Great getaways: From a Moroccan adventure to Croatia's southern Adriatic coast
Monday 31 March 2014
Spend three nights in three tents on a Moroccan adventure. The
Fleewinter deal includes transfers from Marrakech airport to
Jardins d'issil, for a night in an Arabian-style caidal. Next,
you'll head to the Atlas Mountains for a guided hike and a night in
a basic A-frame, with lunch and dinner. Finally, you'll pull up to
Richard Branson's Kasbah Tamadot, to sleep in a luxury tented
suite. The trip can start any time in April for £555pp with B&B
and transfers, but not flights (fleewinter.com).
For the ultimate Easter indulgence, check into the Boucan by Hotel Chocolat resort on Saint Lucia. Set on the island's oldest plantation, with views of the Pitons, it offers chocolate-infused dishes and cocoa-based spa treatments. British Airways has a package that departs on 16 or 20 April, with flights from Gatwick and a seven-night B&B stay for £1,669pp (ba.com).
If you're on a budget, easyJet Holidays has a week in Plat, on Croatia's southern Adriatic coast, for £280pp. The deal departs on 7 May with flights from Stansted and includes a B&B stay at the Villas Plat, located on the grounds of Hotel Orphee, with a pathway that leads to the beach. Dubrovnik is a short drive away (holidays.easyjet.com).
Virgin Holidays has a nine-day tour of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula that departs on 3 May. The price of £1,675pp includes flights from Gatwick, hotels and sightseeing in Cancun, Tulum, Bacalar, Campeche, Mérida and a range of Mayan sites (virginholidays.com).
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