Where to go and when?

As a Travel Agent I am often asked to find holidays for people at the complete wrong time of year – for instance, people going to Dubai in August – way too hot. Majorca in November to get a tan – it probably wont happen or Iceland to see the Northern Lights in June – you wont see them. I am hoping the following will give you a good idea as to the best time to go to some of the most jaw dropping destinations.

JANUARY As Christmas slopes into the distance and with cold weather still to come, travelling to find some sun is an appealing prospect for January. I recommend beach time in the west of Thailand in Krabi, Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Chang . I started my traveling in Thailand and still love it. I have just returned having re-visited to make sure it has kept its charm and It has for the better with local airports springing up it has made the islands much easier (and cheaper) tocheetah-serena-safari4 get to. In Africa, the January rains break the Kalahari heat and the quenched plains spring to life. Journey to Botswana to watch the migration of wildebeest and zebra as they follow the scent of the fresh grazing – do a side trip to Victoria Falls – the most spectacular of all the falls in my eyes where three countries join together by water.. It
is also the perfect time to visit Cape Town and the surrounding areas. I was Cage Diving with Sharks last January and stayed at the ONE & ONLY CAPE TOWN – the most wonderful of hotels. And January marks the start of another wildlife showpiece. It’s the whale watching season in Baja California on Mexico’s Pacific Coast and on a cruise you can sit alongside as hundreds of whales and dolphins leap, arch and twirl in and out of the ocean.

FEBRUARY February might be bleak in the top half of the world, but it’s summertime down south and New Zealand nz vanand southern Australia are basking in the life outdoors. Renting an RV (Recreational Vehicle) is a very popular way of seeing lots. Both Australia and New Zealand are geared up or these Camper Van Holidays – we stayed in some amazing parks really close to the cities within walking distances of incredible places to eat – unlike the UK where you tend to rock up near a chip shop! Walking trails are open and you can stretch out on the beaches while they’re at their best. In Hong Kong, 15-day-long festivities kick off in February, when ancient Chinese traditions combine with true multicultural modernity. Relive New Year’s there before spring boarding to dry and sunny Cambodia to extend your journey in Southeast Asia. You need to book early if you are considering the Chinese New Year celebrations.

MARCH Japan’s springtime blossom starts to pop open in March, and milder temperatures coupled with the showings of early plum blossom make it a good-value time to travel here ahead of the peak blossom season. Japan has been a popular destination, with independent tours (Organized to a cdetain degree) but with independent travel by Bullet and Hotels on the lakes in Hakone, make Japan an exciting place to go. In Bhutan, the subsiding cold is encouraging high-altitude rhododendrons to wake, while a number of colourful festivals take place. And a full spectrum of coloured powders plume in the air in Indian towns and villages as locals celebrate Holi festival. having experienced this myself I can give you advice on how best to experience the ‘festival of colours’ as part of your trip to India.

APRIL Travel to South America in April as nature offers wonderful bird watching in the Galapagos, including likely sightings of the fascinating mating ritual of the blue-footed booby. The Iguaçu Falls, bordering Brazil and Argentina, are also at their most dramatic after the summer rainfalls. We were in Peru a his time last year we had an amazing trip HOTEL B – LIMA, PERU  In Morocco, IMG_5399the April climate is cool enough for you to explore Marrakesh’s souqs or hike the High Atlas Mountains in clearer air. And, if Easter falls in April, a trip in the Philippines is a window into the Spanish legacy of a ‘fiesta’ culture, and the weather is fantastic for the beaches. Boracay is one of my personal favourites and with many flights from Manila direct to the Island, this now makes this really accessible. Having lived in Dubai for almost 18 years, April was always my favourite month to be there on the beaches or lazing around a hotel pool experiencing the most incredible service.

MAY If you’re planning a May break, the sun is always out over Bali’s soft-sand beaches at a time of year before the crowds hit their peak. Planning in advance pays off, as some of my favourite hotels are quick to book up. On a cruise in Canada, canadaoff the west coast of Vancouver, you can spot migrating grey whales and their young, along with minke and killer whales. Take a Cruise up to Alaska here – where you will witness the most spectacular scenery. I loved Alaska… And for a trip in the mountain air, hike along the wildflower trails of the High Atlas in Morocco. The comfortable temperature allows you to enjoy the scenery by day and camp out in Bedouin-style tents by night. treat yourself and have a few nights at Richard Branson’s Kasbah Tamadot – it’s not as expensive as you would think and getting there is easy with direct flights now from Manchester. May is a great time to also visit Istanbul for a long weekend. So many boutique hotels, mosque’s an shopping – just a 4 hour direct flight from the UK.  I flew Turkish last year and was really impressed with them – no wonder they are one of the fastest growing airlines in the world.

JUNE June marks the start of the dry season in southern Africa and the chance to see newly born game as you safari in Tanzania. Newborn gorillas are given their names in a traditional festival in Rwanda each June and we can design you a trip there gorilla trekking, which pairs nicely with added time on safari in Kenya’s Masai Mara. June is also an ideal time for visiting Costa Rica in the quieter green (or rainy) season when you’ll still find plenty of dry weather, quieter national parks and better views of the famous Arenal Volcano. All of Central America is still undiscovered and one of the new ‘cool’ places to go. Try cycling from Costa Rica to Panama – of course, not the entire trip, but have someone follow you and you jump on a boat, or a car while your bike is being transported to the next place where you can then take your time cycling at your leisure past some spectacular scenery.

JULY Ladakh in India is an ideal destination for July, with warm weather and little rain to accompany the Himalayan scenery. Spend time in Leh immersing yourself in the Tibetan Buddhist culture and exploring the monasteries, lakes and high-altitude deserts. I also recommend the Manu Rainforest in Peru in the month of July. After you have of course been to Machu Picchu – and this no longer means you need a strong pair of hiking boots (although this of course can be arranged) but you can now go via Train from Cuzco – even take the South American version of the Orient Express not the Bingham Highman. We did this earlier in the year and loved it. Even take an extension to the Galapagos Islands, just a short flight froIMG_1797m Peru – these, as Machu Picchu should be on everyones bucket list. If you want a few days away – Lisbon and Cascais are high on my list of places to return to. Cascais on the coast and just 20 minutes away from Lisbon has the most amazing restaurants – even more so if you like fish! or steak on a hot stone!!

AUGUST School’s are out for summer – of course, Europe for the weather is a great destination, and with direct flights from East Midlands to many destinations it seems strange to go further. My top 5 would be Turkey, Croatia, Greece, IMG_6629the Balearics or Italy of course. We have just returned from a few days in Santorini followed by a week in the hills above Cannes in the South of France. Perfect weather and amazing food in both places. If you did want to go further afield then Africa plays backdrop to one of the great wildlife spectacles: the annual migration of over two million wildebeest from the Serengeti plains to the grasslands of the Masai Mara. Or travel to Kandy in Sri Lanka at the time of the Parahera Festival held at the Temple of the Tooth, where Buddha’s tooth is said to rest. Get swept up in dancing and parades by torchlight. Combine a Safari followed by some chill out time on the beach in Zanzibar.

SEPTEMBER September kicks off the changing of the seasons in many regions, bringing with it shifting climates and bright landscapes. Before the wet season sets in, take a trip to Borneo and observe the orang-utan at the Sepilok sanctuary in Kota Kinabalu. In Peru, September is the a good time to take a hike to Incan city in the clouds Machu Picchu peruwhile there’s still very little rain. And there’s no better place to witness the seasons change than in China, as the locals celebrate the harvest season across the country with the Mid-Autumnal Festival. With a selection of many different tours throughout China it is possible to almost feel you are having 3 holidays in one.. If you wanted to try something completely different and like the buzz of a city, then September is a great time to visit one of my favourite Cities… Beirut. On the Mediterranean, with a host of restaurants, bars and clubs and shops a plenty – this is an ideal place to visit for just a few days.

OCTOBER October is a great time to immerse yourself completely in another culture. Head to India and join millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains for Diwali, the five-day ‘Festival of Lights’. Experience the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival with the locals in Myanmar, where revered Buddha images are paraded around Inle Lake in an elaborate barge for over 20 days. Or discover the historical sites in Jordan, where the lifting of the summer heat allows you to explore in comfort the Roman ruins at Jerash, and biblical sites such as Mt Nebo and the desert of Wadi Rum. Jordan is one of my favourite places, few tourists, it is very safe and cheap to get to and not too far..

NOVEMBER Though the temperatures may begin to drop, November still offers plenty of opportunity for active adventure.. Enjoy snorkelling or scuba diving in the warmer temperatures of the Red Sea in Egypt, DSC05165where the water is a clear blue and the coral reefs teem with marine life. Or experience Vietnam by bicycle, along the countryside around the historic merchants’ town of Hoi An or through the rice terraces and remote villages of Sapa. There are some really good deals to the Caribbean in November, before prices are hiked up for Christmas. And, if like me Bora Bora is on your bucket list, then November is a good time to go as flights are at their lowest.

DECEMBER December brings celebrations of all shapes and sizes across the world. Embrace a wintry yet magical Christmas in Russia, where Gorky Park turns into an ice rink and sleigh rides are offered throughout the month. Top off your year joining in a New Year’s celebration in another part of the world. Travel to Brazil and watch the cariocas (Rio’s locals) dressed in white as they gather on a sunny Copacabana in tribute to the goddess of the sea. Spend Christmas in Cuba – we were in Havana last year, a great place to be with its UNESCO World Heritage Sites and most amazing bars to spend your evenings in.. Or head to AustraliaDavid Walker - The Travel Snob for a New Year’s celebration of a lifetime in Sydney. Witness fireworks exploding off the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, while enjoying the summer temperatures – one of my most magical New Years ever! If it a Christmas Get-a-way you want, then I highly advise booking in January, this is still one of the busiest times to go away..

As a home based ABTA and ATOL independent Travel Agent with 110 countries under my belt, I am always around to offer advice, not only on which destination to go to but on what to do and where to go when you get there.

For impartial advise and a quote – feel free to get in touch with me david@thetravelsnob.co.uk

PORTUGAL – One Country with 1000’s of year round experiences

We went to Portugal for the first time a few years ago – and without a doubt we would return.  Amazing seafood and a variety of places to go, things to see and great weather of course.

We stayed in Cascais on the Lisbon Coast, close enough for day trips to Lisbon yet on the coast, we stayed at the Farol Design Hotel – a must stay…

The following is taken from my friends at Visit Portugal

Portugal – One country, thousands of all year-round experiences

There’s one place in Portugal everyone knows about; but there are thousands of others waiting to be discovered.

Porto & the North offer countless charms and sites, where tradition and modernity live side by side. Douro, Foz Côa Valley, Gerês National Park contrast with its vibrant cities.

Centre of Portugal a diverse region where historical villages, five UNESCO sites, unspoiled nature and Europe’s surf Mecca will provide exceptional memories.

Alentejo’s vast plains, white villages, offer visitors the unique experience of Dark Skies, the life cycle of cork, megalithic sites and impressive marble quarries.

Cosmopolitan Lisbon attracts visitors looking for bustling nightlife within the charms of a city surrOld Lisbon
ounded by the seaside resorts of Estoril and Cascais with its luxury through
contemporary offering.

Algarve’s white golden beaches, diverse top accommodation, combined with its balmy weather and activities make this region a favourite among UK tourist

Madeira’s blessed mild year round weather invites visitors to explore its diverse lush landscape. A packed calendar of events, combined with top quality accommodation and gastronomy complete a memorable holiday experience.

Set within its volcanic unique landscapes the Azores 9 islands attract those seeking raw nature, warm waters bathed by the Gulf Stream.

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Thomas Cook Airlines promotes nine new routes

Thomas Cook Airlines has started its peaks campaign to highlight nine new routes for 2016.

Twice weekly flights from Gatwick to Orlando will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays from May. A weekly service to Cayo Coco, Cuba, will also fly from the London airport on Sundays, while flights to Cape Town will operate on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays from December 15.

Los Angeles, Boston and Tobago have also been added to the airline’s 2016 schedule and will be served from Manchester.

The Los Angeles service will operate on Mondays and Saturdays from May 2 and the Boston service on Mondays and Fridays from May 30. Manchester to Tobago will fly once a week on Sundays from November 13.

A weekly flight from Manchester to mid-haul destination Cape Verde has also been introduced for summer. The Sunday flight from Manchester to Sal will begin on May 1.

Other new summer destinations include Kavala, Thassos, which will fly from both Gatwick and Manchester on Fridays, and a twice-weekly service from Manchester to Alicante which will begin on May 22.

The airline has purchased four new Airbus A321 to service its new and existing routes for 2016.

A Thomas Cook Airlines spokesman said: “Most notable about our plans next year are the new long-haul routes to Cape Town, Tobago, Los Angeles and Boston because they depict the story of how the airline is growing its long-haul offer.”


Source – Travel Weekly Dec 2016

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FCO UK Government Warning for Travel To Tunisia

In light of recent events I will keep you as up to date the moment we hear of any news

What is Happening Next
ABTA are continuing to liaise with the FOC and the Tunisian Authorities and will advise accordingly. The Tunisian Government have not yet stated their stance on future bookings affected.

Any announcements made by individual operators, will be published as and when they are received.

your customers are advise to visit the FOC website https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/tunisia

In the mean time, we will be continuously monitoring the situation over the weekend and will advise accordingly.

The Tunisian authorities report that the terrorist incident in Port El Kantaoui is over. A British Embassy crisis team has deployed to the area and is providing consular assistance to British nationals.

If you are in the area you should keep in touch with your tour operator and follow any advice from Tunisian security authorities.

If you are a British national currently in Tunisia and wish to inform the FCO of your whereabouts, or you are concerned about friends or family, you should contact us by:

calling us on +44 207 008 0000
completing a form online  Texting Tunisia to +447860010026. You’ll then receive a reply, please respond with your details. Text messages should be restricted to 160 characters. Reliability and cost of sending a text varies from country to country and is dependent on the networks within those countries
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all travel to:

the Chaambi Mountain National Park area
the Tunisia-Algeria border crossing points at Ghardimaou, Hazoua and Sakiet Sidi Youssef
the militarized zone south of, but not including, the towns of El Borma and Dhehiba
within 5km of the Libya border area from north of Dhehiba up to but not including the Ras Ajdir border crossing
The FCO advise against all but essential travel to:

areas south of, and including, the towns of Nefta, Douz, Médenine, Zarzis (including the Tunisia-Libya border crossing point at Ras Ajdir)
within 30km of the border with Algeria south of, and including, the town of Jendouba (this area includes the archaeological sites of Bulla Regia and Chemtou)
the governorate of Kasserine, including the town of Sbeitla
If you travel to the interior of Tunisia, you should do so with a reputable tour guide.

There is a high threat from terrorism, including kidnapping. Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places visited by foreigners. See Terrorism

A terrorist attack took place at the Bardo museum in the centre of Tunis on 18 March. A number of people were killed, including a British national. Further attacks are possible. You should be especially vigilant at this time and follow the advice of Tunisian security authorities and your tour operator.

424,707 British nationals visited Tunisia in 2014. Most British tourists stay in the coastal resorts and most visits are trouble free.

In the resort areas, the dress code is much like any European city or tourist area. In other parts of the country you should dress more modestly. See Local Laws and Customs

Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before travelling.


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I was lucky enough to live just a short flight away from the Maldives so had the chance to visit on many occasions. When you set your heart on those crystal clear waters and pristine white sands that finding the right island to stay on is important to you. As an independent travel agent I get the chance to work with the world’s top holiday suppliers of holidays – along with the help from my friends at Kuoni, we have put the following together to help you chose which island is right for you…
When you picture your ultimate luxury escape to the Indian Ocean, you want everything just so – the way you’ve always imagined it. You may want to dive off your water villa into turquoise waters to meet the vibrant marine life beneath, you may want to be sipping a sundowner on white sands after your evening’s a la carte dining or you may want to be making waves on a dolphin watching excursion or sunset cruise. So here are 11 hand-picked Maldivian resorts, along with why you would stay on them, to answer that all important questions:
FOR DIVERS Natural, rustic and one of the friendliest resorts in the Maldives, 3* Biyadhoo is a haven for divers, with a wide range of top dive sites nearby to choose from. Its renowned PADI dive school is particularly popular, with excellent instructors ready and willing to advise you on which of the local dive sites are best suited to you and your ability. If you’re not a diver but would like to try your hand at snorkelling, the spectacular house reef has 7 different passages to explore; each offers the opportunity to get up-close to reef sharks, rays and turtles. I have to say, I have stayed on a few ECO Islands, and they are by far my favourite – basic, down to earth and people are there to embrace the wonderful natural waters that the Maldives have to offer.
FOR FOODIES Enjoy culinary delights from all over the world at 3½ * Kuredu Island Resort that’ll be sure to satisfy your appetite. Along with 4 sumptuous buffet restaurants, you can also indulge in à la carte dining, including some of the tastiest dishes in the Maldives. Choose from The Far East, with a focus on Japanese delicacies, fresh seafood at The Beach, and Mediterranean cuisine at Franco’s, with herbs and spices fresh from the island’s greenhouse. A real treat for your taste buds.
FOR THOSE WHO LIKE CHOICE A tropical paradise of palm trees, white sandy beaches and sparkling, clear turquoise waters, 4* Meeru Island Resort & Spa has one of the largest ranges of activities and facilities in the Maldives. Not content with offering as much or as little as you’d like to do, Meeru also has the most choice when it comes to accommodation – which is why so many people return each year! Available are 5 accommodation types each with their own benefits, including Garden Rooms, Beach Villas, Jacuzzi Beach Villas, Water Villas and Jacuzzi Water Villas. One thing is for certain, you won’t leave disappointed
FOR THE COCKTAIL CONNOISSEURS A top 4* Kandooma’s The Kitchen is the resort’s well-known The Deck, a cool rooftop terrace that provides the best spot on the island for an unforgettable sundowner. Sample the talented head bartender’s astonishing cocktail menu, listing some of the most delicious drinks you’ll ever try, from timeless classics to modern inventions, including the bartender’s favourite – the Bird Tail Martini. Catch the sunset, moonlight or twinkling stars in the open air and delight in an after dinner treat that you won’t be forgetting in a hurry.
FOR COUPLES WHO WANT ROMANCE If it is privacy and intimacy you’re looking for, 4* Veligandu Island Resort & Spa is perfect for a couple’s hideaway. In a secluded, peaceful and natural setting, complete with its own crystal clear lagoon, you’ll be encouraged to adopt the laid-back “no shoes, no news” bare-foot policy. This includes when walking along its glorious sandbank from which the resort takes its name – ‘Veligandu’ means sandbank in Maldivian. For added romance after your sandy stroll, dine under the stars at the Madivaru restaurant before retreating back to your spacious, thatched roof villa either on the beach or over water.
FOR FAMILIES Head to 4 * Chaaya Dhonveli from November to February and you could have the time of your life with your family in Maldivian paradise. Staying in a two-storey Garden Bungalow (only bookable through us during this time), you’ll be able to make the most of this resort’s dramatic surf break to one side of the island and its turquoise lagoon, perfect for snorkelling, on the other. With plenty to keep the kids and yourself busy, you can head to the spa, learn to dive, take on the resort’s watersports, challenge each other to a game of volleyball, table tennis or badminton, go dolphin watching or embark on an island hopping adventure!
FOR THE ULTIMATE IN WATER VILLAS Home to some of the most stylish water villas in the Maldives, 4* Diamonds Athuruga is one of the Indian Ocean’s ultra-contemporary resorts. Just like its sister island 4* Diamonds Thudufushi, its relatively new white water villas have proven to be some of the most well-maintained residences in the South Ari Atoll. With huge, open wooden decks built on stilts over the water, here you’re able to choose between sunset or sunrise views whilst being surrounded by the brightly coloured marine life of the resort’s coral garden. Don’t forget to make the most of your experience and dine in the overwater à la carte restaurant for Water Villa guests only.
AND FOR THOSE THAT WANT ULTIMATE IN LUXURY There are indeed endless Islands that offer the ultimate in luxury, the http://www.kurumba.com would certainly be on my list of doable favourites. If you stay for a week, you could eat in a different restaurant every night! The Baros Maldives, is another haven for food lovers and those that appreciate architecture, even in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The Constance Moofushi combines, luxury, stunning water villas, diving and eating all in one go – this is by far one of the most elegant ‘barefoot chic’ resorts you will see. My final choice here would be the Niyama Resort – this place really has everything – including popcorn machines in the room AND an underwater night club (accessible only to those on the island)
For any of the above resorts and of course many more, you are welcome to contact me, I am happy to come over and meet with you to discuss the many options available…
david@thetravelsnob.co.uk 07990 018 018