Guest Post | Holidays in Paradise

Sunday, January 27, 2013Ryan Mach

There comes a time - whether it’s for a honeymoon, anniversary or just because - that everyone feels the need to push the boat out and enjoy something seriously special. A holiday in paradise comes in many different forms. Perhaps it’s sailing the seven seas on-board a luxury yacht; maybe it’s exploring the wilds of the Canadian Rockies and staying in cozy lodges. Or perhaps it means sinking your toes into powder-soft sands and soaking up some warm Caribbean sun.

If that sounds like your idea of heaven, then you’ll be simply spoilt for choice with the range of luxury holidays on offer. Take Cuba for instance. This fabulous island serves up a delectable slice of Caribbean life that’s as far removed from the stresses and strains of the daily grind as you can get. All inclusive Cuba holidays are perfect for those that like to relax with food and drink provided on-tap. These hotels make up the bulk of package holiday accommodation on the island, but you can also find half board or bed and breakfast options if you prefer to eat out or spend days away from the hotel.

Taking a package option is certainly the easiest way to jet off to paradise. For instance, holidays with Thomas Cook include return flights, nightly accommodation and local transport to the hotel. You’ll also get the services of a locally based holiday representative who will happily provide advice and guidance on how to make the most out of your holiday.

If you don’t fancy an off-the-shelf style of holiday, you can go one step further by planning your own special trip to paradise. Most tour operators will help you to book a bespoke holiday by tailoring the flights and arrangements to suit your wish list. For instance, why stay in Cuba for two weeks when you could spread your time across half a dozen Caribbean islands? It’s just one more way to enjoy a holiday in paradise and take home many wonderful memories that you’ll never forget.

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