Labor Day is the perfect time to take a holiday. It’s near the end of summer, the weather in some of the hotter vacation spots is starting to cool, and much of the hustle and bustle of traditional summer tourist travel has died down, making it easier to appreciate the sights. Elite travelers may be able to travel anywhere in the world, but that doesn’t mean that all locations are created equal.
The weather in September, along with the popularity for tourism and the available resorts and lodges, makes it an ideal time for some locations and a less than ideal time for others. If you’re looking for a luxury Labor Day travel destination, consider the following locales:
The country may be going through some tough economic times, but for travelers the city is still nothing short of beautiful, and September is considered one of the best times to go. The weather has cooled to a 75 degrees, with lows only about 68/70, and fewer rainy days than February, March, or April.
New York City
New York City is one of the greatest cities in the world. It also has some of the worst weather for vacations, with freezing winters and hot, humid summers. September is the time it starts to cool down without becoming very cold, making it the ideal location for those looking to travel inside of the United States. Make sure you avoid some of the struggles with the NYC airports by booking your New York private jet charter through a trusted service like evoJets.
Beautiful and culturally rich, Madrid is a stunning city and September is a great time to join. The beaches and people are stunning, the weather can be hot, but is rarely toasty, and the culture is rich this time of year. In 2015, Madrid is also hosting a Picasso exhibit, and if you can stretch your trip a bit longer the Apertura art festival is currently scheduled for the 10th to the 12th.
Early September in Bali is a full month before Monsoon season, dry, and not too hot. This amazing country is rich in culture, resorts, and fun activities. There are not many cultural events in September, which is unfortunate for those that prefer to experience major events when they travel, but the climate is nice and there is always plenty to do.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Though September does begin the rainy season, early September tends to miss most of it. Labor Day is also around Brazil’s Independence Day in Rio, which is a very fun and exciting event with massive celebrations all around the beautiful city. Rio is warm year-round, but for those that prefer a slightly cooler temperature, Rio’s average high is only 77 this month, with a low of 65 – the coolest month of the year for this beautiful city.
Labor Day weekend is a great time for luxury travel, and even though the weather is changing rapidly there are still a host of beautiful places to visit with great activities, culture, and weather. If you’re interested in traveling with luxury, contact us today about our private jet service.
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