Book a Chartered Flight to these Best Christmas US Destinations
For a growing number of travelers, Christmastime has become a popular time to travel as it is the easiest to take time off from work, between Christmas and New Year.
Planning on a vacation this 2016 Yuletide season? Here are the most popular places in the US to visit during the holidays:
New York is a place where you can buy one-of-a-kind gifts and anything else that’s on your wish list. It is also famous for several holiday traditions. Rockefeller Center has a huge tree where the lighting is celebrated with musical performances and special ceremony along with the holiday-themed windows that are displayed by the famous department stores of New York.
Another tourist spot that brings visitors to New York in the holidays is the Radio City Christmas Spectacular; this is a Broadway-style spectacle set up by renowned, high-kicking Rockettes at the legendary Radio City Music Hall.
Chicago or also known as the Windy City has brisk weather conducive for White Christmas, or, at least, a very cold one. However, tourists visit Chicago for Christmas due to its huge city activities, such as watching the light show on the Magnificent Mile and appreciating the German heritage of Chicago at its famed Christkindlmarkt, which is a German Christmas market full of holiday goodies, old-fashioned toys, and German foodstuff and beverages.
Just like New York, the Windy City also has a huge Christmas tree, which can be found in Daley Plaza and inducted every year with great displays.
Christmas time is a great time for a ski holiday for many tourists, as snowy mountains and comfy cabins remind the highlights of the holidays. One popular site for skiing during the holidays in the US is Colorado, where you can find the famous towns of Vail and Aspen, aside from other skiing centers. Santa trackers also identify Colorado as the home of NORAD, the government organization that trails the gift-giving course of Santa Clause during Christmas Eve.
If the idea of a cold, white Christmas most excites you, then plan a trip to Alaska for the holidays. However for some people, Alaska equates the North Pole. As a matter of fact, since 1952, hundreds of kids have mailed their letters to the Santa Clause House in North Pole, Alaska. Believe it or not, the Santa Claus House writes back to children, which is exciting for kids who still believed in the stories of Santa Claus.
Wintertime is also a great time for watching the Aurora Borealis or the Northern Lights in Alaska. If you can take the cold and snow of Alaska, the city surely is a picturesque place to spend Christmas.
Many of the US States experience mild weather conditions, even in the month of December, which makes Florida perfect for people who wants sand instead of snow for Christmas. Aside from its white sand beaches, travelers going to Florida can also visit Disney World, which is decorated in true Disney-design, or Miami, where Christmas has a more Latin theme.
In the days leading to Christmas, you can discover boat parades and vibrant light shows in various cities all over the state. Visiting Florida during Christmas also gives you the opportunity to go to Christmas, a town near Orlando and a famous place where you can get your holiday mail postmarked.
The holiday season is the merriest time of the year but make it a lot merrier by visiting these top destinations during Christmastime. For a hassle-free and joyous Christmas trip, we highly recommend that you take a chartered flight, especially that Christmastime is a peak season, meaning there are higher chances of delayed flights. Perhaps the chartered flight’s cost discourages you from taking one, don’t be. In fact, a chartered flight is usually more cost-effective as you can choose the right aircraft for your itinerary and group size. For further details, contact us!