Plan now for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve Holiday Vacations

“Trade the Snow for Surf & Sand”Thanksgiving2014

Soon enough we will be ushering in the official start of the holiday season and for many, San Diego will be the location to kick off the winter festivities. With our year-round weather that mimics “an eternal spring” along with a plethora of festive options to choose from, there’s no wonder why this city is such a prime destination.

Not to mention that we have tons of selections that can quite literally suit anyone’s taste, budget or knack for outdoor or indoor activity. Whether you want to explore some of our hiking trails or relax at one of our sparkling beaches along the Pacific shoreline; there are a variety of ways for you to discover new forms of enjoyment. For those who want to bask in the sunshine but would still like to celebrate with some tradition, you would be remiss not to check out the seasonal ice skating rink located in the heart of downtown.

Christmas 3In addition, whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve, you can do each of these activities sailing on a yacht through the San Diego bay with Hornblower Cruises. Worried about missing out on that home cooked Thanksgiving dinner? There is no need to fret, as the city offers a host of locations and selections from fine dining to buffet style eating.

Considering what and where to fulfill that holiday shopping list? Rest assured that you should be able to grant those wishes, whether its perusing brand name designers at Fashion Valley Mall or picking up those one-of-a-kind items at one of the many urban boutiques in the uptown community of Hillcrest.

As you can imagine, the San Diego hotels are filling up fast, so there is no better time than now to book your stay and not miss out! Besides, why endure the cold, when you can play in the sand?New Year 2