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Dreaming of a tropical getaway? Escape to paradise with COOLA’s top picks for the best beach vacations this Fall. We’ve got you covered from the warm waves to those white sand beaches - all you need is a bikini and SPF!

  • The Maldives - This South Asian country is located in the Indian Ocean with a chain of more than 1,000 coral islands. It’s best known for its blue lagoons, beaches and extensive reefs. This is the perfect destination if you are looking for magical displays of sunshine!
  • Kauai - Hawaii is always a good idea! The “Garden Island” is Hawaii’s fourth largest island and is home to dramatic natural beauty like the cliffs of the Napali Coast. This island is an outdoor lover’s paradise.
  • Fiji - Get ready to island hop! This South Pacific country is made up of more than 300 islands. It’s best known for its rugged landscapes, clear lagoons, coral reefs and palm-lined beaches.
  • Amalfi Coast - This 50 km stretch of coastline along the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula is the perfect European beach holiday destination. Sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches and pastel-colored fishing villages make the Amalfi Coast the ideal getaway!
  • Nicaragua - Set between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, this is a Central American nation known for its dramatic terrain.  Nicaragua is home to some of the greatest lakes, volcanoes and beaches. Corn Island is also a must to see while visiting here.

With summer beginning to wind down there’s no better time to plan your beach vacation than now! We love traveling in the Fall, plus sometimes you get the BEST weather in these tropical destinations. Bon voyage!

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