The summer, such as it was, may have come to an end in the UK, but this doesn’t mean you have to be deprived of sunshine and warmth over coming months. Like a lot of people, you might opt to jet off to warmer climes to enjoy winter holidays.
There’s something satisfying about soaking up the sun on sandy beaches abroad while knowing the weather in Britain is almost certainly cold, damp and miserable. Also, vacations like this can perk you up and give you a much-needed winter vitamin D boost. To ensure that your foreign adventures start and end in style, it may be a good idea to book Gatwick Airport transfers.
Plenty of inspiration
If you’re stuck for ideas when it comes to holiday destinations, you can rest assured there is plenty of inspiration to be found online. For example, writing in the Independent recently, Kate Simon suggested a host of winter getaways that may take your fancy.
A walk on the wild side
The journalist noted there are plenty of “wild wonders” for you to explore. For example, regular flights now operate in Uganda between Entebbe and the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to take you to the last refuge of the mountain gorilla.
Meanwhile, you might prefer a trip to Vietnam. Ms Simon pointed to special excursions that explore this “emerging tourist destination” through its wildlife.
A trip of a lifetime
Another option at this time of year is a trip to Australia and/or New Zealand. The writer noted that winter is “peak season for trips to this far-flung corner of the globe” and she claimed that a holiday to either country, or both, is “likely to be the trip of a lifetime”.
You may want to combine an adventure to Oz with Margaret River’s first food festival, which runs from November 22nd to 25th and features wine tastings, cooking master classes and appearances by top chefs including the likes of our very own Heston Blumenthal.
Complete luxury in the Caribbean
The Caribbean has come to represent complete luxury and indulgence among holidaymakers and it’s not hard to see why. The sun-kissed white sands, blue skies and beautiful hotels have helped to mark this part of the world out.
Meanwhile, if you’re crafty, you can get some “good-value deals”, according to Ms Simon. It’s also possible to fly direct from Gatwick, meaning you may also want to arrange a Gatwick Airport taxi.
Rather than visiting one destination, you might opt to make the most of a little island hopping. The journalist pointed out that there are fly-cruises available that visit up to ten islands.
How we can help
If any of these breaks pique your interest, or you have something else in mind, now’s the perfect time to book your Gatwick Airport transfers. By getting this out of the way, you can concentrate on arranging any other details, like stocking up on clothes for your vacation.
Here at Airport Cars UK we offer airport transfers to and from all UK towns and cities. So, whether you’re looking for a Gatwick Airport taxi or another service, we should be able to help.