The best places with perfect weather to travel (Part 1)

Before traveling or make a vacation to somewhere, travelers usually find the information about the weather by travel apps there. With the best places to travel recommended below, you will have a best trip with perfect weather.

Big Island, Hawaii

Big Island, Hawaii

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Big Island, Hawaii

With temps in the 70s and a variety of microclimates in the rain forests and mountains, this is a Pacific paradise. Here, the iconic Waipio coastline.

The Big Island offers opportunities to relax on a sunny, colorful beach (white, black, and green sand!), walk on an active volcano in Volcanoes National Park (above), and attend a traditional luau with hula dancing, roasted pig, mai tais, and Hawaiian beer.

San Diego, California

You'll find a summer high of 76, winter low of 50 here, where the cool Pacific and inland desert create a perfect oasis.

Spend a day in San Diego's Balboa Park, home of the San Diego Museum of Art and the justly renowned San Diego Zoo (above). Take the ferry to Coronado and ogle the famous hotel that has hosted more than a dozen U.S. presidents. Party Wild West style in the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Mangia in Little Italy.

Lisbon, Portugal

A low of 59 in January and a high of 83 in July thanks to the Atlantic breezes and Gulf Stream make Lisbon a respite from extreme weather all year round.

Take a walking tour of Lisbon that includes food and wine tasting. Stroll the majestic square Praça do Comércio. Take a day trip to beautiful Sintra, where royalty used to get away from it all. Listen to traditional fado music, an unforgettable, melancholy style of Portuguese singing. Ride the Elevador da Glória to the top of one of Lisbon's seven hills for a great view.

Cape Town, South Africa 

The Atlantic and Indian oceans keep the climate here mild, and our winter is Cape Town's summer.

Explore Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park and hang out with the penguins (yes!) onBoulders Beach (above). For bigger wildlife thrills, head to Kruger National Park to see lions and elephants in the wild. Cape Town is where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian Ocean; the west side is best for soaking up the sun, the east side for swimming and surfing.


The city of Quito enjoys highs in the 60s, lows in the 50s all year round. These days, Ecuador’s Bartolome Island, in the Galápagos, home to the aptly named Pinnacle Rock (above) and other stunning natural wonders, is drawing more visitors than ever.

The Galápagos Islands are 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador in the Pacific. Be prepared to be photobombed by one of these adorable critters!

Take a trip to there and enjoy life with amazing weather which will refresh your body after stress time.

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