Looking for inspiration for your 2013 getaway? Why not try somewhere different this year? To make your decision easier, we’ve put together a handy guide to some of 2013’s most popular destinations.
Posts Tagged ‘Cuba Holidays’
There really is no better way to see the world than on-board a cruise ship. What other mode of travel allows you to spend a relaxing night in the sanctity of your own cabin before waking up in the morning to be greeted by stunning views of different destinations across the globe – and all without even having to leave your room! Whether it’s the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, or even the whole world that you’ve chosen to explore on the ocean wave, you’ll feel like you’re the “king of the world” as you take advantage of the many amazing facilities on board.
But with sometimes only a day or half-day in each port, it’s hard to know how best to use your precious time on dry land; which is why it is often a good idea to plan that perfect day trip in advance. The ports below are our pick of the best:
Whilst the classic ‘sea, sun and sand’ holiday combination is ever popular with British holidaymakers, sometimes the best experiences can be had when you escape the tourist hordes and head off the beaten track in search for adventure. Here’s our pick of the top 5 ‘hidden gems’ from across the world for holidaymakers looking for something that little bit different this year.
Floating halfway between North and South America, Cuba is quickly emerging as one of the world’s most fascinating holiday destinations. Whilst culture vultures are keen to explore Havana’s colourful colonial architecture, watersports enthusiasts are looking to Cuba’s tropical seas to see a very different side to this crocodile-shaped isle. If you’re thinking about taking advantage of an all inclusive Cuba deal, why not take to the water to get a unique perspective of this vibrant country?
If you’ve ever looked photos of celebrities’ holidays and thought the destination is out of your price range then you’ll be surprised by affordable deals to these so-called ‘A’ list destinations.
Now, thanks to cheaper air fares even normal folk can afford to choose the exotic and bag cheap holidays to Cuba and other far-flung destinations, once the preserve of the rich and famous.