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travelling in July

Travel Forums General Talk travelling in July

1. Posted by merebrick (Budding Member 3 posts) 9y

I am hoping someone out there has a great suggestion of somewhere to go in July. I am graduating grad school and want to travel somewhere I have never been before (which is not hard to do).
I want to go somewhere warm, but not excruciatingly hot. I want beach time, and places to explore that are not too crowded. Somewhere to stay that is fun and affordable. Ideally I love locals areas that don't make you feel to o much like tourist. I want to feel like a local, and not have the locals hate you. I'm thinking Greece, Morocoo, Peru, Thailand.
Any suggestion, info is much appreciated.

2. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Hello Merebrick

Choose one, where it isnt tourist season.
Not Greece. July is heavy tourist season there.
Thailand is good. It is the rainy seaon, in July, but it is not so bad. There will still be plenty of warm sunny hours.
What about the island, in this link. Sombody recommended it, to me, the last time I was in Thailand. They said, it is not very touristed.
I did not go there yet, but I intend to.


3. Posted by merebrick (Budding Member 3 posts) 9y

Thanks a lot for your information.
Thailand does sound like it might me a good place.
Thanks for the link, I will check it out.

4. Posted by agwataks (Budding Member 7 posts) 9y

Why dont you try Kenya, in those months its quite warm and very relaxing and if you are looking for a cheap deal that you wont mind spending happily, then Kenya is the real place. I have many friends from there I could introduce you to, friends who know up and about the country. Also I think if you hook up with the locals you will feel part of the team.

I would advice you head to that country, nice, very nice!

5. Posted by NantesFC (Respected Member 531 posts) 9y

Thailand is probably the best choice there and Peru isn't bad either. I would go to Thailand myself, now I'm stuck in Italy in July...haha great. I didn't plan it like that, it's just that increased passport times have pushed me up a month

6. Posted by daphnemaia (Full Member 155 posts) 9y


not sure what the weather will be like in july though. but i think it should be fine. the rainy season is in nov-dec, i think.

i've heard cambodian people are a friendly lot. and there sure is alot to see there. i've done alot of research on the place myself, cos i'm interested in going too! :) cheers.

7. Posted by Stodney (Budding Member 3 posts) 9y

Go to Malta.. It's a small country directly south the Italian island of Sicily. and south west of Greece. It is not only beautiful but it is not a huge tourist laden area. It is also the southern most European country.