· The Maldives: This Indian Ocean island nation doesn't have too many worries when it comes to seasonal change, since the weather isn't that drastic from month to month. With an average daytime temperature of about 85 Fahrenheit and a dry season from December to March, there's plenty of time for chilling out in your over-water bungalow.
· Palm Springs: We really can't hide our love for this Californian desert city. From any of the hundreds of cool mid-century modern houses lined up down the streets to balmy temps even in the dead of winter, Palm Springs, not to mention neighboring desert cities, should be on anybody's list looking to escape the chills of Jack Frost. With American, Delta and Virgin America all resuming seasonal service, it's only easier to get there from the cold of the east coast.
· Queensland, Australia: One of the mottos of this Aussie state is "Endless Summer," so it seems fitting that this would be the perfect destination for summer weather. Not only are they actually celebrating the approach of the hot season, but Queensland boasts perfect beaches, plenty of camping locations and snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef. There's even a second motto: "Beautiful One Day, Perfect The Next." How can you compete with that?
· Canary Islands: This archipelago just off the Northwest coast of Africa doesn't cool down as much as it's home continent of Europe. With temperatures that average just under 70 F, your 'this season' resortwear will get good use as you wiggle your toes in sand that calls the middle of the Atlantic home.
Let us know your own favorite 'Endless Summer' travel destination below!
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