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The best month to hit the slopes and burn of the Christmas cheer with a healthy dose of skiing. Europe’s mountain resorts will be busy and expecting a higher number of guests with the Alps being the most popular. Don’t mind wrapping up warm? Then it’s also a perfect month to visit Antarctica with its warmer weather and longer days.

If you’re looking for a new year tan then its definitely long haul season. Caribbean sea and Central America host guaranteed festivities and sunny weather. Jamaica, St Lucia, Chile, Malaysia & Thailand are great spots to consider.

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Hit the tropics, weather is dry and not too hot. Join the Trinidad, Rio & Barbados carnival for a day of dancing and bright costumes. Celebrate

Chinese new year, there will be celebrations all over China.

February is one of New Zealand‘s warmest month which would make a great escape from the british winter, why not stop off at Malaysia on the way.

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By this time we are itching for some sunshine. There are some perfect long haul destinations for wild life and culture; Cuba is at it’s driest, its prime season for Sri Lanka and Burma remains hot but quieter making it a perfect time to explore.

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Spring has now begun in Europe so you can now enjoy some sunshine closer to home. At this time of year try Malta, Malaga & Morocco for t-shirt weather and great food.

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In China the weather is clear with little rain. Peak season for a safari holiday,  as the weather gets hot the wildlife come out in search for water so some amazing photo opportunities. Nepal and Kenya are a great choice.

By this time anywhere in Europe is a good choice, take a city break in Madrid, Barcelona or Milan to avoid the sea breeze.

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Driest month in Peru makes it a great time to visit Machu Picchu and enjoy the festival.

Last Month before Dubai and Morocco reach extreme summer weather.

Perfect time time to visit Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Netherlands. Great sites, cycling, shopping and food.

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In Canada weather is warm and dry and it’s one of the best times to explore the beautiful lakes and mountains.

There’s pretty much 24-hour daylight in Iceland and migrating whales can be seen in the surrounding waters.

The costal beauty of Italy blooms, Sicily, Amalfi Coast and Naples are a popular choice.

Croatia also has lots to offer and is perfect for those thats like being at sea.

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Its summer holidays and its bound to be busy wherever you go. Take a Caribbean or European cruise, great for keeping everyone entertained or brave the theme parks in the USA.

Want to escape the madness then head to the South Pacific; Fiji, Seychelles and Tahiti will be guaranteed paradise.

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As the European weather begins to cool its a great opportunity to make the most of the still sunny days. Summer holidays are now over so resorts will be quieter- great time for a romantic or active break. Try Croatia, Greece, Italy, northern Spain, Portugal or Turkey.

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The Californian coast makes a great Autumn break, Los angeles, San Francisco and Malibu are a favourite for surfing, mountain biking, wine and flash cars.

In Morocco the coast and desert remain very warm and flights are offered at great value.

South France is mild and a great time to go on a french road-trip.

Monsoon weather has ended in Bhutan and festivities begin.

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It’s a great time to visit Chile, Argentina and Brazil, as November brings warm temperatures and little rain; plus capital cities are not yet too hot or humid.

Southern India is dry and warm making it a great destination for some winter sun.

Caribbean Islands remain hot and tropical, St Lucia, Jamaica and Bahamas are a popular choice.

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Spend the festive season somewhere exotic, Mexico, Caribbean sea, Thailand and Costa Rico are a great choice.

Also a good time to hit the slopes ahead of the peak season rush.