4 Trip Ideas for Late Summer Getaways

Late Summer Getawys

Summer is winding down. Days are slowly getting shorter, tourists are making their way back up north and the essence of fall is quietly creeping its way in. Instead of packing up your suits and boards,  you can take one last trip. These 4 late summer vacations are the perfect way to end the season on a high.

  1. Surfing in SoCal
    Surfing in SoCal
    Want to go tropical but still stay domestic for your surf trip? Head to Southern California to experience the best of the beach. The city of Encinitas, CA is known for its appreciation of all things surfing and spots like Moonlight Beach host some of the most talented surfers in the country. If you are a novice, don’t worry—there couldn’t be a better spot to learn the sport. Almost every day of the year you can ride the surf and the perfect coastal climates make for a great day on the waves from sun up to sun down.

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  2. Kayaking in Costa Rica
    kayak costa rica
    With more than 635 miles of Pacific coastline, Costa Rica is a sea kayakers dream. In spots like Manuel Antonio National Park, kayakers can soak in a varied biosphere. You can experience the white sandy beaches, the lush forests, rocky islands and thick jungle all from the seat of your kayak. If you are passionate about wildlife, you will love this destination, as well. The country is host to members of the big cat family, tropical birds and four species of monkeys. If you are lucky, and visit at the right time of year, you can witness endangered sea turtles making their journey to the ocean.

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  3. Yoga in Maderas
    Yoga in Maderas
    Looking to wind down your summer and your chakra at the same time? Maderas Village in is a unique resort in Nicaragua which acts as a spiritual haven for the modern traveler. Enjoy multiple daily yoga sessions in an open air yoga platform and jungle studio. The addition of local food prepared by local chefs, surf lessons, horseback riding and a 12-hole disc gold course on site make the Maderas Village the perfect spot for your late summer adventure.

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  4. Hawaiian Hiking Trip
    Hawaiian Hiking Trip
    The Hawaiian Islands boast some of the best and most beautiful hiking trails in the world. Best of all, your options are boundless. If you are staying in Oahu, Olomana and Diamond Head Summit Trails are some of the most popular and breathtaking. Wanting to avoid tourists? Head to Kauai and get away from the crowds on the Pipiwai Trail and see the Waimoku Falls. If you are more of a risk taker, head to Maui to hike the island’s volcanic landscape and lush wilderness.

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