December marks celebration, with Christmas and New Year both promising days away from your desk and plenty of feasting, why not go the extra mile and get festive in the sunshine. America, and New York in particular, is a delightful Christmas location, with the windows of fifth avenue lit up and the giant Christmas tree and ice rink at the Rockafella centre not quite reaching the dizzying heights of the Empire State Building, it's impossible to not get into the festive spirit here! If you're set on a sunny Christmas then you may be the perfect partner for the Caribbean, where the summer season has begun and long, warm days and majestic evening sunsets can be enjoyed just steps from your room. Asia is also a contender with the vine-clad temples of Cambodia and the ancient monuments, the streets are alive with culture and buzz while the beaches invite the perfect restbite. Bali too, has its own share of warm seas and delicious cuisine to get you through to the New Year in a flurry of colour, culture and comfort. Make sure you call one of our specialists for tips and advice on where to go on holiday in December.
New York in December is a truly magical affair, from the larger than life Christmas tree at the Rockefeller Centre surrounded by its very own iconic ice rink, to the spectacular window displays on Fifth Avenue and the carol singing. A joyful spirit is mandatory here during the festive season, although it would be hard not to be as you pick up a famous New York bagel after picking up some presents, or strolling through Central Park with a mulled wine. Indulge your inner child on the giant keyboard at FAO Schwartz or at Macy’s extravagant Santaland, or meander down to the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx to see one of New Yorks best known Christmas attractions, the Holiday Train Show. Aside from all this extra festive goodness, all the usual attractions are still open for business, minus the huge crowds that flock in the summer. All the excitement, less of the fuss on a December holiday in New York.Average Temperature:
Cambodia used to be reserved for only the most hardened of adventurers but now us lesser mortals can enjoy all this country has to offer too, particular in December when the hot climate comes as a welcome break from the rain hitting our windows back home. A majestic land of ancient temples, a colourful culture and fascinating history, sandy beaches and intriguing forests, Cambodia is a blend of old, new, exciting and relaxing; a perfect winter break. Marvel at the Angkor temple, surrounded by jungle, this stunning site epitomises the mystery and beauty this country offers. Laid back charm, sleepy villages, breath taking national parks and beauty in abundance, uncover Cambodia’s secrets.Average Temperature:
December is one of the best times to travel to St Barts, come snow, rain or worse in England, it’s always sunny on this Caribbean island. Only eight miles long, all the things you love about France have been compacted and transferred to this island haven, expect French influences round every corner (or sun lounger), including some delicious French fare. Straight from a postcard, this stylish holiday destination combines a relaxed atmosphere, with peaceful beaches and luxurious shopping and culinary experiences. Get used to the Creole charm of this French West Indies island, known as ‘the rich man’s playground’, small in size but big in heart, you’ll be able to see straight away why regulars can’t keep away. Average Temperature: