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Lodge Bodensee in St Anton is a former sawmill that has been lovingly converted into a super-luxurious catered ski chalet featuring an open air rooftop hot tub, massage room and sauna. Sleeping 10, its spacious bedrooms and living area make it perfect for larger groups and families.
The start of the year is a magical time to explore this island nation’s dramatic landscapes. Discover snow-covered volcanoes, geothermal springs and an abundance of waterfalls.
January marks the beginning of summer in Chile: the best season to visit Lake Pehoe and the towering granite peaks of the Torres del Paine in southern Patagonia.
Take a weekend break during the mild Catalan winter. Enjoy the art, architecture, shopping and gastronomy under sunny winter skies. With so much on offer, no wonder it’s a city-break favourite.
Set on one of the most beautiful coves in the Caribbean, Hermitage Bay is the ultimate winter escape. Island living, Antigua-style, is the perfect antidote to grey British skies and seasonal gloom.
Now you can have your cake and eat it too with a combined trip offering the ultimate beach chillout in sunny Baja California, followed by phenomenal ski action in Whistler. The perfect combination.
Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka boasts mountainous jungle terrain, vivid green tea plantations and fabulous beaches in the south and west, which are best visited in the month of March.
This celebrated seven-hour train ride from Zermatt to St Moritz takes in some of the Alps’ finest landscapes while crossing 291 bridges.
This tropical two-island country in the Caribbean is famed for its beautiful coastline, lush rainforests, historic ruins and atmospheric restored 18th-century plantation inns.
Spring has truly sprung by April in Amsterdam: tulips are in full bloom, film festivals are hosted around the city and the King’s Day celebrations wrap up a big month in the city. If you’re culturally inclined, be sure to check out the wonderful Rijksmuseum gallery.
Thailand’s New Year festival in mid-April sees the entire country turn into one big water fight, with no one, especially tourists, exempt from the watery shenanigans.
Long, sun-filled days make Western Australia a superb all-year-round destination. Activities include whale-watching, tree-top walking, snorkelling with manta rays and soaking up the rays on pristine sandy white beaches.
August is one of Rio’s winter months, but temperatures still reach around 70oF/22oC, plus there’s very little rainfall – the perfect weather for sightseeing and exploring.
Take advantage of sunny November afternoons to visit the spectacular Sierra Nevada mountain range. The Andalucian countryside offers tranquillity, seclusion and proximity to the beautiful cities of Seville, Granada and Córdoba.
With its vibrant indigenous culture, magnificent architecture and colourful handicrafts, Guatemala has something to offer throughout the year. Visit the beautiful colonial city of Antigua, the vivid blue waters of Lake Atitlán and the impressive Mayan temples of Tikal.
The Island of Eternal Spring’s warm, subtropical climate means basking on beautiful beaches can be enjoyed all year round. Explore rugged terrain, dramatic landscapes and a rich, diverse eco-system.
There’s no better month to indulge your adventurous spirit with snowy activities ranging from husky sledding to snowmobiling in a luxury Lapland hideaway. At night, kick back and watch the Northern Lights from your cosy tepee in the Arctic wilderness.
December sees the trees lit up on the Champs-Elysées, while ice-skating rinks and Christmas markets spring up all around town. Experience the beauty, romantic atmosphere and rich cultural scenes in a winter-wonderland Paris.
Just a 90-minute flight from Johannesburg, the Madikwe Game Reserve offers the perfect introduction to the African bush for the family. The 75,000-acre reserve’s diverse geology and range of habitats makes it home to a huge variety of wildlife.