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Holidays in the sun are likely be in demand this winter after Britain's damp, chilly summer. The good news is there are plenty of winter sun options this year. Here are some ideas.
Australia | Sydney

Sydney, Australia

Best for: Partying

The Aussies love to party, so where better to go for a good time than Sydney? Hang out on Bondi Beach during the day and at night head for the pubs and clubs of Oxford Street. Darling Harbour and George Street in the Rocks are also big draws.

Away from the beaches and booze there's a thriving theatre and opera scene (the Sydney Opera House stages some free concerts), excellent restaurants and good shopping. Don't miss the weekend street markets, one of the best of which is Paddington on Saturdays, where you can pick up Aussie arts and crafts.

There are also several good museums, including the Australian Museum. Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you can see koalas and kangaroos, and the famed Blue Mountains are an easy day trip from the city.
Indian Ocean | Maldives

Huvafen Fushi, the Maldives

Best for: Romance

The Maldives were made for romance, with soft, sandy beaches, crystal clear warm water and nothing to do but gaze into each other's eyes.

Accommodation is among the most luxurious in the world and the Huvafen Fushi, a 30-minute speedboat ride from Male, is one of the best properties the islands have to offer.

Its 43 beachfront and water bungalows, all with private pools, offer couples almost total privacy. They can dine in one of the resort's two sumptuous restaurants or have a candlelit dinner on the beach.

If the private pool starts to feel a little cramped, there's an infinity pool and a superb spa with a long list of treatments.
Caribbean | St Lucia

St Lucia, Caribbean

Best for: Families

Many of St Lucia's hotels have gone all out to cater for families. The Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa has a water park plus three swimming pools, an educational kids' club, a tennis centre and adults-only area and spa. In the evening there is plenty to entertain the whole family.

The south coast of the island has lots of adrenalin-fuelled activities such as kitesurfing, a rainforest zip wire, scuba diving and mountain biking.

Families with teenage children might prefer to stay in the north, close to Gros Islet, which hosts a legendary Friday night street party and boasts many pubs and clubs.
South Africa | South Africa

Kariega Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Best for: Activities

South Africa offers some of the best game reserves in the world. Kariega has two lodges, one of which offers private chalets with wildlife viewing decks. Wildlife includes leopard, hippo, zebra and more than 200 types of bird.

The game reserves on the Eastern Cape are free from malaria, making them a good choice for families with young children or for those who don't like taking anti-malarial medication. The region also has a pleasant year-round temperature.
Brazil | Brazil

Brazil, South America

Best for: Culture

Brazil has so many cultural and natural treasures that the real difficulty lies in deciding which part of the country to visit.

A good tour for a first-time visitor would take in Rio, Sugar Loaf Mountain and the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, the colonial cities and towns of Minas Gerais and the contrasting grandeur of colonial Salvador, the country's first capital. Brazil's finest natural attraction and a must-see on any visit to the country are the Iguassu Falls, the largest in the world.

Brazil has many UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Ouro Preto, which was the gateway for the gold rush in the 18th century, the 16th century Portuguese City of Olinda and the hilltown of Congohas, home to the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Congonhas, famed for its rococo interior and soapstone sculptures.
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