If you want to enjoy your vacation in the sun, you’re going to have to travel a bit farther than the Caribbean or Florida to get there. While these popular travel destinations are fun, their temperatures tend to get in the 60s and 70s during the winter and early spring. If you want the real deal, you’ll need to head south of the equator. Here are some of the hottest places on earth where it’s summer all year round!
When we think about warm locations, the first things that come to mind are exotic islands and blue oceans. If you want to experience summer all year round, one of those tropical locations to travel to is the Canary Islands. Located off the coast of Morocco in North Africa, this Spanish archipelago consists of seven islands – Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro. The average temperature ranges from 17 degrees Celsius (62 Fahrenheit) during winter to 26 degrees Celsius (79 Fahrenheit) during summer. You can expect dry weather with an average rainfall between 400-900 mm per year across the entire archipelago! And what’s more?
Málaga is the ideal location whether you enjoy seeing historical monuments and museums or just want to unwind on the beach. Those who enjoy hot summers may find this picturesque city to be an appealing travel destination. Summers in Malaga are warm, averaging between 72-82 degrees Fahrenheit (22-28 degrees Celsius). The temperature usually falls below 60 degrees Fahrenheit (16 degrees Celsius) at night. Though it has a subtropical climate, winters are usually mild with an average of 50 degree Fahrenheit (10 degree Celsius) lows.
This is the most obvious option and the most well-liked location where people go to get away and enjoy sunny days. Hawaii does, in fact, have a rainy season from November to March, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the sun during this period. And if you’re worried about your budget, don’t be! Hawaii’s economy thrives on tourism, so even though it may be expensive to live there year round, it won’t cost as much as other places.
Given that Dubai is situated in the Arabian Desert, the region’s extreme heat is hardly surprising. Beach season is really in the winter when the weather is extremely pleasant because summer temperatures can reach up to 50°C. The best way to enjoy a day at the beach here is by visiting one of Dubai’s many public beaches such as Media City Beach or Jumeirah Public Beach. These are all free and offer beautiful views of either The Palm or Jumeirah Island depending on which beach you visit.