May is the perfect Month for traveling. It’s time when not everyone has taken free time for their vacations. In May the students and kids are still in school, so you can enjoy your vacation time. May is also a perfect month for traveling because the weather in the northern hemisphere of the globe is still not unbearable. In the southern hemisphere in May is still autumn and again it is not cold. So if you are more of a person you want to travel and don’t want the places to be crowded, then May is the perfect Month for your vacation.
In Algarve, Portugal the weather in May is almost perfect. You can discover the red-cliffed coastline of Portugal and enjoy the idyllic whitewashed Moorish villages lattice chimneys and orange groves.
Marine Iguana, Espanola Island, Galápagos
Galapagos is a perfect location to visit in every time of the year. There is not a single reason that you shouldn’t visit Galapagos in May. This archipelago is known for the unique endemic species of flora and fauna that can not be found on other place in the world.
Coron Island, Philippines
Philippines is a country that has many islands located in the southern Asia. Philippines including Coron Island, is a home to a diverse range of birds, animals, plants and sea creatures. It is one of the 10 most biologically mega diverse countries in the world. If you visit Philippines in May then you will visit it in the warmest period of the year with temperature average of 28 C.
Blue Lagoon Island, Bahamas
Blue Lagoon is a private island which serves as a local tourist attraction. Whether you visit Bahamas and this Blue Lagoon Islands in May or any other Month in the year, you will not be disappointed. The main attraction in Blue Lagoon is the swimming and hanging with dolphins. This is made possible by the Dolphins Encounters, a marine mammal facility, which begun with the educational and commercial programs in 1993.
Acapulco is a city on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Acapulco is best known for the oldest and well-known beach resorts which came in prominence in 1950s as a getaway for Hollywood stars and millionaires. Acapulco is still famous for the great nightlife and it still attracts tourists.
Ambergris Caye, Belize
The rainy season in Belize starts with the Month of May. But late in the May the rainy periods only occurs 2-3 days in the weak during the afternoon for 1-2 hours of burst rain. Othern than that, the weather is pleasant. In May, all the spring guests are long gone, so you will have time on your own for relaxation. But the activities like scuba diving are still on and you can get a fastpass for any of those.
Marrakech is a city in Morocco that gets really hot during the summer months. June and July are almost intolerable. If you would like to visit Morocco in a pleasant weather then you should go there in May. Jemaa el-Fnaa is one of the best known squares in Africa and the fairs begin as the sun goes down. You can see there snake charmers, acrobats, magicians, mystics, musicians, herb sellers and much more.
Tel Aviv, Israel
If you ever thought that if you visit Tel Aviv during summer Months you will have incredibly hot time, you lied to yourself. But despite that still May is much better time to visit this city. The real summer seasons begins in June, so in May you can get better deals and you can spend your vacation cheaper.
With the perfect weather without rains, May is the time you want to visit Amman in Jordan. The main reason to stay here is for the trips to visit Petra and Wadi Rum. If you would like to pay less then you should wait till the end of May because the low season begins in June.
Well if you would like to visit Athens and experience the antique, you must bring more money with you because Athens is not that cheap. In May you will have great time with almost none chances of rain. So if you don’t count the budget then here is the best thing you can make. Spend some time in Athens, explore the great city of the ancient Greek Gods and then go to one of the Aegean Islands and have a great vacation in white sands and azure waters.
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