Where’s hot in March? Here are our top 10 spring holiday destinations…
|Country||City||Hot in March?|
|Mexico||Cancun||34°C / 94°F|
|Thailand||Phuket||33°C / 92°F|
|Barbados||Bridgetown||29°C / 85°F|
|Dominican Republic||Santo Domingo||29°C / 85°F|
|Cuba||Havana||27°C / 81°F|
|Cape Verde||Praia||26°C / 79°F|
|Canary Islands||Fuerteventura||25°C / 77°F|
|Canary Islands||Tenerife||25°C / 77°F|
|Morocco||Marrakech||17°C / 63°F|
|Malta||Gozo||15°C / 59°F|
Where’s hot in March? FAQs
How does lounging around on a Thai beach sound? As long as the current coronavirus restrictions have lifted, the likes of Phuket are super hot in March, resting at a balmy 33 degrees at that time of year. You can easily use this as a starting off point to explore some of the smaller islands surrounding the beautiful country of Thailand, or you can go and visit bustling Bangkok and sample some of the delights at the world-famous floating market. The islands of Malta and Cape Verde are also heating up in March.
Havana‘s weather is heavenly at this time of year. Visit the Plaza de la Revolución and Plaza de Armas, which stand as testament to the Cuban capital’s tumultuous history, or catch a colourful Tropicana show. For an alternative city break idea, with equally warm temperatures, take in the historic sights of Morocco’s red city Marrakech. It’s hot in March in every sense of the world, home to buzzing souks, world-class contemporary art and a whole load of tasty street food.
More March holiday suggestions
From city breaks in Athens and Muscat, to beach holidays in the Andaman Islands, we’ve got plenty more suggestions for where to go in March, regardless of the weather.
Kick start your wanderlust for your 2021 travel plans:
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