How To Travel In October
Now that summer is drawing to an end you may want to know how to travel in October. October offers fantastic sightseeing destinations especially for those who live in areas that don’t have four seasons. Traveling in October can sometimes add extra luggage because the weather can be very unpredictable. It is best to take clothes that cover the heat, the cold, and even rain when traveling in October.
To travel in October, you will need:
- A fantastic destination
- Multi seasonal clothing
- Your destination. There are some great travel destinations in October. Whether you want to travel internationally or within the United States, there are many destinations where the sightseeing is best in October. North Eastern US offers some of the best fall foliage scenery. Apple harvests, Pumpkin Patches, and Octoberfest festivals are all in full swing and can provide a magnitude of fun for the whole family while traveling in October. Another great idea for October travel, since Halloween is at the end of the month is to visit old "haunted" houses, insane asylums, or mental hospitals that has a spooky past to get the holiday started.
- Plan your trip. With the World Wide Web at your fingers tips, you can virtually plan almost every single minute of your trip. You will be able to locate all of the hot spots and places to see before even leaving your home. There are many travel sites that can get your October vacation rolling before you step outside of your door.
- A back up plan. If you are planning for outdoor activities be sure to have back up plan in place in case you hit rain or even snow. Make a list of nearby museums, science centers, or other cultural aspects of the area. Many places also have indoor swimming pools or sports arenas that are available to the general public.
- Packing. When you are packing remember that the weather can be unpredictable. Be sure to pack enough clothes to carry you through the heat, cold, rain, or even snow. Remember if the weather is cooler you can always layer your clothes. But if the weather is warmer than anticipated it is probably not going to be acceptable to take it all off.