With the summer almost here, many British people will be looking forward to festivals. This year, holidaymakers could look to music events in Europe as an alternative to those hosted at home. Spain, Romania and Croatia are all on Just the Flight's list of favourites.
There are many thrill-seekers in the world, and for those wanting real adventure, volcano hiking is ideal. In 2012 a great place to visit is Guatemala, which offers the chance to climb the nation's active Pacaya Volcano.
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Safaris have been a popular holiday option for some time, with many people heading to Africa to see some of the world's most iconic creatures. Now, Disney has released its latest film African Cats, offering even more incentive for holidaymakers to indulge in the sights of the Maasai Mara themselves.
Whilst its economy may not be in great shape, Greece is still a top spot for many British holidaymakers wanting sun, sea and sand. With the lure of many islands to explore, Just the Flight has picked out three of the best places for your 2012 summer holiday.
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For holidaymakers wanting somewhere special to explore this year, Cuba is ideal. With a wonderful range of exotic beaches in addition to its famous history, visitors can enjoy the sun and sand whilst stepping back in time in Cuba.
Read more: Enjoy the past with trips to Cuba
With April noting so much rain in the UK, many holidaymakers might be keen to get away to warmer and drier locations. However, for those who love the water, Just the Flight has three top water inspired destinations to visit in 2012.
The Spanish destination of Malaga is a very popular location for British families seeking sun, sea and sand. For those heading to the retreat in 2012, there are three children's activities that should not be missed.
Australia is a popular destination for many travellers, and Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef and Ayers Rock are just some of its attractions. However, just outside of Adelaide is Barossa Valley, and it is here that visitors will find a cultural haven.
South America is becoming a popular destination for many keen travellers. For those looking to go beyond some of the more traditional Latin spots, heading to Bolivia will offer bizarre markets and astonishing scenery.
Read more: Explore Bolivia's quirky side
Films can often inspire many people, with holidaymakers wanting to journey to the places that the have seen on the big screen. In 2012 there is no shortage of places to visit, and Hawaii, Bali and North Carolina are all ideal destinations.
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Many people want their annual holiday to be more than lying on a beach, and for the adventuresome, a safari is ideal. This year, heading to Namibia offers the promise of rhino tracking, helping to conserve the black rhino species whilst enjoying the getaway of a lifetime.
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Going away on holiday is often more than simply enjoying a relaxing beach, and many people want to get a little action whilst the are away. For cycling enthusiasts, Montreal, Prague and Austin all make great destinations to explore.
If holidaymakers want a destination where good cuisine is guaranteed, Tuscany is perfect and will certainly tempt the taste buds. Travelling to Florence allows easy access to the local towns, offering a retreat full of mouth wateringly good food and wine.
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Many travellers like to be active on their holidays, taking the chance of being away from the daily grind to indulge in activities they would not normally have the opportunity to enjoy. For keen swimmers there are swimming holidays across the world, with three top breaks in Croatia, Arizona and the Cayman Islands.
Going on a honeymoon is probably the one holiday where travellers are ready to spend serious money for something really special. Marking an important milestone in life, there are lots of places to discover on honeymoons, including the Seychelles, the Maldives and Africa.
With the summer holidays looming, many British travellers are preparing for their annual trips away. For those going to Florida there are three top locations recommended by Just the Flight, which will offer an exciting and unforgettable experience in one of America's most loved states.
With the British summer almost here, many people are preparing to go away on holiday. For those wanting beach holidays, Spanish destinations remain a top and traditional favourite. With a good exchange rate, holidaymakers can get more for their pound.
Though it has been reported that Spain remains the number one spot for beach holidays, Bulgaria offers a surprising and cheap alternative. With a beautiful and varied coastline, the country in Eastern Europe could provide an ideal new spot to explore in summer 2012.
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Europe has a great range of interesting countries to explore and many cultural wonders to discover. For those travelling throughout the region this year, quirky museums in Amsterdam, Prague and Tenerife will offers a sight with a surprise.
With the summer almost here, most British families will have already booked their getaways. However, for those looking for something special in 2012, Sri Lanka, Mauritius or even Ecuador can offer memories that the entire family will have forever.
Many holidaymakers want to enjoy something a little extra special on their travels. In 2012, for those wanting to explore a stunning country and watch iconic wildlife, heading to Uganda to spot gorillas is the perfect option and will provide the holiday of a lifetime.
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Sweden remains a popular destination for many British travellers, with visitors flocking to Stockholm to see its iconic architecture and landmarks. However, Gothenburg easily rivals its sister city, and is a great escape for those wanting a new metropolis to explore.
Read more: Gothenburg an ideal alternative to Stockholm
Being such an iconic spot, the Caribbean attracts millions of tourists every year. However, there is an Egyptian alternative and, in 2012, heading to Sharm el Sheik could offer stunning beaches, a great climate and less crowds.