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Escape Bad Weather
abroad often has its pitfalls whether itís forgetting your tooth brush
or not enough underwear, but one we rarely expect is bad weather. Clear
blue skies and soaring temperatures is always a given in the holidaymakers
mind, however Iím sure more than a few of us have experienced grey days
which have done their best to ruin our summer retreats.
be fair most occurrences of bad weather are rare and when they do happen,
itís rarely for a sustained amount of time. However, this applies mainly
to the typical summer months which run from June to September in Europe.
There are plenty still travelling to various destinations within the Canary
Islands as the tropical climate means that there is good weather all year
long, but not without its wet seasons.
would serve anybody well to check the predicted weather of a destination
for the time period youíre thinking of travelling. The likes of Tenerife,
which is the most popular of the Canary Islands, welcomes many holidaymakers
over the typical winter period who are looking to enjoy some warmer weather
compared to back home. Tenerife weather is more or less consistent and
tends to remain above 20°C during most days. Perhaps what is just as
attractive to tourists is the price of a trip to the Canary Islands during
a time which is considered out of season for most people. If youíre good
at bartering a holiday package then you can see hundreds of pounds in difference
to the prices quoted for the same holiday during summer months.
Coast and Mount Teide, Tenerife, Canary Islands
likes of Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura are other options aside
when it comes to winter tourism. No matter where you choose from those
options Iíve just mentioned, one thing is for sure and that is that whatever
the weather, good or bad, you can be assured it will be better than back
update: July 3, 2012