Top Yoga Destinations to Visit in July
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While July is mostly known for the sparks that fly on Independence Day and Bastille Day, it is also one of the most active months when it comes to festivals all over the world.
It is peak travel season in Europe and across the Northern Hemisphere. Expect crowds, high prices, but also a lot of things to do no matter where you travel to.
In this article, we’ve looked again at the countries which got most inquiries for yoga retreats. So, grab an ice cream and enjoy daydreaming about the top yoga destinations to visit in July.
Yoga Retreats in Indonesia combined with Hiking Volcanoes
When you say Indonesia, you most likely say Bali. And while Bali is a great place to visit, you may also want to check other areas. If you like to be active, you can visit various volcanoes and craters. If volcanoes aren’t your thing, then maybe temples are. The world’s largest Buddhist monument is in Borobudur and its setting is gorgeous. And you can always add an archeological site or two in the mix.
July is one of the driest months in Indonesia, with sunny days, which means it’s high season. If you want to avoid the crowds, book your trip for early July. Yogyakarta on Java can experience an average high temperate of 29C. Bali also sees warm days with little rain and an average high temperature of 28C. The same weather patterns can be found in Lombok and the Komodo National Park.
And while you want to explore other parts of the country, choose a yoga retreat in Bali is always a great idea. Whether you plan to relax, detox, or meditate alongside the yoga classes, there are plenty of retreats to choose from. And you can also combine yoga with surf classes.
Yoga Retreats in Canada combined with Active Vacationing
Very well known for the vast wilderness and exciting cities, Canada is a great place to visit during summer. Whether you choose to explore Toronto, Vancouver, or Montreal, or you plan to eat your weight in poutine, you’ll certainly have fun here. But don’t forget to explore the nature as well: you can go canoeing in Banff or mountain bike in British Columbia. Fancy a road trip, maybe? The 300km Cabot Trail follows the coast of Cape Breton and offers fantastic views.
Sunny and long days are what characterize the weather in July in Canada. This means, of course, that the peak travel season is upon us. For those who love outdoor activities, this is the month to try them, especially in Banff.
If you want to go on a yoga retreat in Canada in July why not add in some adventure to your holiday! You can do a guided canyon hike and try kayaking along side yoga classes in British Columbia. Or experience Stand-up-paddling. There is no shortage of meditation retreats either.
Calgary sees an average high of 23.2C , Vancouver 22.2C, and Ottawa 26.6C.
Yoga Retreats in Costa Rica combined with Horse Riding
Costa Rica is heaven for active vacations lovers. Whether you want to go horse riding, zip lining, surfing, or snorkeling, you’ll certainly find a place to do them in Costa Rica. And if you prefer to relax on a beach, there is no shortage of those either.
July is the start of the wet season in Costa Rica so, technically, low travel season. However, since it’s vacation time in Europe, everyone still seems to want to travel to Costa Rica in July, so the crowds are still here but the prices can still be affordable.
If you plan to go on a yoga retreat in Costa Rica there are plenty of options for you. Take advance of being immersed in the Spanish language and learn it during a yoga retreat. Or combine the yoga classes with surfing. Or perheps you prefer to join a detox retreat.
The days tend to get wetter so prepare for rainstorms in the afternoon. By end of July, there’s a short period without rains, so you may do well to plan your travels for these dates. The average high temperature in San Jose is 25C.
Itching to go on a yoga retreat this July? Choose one of the many yoga retreats in the Americas and Caribbean and you’ll have the time of your life.