Your Inspiration for Winter Travel

Where can I go this winter if winter means digging out that parka from the back of the closet, tying up your boots, and getting ready for that blast of wintry wind as you go outside? selecting winter travel inspiration can be rather difficult, but 10Adventures can assist you in selecting a vacation that suits your needs, whether you want to embrace the cold or flee!

Generally speaking, travel in the months of December, January, and February is classified as the winter travel season. Although it’s possible that you’ve traveled during the winter in November or March, these two months are normally referred to as the “shoulder season.”

These journeys come in many various forms and sizes, and they will probably appear different based on what you hope to gain from the experience, regardless of which month of winter you travel in. We at 10Adventures have divided our winter travelers into three categories and have chosen the best places for each of them to visit.

Type 1 Winter Traveler: Sun Seekers

The urge to flee the chilly weather at home in favor of warm weather abroad unites all sun seekers. For some, this means packing up the beach chair in favor of the snow shovel and heading south for a week of sunbathing. But what about the daring sun seekers who want to experience an exciting, fulfilling, and energetic winter vacation in addition to enjoying warmer temperatures? Should this resonate with you, we have you covered!


The dry and “cool” season generally spans November through April in mainland Southeast Asia. But it’s crucial to remember that “cool” refers to the intense heat that this place experiences in other months of the year. If you go during this time of year, the mid 20s and low 30s are likely temps.

A cultural-sightseeing tour is a terrific way to enjoy the enchantment of these Southeast Asian countries in the winter, even though cycling and hiking are still options in places like Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Why not mix the two, instead? These are our best choices.

An exciting journey that blends exploration of local culture with physical activities in a captivating nation.

Take in the well-known sights, sounds, and flavors of Northern Thailand.

Explore towns, cities, and wilderness and prepare to be astounded by both natural wonders and ancient archaeological sites.

America Central

If you’re dreaming of a winter trip of a lifetime with blue skies, warm water, and sand between your toes, go no farther than Central America. Beyond the beachy, sun-kissed ambiance, wildlife aficionados adore Central America for its abundance of outdoor adventure activities. In most of Central America, December through April is considered the dry season, making it the ideal time to travel throughout the winter. This winter, we’re seeing a ton of guests interested in travel to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Guatemala.

Your days will be filled with zip lines, nature treks, and trips to natural hot springs. After that, you’ll go to the beach to enjoy some sun and fun.

Boat cruises, kayaking tours, treks to waterfalls, cooking workshops, and even language lessons to enjoy.

Explore the valleys, villages and volcanoes outside of Antigua before getting on a plane to see Tikal National Park.

Type 2 Winter Travelers: Those Who Love to Hike and Bike

Needless to say, there are many who find it difficult to go trekking or biking at home in the winter. This kind of traveler is searching for great hiking and bike routes in temperate climates overseas. Fortunately, this daring group has no shortage of options.

Trek through Argentine and Chilean Patagonia

Why not spend this winter experiencing their summer by traveling to the Southern Hemisphere and flipping seasons? A hiking haven renowned for its recognizable granite spires, shimmering lakes, and expansive forests is located at the southernmost point of South America. Patagonia is at the top of a lot of people’s bucket lists, so if it’s not on yours, now is the time to add it!

This track runs up three valleys to form the ‘W’ shape that lends it its name. You will spend each night relaxing at comfortable trailside campgrounds.

A rigorous one-week adventure that will present you to some of Patagonia’s most rough and inaccessible areas.

An incredible hiking experience suitable for any daring tourist who wants to see the best of Patagonia!

Cycling in Tanzania

A few of the reasons our guests adore visiting East Africa include its geography, animals, and rich cultural legacy. Did you know that the optimum time to schedule your Tanzanian Kilimnjaro experience is between January to March? Riding a bike around Africa’s highest peak is quite the trip!

A thrilling, demanding, and remarkable 341.0 km guided cycling journey around Mt. Kilimanjaro, the world’s largest free-standing mountain

Riding the Marangu Route to the summit of Africa’s highest mountain, Uhuru mountain, is best done with the assistance of a reliable guide.

Ride your bike from Kilimanjaro’s slopes to the Indian Ocean’s balmy waters, passing through corridors of animals and verdant forests.

Type 3 Winter Traveler: Welcome to the Cold!

While not everyone associates a nice winter holiday with snow-covered paths, frozen lakes, and thermal clothing, for some people the cold weather creates the ideal setting for outdoor excursions. Let’s review a few of our best adventure spots where snow and winter enthusiasts can find their perfect match.


You won’t want to miss this iconic winter location! With its icy green lakes, snow-capped hills, and an abundance of cosy winter fires, Canada is a fantastic spot to go skiing, snowshoeing, and much more in the winter. Make your trip around December through February if you want to experience the authentic Canadian winter.

Ski or snowboard across some of the most magnificent mountains covered in snow that tower above British Columbia.

Large glaciers, moderate peaks, and an excellent hut system make this region ideal for an excellent ski traverse.

An incredible experience in the Yukon region of Northern Canada, where the Aurora Borealis dances across the night sky.


Europe offers a plethora of possibilities for winter getaways, many of which involve putting on skis and hitting the slopes! Here are a few of the best places to ski and snowshoe this season, some of which you might assume and some of which might surprise you.

A self-guided excursion on the magnificent mountain paths between Lienz and Cortina d’Ampezzo, discovering some of the finest alpine landscapes in the Alps.

Go beyond the well-known tourist attractions and use snowshoes to explore Belluno’s untamed valleys.

On cross-country skis, explore the third-largest geothermal area in the world in Iceland.

You may explore the snow-covered slopes, which are overlooked by the majestic Mont Blanc Massif, along winding and diverse pathways.

The Pirin and Rila mountain ranges in Bulgaria provide an amazing journey for people looking to venture somewhere new.

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