Palm Springs Vacation Guide
Life moves at an easy pace in Palm Springs and when you come across hotels which list bathrobes as acceptable dinner attire, you know you've come to place that takes rest and relaxation to a whole new level.
Hollywood legends might not come visiting anymore but the city still has its fair share of glitz, glamour, and excitement with its casinos, film festivals, and popular LGBT events. Cheap all inclusive vacations to Palm Springs are also a hit with students on limited spring break budgets, avid golfers, and spa addicts who are always on the lookout for the latest in therapeutic treatments. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the diverse variety of sports and activities on offer, ranging from mountain climbing and rappelling to exploring canyon trails and desert hiking. The city is also an excellent base for the annual tennis matches held at nearby Indian Wells and if you're looking for picturesque and safe naturist beaches, there are plenty to be found in Palm Springs.
Rigidity and rules are uncommon in this city that caters to travellers on every sort of budget. So if you're looking for a place to relax and unwind without a care in the world, you'll find it here in Palm Springs.
Summer temperatures going as high as 40°C chase away most visitors between June and August, making winter and spring the peak seasons for all inclusive vacations to Palm Springs. Cheap package deals are hard to come by between November and May, but can also be quite expensive in March and April around Easter and the annual Dinah Shore Weekend.
You will get cheaper all inclusive packages and bearable weather conditions between September to October, when temperatures range from the mid to high 20s (Celsius), You can also get great last minute deals in June, but if you're an outdoorsy type, check to see if the temperatures at that time are something that you can cope with. If you plan to stay indoors for most of your trip, go right ahead and book a June holiday since most establishments have air conditioning in the summer.
Regardless of when you visit, remember that Palm Springs has a desert climate so the evenings will be a lot cooler than the days, and sunscreen is always a good idea, especially if you plan on spending a lot of time outdoors.
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