It’s warm, sunny, and the spring rains have finally stopped. Now you just want to be outside all the time. Especially since the sun sets so late right now. Here are four places to consider if you’re hoping to spend lots of time outdoors this summer.
Niagara-on-the-Lake: Visit old forts, waterfront parks, and one of the most famous waterfalls in the world from the quieter Canadian side in Ontario.
Ritidian Point: Ditch the high-rise hotels and the duty-free shops to explore Guam’s quiet northern tip.
Little Cayman: Scuba dive through old shipwrecks, small caverns, and massive caves off the smallest of the three Cayman Islands.
Kings Canyon: Hike through Australia’s largest canyon—it may be winter Down Under, but this is the best time of year to visit the Outback.