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  • Great Labor Day Destinations

    Even though Labor Day symbolizes the end of the hot season, being celebrated this year on September, 7 it doesn’t mean it has to suggest the end of the summer fun as well. Therefore, why don’t you extend the summer fun-filled days and set up an easy escape to a magnificent destination? After all, this three-day weekend is all about rest, parades and tasty food. In spite of the fact that over the years the tourists have been after the cosmopolitan package, picking a big bustling city for a quick exploration, we suggest you to give up the classic formula and to go for a top-notch destination that will help you enjoy the sunbeams and the warm weather close to the nature and not far away from your home. Best of all, we came up with several solutions, whether you would like to spend a few days on the beach, hiking, gazing at overwhelming lake sights or sample the fine restaurants and the amusing, cultural ¬†aspects of certain towns. Briefly, let us countdown some of the destinations that would make for the ideal Labor Day weekend.

    Great Falls, Montana

    Provided you’re a nature-lover, the Great Falls in Montana featuring spectacular multi-chutes is definitely going to quench all your needs. Aside from the one-of-kind verdant landscape, there are all sorts of fun activities that will animate your day like fly-fishing for trout and salmon, kayaking or canoeing. ¬†In order to have an overall image about this area, you can stop by the local museum or go on a cultural guided tour to find out all the details about the Lewis and Clark expedition.


    Worldly reckoned for their white-powdery sand beaches, the Hawaii idyllic Islands have it all: azure ocean water, coral reefs, animated nightlife and mouth-watering seafood. And the best part is that these islands are located at nearly six hours from the West Coast. Plus, you could never get bored in this summer paradise as you have multiple activities to choose from: gentle surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling to spot the colorful fish, biking, hiking or simply swimming and basking in the sun. Make Hawaii your Labor Day destination and you’ll have the illusion of an all year long summer.

    Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri

    The Lake of the Ozarks, a result of the human ingenuity is the main attraction in central Missouri and the perfect end-of-summer getaway due to the ring of restaurants, glitz shops and many-star hotels luring the tourists. Moreover, the area provides you with plenty of recreational activities like boating, fishing, shopping or bicycling. If you have time to kill, visit one of the two nearby state amusement parks and have fun in the sun. Therefore, this might be a good option for those of you seeking for family-friendly destinations as well.


    Niagara-on-the-Lake, a picturesque small town close to the worldly renowned Niagara Falls is quite an off-the-path and beautiful escape on Labor Day. You can discover the local vineyards and taste a fine wine while taking part at the Shaw festival and admiring the actors portraying characters imagined by the famous playwright Bernard Shaw. Plus, you don’t have to worry about the accommodation as the city is crowded with B&Bs which will not have you spend an exorbitant sum of money.

    Turks& Caicos

    The main advantage of this summer hotspot refers to its location: a three-hour ride from the East coast and accessible for those of you living in any other corner of the country. The chain’s major asset is Providenciales, an island boasting the tourists with one of the best golden beaches in the Caribbean. You are guaranteed to love this island for its immense coral reefs, azure water, parties on the sand that last until dawn and water sports.

    All in all, grab a deal, as we all know the end of the summer comes with tons of bargains, pack up your car or take the plane and kick off the Labor Day Weekend.

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