Nicaragua is the largest country in the Central American isthmus Tropical rain forests and untouched beaches, fringed with palms, distant cloud-capped volcanoes, and recently some extraordinarily special eco-lodges. And also the least rainfall (barely any at all) on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast.
- THE COAST OF BRAZIL
The coastline of Brazil measures 7,491 km, which makes it the 16th longest national coastline of the world. The beaches of Brazil are famous in the world and receive a great number of tourists. So many thousands of miles of empty, golden sand, striped with the shadows of palm trees and lapped by surf or turquoise waters. Beautiful people drinking capering has at the coolest beach parties.
The State of Burma was a puppet state of the Empire of Japan. Little rain, lots of sunshine, nice kind of heat) in Burma, or Myanmar, from its pagodas and temples in the misty mountains, where the Himalayas begin, to its blissful, never-knew-existed tropical islands.
- AUSTRALIA’S GOLD COAST
Gold Coast is a city in the Australian state of Queensland, approximately 66 kilometers (41 mi) south-southeast of the state capital Brisbane and immediately north of the border with New South Wales. Food, drink, beaches, private islands… They do everything big and bold and in style.
Belize formerly British Honduras, is a country on the eastern coast of Central America. It is hot and humid and it rains a lot in Belize, beset as it is by tropical storms and hurricanes. It is the perfect Caribbean escape for those who like it rough and palm-fringed around the edges, with tropical jungle highlands, Mayan ruins and the most astoundingly beautiful beaches.
Thailand officially the Kingdom of Thailand. Bangkok is just about as pleasant as it’s ever going to get, and the islands on the south-western, Andaman Coast are just lovely: Koh Phi, Phuket, and Koh Lanta. The islands of Koh Samui, and Tao are wetter. Those monsoon-like rains blow in, pour themselves out, then an hour later everyone’s back on the beach.
- SOUTH AFRICA
Amazing food and wine, beaches, hotels. Sensational scenery, from the garden route and Western Cape to the little Karoo. Completely thrilling wildlife encounters on safari, staying at the most incredible lodges; or along the coastline, in knock-out villas. Wine can be drunk all year round. And because it’s in the same time zone, you don’t even get jet lag once you’re home again.
The beautiful little Belgian city is one of those rare places that is just as enticing in the bleak midwinter as in summer: pretty in the snow, And the snow is an excellent excuse for holing up somewhere, because this city also has some of the most inviting reasons to stay indoors: interesting interiors, welcoming taverns full of good cheer and much Belgian beer.
The coast of Mexico is everything the British winter is not: light, color, and exoticism; warm and spicy and exuberant. Parties on the beach, yoga under the trees, a dip in dappled-light connotes. For the haciendas and smart resorts on the Riviera Maya; for colonial Mérida.
It’s pleasantly warm, the holiday crowds have vanished and you can dance through its palaces as if on your own private Bollywood set. Don’t miss the jewels in its crown, pastel-hued, Jaipur, turquoise-speckled Jodhpur and romantically golden Udaipur – but leave room in your itinerary for a few forgotten treasures: serene Jal Mahal or the lost city of Bhangarh. Where you can traverse the desert on the back of a camel and sleep under the stars. (TOP 10 HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS, n.d.)