Where To Travel In February

 

Sure you plan a trip for the holidays or spring break, but Lonely Planet thinks you’re really missing out on February travels. Avoiding peak travel season, the shortest month of the year may be the best time to sneak away. Here is Lonely Planet’s list of February destinations.

 

WILDLIFE

 

India

Visit India’s winter wonderland covered by sheets of ice

 

Hokkaidō

For the top- drawer skiing

 

Mexico

See the monarch butterflies take flight and migrate over the mountains of central Mexico. Butterfly tourism is popular at Michoacan Province’s Oyamel fir forests or The Reserva Mariposa Monarca.

 

Philippines

See the world’s biggest fish on a snorkeling trip in the Philippines.

 

Singapore

Perfect time to enjoy sightseeing in dry conditions

 

FOOD

 

Mendoza, Argentina

Visit world class wineries

 

New Zealand’s South Island

For the wine and beautiful landscapes of course!

 

Daylesford, Australia

It’s summer in Australia! Visit for artisan eateries and mineral springs.

 

ADVENTURE

 

Lapland

Spend the night under Aurora Borealis or go dog sledding

 

Wyoming

Experience the snowy geysers and beautiful hot springs.

 

Honduras

slated as one of the cheapest places to learn to dive”

 

Africa

Change it up and climb mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest freestanding mountain.

 

CULTURE

 

Brazil, Haiti and Venice

All these countries celebrate Carnival. Don’t forget your mask!

 

Cambodia

“Ideal conditions for exploring the country’s golden beaches, ancient ruins and floating villages.”

 

Below read the full article with links to tourism articles for each destination.

https://www.lonelyplanet.com/travel-tips-and-articles/where-to-go-in-february/40625c8c-8a11-5710-a052-1479d276baa4

 

Thank you for reading!

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Where To Travel In February

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