Are you planning your summer vacation? We have listed the best places to visit in June. If you are passionate about nature or adrenaline, you can start the summer with these festival events. From lobster festivals to dragon boat races to ski resorts, these are the best places to visit in June.
1. Belize, Central America
Belize is a country on the east coast of Central America. The Caribbean coast situated in the east and the jungle in the west. On the high seas, Belize’s huge barrier reefs strewn with hundreds of low-lying islands called the Gulf. These are rich in marine life.
2. Hong Kong
Hong Kong is an autonomous region and a former British colony of southeastern China. The bustling and populated urban centre is an important port and a global financial centre with horizons littered with skyscrapers.
They celebrate 2,000 years of three-day dragon boat festival, commemorating the death of the patriotic poet Qu Yuan. Each year, Chinese people use traditional customs, including dragon boat races, to name it. Locals use colourful boats to splash and drums to fight fish and evil spirits. Other customs include drinking realgar (known in ancient times as defending the demonic soul) and eating sticky rice.
Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia. It is popular for its tropical magnificent royal palaces, beaches, ancient ruins and temples adorned with Buddha statues. In the capital, Bangkok, the ultramodern cityscape stands next to the peaceful village by the side of a canal.
From June to August, the Krachiao Flowers Festival celebrates the summit. The best place to see these flowers in the Western National Park passes in front of the Bua Sawan Flower Farm.
4. Nantucket, Massachusetts
Massachusetts is a stunning destination blessed with beaches and dunes. The mark is an unpainted building with cedar shingles, and many places surrounded by thorny care. The whale museum of the city has described the role of the island, as the centre of the whale of the nineteenth century.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in Wiltshire, England, two miles away from west of Amesbury. It consists of a standing stone about 13 feet high, 7 feet wide and 25 tons tall.
Go to the Stonehenge Summer Solstice Festival, to see how the sun reached the highest point of the sky on June 21st at 4:15 pm, Craft beer, food vendors and live music are on the deck.