Seaopia's Top Warm Weather Winter Destinations

The holidays are upon us with some of us facing much cooler weather than we like to have. I don't know about you but I find myself daydreaming and often researching various destinations to visit. During the holidays we often have time off from work, what better time than the holidays to go off with friends and family and explore new places making new memories that will stay with you. If you are looking for something other than your typical holiday get together, Seaopia has our top picks for warm weather winter destinations for you to consider.

When researching destinations Costa Rica always seemed to pop up no wonder looking at photos of this breathtaking place you may not want to purchase a return ticket home. There seems to be a plethora for you to enjoy there such as hike active volcanoes, zip line through cloud-covered rainforests and surf warm turquoise waters, roam the thick jungles or simply just simply relax as you sprawl across the powdery sands.


San Diego, California is a top pick because of it's well known year-round temperate climate typically in high 60's inthe winter months. There are many things to do here it is home of dozens of world-class museums, also known for beaches, parks, the renowned San Diego Zoo in addition to numerous art galleries, artist studios and gardens.


Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory with an exhilarating mix of landscapes, from the serpentine jungle of El Yunque to the corkscrew caves of Parque de Las Cavenuas Del Rio Camuy. You can enjoy the landscapes of mountains, waterfalls and the rainforest. The capital San Juan, the largest city, the Isla Verde area is known for its hotel strip, beach bars and casinos.


A notoriously romantic destination and one on my list to visit is Maldives. Made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. It can be the most relaxing time of your life with options of having an active getaway such as speedboat tours, snorkeling, exploring the fish markets and much more.  









Article and photo contributions:,,,, the Welcoming Committee, Hudson Valley Magazine



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