3 Places With The Best Climate On Mother Earth

Imagine the infomercials from the Arnold Schwarzenegger-starrer  Total Recall becoming reality. Your perfect vacation is just a comfy cushion away. While lusting over the best climates anywhere on Mother Earth, we came up with some of the best. These holiday destinations aren’t just another weekend away; if you don’t enjoy them you’re probably either daft, or very, very confused.

Here’s The Places On Earth With The Best Climate, making us drool all over our waxed chests:

#3 Atlixco, Mexico

Places with the best climate and weather - Atlixco in Mexico

Located in the shadow of Popocatepetl, infamous amongst the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, this little town is just over 2 miles north of Mexico City. Don’t worry about the road journey getting there – you’ll have Maheco for company. This quaint, charming little town, with its semi-tropical gardens, colonial architecture and warmer-than-fresh-buns residents, makes this place with a climate you ought to experience before reaching the purgatory.

Located at an elevation of 6,000 feet, Atlixco is “renowned for its benign climate, which varies by only a few degrees Celsius year-round,” according to Wikipedia, meaning the low- to mid-80s Fahrenheit. If that doesn’t sound like a place warranting a visit – you probably love Cheetos and root beer, and are this beyond the purview of our attention, bother and/or this article.

#2 Faulconbridge, Australia

places with best climate Faulconbridge, Australia

Located just about 90 minutes outside Sydney, Faulconbridge is a little town in Australia, sitting a good 1,463 feet above sea level, with mild temperatures and evenly distributed humidity and rainfalls.

places with best weather Faulconbridge, Australia

Referred to as “the world’s most equitable climate” by the World Meteorological Organization (a fact that cannot be verified at this moment), Faulconbridge has more going in its favor, than against one calming weekend in the outskirts of Australia.

#1 Lake Chalupa and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Mexico has a lot of awesome stuff – places, people, drugs, 80′s arms & ammunitions, and for those idealistic climate fantasies – Lake Chapupa and Cabo San Lucas in Mexico is the place to be.

places with best climate Lake Chalupa and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

With an average temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit year round, and 350 days of bright sun, the temperature rarely touches 100 degrees. A cool breeze keeps the climate pleasant, courtesy the Pacific and Sea of Cortez.

At 10,000 meters above the sea, this lake is 50 kilometers wide surrounded by mountains, which conjures up a a climate always reminiscent of spring.

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Dean Reed April 20, 2011 at 10:34 am

I am Australian and live in Sydney. I can confirm that this statement about Faulconbridge couldn’t be farther from the truth. Faulconbridge gets very hot in the summer, and very cold in the winter. And if you are alergic on anything and/or have asthma, eucalyptus trees will kill you in the spring. In fact, Sydney basin is the worst place in the world for asthma and allergy sufferers. Combined with the climate that oscillates wildly, you are in for a disappointment. Whoever came up with this nonsense has obviously never been to Faulconbridge.

That is not to say that the place is bad and ugly. On the contrary (it is a small village halfway to the Blue Mountains). But the climate is far, very far from being stable, let alone among “the best”.

The best climate anywhere can be found around equator, between 1500 and 2200 metres. Andes are the best in my view because there is little rain to speak of, but enough so that the landscape is green. Zimbabwe is another very good place. But who would want to go there to live…?

Ron Schooling June 4, 2011 at 11:46 pm

Probably the best climate is in Cuenca, Ecuador. It is near the equator but at 8200 feet above sea level it has year round spring time. The city, the third largest in Ecuador, with a population of half a million is a World Heritage Trust site. Residents of this part of Ecuador are said to have the longest life span on the globe with some reportedly living to be 120. It has many beautiful colonial buildings and claims to be the most European of all Latin American cities. In addition, it has a low cost of living.

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