Club a weekend together with an off day, or simply take a week off, or take off with your family during your children's school spring break or it is you and your partner spending that quality time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There is no better time to take a break from the everyday routine than this beautiful, amazing springtime.
Some exclusive destinations which can add spice to your spring holiday are,
An island in Indonesia, Bali is also known as the famed Island of the Gods. Located towards the south of the Indonesia archipelago, Bali is one of the 33 provinces of the Republic of Indonesia, the largest archipelagic country in the world. Hills and mountains, scenic coastlines and vast beaches, rice terraces add to the spiritual culture of this place. Bali has something to offer to everyone, from young back-packers right through to luxury travellers.
Mauritius, in the Indian Ocean enchants you with a contrast of colours, cultures and tastes. An unmatched tropical holiday destination, Mauritius welcomes you with its white beaches, protected by beautiful coral reef barrier surrounding almost all of its coastline, with the exception of the southern end. The east coast though has some good beaches too like Blue Bay with its marine reserve and the Belle Mare beach.
The tourist paradise of Kerala, or Keralam is a coastal state in the south-west region of India. A myriad of geographical features, with the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats in the east and lush green landscape, criss crossed by 44 rivers make you want to come back here again and again.
Thinking of sea, sun and sand this spring, Phuket is then the place for you. This island which was once known as the hub of regional maritime trade and with a history into mining is today a prime tourist destination. A rich culture and enthnicity, with Sino-Portuguese architecture add to the pristine natural beauty of Phuket. Phuket is located approximately 862 kilometres south of Bangkok.
5. Sri Lanka
The tropical island nation of Sri Lanka is in the Indian Ocean in South Asia is a historical land. Other names by which Sri Lanka has been known are Serendib, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Taprobane and Ceylon. This is the land where Buddhism in its old world glory can be experienced alongwith gorgeous landscapes and beaches.