White Christmas anyone? For all you Aussies and Kiwis, a winter Christmas is something you’re not used to. But for those from the UK, United States and Canada, this is definitely the norm. There is something extra special about the festive period in the winter time. It’s magical. Think mulled wine, horrendous Christmas jumpers, ice skating and cute Christmas markets. A winter Christmas just makes sense doesn’t it? Father Christmas is dressed in wintry red attire and is based in the north pole with reindeer and a sleigh, Christmas tree decorations seem to appear to be cold weather themed (icicles, snowflakes and such) and the typical Christmas meals of a hearty roast don’t really fit the scorching hot temperatures of the southern hemisphere summer.
Here are 5 reasons why you must experience a winter Christmas:
The festive season is finally here with the count down ‘til Christmas in full swing. It’s the time of year, especially when living in the northern hemisphere where it’s okay to wear debatable Christmas jumpers, to attempt your luck at ice skating, to sing carols at the top of your lungs and to drink copious amounts of alcohol because you’re so popular with all the Christmas shindigs you’re invited to, and must attend. It’s also a time of year when you can take a break and go experience an end-of-year adventure and see some magical place. It is however, a super expensive, stressful and busy time of year and a high season to travel. But don’t fret, we have some travel tips to help you avoid certain situations, so you can be fully prepared.
Here are 5 travel tips for the festive season:
Summer is well and truly over, but don’t despair; it’s now the count-down to the most magical time of the year…Christmas! However, before you start to panic about buying presents and hosting extensive festive parties for friends and family, it’s a great time to think instead about escaping all the stress and booking a wonderful winter getaway.
Tours At Christmas: Our Top Tips For The Best Christmas Tours This Winter
Whether you’re looking for an atmospheric winter wonderland in a far-flung location, or a sun-soaked escape from the dreary grey skies back home, there is definitely an Xmas tour just perfect for your requirements, just waiting for you to discover it. Here are a few of our top tips for your magical Christmas destination this year.