Three months into the new year and you’re already itching for another holiday? March is the perfect month to pack your bags and fly off to a new destination, as school holidays end and peak season prices drop. If you’re in need of inspiration on where to go next, continue reading and hopefully these recommendations will give you the extra push to book your flights! We’ve got your airport parking covered.
Experience a trip of a life time by visiting India in March. Not only will you experience a labyrinth of unknown culture and food that will make your taste buds jump for joy but you will be able to experience the annual celebration of Holi, one of the biggest celebrations in India. Holi also known as “The Festival of Colour” commemorates the victory of good over evil and signifies the beginning of the abundant harvesting season of spring. People spend the day smearing coloured powder across the faces and bodies of family and friends, splashing each other with coloured water, partying on the street, and playing live music. Hot tip: wear old clothes that you don’t mind ruining and please remain calm if someone throws colours at you, this is how this holiday is celebrated. Enjoy yourself, throw some back!
If you’re looking for a beach holiday, a culture shock experience or a thrill-seeking adventure, look no further, Vietnam is the place for all these things and more. While most South-East Asian countries experience hot and humid climate all year round, the temperature becomes ideal in March. Warm weather and blue skies, perfect beach conditions for south and central regions of Vietnam and for those adventurous folk, the highlands and mountains are idyllic as the environment is cool and the tracks are dry. Don’t forget to keep your energy up by fueling up at a street-side restaurant, and trying one of the most famous noodle soups dishes in Vietnam, Pho.
Las Vegas, USA
The city of Las Vegas is filled with bright lights, 24/7 casinos, endless entertainment but is situated within the Mojave Desert, therefore making it unbearably hot for the better half of the year. March is one of the best months to visit this oasis, as it’s just coming out of winter and the weather has yet to reach its peak temperature, an ideal time to venture around the strip without getting heatstroke and a sunburn. Visit an array of different “country” themed hotels on one street, from riding on a gondola at the Valencia Hotel to watching a spectacular water fountain performance with the Eiffel Tower in the background. Don’t forget to take a classic tourist photo in front of the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, you will regret it if you don’t!
If you want to experience Italy to its fullest, take in as much of the scenery and architecture without the hindrance of long lines, crowded spaces and overpriced food and accommodation then visiting Italy in March is the best option. As March signifies the start of Spring, head to the country side in Rovescala, as they celebrate with an open-air market, dedicated to local vineyards and wine every Sunday this month. The market will also consist of concerts, vintage car shows, parades and endless traditional Italian dishes which will surely fulfil those taste buds.
Wallaroo, South Australia
If an international trip is out of your budget, Wallaroo in South Australia is the place to be if you’re still chasing the summer in Australia. Located 158km northwest of Adelaide, Wallaroo is known for its beach culture and scenic views, perfect for a well needed soothing holiday to soak up the sun and salt. There is no shortage of beaches in the area but a must see is North Beach; a long, white sandy beach perfect for a relaxing swim with kids or a game of cricket. Being located on the seaside has its perks, the seafood is particularly delicious at Pier One at Office Beach which also provides an outstanding view. But if you think there’s no night life on the coast, you are wrong, head down to Coopers Alehouse for a beverage and a boogie!
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