Where’s hot in February? Here are our top 10 winter sun destinations…
|Country||City||Average temperature in February|
|Thailand||Koh Samui||28°C / 83°F|
|Maldives||Island||28°C / 83°F|
|The Gambia||Banjul||26°C / 81°F|
|Jamaica||Kingston||27°C / 80°F|
|Cape Verde||Santa Maria||23°C / 73°F|
|United Arab Emirates||Dubai||20°C / 68°F|
|America||Orlando||16°C / 61°F|
|Mexico||Cancun||23°C / 74°F|
|Canary Islands||Lanzarote||18°C / 64°F|
|Canary Islands||Tenerife||17°C / 63°F|
Hot Places in February FAQs
The Canary Islands are a popular choice for Brits looking to park their bum on some sand, no matter the month. Tenerife, in particular, is a good choice, and while the temperature may not reach the dizzy heights that it does in the summer months, 17 degrees Celcius is still pleasant wave-watching weather. If you’re looking to fly a little further afield – and coronavirus travel restrictions permitting – Cape Verde and Jamaica all have blue skies and rum cocktails, just waiting for you.
Oh, hi Dubai. For shopping, skyscrapers and a little bit of luxury, Dubai is unparalleled. It’s also a toasty 25 degrees Celcius on average.
More February holiday suggestions
From crazy carnivals in Rio de Janeiro to lazy beach breaks in Zanzibar, we’ve got plenty more suggestions for holidays in February, regardless of the weather. Check out our inspired ideas for holidays here.
Read more about where to go in February, and keep up to date with the latest travel news and inspiration:
- Check out the latest coronavirus travel advice
- See which countries are ‘open for business’ with our travel restrictions map
- Where’s hot in March? Our top 10 destinations for more winter sun