Why You Should, And Should Not, Go On Holidays To The Azores
I love going on holidays to the Azores. But I don't go there every single vacation. It depends on what I am looking for in my vacation.
You are reading this site wondering if you should spend your hard earned dollars on an Azores vacation. So I thought I would share the reasons that you should, and should not, take a vacation to the Azores.
Why You Should Go On Holidays To The Azores
- You want to go somewhere unique, remote and beautiful
- You want a chance for some peace and some quiet meditation
- You love seeing the ocean
- The idea of seeing current geo thermal activity and old volcanic activity (ie lava tubes, lava rock, craters) is of interest
- You want to try some of the best Dolphin and Whale Watching in the world (summer months are best)
- an "old world" atmosphere is appealing to you (ie little villages with cobblestone streets, seeing the farm life)
- You like wine and cheese (at a great price)
- You like seafood at a great price(there are other options too)
- you want to go hiking or birdwatching
- Lush green scenery and a flower covered landscape interests you
- You want to go sailing or deep sea fishing
- Exploring little villages sounds good
- You want to go SCUBA diving
- You have a sense of adventure and like to explore new spots
- Every day is a good day for golf
- You are not in a hurry - the Azoreans live a slower paced life than I am accustomed to
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Why You Should Not Go On Holidays To The Azores
- You are looking for a heat wave so you can soak up the sun (this is not the Caribbean and only the summer months get hot)
- You want a lot of commercial places to visit (i.e. a high end mall)
- You can't afford a rental car. A car is essential to see the Islands - unless you plan to hike, bicycle, rely on buses, or stay in one of the more populous cities
- You want to go night clubbing in a high end club
- You don't like any rain or fog while on vacation - there is almost always some rainy or foggy weather on the Azores
- You are looking for an all inclusive resort experience
So there you have it ... a few reasons why you should and should not go to the Azores. I love going there and bet you will too. You just need a good idea of what to expect so you go understanding what the islands have to offer (and more importantly what they do not have to offer).
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Visit about the Azores for more information that will help you decide if you should go or not.
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