An Easter Travel Guide, Helping you to decide Where you might go, What you might do and What you need to remember on your Travels.
Long Haul Edition
Posted in General Travel Insurance Easter, Easter Travel, Travel Destinations, Travel Guide on 29 March 2022
If you happened to miss the news, travel restrictions for the UK officially ended on the 18th of March 2022, so now is the perfect time to get away and enjoy a holiday (or two!). Here at Able2Travel Travel Insurance we wanted to give you all the information you need to travel with confidence this Easter. Whether you were wanting to get far away from the UK, travel abroad but stay a little bit closer to home or would prefer to stay in the UK, we have put together a series of articles to help you decide on your travel plans this Easter. We have also written a helpful “Things to Remember When Travelling This Easter” guide for you!
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Long haul adventures
We have got a plethora of options for you to consider if you were looking to travel further afield from the UK this Easter, starting with the Caribbean.
Currently, the Caribbean is nearing the end of peak season, so you are near-guaranteed fine weather, whether you choose to visit Antigua, Barbados, Jamaica, St Lucia or any of the other Caribbean states, the choice is yours! One thing that is certainly popular here is chartering boats. By chartering a boat, you will be able to sail the seas and see the incredible coastlines from a new perspective. You may be lucky enough to see some hidden beaches and caves on your excursion that are only accessible from the water...
Maybe you would rather head east and see what Dubai has to offer this Easter. For instance, if you are looking for a thrill, you could speed through the desert on a 4x4 safari, or, if you are a sun worshipper, simply enjoy the beaches in the divine Dubai heat. Whether it is bucket list activities, or a holiday centred around relaxation, you will be able to do it all in Dubai. With iconic hotels, huge malls, one of the world’s largest aquariums, indoor theme parks and an underwater zoo, we are sure you will have an amazing time!
Have you ever considered Morocco as a holiday destination? Located just south of Spain, at the top of the African peninsula, this gem will offer you a wealth of culture. You could spend your day exploring the famous markets in Marrakesh where you can walk through the maze of streets and find all manner of things for sale, such as pottery, jewellery, and rugs to name a few. At some point on your adventure, you are sure to come across some incredible street performers, such as snake charmers or fortune tellers and if you fancy venturing outside of the city walls then you can take a hot air balloon ride over the city (Make sure you find a reputable company for this) or ride camels through the desert.
Similarly, Hawaii is another tremendous choice if you were wanting to travel far away from the UK this Easter. The Aloha state is made up of several islands, namely Oahu, Maui, and the island of Hawaii and the state is famed for its rich culture, volcanic landscapes, and palm tree laden beaches. Hawaii is by anyone’s definition, a bucket list destination and one that will make everyone you know envious when they see your holiday pictures!
Are you a vintage car enthusiast? If you are then there is no better place to explore than Cuba. Be sure to take a trip around Havana in a Vintage car and be in awe of the French Colonial architecture you drive past. For those of you old enough to, you can enjoy some Cuban Cigars in their natural home. Afterwards, be sure to relax on the beaches of Playa Blanca or see the sea turtle conservation farm which is a popular sea turtle nesting site!
We hope wherever you choose to go and whatever you decide to do this Easter, that you have a wonderful time and enjoy finally being able to travel again!
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