Escape the cold weather and find the best top winter sun destinations to top up your Vitamin D
It is time to start planning that winter holiday now to ensure you do not become one of the unfortunate people to be down in the dumps this winter.
So without further ado, here is our rundown of the best winter sun holidays and destinations you should be thinking of escaping to in the coming months.
The Cotton House, Mustique
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Situated on Mustique, the exquisite Cotton House is the sole full-service hotel on this exclusive Caribbean island. Originally a cotton warehouse, it was transformed by Oliver Messel in 1968 into the island’s social hub. With 17 villa-style accommodations, guests enjoy a blend of laid-back island vibes and world-class boutique hotel amenities.
Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives
The Maldives peak season is from December onwards. You will find the best weather in the Maldives from December until April and this is a place you can enjoy those iconic over-water villas and bungalows precisely positioned over the Indian Ocean. If you are a gay or lesbian couple worried about travelling to the Maldives, then do read our blog on the reality vs. the law of travelling as a gay couple in the Maldives.
Australia, Australia, Australia
The southern hemisphere in British winter is the place to be. Look at a luxury itinerary to Australia and enjoy the fun of hitting Bondi Beach in the height of summer and venturing to the outback to witness sunrise over Ayers Rock (Uluru). And if you are looking for something a little unique, why not think about spending Christmas on the beach and New Year in Sydney Harbour watching its famous bridge fireworks at Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.