Cool Summer Awaits in these Spectacular Destinations

If money is no object and you want to escape the summer heat there’s a world waiting for you full of breathtaking scenery, mild temperatures — and snow in some cases.

These prime locations could send shivers down your spine!

Norwegian Fjords, Norway

Experience the beauty of Norway’s fjords with their cool temperatures even during the summer months. You can indulge in lavish accommodations, private yacht cruises and helicopter tours to explore the stunning landscapes.

Queenstown, New Zealand

Enjoy the cool temperatures of the Southern Hemisphere’s winter in July and August by visiting Queenstown, known for its adventure sports, never-to-be-forgotten scenery and luxury lodges. You can go skiing, snowboarding or simply enjoy the alpine beauty.

Aspen, Colorado

Aspen is a premier destination for those seeking cool summer temperatures and outdoor adventures. With your unlimited budget, you can stay in sumptuous mountain resorts, enjoy gourmet dining and explore the Rocky Mountains.

Swiss Alps, Switzerland

Switzerland offers unparalleled beauty, especially in the summer when the weather is cool and the landscapes are lush. Stay in deluxe chalets, enjoy fine dining and frolic in outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking and paragliding.

Patagonia, Argentina/Chile

Experience the rugged beauty of Patagonia with its cool summer temperatures and remarkable landscapes. Stay in interesting eco-lodges, go trekking in Torres del Paine National Park and explore the glaciers and fjords of this remote region.

Banff and Lake Louise, Canada

Nestled in the Canadian Rockies, Banff and Lake Louise offer cool summer temperatures and spectacular scenery. Stay in grand mountain lodges, enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and wildlife viewing, and relax in natural hot springs.


With its cool climate and otherworldly landscapes, Iceland is a unique destination for a summer vacation. Explore glaciers, waterfalls and volcanic landscapes; stay in splendid accommodations like boutique hotels or private villas, and enjoy experiences like helicopter tours and private guided excursions.


Golf’s birthplace is replete with challenging courses featuring captivating Highland scenery and resorts that treat guests like royalty. With four more hours of sun per day than London, there’s loads of time to visit all the castles, lochs, distilleries and otherworldly landscapes like the Isle of Skye.

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