St Lucia

WHY NOW? Despite the crowds, March remains one of the most popular months to visit. The weather remains warm without being stifling, whale-watching and dolphin-spotting is a big draw, as are the legendary ‘Jump Up’ street parties, bustling markets and the annual Comedy Festival.
CLIMATE AVERAGES An average maximum daytime temperature of 29°C/84°F with moderate heat and humidity, and typically eight hours of sunshine daily.

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Tenerife

​ ​ ​​WHY NOW? Heavenly in early spring, the peak season crowds have waned, days are getting lighter, brighter and warmer, and it's one of the quietest (and more reasonably-priced) times to visit (unless Easter falls in March). Is there any better way to get a head start on your summer tan?
CLIMATE AVERAGES An average maximum daytime temperature of 20°C/68°F, usually with around seven hours of sunshine daily.

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Maldives

​​WHY NOW? Generally the hottest month of the year, you can enjoy the blissful beaches, calm crystal-clear waters and dazzling diving, with very little chance of rain stopping play. Outside of Easter, it’s also shoulder season so resorts are generally quieter and rates a little lower too.
CLIMATE AVERAGES An average maximum daytime temperature of 31°C/88°F with very high heat and humidity, and typically nine hours of sunshine daily.

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South Africa

​ ​ WHY NOW? Generally known as 'Goldilocks Season' (in that the climate is just right!), now is a fab time to head to the Kruger. Yes it’s still rainy season, but afternoon thunderstorms are fewer, the landscape is beautiful, and though the wildlife is still a little elusive, you'll enjoy epic game drives.
CLIMATE AVERAGES An average maximum daytime temperature of 24°C/75°F with low heat and humidity, and typically nine hours of sunshine daily.

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The Philippines

​​WHY NOW? While temperatures are starting to rise, March has the perfect conditions to explore as many of The Philippines’ 7000-plus islands and seek out as much of the incredibly-diverse wildlife (from the giant whale shark to the world's smallest fish) as you can during your time here.
CLIMATE AVERAGES An average maximum daytime temperature of 33°C/91°F with high heat and humidity, and typically eight hours of sunshine daily.

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Sri Lanka

​ ​ WHY NOW? Arguably the best month to soak up all of Sri Lanka’s greatest hits. Tea Country, Kandy and Nuwara Eliya are at their most spectacular, the southern and western coasts at their sunniest, and it’s a great month for leopard-spotting in Yala National Park too.
CLIMATE AVERAGES An average maximum daytime temperature of 32°C/90°F with very high heat and humidity, and typically nine hours of sunshine daily.

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