Enjoy magnificent city views from Kings Park, Whale watching (July-October) near King George Sound, Craft markets in Fremantle, Wild coastal scenery and excellent wineries in Margaret River, Stunning reefs at Ningaloo Marine Park, Experience the harsh desert beauty of the Kimberley, Visit the eerie Pinnacles desert, The fascinating marine life of the Shark Bay Area – logger head turtles, dugongs, and dolphins.
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A romantic all-inclusive west coast resort.
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Fiji CapitalSuvaAirportNadi International AirportCurrencyFijian Dollars (£1 = 3 Fijian dollars)Size850 islands scattered across an area of the Pacific measuring roughly 370 miles by 220 milesPopulation850, 000Average temperaturesTemperatures range from 26C to 31C year-round
French PolynesiaCapitalPape’eteAirportFaa’a International Airport, three miles west of Papeete on TahitiCurrencyComptoirs Francais du Pacifique Francs (£1=137.25 Francs)Size130 islands spread across 965,255 sq miles of the PacificPopulation267,000Average temperatureYear-round average temperatures in the low- to mid-80s
Sydney, Melbourne, Perth are the main gateways
CurrencyAustralian dollarThe climateAustralia’s
size results in a variable climate. The expansive interior is hot
throughout the year but can often be very cold at night. The southern
third of the country enjoys warm summers (December – March) and mild
winters (June – August), although there are extremes of this, such as in
the alpine country of New South Wales and Victoria where winters are a
lot colder. The far north of the country has just two seasons because of
its position on the monsoon belt – hot and wet, and hot and dry.
CapitalWellingtonAirportsInternational gateways are Auckland and Christchurch. Most other towns and cities have airports for domestic flights.CurrencyNew Zealand dollarClimate New Zealand enjoys a maritime climate, which explains partly the lush vegetation and the rich pastures, but also makes it very changeable. It is subject to prevailing winds from west to east although most rain falls in winter (June to August) and the summer months (December to March) are generally drier. The southern and western parts of the country are wetter than the northern and the eastern parts. On top of this longitude and altitude plays a role, with the northern part of the North Island enjoying an almost ‘winter-free’ year and being subtropical.
Italian garden holidays and tours for individuals and small groups
Rail holidays and train journeys, tailor-made.
Visit our selection of tailor-made family holidays to selected hotels and resorts around the world.
Rejuvenating, relaxing, refreshing, good for the body and the soul; spa and well-being worldwide
Tailor-made honeymoons and weddings abroad to personally-selected hotels and resorts.
Our selection of authentic experience and special interest holidays.
Luxury tours for individuals around the world
Tailor-made cookery holidays in Italy
This 15-night Wine Country Tour is a fas
British Airways will be flying to the Caribbean more frequently
Celebrity chef will be in residence at Cobblers Cove in January 2014
Discover the Gardens and Villas of the Veneto in 2014
Follow in the footsteps of Inspector Montalbano, the fictional Sicilian detective
Beachfront hotel voted ‘best of the best’ in Conde Nast Traveller’s awards
Escape to the Caribbean in February and March to enjoy the England cricket tour
Cycling, Surfing, Walking and Yoga weeks on the Algarve this autumn
Our Families Specialist reports on her trip to Borgo Egnazia