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When’s a good time to visit the Far East?

Bali The best time to visit Bali is in the dry season (May to September) although it’s generally considered an all year round destination with temperatures only fluctuating a few degrees from an average of 27-29 degrees. Monsoon season is October to April. Bangkok Bangkok is hot all year round with average temperatures of 30-35 degrees. The best time to visit is December and January when it’s cooler and drier. The rainy season is from May to October. Beijing Beijing…

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When’s a good time to visit the Caribbean?

The Caribbean enjoys a moderate tropical climate that typically fluctuates between 24-29°C. High Season (December to April) These are the driest months in the Caribbean making it a popular winter sun destination, especially around Spring Break and Easter. Low Season (May to November) Expect rainfall during low season, which helps to keep the tropical islands green & lush. August tends to be the hottest month in the Caribbean. Hurricane Season (June to November) The hurricane season stretches from the 1st…

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Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria has the largest population of all The Canary Islands. The island is broadly round, with a diameter of about 50KM. The island is quite mountainous, reaching up to almost 2,000 Metres. Its a little like a “Mini Continent” with dramatically different micro climates, ranging from cool and damp inland in the winter, to hot and almost desert-like in the south in the summer. The North East corner of the island is home to Gran Canaria’s capital of Las…

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Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the third largest Canary Island, and is closest to Africa, just 64 nautical miles away. The island was shaped by massive volcanic eruptions in the 17th and 18th centuries, and has a stark, almost lunar landscape. The island is known for it’s spectacular all year round weather, with less than 3 inches of rain per year, and daytime temperatures rarely dropping below 20 degrees, even in mid winter. Artist and architect Cesar Manrique was instrumental in defining Lanzarote’s…

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Sandals Over-The-Water Suites

Imagine spending your honeymoon in one of these stunning over-the-water suites just released by Sandals. These brand new luxury suites at the Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island in Montego Bay, Jamaica are the first of their kind to be introduced in the Caribbean. Features include: See-through glass floor Private infinity pool Over water hammock made for two Personalised butler service Private boat transfers to and from the resort Jacuzzi with outdoor shower Sandals Luxury Included Remember with Sandals…

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