Schools out, time to travel!
Our featured attractions and activities for June definitely cater to families with kids. But they also deliver something for single backpackers, romantic couples, groups of friends–and pretty much everyone else.
The choices below include jeep tours and spas. Cooking classes and train rides. Stargazing and wine tasting. So you can make your holiday as busy or as laid-back as you want.
Start planning a trip right now, and consider adding one, or all, of these activities to your personalized itinerary.
Riding VerticAlp Emosson, you’ll reach a height of nearly 2,000 m (6,500 ft) above sea level.
Why go so high?
Because there’s no better way to view Mt. Blanc, the highest peak of the Alps.
Wyoming Stargazing Office
Wyoming Stargazing Office brings you closer to the twinkling objects in the night sky.
You’ll gaze through giant telescopes at galaxies far, far away. You’ll also be inspired and a little bit more informed after the experience.
Bring the kids, they’ll love this visual trip through millions of light years.
Nakagomi Fruit Orchard
At Nakagomi Fruit Orchard, the season starts with cherries in June. It ends with apples and persimmons in November.
The farm offers an alternative–and very yummy–outdoor activity for 7 months of the year.
You’ll get to pick your own fruit. And sample the bounty while picking.
No, it’s not just another wine estate. Lang Vineyards is the very first “farmegate winery” in British Columbia.
The estate produces top wines in every category–reds, whites, rose, and dessert wines.
You can buy a bottle (or two) online, but then you’ll miss out on those great views from the winery patio.
Vietnam Tonkin Travel – Day Tour
Cruising World Heritage-listed Halong Bay by day or night. That’s just one thing Vietnam Tonkin Travel does well.
Other options include both single- and multi-day trips across Vietnam. Plus, tour packages in Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia.
To help you create the perfect trip, the company offers help with visas, pro guides, ticketing, transport, and more.
New Mexico Jeep Tours
New Mexico Jeep Tours give a whole new meaning to that tired phrase “off the beaten path.”
Traveling in a sturdy vehicle made for rough terrain, you’ll visit historic homesteads, ancestral ruins, and petrified forests.
Each trip can be personalized to suit your interests. You can also sign up for a “fly and ride” tour to see the “Land of Enchantment” from a hot air balloon.
You’ll never want to leave Kiyora Spa, offering messages, facials, and more.
To provide a truly peaceful experience for guest, the spa features private suites and shower facilities.
Ask about their free round-trip hotel transport. It’ll help you hold on to that pampered feeling after a relaxing foot treatment.
Gin may be the king at Inverroche Distillery, but it’s the surrounding scenery that’ll leave you breathless.
Rugged mountains and indigenous forests flank this, the first gin distillery in the country.
Owners combine juniper, citrus, and native fynbos herbs to produce gins with specific aromas. Make room in your luggage!
HCM Cooking Class
You’ll cook like a local after taking HCM Cooking Class. You’ll also learn how to use food as medicine.
Participants whip up tasty dishes using fresh herbs, spices, and vegetables. All picked from the onsite garden!
The course will also show you what it’s like to be a local farmer. And allow you to delve into the secret world of mushrooms.
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