Best places to travel this summer season

Do you plan your summer vacation? We recorded the best places to go to in June. If meals a passionate, nature lovers, or adrenaline begin your summer with these festival events. From lobster festivals to dragon boat races to ski resorts, these are the best places to visit in June.

Barbados

An island in the Eastern Caribbean and is an independent state of the Commonwealth. The capital city of Bridgetown colonial building and the cruise ship port of Nidhe Israel, a synagogue built-in 1654. Around the island, many beaches, botanical gardens, Harrison cave buildings and 17th-century plantations. The Abbey St Nicholas local customs including afternoon tea and cricket, National Sports.

 

The International World Flower Show was in full blossom in selected locations in Barbados this June. Have a look at advanced floral displays, attend floral arrangements organized by floral designers. Pay a visit to the island for scenic views of flora and fauna and learn the country’s flowers, the pride of Barbados.

Belize, Central America

Belize a country on the east coast of Central America. The Caribbean coast in the east and the jungle in the west. On the high seas, Belize’s enormous barrier reefs dotted with hundreds of low-lying islands called the Gulf. These rich in marine life. The Mayan ruins of the Belizean Portland, for example Karakol, famous for their magnificent pyramids; Lamanai Lagoon; and Algina, just outside Belize.

 

Call lobster enthusiasts: Celebrate the lobster crustaceans open harvest season. In this 10-day event, enjoy everything in San Pedro, Placencia and Caye Caulker because lobster prices are the cheapest. Relax between meals and chat with local fishermen, participate in lobster-themed water sports and dancing at beach parties.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a self-governing land and a former British colony in southeastern China. Vibrant and populated urban center is an important port and global financial centre with skylines dotted with skyscrapers.

 

They celebrate 2,000-year long three-day Dragon Boat Festival, commemorating the passing of a patriotic poet Qu Yuan. Who mourned the Mil Luo River when Zhu Yuanzhang fell to the Qin army. Each year, the Chinese population uses traditional customs, including dragon boat races, to call him. The locals use colorful boats to splash and drums to fight off fish and evil spirits. Other customs include drinking realgar (known in ancient times as protecting bad soul) and eating glutinous rice balls.

England

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, 2 miles west of Amesbury. It includes a standing stone, each around 13 feet high, 7 feet wide and weighing 25 tons.

 

Go to the Stonehenge Summer Solstice Festival. See how the sun reached the highest point of the skies at 4:15 AM on June 21st. Celebrate this four-day celebration at Stonehenge to celebrate the longest day of the year. Craft beer, food vendors, and live music are on the deck.

Nantucket, Massachusetts

Nantucket, a small, isolated island in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is a summer destination with beaches and dunes. Its mark is an unpainted construction with cedar shingles, and many areas surrounded by thorny care. Nantucket’s marina and cobbled streets filled with restaurants, luxury boutiques, and steeple church. The city’s Whale Museum explained the island’s role as a nineteenth-century whaling center.

Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown, New Zealand on the shores of Lake Wakatipu from the South Island, facing the magnificent Southern Alps. They endorse experience sports and a base for exploring the region vineyards and historic mining towns. Kavala Canyon Suspension Bridge and Jet Boats have bungee jumping on the shot over and Dart Rivers. In winter, you can ski on the slopes of the Superior Mountains and Coronet Peak.

 

Do you need to escape the summer heat? Proceed to the Queenstown Winter Music Festival to celebrate the official start of the ski season. The four-day meet includes mountain bike competitions, dodgeball games, golf games and raft games. Grab your bags, compete in a downhill suitcase competition and start the evening skiing night.

Thailand

Thailand is a Southeast Asia country. It’s renowned for its tropical beaches, gorgeous royal palaces, ancient ruins and temples decorated with statues of Buddha. In the capital, Bangkok, the ultra-modern urban landscape climbs alongside the tranquil canal village. The iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaew (Wat Phra Kaew). Nearby spas incorporate bustling Pattaya and modern Hua Hin.

 

From June to August, the flower festival of Krachiao Flowers celebrates the rush hour. Can watch the bright pink of Siam tulip open or Dok Krachiao. The ideal place to see these flowers in the West National Park, pass through the Bua Sawan flower farm. Take place on the Pha Ham fire place to admire the top of Phang Hoei and the lush tulip.

The Bahamas, Nation in the Caribbean

This nation an Atlantic coral island. It’s over 700 islands and bays vary from the uninhabited to tourist complexes. Most of the northern Bahamas and Paradise Islands are home to many large hotels and well-known men and women. Diving and snorkeling sites include the Andros Reef block, Thunderball Grotto (for James Bond movies) and Bimini Black Coral Gardens.

 

Attend the annual event honored by pineapple farmers in Gregory Town in Eleuthera. Take part in activities associated with pineapple, from cooking and food competitions to pentathlon. These include a 400-meter-long swim, 10-kilometer bike and 5-kilometer running.

Ayush Chawla is a passionate blogger and is the owner of the famous blog Velillum.