather as the seasons turn from summer to early autumn.

Adventures in the Great Outdoors

If neither snow nor sun is quite your thing, and you’re looking to get out and about, into nature, and maybe find an adventure or two, you’d be on the path heading to any of these countries.

Staying in the Americas, there’s Argentina, Belize, Brazil, the Caribbean, Chile, Costa-Rica, Cuba, Florida, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Louisiana, Martinique, Mexico, Panama, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela.

In Africa, you’d find the best weather for hiking, exploring, and having an adventure in: Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Senegal, and South Africa. For the Middle East, head to Egypt, Dubai, Israel, and Oman, for the balmier temperatures that will give you the option to move around all day without being overcome by heat stroke.

As we move over towards Asia, countries like Cambodia, Insia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and southern and central Vietnam will give you ample opportunity to discover new temples and sacred and historical spots without having to battle the heat. Finally, heading into Oceana, South Australia comes into play, as well as New Zealand, which is Australia’s less intense cousin, with oodles of European looking destinations without the bad weather.

Ready for that March vacation?

Where stands out to you as being the perfect destination for a March vacation? Are you more of a skiier, sea lover, or adventure seeker? Let us know in the comments below, and tell us where you’ll be heading off to this spring.

Ready to head off already? Check out this blog post on surviving long haul flights in 2022 to help you get a head start on your travel planning!

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