While the wet season has officially begun in Southeast Asia and winter has come in Australia, here are some places across the globe where you can still bask in the glorious summer sun:
Its location just a few degrees below the equator makes it a perfect summer destination with its fairly hot and humid climate almost year-round. Since the months of June to August is winter season in Australia, many visits to Indonesia during these months, which can also be the busiest. It is best to visit before and after the high seasons from May to June and September when it's dry and less humid. Apart from the travel-friendly weather, accommodations can be relatively cheaper too compared to high season.
Pleasant temperatures, sunny days, and beautiful lush outdoors (a perfect time to see national parks) with lesser crowds is what the early summer season brings. Generally, the northern states are blessed with warm mornings and cooler nights, while the southern half mostly experience hotter climate. Whether you find yourself enjoying a road trip along the breathtaking stretch of Pacific Coast Highway, a camping tour to the magnificent Rockies of Colorado or Utah, or attending music and food festivals, June is definitely a sweet spot to travel across North America.
Although the weather can be quite unpredictable, you can also look forward to pleasantly longer days, fewer crowds, and more locals filling the streets, which makes visiting Spain in June a wise move. Depending on which place you wish to visit, usually, the shoulder months are the best time to travel. May and June are a bit cooler across northern, central, north-west Spain, and the Canary Islands, compared to southern destinations.