Following the Indian summer we all enjoyed last week British Airways have launched a range of winter sun packages designed to help us escape the cold, dark winter nights, which are available to book until October 18th.
Destinations include: Barbados, Bermuda, Cancun, Grenada, Saint Lucia, St Kitts, Tobago, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando, San Diego, St Pete’s and Clearwater, Tampa. If you’re looking for destinations closer to home holidays are available in Faro, Marrakech and Malaga. All will be available on various departure details until March 31st 2012.
BA.com have chosen to display average temperatures for these locations to get travellers in the mood to escape for some winter sun; along with live weather feeds for adverts and press releases will include weather forecasts.
During the winter months the Caribbean reaches a sizzling 32°C a range of seven night packages are available in Barbados to suit every traveller. The eco-friendly 3* Coconut Court Beach hotel offers excellent beachfront views and great value for money whereas the 3.5* all-inclusive Island Inn is a great hotel for those who don’t want to worry about spending money on holiday.
St Lucia is another stunning destination on offer this winter; the island is packed with palm-fringed beaches, towering volcanic Pitons and lush rainforests.
Heading to Mexico couldn’t be easier this winter with non-stop flights to Cancun, which will run three times a week. One hotel included is the all-inclusive 4.5* Occidental Grand Xcaret on the River Maya which is located close to the eco-archeological Xcaret Park.
For families head across to the US for some much needed fun in the sun with holidays in Orlando, the 3* Ramada Hotel Gateway in Kissimmee is a prime location situated near the theme parks. Alternatively get close to the action at the Disneyland Resort in Los Angeles with three night breaks available.
Short breaks closer to home are available in Marrakech where you can explore culture in the sun. Great value fly-drive packages are available to Malaga, a perfect location for those after a sun filled golfing break.
Article by Charlotte Greenhalgh