Looking for a getaway in September and want to experience something a bit different? Whether you want to really delve under the service of a country or just try something new, here are our top picks for September.
Destination: New York
Reason to Visit: Atlantic Antic – this street party is one of the Big Apple’s best kept secrets. With loads of food and great music from banjo bluegrass to alternative rock.
How you get there: stay at the Viceroy New York for 3 nights and get a 4th night free
4 nights from £825 per person including international return flights and all taxes.
Destination: South Africa
Reason to Visit: Hermanus Whale Festival – situated near South Africa’s southernmost tip, Hermanus is the perfect spot for whale watching season.
How you get there: Combine your whale watching bonanza with a tour of Cape Town & the Eastern Cape. Private game reserves, luxury safari lodges and breathtaking scenery…and whales!
7 nights from £770 per person including private road transfers, all accommodation, game drives and some meals
Reason to Visit: Spandau Ballet live in concert, 17 Sep 2015 – one of the most iconic British bands will bring their ‘Soul Boys of the Western World’ tour to the Dubai World Trade Centre. Over 25 million records, 23 hit singles, what’s not to like?
How you get there: Stay in luxury at The Palace at One&Only Royal Mirage. This 5*+ hotel is set on Jumeirah Beach and blends modern luxury with traditional heritage.
5 nights from £939 per person on a half board basis including return flights, all taxes. Concert tickets cost between £55 – £150
Reason to Visit: International Dance Festival (14 – 21 September). A week long extravaganza with live performances from international & local talent.
How you get there: Stay at the 5* Jumeirah Beach Hotel, set within tropical gardens on stunning Jumeirah Beach. Guests can enjoy free unlimited access to Wild Wadi Waterpark with over 30 attractions and rides.
5 nights from £1105 per person on a half board basis including return flights and all taxes. Ticket costs vary depending on the acts you want to see from £20-£150