Tuesday, 29 October 2013

TC5 Paradise Shores

Paradise Shores

If you're looking for a holiday that could quite easily epitomise 'paradise', you're never short of possibilities. And thanks to the many thousands of package holidays out there, courtesy of tour operators and travel agents that go the extra mile to bring you something special, there's almost always a great deal or a special offer to help make your trip that little bit sweeter. One of the best places to start is with a tour operator like thomascook.com - they offer all sorts of wonderful getaways and advertise regular deals too. And when you choose a package break, you can travel safe in the knowledge that all the travel essentials are taken care of - leaving you to get on with enjoying your holiday.

A favourite of sun-seekers the world over, the Caribbean regularly ranks highly among holidaymakers' list of best places to visit. It's got the looks, the laid-back vibe, the beaches, and it's versatile too. Take Mexico's Caribbean Coast for instance. It's got all the vibrant beach resorts and knock-out coastlines that have become synonymous with Caribbean holidays, but it's also got stacks of heritage and a fascinating culture too. One visit to the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, or a trip to the temples at Tulum, and you'll soon see what we mean.

This barefoot paradise is achingly beautiful, and one that never fails to sweep visitors off their feet. Made up of hundreds of different coral islands, these incredible atolls serve up a spectacular landscape of white powder-soft sands, waters of every shade of blue and green, and glorious rustling palms. It certainly ticks the 'paradise' box.

Head to Mauritius and experience a melting pot of different cultures, as Chinese, Indian, French and Creole influences are evident in everything from the delicious food to the local languages. A stunning haven of craggy peaks, lush greenery and glorious coastlines, Mauritius is certainly a paradise holiday destination to add to your 'must-go' list.

*In collaboration with Catherine.