Have you ever seen Lapland in spring? Well we have quite a few times, so you can trust us when we say that it's well worth a visit.
Flung far into the Atlantic, the Portugese islands of the Azores enjoy balmy temperatures and kind weather year-round. In March, spring is already underway, the crowds have not yet gathered and sun shines over the blossoming hydrangeas. Perfect for walking and island-hopping, this volcanic archipelago boasts astounding scenery and pristine, dramatic landscapes formed by tectonic activity and each island has its own individual character worthy of being explored.
Caressing the eastern coast of Indochina, Vietnam has a reputation for being stepped in history and bursting with colour. Uncover the secrets of one of the world's slimmest countries, where you'll discover a region of boundless charm, fascinating history and beautiful natural scenery. Sail around stunning Halong Bay in a traditional wooden junk boat, wander vibrant terraced rice fields and explore bustling Hanoi and Hoi An. Oh, and then there's the cuisine..
Finland’s northernmost province of Lapland is an Arctic playground where the resident reindeers outnumber the people. Family memories are made here - visiting Santa Claus at his official home in Rovaniemi, staying in an ice hotel, mushing through the snow on a traditional dog sled or dashing through the glittering landscape on an adrenaline-packed snowmobile safari. With a winter that lasts around 200 days, the northern lights can be seen painting ribbons of colour across the sky from late August until mid-April. Wrap up warm and hunt for them on an evening reindeer sled safari or lie back in your glass-domed igloo and watch the starry night sky from the comfort of your own bed.