1. Anguilla, Maundays Bay
The average temperature in January is 83 degrees. This village of bone-white Greco-Moorish buildings cluster exotically along the Maundays Bay. Surrounding this stylish dwelling is 180 acres of more than sixty thousand flowering plants. There are more seventy impeccably maintained beachfront guest rooms that open wide to ocean front dreams.
2. Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
This laid-back town invites you to stroll down the street past boho shops and salsa joints where you can blissfully stretch out and enjoy the blue waters and sunny skies.
Mahekal Beach Resort features hand-laid stone walkways that wind you to private bungalows with astounding ocean views that are perfect for lovers looking to relax their days away. There is a full spa and fitness center for those non-relaxing moments by the sea. When you are not enjoying your time there walk along the beach in Playa Del Carmen’s. This is the longest span of beach on the island.
3. Nicaragua, Rancho Santana
The average temp here is around 80 degrees. Boasting five beaches along the dramatic Pacific coast this luxury spot hosts the luxury Hotel Rancho Santana. This is a perfect destination for the warm-weather lover in you. There is a big yoga and surfing culture here that make this the perfect spot to reboot your passion for water sports.
The ranch boasts 17 rooms in the inn with private terraces and home-like furnishings. The beach villas are available for families or couples that want a little more privacy.
4. Puerto Rico, San Juan
San Juan is one of my favorite warm weather getaways. The capital of San Juan has a rich culture of restaurants, bars and a thriving community of art and culture. A great place to stay when in San Juan is the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel that offers commanding views of the ocean and super luxurious rooms that even the President would enjoy.
5. Peru, Paracas
This destination spot is just a few hours south of Lima, Peru and hosts an undiscovered coastal village that is home to these stunning cliffs, sand dunes for miles and the Ballestas Islands. This is the home region of the Pisco and there is a lot of good cocktailing adventures to be found here.
A great place to stay here is the Paracas Hotel. This 120 luxury hotel is the perfect basecamp for guided journeys into the Paracas National Reserve where you can see amazing animals and more. When you are not adventuring in the jungle, take a chance on sandboarding in the sand dunes and do a little sight seeing along the cliffs.
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