Cheap Luxury Holidays Review – America
The United States has varied weather conditions, and the best time to visit depends both upon the location and the season. Spring (March, April, May) and autumn (September and October) are generally cooler, more comfortable times to visit. Summer months – June, July, and August – are generally hot regardless of the region, but winter temperatures (November-February) can vary substantially depending upon the part of the US you are visiting. The southern part of the country tends to be warmer in the winter than the north. The general climate of the continental US is temperate, but keep in mind that Hawaii is tropical and Alaska is arctic. Many of the country’s dependent territories, such as Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, are also tropical.
North America, extending to within 10° of latitude of both the equator and the North Pole, embraces every climatic zone, from tropical rain forest and savanna on the lowlands of Central America to areas of permanent ice cap in central Greenland. Subarctic and tundra climates prevail in N Canada and N Alaska, and desert and semiarid conditions are found in interior regions cut off by high mountains from rain-bearing westerly winds.
Central America has a tropical humid climate. It has no real winter; even the coldest month averages above 18 °C, with summers of 27 to 28
South America Climate is predominantly wet and hot. However the large size of the continent makes the climate of South America varied with each region having its own characteristic weather conditions.
Based on the research and tourists review, here are the populated statistics I would want to share. This help to furnish you with a pellucid idea, so that it makes your selection more conducive. There is no order preference in this review.
Capital: Central heart of Alaska – Juneau
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Places of Interests: Anchorage Museum, Tony Lnowles Coastal Trail, Chugach State Park, Kenai Fjords National Park, Flattop Mountain, Chugach National Forest, Alaska Sea Life Center, White Pass, St. Michael’s Cathedral, Mendenhall Clacier, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve, Tracy Arm, Chichagof Island, Matanuska Glacier, Juneau Icefield, Blue Lake, Alaska Zoo, Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary etc.
My Rating: 9.8 out of 10
By: Juno Kim Seoul, South Korea | Feb 06, 2014
Alaska is a land of extremes. It’s had the coldest temperature recorded in the USA, is the least densely populated State on the largest land, and has the longest coastline. It’s attracted diverse people from around the world such as gold and coal miners, oil engineers, and spiritual seekers. There is definitely something spiritual about the great wilderness.
Winter here is definitely not something you should take lightly, but don’t let it discourage you from visiting. In fact, Alaska is one of the best places to put on your winter adventure list. From dog mushing (sledding) to Aurora Borealis viewing, Alaska’s long and dark winter is filled with exciting adventures.
By: Terry Gardner Santa Monica | July 04, 2012
SE Alaska – I haven’t explored Denali, Anchorage and Fairbanks yet, but I’m in love with Juneau, Gustavus/Glacier Bay and Sitka. I still have so much of SE Alaska to explore that I’m not sure when I’ll get to the rest. For outdoor lovers and wildlife watchers, Alaska rocks!
By: Alex Durham, North Carolina, USA | July 05, 2012
Alaska feels as American as it does foreign. There’s a large secessionist movement there, and it’s understandable once you arrive. I went on a cruise with my family, and although I’d prefer taking one of the smaller expedition ships, sailing through the Inland Passage is the way to see the state.
By: Stephanie Pack Chester | July 04, 2012
This is an Amazing place … you have to love the outdoors to appreciate Alaska … don’t go to Alaska to go to the movies or just to go shopping … go prepared to be overwhelmed by open spaces and solitude … remember those things ?
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