Where To Travel In January

Where To Travel In January:

Want to escape your cold hometown, and travel somewhere warm and beautiful in the middle of the winter? Here are a few travel destinations that offer warm beaches, sunshine and a relaxing atmosphere that can reenergize you during the winter blues:

Miami, Florida-

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South Beach is a sun worshipers paradise! Latin flavor mixed with pristine beaches, and fair weather throughout the winter, this is the place to travel to in January. Show off your toned body with the locals, and be sure to take a stroll down Calle Ocho for a taste of cuban coffee, food and cigars! The average temperature in Miami during the month of January is 75 degrees F.

Hawaii- 

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Island hopping in Hawaii is the best winter travel excursion for January if you crave adventure and outdoor activities. The Hawaiian Islands feature a lush, warm, tropical climatewith average temperatures in January at about 80 degrees. With a Hawaiian package you can explore all the Islands that you want and experience the beautiful environment and exotic animals of this tropical dream vacation spot.

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Some of the outdoor activities you can do while in Hawaii include: surf lessons, snorkeling, hiking to see waterfalls, zip-lining, swimming with Dolphins, kayak rentals, boat tours, golfing, shopping, seeing volcanoes, whale watching, and of experiencing an authentic Luau.

Dominican Republic- 

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With warm temperatures in the high 80’s during January, the Dominican Republic makes the list for best place to travel to in January! Known for ultra-white sandy beaches and resorts, DR is one of the hottest places to travel to in the Caribbean. Try staying at Punta Cana for a great value, most resort are all-inclusive, making your stay cheaper and more convenient. In Dominican Republic you can explore the rainforest, shop at exotic markets, learn merengue dancing, and sunbathe in warm green-blue Caribbean water.

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