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If you know you want to get away in December, but you’re not sure what your options are, read on to discover our top suggestions for the month, or alternatively scroll down for a range of destinations which are ideal for visiting at this time of year.

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Rwanda – a popular time to visit thanks to the drier weather across the country, the warm, sunny conditions making it a pleasure to track gorillas and indulge in myriad outdoor activities across the country.

Laos – the perfect time to take a trip on the mighty Mekong and take in the magnificent life on the river bank with dry and warm weather throughout the country providing the ideal conditions for trekking in Muang La & Phongsali, and caving and rock-climbing in Vang Vieng.

Australia – for the ultimate New Year celebration, the Sydney Fireworks are hard to beat. The infamous festivities boast one of the world’s most iconic displays set to theatrical music and can be viewed from any number of spots dotted around the exquisite Sydney Harbour.

Sri Lanka – with the southwest monsoon over, explore the charming town of Galle and its surrounding coast line in glorious conditions and indulge in the wildlife of Yala before heading the Tea Country and Cultural Triangle to complete the essential circuit of Ceylon.

Zambia – Hailed as the Green Season, while rains fall regularly the bush is becomes dense with sparking emerald foliage offering beautiful scenery and a plethora of migratory birds making this a popular time with walkers and birdwatchers.

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Our Picks for December

Ethiopia

Ethiopia is all about its people, its history and traditions, and its breathtaking scenery. As one of the oldest nations in the world, and home to the second largest nation of people in Africa, Ethiopia is an excellent country from which to gain real insight into African history and culture.
take me to Ethiopia

Uganda

By African standards, Uganda is a postage stamp-size country, roughly the size of Great Britain, sandwiched between Kenya, Rwanda, Congo, Sudan and Tanzania.
take me to Uganda

Kenya

Kenya is widely regarded as the home of the safari. Steeped in tradition and fame it was Ernest Hemingway who immortalised the safari experience (although sporting and not photographic), and Joy Adamson was among the group of expatriates in the 1960s and 1970s whose endeavours to conserve African wildlife captured the world’s attention. The writings of Karen Blixen, and the adaptation of her classic book “Out of Africa” into a motion picture helped establish Kenya as the great iconic safari destination of the modern era.
take me to Kenya

Brazil

It is almost impossible not to fall in love with the colour and culture of this vibrant country. This is the place to come when you need a reminder that it’s the simple things in life that make us truly happy. The gentle beat of samba music; fresh fish pulled straight from the ocean and onto your plate (eaten with your fingers); warm, white sand under bare feet on an abandoned beach – no fancy deckchairs just you and the crashing waves of the Atlantic.
take me to Brazil

Tanzania

With highlights such as Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar, Tanzania is, for many, the ultimate safari destination. With National Parks and game reserves covering some 33,660 sq kms or 28% of the country, Tanzania has more land devoted to wildlife than anywhere else in the world.
take me to Tanzania

Rwanda

A tiny, landlocked republic in Equatorial Africa, Rwanda lies on the eastern rim of the Albertine Rift and the watershed between Africa’s two largest river systems: the Nile and the Congo.
take me to Rwanda

South Africa

Historically, South Africa was the pariah of the world under its infamous apartheid regime, but caught the imagination of all with Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in 1991, followed by the peaceful, first democratic elections in 1994. Since then, it has become one of the top travel destinations in the world, blending elements of both ‘Africa of old’ with modernity.
take me to South Africa

Zambia

Zambia is mainly situated on a vast plateau 3,000m above sea level, and boasts the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa rivers – as well as one of the largest waterfalls in the world, the Victoria Falls, which it shares with neighbouring Zimbabwe.
take me to Zambia

Cambodia

Cambodia captivates travellers with its history, heritage, wealth of timeless monuments and charming people who are delighted to share their unique culture with its visitors.
take me to Cambodia

Laos

Possessing an immensely peaceful and easy-going atmosphere, Laos is an undiscovered gem of South-East Asia.
take me to Laos

Malaysia

Malaysia is a destination full of surprises. A bustling melting pot of traditions and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups influence its rich and vibrant culture.
take me to Malaysia

Myanmar

Myanmar is slowly beginning to open up to luxury tourism, and a handful of stylish boats and properties now allow travellers to access remote corners of this enigmatic country without the need to sacrifice on comfort. Travelling here is a true adventure back in time.
take me to Myanmar

Thailand

Far more than its celebrated idealistic beaches, Thailand is known as The Land of Smiles thanks to its warm people. This mythical nation accommodates a diverse assortment of ancient temples; buzzing, frenetic cities and its infamous cuisine.
take me to Thailand

Oman

With breathtaking scenery, excellent hospitality and impeccable service, the Sultanate of Oman is an ideal option for holidays of all types.
take me to Oman

United Arab Emirates

A destination of unparalleled diversity with a variety of exciting attractions to discover, the UAE is an ideal setting for cultural and active pursuits.
take me to United Arab Emirates

Maldives

The Maldives, located in the Indian Ocean and with Sri Lanka and India as its closest neighbours, means ‘garland of islands’ in the local language Dhivedi.
take me to Maldives

India

Not so much a country as a continent, India is an assault on the senses: spices, colours, palaces, temples, bustle and a magic hard to articulate. India is the sort of place you dream of visiting but with only limited time, where do you start?
take me to India

Sri Lanka

Magnificent, verdant and often overlooked, Sri Lanka takes shelter just to the South-East of India and its relationship with its neighbours in Tamil Nadu is well documented.
take me to Sri Lanka

Tasmania

Tasmania was the last part of the Australian continent to separate from the great southern landmass of Gondwana 45 million years ago.  This, together with 10,000 years of isolation from mainland Australia, has resulted in Tasmania’s environment being significantly different to the rest of the country.
take me to Tasmania

Victoria

Melbourne offers the traveller a year round program of festivals, major art exhibitions and theatrical events.
take me to Victoria

New South Wales

For many travellers Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, is the starting point of their Australian experience. Sydney is a vibrant multi-cultural city that hugs the shores of a very beautiful harbour, making sightseeing by private yacht, launch or even on a ferry a particular pleasure.
take me to New South Wales

New Zealand

New Zealand is a small country, similar in size to Great Britain or Japan and with a population of only four million, it’s also gloriously uncrowded.
take me to New Zealand

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