It’s the time of year when school kids go back to class, and adults get back to work, which means it’s the perfect time to find great deals on travel and explore some of the world’s most popular destinations. With beautiful scenery and plenty of fall-themed activities, there are a variety of reasons to plan a trip during the fall season. Learn more about some of the year’s most popular fall destinations.
Asheville, North Carolina
The beautiful fall colors in North Carolina’s mountains can be seen in the city of Asheville, not far from the Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Parkway. During the autumn season, visit the area between October and November to see the best of the region’s vibrant colors. There are over 30 breweries, and you can try a wide range of beers, such as pilsners and sours.
The island of Hawaii’s oldest county, known as the island of Kauai, has been known for its impeccable sunset and crystal clear beaches. It’s also a no-fuss destination that appeals to a variety of travelers. If you’re looking for a rural location, visit the island through one of its many boat tours. There are only two major highways in the region, and some areas can only be explored on foot.
Daytime temperatures in the area begin to drop in the 90s by November and the more comfortable 60s by then. Make sure to visit during late September and early October to get the best weather. During these months, you’ll see the changing colors of the trees along the Cookstove Trail and the Baldwin Trail.
Charleston, South Carolina
After the humidity has dropped, getting around the historic areas of The Battery or the beach at Folly Beach is much more enjoyable. Fall is the perfect time to visit the city of Charleston, as various festivals, events, and fairs are held throughout the area. One of these is the Moja Arts Festival, which takes place from late September to early October.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
In Wyoming’s Jackson Hole valley, the autumn season is a great time to enjoy the beautiful weather. During this time, high temperatures are typically around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. People who are interested in learning more about the animals that live in this region can visit the National Elk Refuge. During this time, visitors can listen to the “bugling” calls of elks as they search for their partners. Other activities include hiking in the mountains of Grand Teton National Park and taking a relaxing dip in the nearby hot springs.
Originally posted on LorrieNielson.net.