The Western coast of India has become increasingly popular for British tourists with Goa holidays becoming more and more common. With 125 km of beaches, it is not hard to see why either.
There are many places of interest but having been under Portuguese control for so many years it is fascinating to see Latin influence on the state, especially when it comes to the food.
As the cost of flights continues to fall, more Brits are keeping up the so-called "special relationship" by holidaying in the United States. Florida holidays offer warm climates and golden beaches whereas New York attracted culture vultures.
California was a Mecca for surfers and musicians whilst those looking for thrill and adventure were tempted to try their luck in the world's biggest casino and party capital: Las Vegas.
SOURCE Direct Holidays