The rain can sometimes feel like an endless patter of cold drizzle and windows dripping with condensation. The beautiful English countryside becomes swathes of mud and summer beaches become windswept scenes of grey desolation. The early darkness is lit with the sparkle of Christmas lights and the promise of getting home to mugs of tea or hot chocolate.
December coziness is a real treat but when the warmth peters out into damp January, it can be hard to imagine the sun will ever return…
This is the time to escape…head out to what seems to be another world…one of skies of clear deep blue and sand between your toes. Feel warm water lap around your ankles and let your muscles soften in the long-sought warmth of the sun…
A stay at this lodge, surrounded by the sounds of nature and brilliantly colourful flora, will leave you feeling truly immersed in a wondrous wildlife adventure. A rich and daring respite from the mechanic and mundane routine of your everyday life, a stay at Tranquilseas will leave you will be left with a renewed lease of life.
One of National Geographic’s ‘Unique Lodges of the World’, Lapa Rios Ecolodge is more than just a resort; a world-renowned model ecotourism project, a pioneer in sustainable tourism, and a haven of peace and tranquillity in nature, Lapa Rios Ecolodge offers the perfect, authentic, rainforest retreat.
A supernatural vibe makes Kaya Mawa like nowhere else on earth. Visit this spectacular destination hidden away on Likoma Island in Lake Malawi where you will be embraced by the warmth and hospitality of the enchanting Malawian staff. Find yourself showering under the stars, or taking a midnight dip in your private pool. At Kaya Mawa you will enjoy timeless luxury and only the best of modern conveniences. Here, each one of the eleven rooms is unique, from secret decks for some time in the sun, to secluded chalets with stunning views of the nearby lake.
Fancy waking up to the sounds of birds and the chattering of monkeys? Well, at the Cotton Tree Lodge in Belize you can do just that. Under the shade of a giant cotton tree, beside a peaceful flowing river, this jungle lodge is the perfect place to get in touch with all the nature and adventure that Central America has to offer. For animal spotters, choose the Jungle Cabana with a balcony where you can often see howler monkeys and exotic birds. Want a change? Sleep on water in the Boat Cabana, which has a 360-degree view of the jungle.
Located on a coral cay at the southern tip of the vibrant Great Barrier Reef, this eco-resort is a paradise for nature lovers – especially fans of marine life! Lady Elliot Island lies within a Marine National Park ‘Green Zone’ and is teeming with undisturbed and diverse wildlife. Lady Elliot Eco Resort provides the perfect base for your stay in this magnificent location. There are five different types of accommodation offering something for everyone, including Reef Units boasting polished timber floors, low-key but comfortable Eco Cabins, and beachfront Island Suites.