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Exotic Holidays

Exotic holidays

If you’re feeling the need to jet away to somewhere utterly different, try one of our more exotic holiday destinations. Whether you’re looking for a tropical paradise to rest and revitalise or fancy exploring somewhere that is buzzing with energy, you can find what you need on one of our exotic holidays. Many of these far-flung destinations can feel like a different world, and offer boundless opportunities for exploration and discovery.

1. Mauritius

The luxurious island of Mauritius is fringed by pristine white-sand beaches. The sumptuous resorts and hotels offer the ideal exotic getaway and the warm waters invite you to swim, snorkel or try out the variety of water sports on offer. You can also head inland to discover the island’s diverse wildlife and hike the network of trails. A short boat ride takes you to perfect deserted islets, where you can spend the day in tranquil seclusion. 

2. Maldives

The 1,200 islands of the Maldives are home to the world’s most perfect and spectacular beaches. The soft, warm sand is pure white and fringed by palm trees. Each island is a private resort, and different resorts are set up to cater to the needs of different visitors. Dip below the sea to discover an underwater world at this world-class dive site. 

3. Bahamas

Adventure awaits in the Bahamas, where you can explore the land and sea of 700 picture-perfect islands. You can swim, snorkel, sail, scuba dive or kayak your way around this stunning natural playground, or stay on land and delight in the pink-sand beaches and lively resorts. You can end each day of your exotic holiday in the Bahamas with laid-back cocktails or dancing until dawn.

4. Seychelles

You can enjoy high-octane activities, wildlife encounters and lush tropical paradises all in one day in the Seychelles. Whether you fancy exploring the thick jungle of the interiors or scuba diving in the marine parks, these islands offer a whole new way to get back to nature. There are luxury resorts that cater to your every whim, and affordable self-catering apartments that give you space and privacy. Ecotourism is a big deal on these islands, so your exotic holiday will have a minimal impact on the pristine environment.

5. Thailand

Cultured and sophisticated by day and wild and fun-loving by night, Thailand attracts all kinds of visitors. Exploring Thailand is a sensory overload, with delicious food, bright colours and shining temples everywhere you turn. The tranquil beaches host full moon parties after the sun goes down, and if you venture into the azure waters you can swim with whale sharks or stay in the warm shallows. If you are seeking serenity, take a visit to the many sacred spaces and peaceful temples that host meditation retreats.