Still Looking to Soak Up the Sun? Destinations to visit in October  | Yampu Tours

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Summer may be coming to an end but that doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy the sunshine. Early Fall is the perfect time to go on a trip. It’s usually still warm and sunny around this time of year in a ton of locations. Whether you are looking to relax on the beach or adventure in the wild, the world has so much to offer in October. Check out these destinations where you can plan your trip and soak up the sun this October. 

 

Sicily, Italy

From Palermo to Syracuse, embark on a journey through the past while enjoying the stunning scenery, illustrious history, and delectable food of the island. Early Fall is the perfect time to enjoy our ultimate Sicilian tour. The weather is perfect for walking tours of Sicily’s cathedrals, exploration of Europe’s largest active volcano, Mount Etna, and indulgence in some of the best wineries that Italy has to offer. October is also a great time to visit Sicily because there are less crowds and lots of festivals to enjoy. 

Sicily, Italy 

Rio, Brazil

Soaking up Rio’s buzzing energy on a private tour of the city may be your choice if you’re looking for the perfect beach vacation. You can relax at the laidback but chic beach resort of Buzios, enjoying its powder-white beaches, crystal-clear waters and trendy bars and restaurants. October is one of the best times to visit because the weather is sublime with highs in the 80’s and lows in the 70’s. Plus it doesn’t rain significantly, making for a pleasant experience.  

Rio, Brazil 

Bali, Indonesia

Bali in October equals sunny days and less crowds, making this a wonderful option for early Fall travels. If you’re looking for a cultural experience, our tour of Bali is fitting for you. Experience the Balinese way of life and connect with the local people by visiting their home and observing their family temples.  You’re sure to soak up the sun in Bali as October highs range for high 80’s to low 90’s and there’s little rainfall during this time. Enjoy the weather, spending your time visiting the rice fields, dancing with the locals and exploring the Monkey Foreston your trip to Bali. 

Bali, Indonesia 

Madrid, Spain

Our tour of Madrid is one for all the foodies. The weather is pleasant, the days are long, and crowds are less. Tour the historical part of Madrid “Madrid de los Austrias y Habsburgos” and walk through the enchanting streets to get to know many curiosities of the city all while diving into the culinary experience of a lifetime. With highs in the high 50’s, the October weather in Marid is perfect for outdoor dining experience. The phrase “De la Panza sale la Danza”, From the stomach comes the dance, is an expression in Spain meaning that you need to eat in order to have the energy for other things. This is an ideal time for sightseeing, bullfighting, and walking through the ancient city to take in the city’s famed architecture.  You’ll also score some decent deals on flights and hotels.  

Madrid, Spain 

Sydney, Australia

October is one of the ideal months to visit Sydney due to the warm-yet-not-hot conditions with highs in the 70’s. Visit the Sydney Operahouse and a cruise across the city’s iconic harbor as these are two of the key must-sees to start your exploration of Sydney. Take advantage of the beautiful weather while you scale a thrilling bridge for a 360-degree perspective of the bay then head to the Blue Mountains after spending the day having fun in Sydney to take in the vastness of Australia’s landscape and perhaps get a glimpse of a koala or kangaroo. 

Sydney, Australia 

 There’s so much for you to explore during the early Fall season. The crowds are small. The weather is ideal. Plus, it is a great tome to find major savings on flights and accommodations. What more can you ask for? October has so much in store for you and your travels. There’s only one question left to ask yourself… which destination will you choose?  

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