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Plan a True Tropical Getaway

The best destinations for a tropical holiday might not be easy to reach, but do they ever offer rewards in terms of sun, relaxation, and total luxury.

The Best Destinations for a Tropical Holiday

Sunshine, cocktails, and endless white sand. If that sounds like heaven to you, a tropical getaway might be just what you're looking for. Tropical holidays boast stunning natural scenery, luxurious holiday resorts, and tons of opportunities for fun outdoor activities, such as jet-skiing, shark-diving, hiking trails, and more.

  • Bali, Indonesia

    Bali is one of the most popular tropical travel destinations in the world, and for good reason. With glittering blue seas and golden beaches, Bali truly is a holidaymakers' paradise in the heart of Indonesia. If you're looking for more than just a relaxing retreat, Bali also plenty to do, from seeing ancient temples to water sports and hiking to stunning waterfalls. Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida Island has been dubbed the most beautiful spot in Bali, and is for sure worth checking out.

  • The Republic of Maldives

    The Republic of Maldives is a small island nation in South Asia, and is a dream destination for many planning a tropical getaway. Take an island-hopping tour to visit local Maldivian communities and explore the islands beyond the bounds of your resort. The Maldives is also a premier surfing destination, and attracts top-class surfers from around the world. If your surfing skills aren't up to scratch yet, then don't fret-paddle-boarding is also a popular activity in the warm crystal waters of the Indian Ocean.

  • Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    Bora Bora is a small Polynesian island in the South Pacific Ocean, and is well-known for its scuba diving opportunities and luxury holiday resorts. While there are a host of places to relax on this island paradise, there are also plenty of ways to explore, whether you're looking to keep little ones busy, or just want to make the most of your trip. Snorkeling is a great activity to see some impressive underwater sights, and the clear blue waters are also a great place to go deep-water scuba diving for more experienced divers.

  • Maui, Hawaii

    Maui is the second-largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, and boasts miles of golden beaches and a variety of activities for travellers of all ages and interests. Haleakala National Park is the most picturesque spot in Maui, and is home to a massive dormant volcano known as Haleakala, which covers more than 75% of the island's terrain. The summit of Haleakala stands at an impressive 10,000ft above sea level, and the park is also home to a range of hiking trails that lead you through the sub-tropical rain forest. If you're looking to splash out and treat yourself in Maui, check out the helicopter tours on offer across the island, to experience the island's breathtaking landscapes from the air.

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