January is usually one of the most depressing months of the year. Christmas is over and the cold starts. It gets dark quite early, and the month seems to be endless.
But is not cold everywhere in January. Actually is the best month to go to quite a few places, where will be hot and sunny. Have a look to the following destinations and look forward to your next sunny destination!
Mexico offers a good combination of Caribbean feel, history and culture. You will find average high temperatures of 27⁰C in January. If you want to relax, you will have plenty of stunning beaches to choose from. If you are interested in history, you can visit the amazing Mayan ruins such as Chichen Itza. So no matter what you are looking for, Mexico is waiting for you!
Cape Verde is a great destination to go to in January. You can expect average high temperatures of around 24⁰C. There will be a nice breeze travelling over from Africa, which creates perfect conditions for several water sports that you can try. You can enjoy and relax in the 11 kilometres of golden and sandy beaches. Other activities include whale and turtle spotting.
There is so much to do on Florida that you will not get bored if you go on holidays for more than two weeks. No matter you travel with or without kids, you will definitely have an amazing time by visiting any of the theme parks in Orlando, such as Walt Disney World Resort. If theme parks are not your cup of tea, you can go shopping in Miami or enjoy its incredible, star-studded beaches. You will find average high temperatures of 22⁰C in January.
Go to Cuba next winter in order to enjoy a beach holiday with average high temperatures of 27⁰C in January. Cuba is an unspoilt Caribbean island that you will fall in love with. You will be captivated by its charm and culture, especially in the historical cities of Holguin City, Santiago de Cuba and Havana. You should head to Varadero if you are after an amazing beach experience. Varadero’s beach is world known for its beauty. In addition, you can explore some great caves and cliffs.