Warm Vacation Destinations

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  • Bali

  • Turks and Caicos

  • Maldives

  • Nature Escapes

  • Tropical Vacations

  • Relaxation

  • Multi-Country

  • Bucket List

Warm Vacation Destinations
Curator’s statement

Tired of checking weather forecasts, do you long for endless sun-kissed days and turquoise waters? Say goodbye to changing temperatures and fluctuating seasons – this trip guide unveils the best warm vacation destinations that enjoy sunshine year-round. No more calendar juggling, just pure, untouched warmth waiting for you to unpack and unwind.

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Where to stay

Como Shambhala Estate

Embrace holistic wellness and natural beauty at Como Shambhala Estate, where luxurious accommodations, rejuvenating spa treatments, and a serene jungle setting in Ubud, Bali, create a transformative and revitalizing stay for mind, body, and soul.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

Fantasy island escape with a famous underwater residence and restaurant, plus overwater villas near the white-sand shore.

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Four Seasons Maldives Private Island at Voavah

An exclusive tropical paradise where luxury meets seclusion, offering an unparalleled private island experience in the heart of the Maldives.

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  • Breakfast daily

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Bali: Culture, Adventure and Serenity in One:

Traveling to Bali can be a trek especially if you're coming from the other side of the world, but once you’ve arrived, any jet lag worries simply fade away. Bali is a destination that caters to various interests, making it perfect for soul seekers who wish to immerse themselves in ancient temples, vibrant rituals and traditional dance. Explore a mix of art and history in Ubud, or if you enjoy woven textiles and handcrafted jewelry make sure to stop at the many bargain hunting shops in Seminyak. For the adventurer, trekking through rice paddies, witness the sunrise from atop Mount Batur, beware of the crowds so book a private tour, or white-water raft down the Ayung River. Alternatively, for those seeking serenity visit the luxurious spas like Como Shambhala Estate nestled in hidden valleys. Find inner peace through yoga retreats, meditation sessions or simply basking on secluded beaches. Bali's diverse landscapes offer sanctuaries for relaxation and rejuvenation. With Bali’s generally warm weather year around, it deserves a spot on your list as a warm vacation destination.

Maldives: A Luxurious Fantasy

For the ultimate escape, I’d be remiss not to include the Maldives. Leave the crowds behind and reconnect with nature in your own overwater bungalow. Snorkel or scuba dive along colorful reefs filled with tropical fish and manta rays. If you happen to visit the Maldives during manta season (May through December), don’t miss the once in a lifetime experience exploring Hanifaru Bay. For a more luxurious experience, consider staying on your very own private island at the Four Seasons and explore Baa Atoll, a protected UNESCO site offering access to the world's largest population of manta rays and coral reef systems. Sail on traditional dhoni boats, escape deserted islands, or simply unwind with a cocktail as the sun dips below the horizon.

For the luxury traveler: Indulge in world-class spas, private infinity pools, and gourmet dining under the stars. If you're seeking a romantic escape, celebrate your honeymoon or anniversary at the first undersea restaurant, Ithaa, at Conrad Maldives for a truly unique experience. Then, enjoy a stay at the Muraka the first underwater residence. Whether you desire a candlelit dinner on the beach, stargaze from your overwater villa, or simple quality time with your loved one, then there is no better place to do it than in the picturesque setting of Maldives.

Dreamy Turks and Caicos

With direct flights from several U.S. cities to Turks and Caicos, it makes a perfect getaway to explore the island. Snorkel alongside the colorful fish and stingrays at Smith’s Reef and explore shipwrecks at Grand Turk’s Columbus National Marine Park. Relax on the powdery white sands that stretch for miles, at Grace Bay beach. Luxury resorts like Grace Bay Club and The Palms provide a setting for lounging with breathtaking ocean views or for those who want the ultimate in pampering. Water enthusiasts can’t miss Chalk Sound National Park, an ecological reserve ideal for kayaking and paddle boarding. Turks and Caicos caters to snorkelers, divers, and water adventurers of all levels. Whether you're a couple, a group of friends, or a family seeking the ultimate warm vacation destination Turks and Caicos, is the perfect choice.

Need to Know

Escape the typical beach vacation and explore unique adventures across Bali, Turks & Caicos, and the Maldives. Whether you seek ancient temple blessings in Bali, enjoy sun-kissed beaches in Turks & Caicos, or encountering fascinating marine life in the Maldives, these destinations offer something for every one year around.

This trip report is part of our ongoing series on travel to Bali. In need of further inspiration? Check out Ellie Benson’s trip report, Warm Places to Vacation.

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