Our Favourite 2018 Exotic Holiday Destinations



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Why: The place where life’s a beach every day of the year! Why? Because of its 365 perfect sandy beaches. This Caribbean island boasts thrills for the most intrepid of travellers, with zip-lines tours, great diving experiences, island safaris and breathtaking mountain lookout points. Luxury, all-inclusive resorts will guarantee you have an unparalleled, unforgettable holiday experience. Visit the island during Antigua Sailing Week and you’ll see it come alive as dozens of yachts race across the Caribbean waters.

Where to stay:

St James Club & Villas                                      The Verandah Resort & Spa                              Sandals Grand Antigua Resort

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Best time to travel: December to April is the high season. Hurricane season is officially May to November, however, the island is generally dry. The average temperature throughout the year is a comfortable 28 degrees Celsius.


The Maldives

Photo by Chi King

Photo by Chi King

Why: The heavenly landscapes and elegant luxury and simplicity of the Maldives make it one of our top contenders for top holiday destinations in 2018. With 105 island resorts, you will undoubtedly find the perfect one for you. This superb location in the Indian Ocean is one of the best for scuba diving and exploring reefs, with a varied sea life and amazing water villas.

Where to stay:

Komandoo Island Resort                                    Cocoon Island Resort & Spa                             LUX* South Ari Atoll

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Best time to travel: The best weather – and the best time to visit the Maldives – is between November and April. The high season falls between December and March. The monsoon runs from May to October, peaking around June.




Why: Renowned for its coral reefs, this mesmerising eastern Caribbean Island offers relaxation, luxury and plenty of activities for the entire family. Harrison’s Cave, Animal Flower Cave and Pirate’s Cove are just some of the attractions you can see while staying in Barbados. Explore the island’s natural wonders or sunbathe on the spectacular white beaches.

Where to stay: *Book until the end of February and get 25% Off these amazing resorts*

Bougainvillea Beach Resort                                Butterfly Beach Resort                                     Sugar Bay Resort
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Best time to travel: The best months to visit are January through to April, as they are the driest and least humid. The hurricane season for the region runs from June to November, with most major storms occurring August to October.




Why: Another favourite Caribbean nation is Jamaica, the country that comes with its own soundtrack. Many of its all-inclusive resorts are clustered in Montego Bay, with its British-colonial architecture, and Negril, known for its diving and snorkelling sites. Venture beyond the luxury resorts and explore the beautiful nature and eye-catching blue lagoons.

Where to stay:

Sandals Grande Riviera                                        Beaches Negril Resort & Spa                          Royal Plantation Resort

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Best time to travel: The best time to visit Jamaica is November to mid-December. September is more prone to hurricanes.


The Fiji Islands


Why: The tropical paradise of Fiji Islands can be found in the South Pacific Ocean. With its palm tree framed ocean views, exquisite beaches, undersea marvels, lush accommodation and fascinating culture, the archipelago is simply a must-see on your travel bucket list in 2018.

Where to stay:

Outrigger on the Lagoon                                     Shangri-La Fijian                                                Yasawa Island Resort

outrigger  shangri  yasawi

Best time to travel: Temperatures are pretty constant through the whole year, with highs of 29 degrees. However, from November to April, you might have to contend with some tropical storms. Peak season occurs between July and September when the weather is dry and sunny.


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