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Where's Hot in July?

Where's Hot in July?

Thanks to soaring temperatures and the summer holidays, July is popular time for a getaway. From Canada to Southeast Asia, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to soak up the sun. Whether you want to unwind on pristine beaches, discover remote islands, or hike through the dramatic mountains, July is a fantastic time for a hot holiday.

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Where should you go in July?

You may think that, if you go on holiday in July, sunshine is guaranteed. But you need to be careful – in some areas, like the Caribbean, July is actually peak hurricane season. Luckily, there are plenty of other exciting destinations that have great weather in July. You’ll be able to see North America as its very best in the height of summer, as you explore the stunning Canadian Rockies in the sunshine, or visit famous landmarks in the USA’s dynamic cities. At the other end of the spectrum, Southeast Asia is the perfect place to relax, thanks to its dreamy beaches and tropical temperatures. As well as popular Bali, you could also consider the beautiful islands scattered across Thailand and Malaysia. July is also an excellent time to go on holiday to Sri Lanka, Mauritius or the Seychelles, as the Indian Ocean sees low rainfall and sunny days.

Hot Destinations in July

North America

Canada finally starts warming up in July, so it’s a great time to visit the country’s cosmopolitan cities and rugged mountain landscapes. The bustling city of Toronto – which averages 27 degrees Celsius in July – comes alive in summer, with everything from street festivals and rock concerts, to food tours and art exhibitions. On the west coast, meanwhile, cooler British Columbia reaches the low-to-mid twenties. Along with glittering Vancouver, this neck of the woods has some of Canada’s best scenery, hiking and kayaking. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to see wild bears and whales. Over in the USA, New York averages 29 degrees and hosts a wide range of events, including Restaurant Week and the African Arts Festival. If you want somewhere even warmer for your holiday, Florida is at its hottest during July, with highs of 33 degrees in Orlando.

Southeast Asia

Some of Southeast Asia’s most picturesque islands experience drier weather during July – rather than monsoon rains – making them ideal for sun-seekers. Bali is the crowning jewel at this time of year. In July, the Indonesian favourite has an average temperature of 27 degrees, and the lowest annual rainfall. With powdery sands and a lush tropical interior, Bali has abundant opportunities for relaxation. Or you could head to the nearby island of Lombok, where you’ll find quiet beaches and unspoilt jungle enjoying an average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. Alternatively, Malaysia – particularly the east coast – is warm and dry at this time of year, with daytime temperatures hovering around 32 degrees. Further north, the Thai gem Koh Samui offers 29-degree days, along with pristine beaches, fantastic snorkelling and five-star resorts.

Indian Ocean

If you’re searching for a desert island escape, the Indian Ocean holds all the answers. For comfortable sunbathing temperatures in the early twenties, head to Mauritius. The consistently dry weather allows you to make the most of the island’s exquisite natural landscapes, sugar-white beaches and colourful coral reefs. Further north, the Seychelles are at their driest during July, with average temperatures of 26 degrees. You can expect to find excellent scuba diving and beaches dotted with giant tortoises – so it’s a great choice for wildlife-lovers. But, if you want even an even hotter holiday destination, the east coast of Sri Lanka is also a wonderful option for July. While the rest of the island sees monsoon downpours, the east coast enjoys highs of 29 degrees. So you’re free to top up your tan, meet gentle elephants and visit quiet temples.

Why Travelbag?

Here at Travelbag, we tailor our holidays to suit you. Our travel experts can help you choose the perfect place to go in July, along with convenient flights. Whatever you're after, we'll be able to create your dream summer holiday.

If you'd like to know more about our July getaways, call us today on 0203 944 2201, or visit your nearest Travelbag shop.

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