Michigan (PRWEB) September 07, 2013
The unofficial end of summer has come and gone and autumn is just around the corner. Tens of millions are expected to travel to destinations including the East Coast this fall. From leaf peeping to great autumn festivals, there are many destinations for travel which are especially exciting during this season. Island Trader Vacations reviews 3 of the most popular fall destinations for travel this year.
Every 11 years, the northern lights, a spectacular meteorological show of epic proportions really shine and this is one of those years. While many destinations have already been enjoying these spectacular light shows, the real show stoppers are just beginning in many places with high activity expected in September and continuing till April of 2014. One such destination is the state of Alaska. While viewing conditions are best in winter, if you prefer avoiding the arctic cold, the best activity should begin in September and Fairbanks is a great place to plan a visit.
Always considered a great destination for travel, Fall represents one of the most popular times to visit this amazing U.S. destination. From its fall colors to its fall festivals, it’s no wonder millions choose Portland as their fall destination for travel. Things not to miss in Portland Maine this fall include:
Amazing weather, fantastic festivals and historic events make fall a great time to visit the beautiful U.S. destination. This year has been an eventful one and will continue as 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. In addition to Civil War history however, Gatlinburg offers plenty of festivals and activities as and events in fall such as Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair, Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival and some of the most amazing views in the world on the infamous Parkway in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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