It is well known that European destinations like Spain and France are firm favourites for UK holiday makers, NNice and Tuscany play host to thousands of flabby pale-skinned Brits year after year, squabbling over sun-beds with the Germans and flaunting their beer bellies drinking bottles of lager. Tropical destinations, the definition of which is anywhere located in the tropics, areas of land either side of the equator, are becoming more and more popular however since the pound seems to have permanently weakened against the Euro. Here are the top three current destinations for UK and Irish Holiday makers.
In island paradise located in the Caribbean arpeggio, it boasts miles of unspoiled white beaches and clear blue sea. Barbados can be as active or as laid back as you like, may choose to simply fry in the sun for 2 weeks, but there are tones of great experiences to be had onBarbados Holidays like jet-skiing and sea fishing.
2. The Maldives
Another Island group, this time located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives appear similar to Barbados but the culture is very different owing to fact that it takes influences from the Asian sub-continent. Not as laid back as the Barbadian, the inhabits are attentive and make your every wish their command. A True paradise.
This north African territories’ close proximity to Europe means that it is cheap to travel to. Egypts’ rich culture and past is the main attraction for many who flock to see the stunning pyramids and stone sculptures. The Sharm El Sheik resort is becoming very popular for all inclusive holidays with those looking for an alternative to Spain.
So there you go, a few new holiday ideas that will make a change from going to Malaga for the 10th year in a row holidays. Sell up those Euros and get packing!