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    If you are looking for a hot country to visit in March and you can't wait until summer for the sun, find a little winter sunshine with our ideas for your hot March holiday. Our March holiday reviews are all for holiday destinations that our travellers have experienced when they went on holiday in March. We've gathered the all the hot reviews together below.

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    March Holiday Reviews

    • Where: New York City, New York USA
    • Who: John
    • When: March

    Wow what a city, everyone knows they have to go there once and I finally got to go. I went in March and the weather was unseasonably warm, but i had packed for all weathers! They had snow only weeks before but it was possible to go out in just a t-shirt, although the huge shadows cast by the skyscrapers did make it cooler in the shade.
    I only had a few days here, but I tried to pack in as much as possible doing the usual sights. I stayed at the Blakely hotel which was great for a short stroll to Central park and just a 10 minute stroll from times square. I bought a week subway pass as it was cheap, thinking I would use it all the time like I do in London but I hardly used it at all as its so easy to walk around being in that famous block style. A cab from JFK was around $65.
    I also took an Uber cab over to The Mills Outlet Mall in New Jersey which was worth the money around $60 as it was huge and much quieter shopping and so cheap. It was about 45 mins away.
    It's not cheap to eat out in New York and I wasn't as lucky as I hoped to find a great deli, I had a touch of food poising after one visit to a cheesecake deli, so do your homework because the choice is too big! The New World Trade Centre down in the financial district was awe inspiring, and no matter how cliche you have to do the Empire State building viewing platform because the views are simply incredible.
    We got to go ice skating in central park, Times Square is busy but in March it was fine. Friendly and outspoken people, (A random cyclist told my son to put his coat on!) I felt completely at home here and I'm looking for an excuse to come back again...and soon.

    Published: 15 April 2016

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    • Where: Tenerife, Canary Islands
    • Who: LAS111
    • When: March

    We are a young family and we headed to the south west of Tenerife known as one of the warmest parts of the island, more sheltered from the trade winds in the north. We stayed on the coast of Alcala near Guia de Isora and although the beaches were black sand and a little gravelly compared with Los Cristianos and Playa deals Americas, we would definitely come back to this area.

    It was a more upmarket area and less touristy which is what we were looking for, which is fine in March as the sea is too cold to swim in so we mainly wanted to lie by the pool in our resort. It was around 22 degrees of lovely sunshine, it must have rained for an hour once in the week we were there early March, and there were a few days when it was a little cloudy, but even though it was a bit overcast it was still warm. On the whole we were blessed with warm sunshine, which is quite hard to find in Europe at this time of year.

    Eventually we did get a little bored of being in the resort all week so we grabbed a hire car for the day, around €60 which was cheaper than a return taxi to the next town. We managed to get round the whole island in a day which is a bit of a push and not recommended! Maybe spread it over two days! But we got up to the peak of mount Teide which was snow capped and stunning to see a volcano close up. We wandered around the shops of Playa de las Americas, which had some of the nicest beaches on the island and we headed up over the incredibly steep mountains in the west - amazing views but extremely winding roads.

    Overall, if you don't mind the mild breezes - the Canaries are known for being a bit windy, then Tenerife is brilliant for much needed sunshine in March.

    Published: 23 March 2014

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    • Where: Tenerife, Canary Islands
    • Who: Timsted
    • When: March

    We decided to go on holiday to the canary Islands as they are within 4 hours flight time of UK. When going on holiday with a toddler this is an important factor!! Tenerife seems to be the cheapest option in terms of flights so thats what we went with.

    It was a lovely sunny day on arrival (about 24C) so its reputation for guaranteed sunshine was well deserved! Our holiday was more about relaxation then exploration so most of the time was spent in the hotel - Thomson Sensatori (highly recommended).

    My wife being my wife, we had to hire a car and pop out for a day so off we went and headed up Mount Teide to try to get as close to the caldera as possible. The roads are EXTREMELY steep and windy and it will take you at least twice as long to get anywhere as you think so bare this in mind. That being said it is great driving so have a go if you can.

    We only made it about half way up but you get a great view of the secondary hole that had the most recent eruption. Take a coat or jumpers though as it is very cold up there even when the weather is glorious. Its very eery as you are IN the clouds which seem to hug the roads and reduce visibility somewhat. If you are able to get a permit (its a national park) to go to the top then you really should as it looks amazing. You can only get there by cable car but i don't think you have to book in advance as long as you have your permit (which can only be applied for online - Its free). There is plenty of free parking at the cable car depots so no issues there.

    Tenerife didn't strike me as a picturesque island but when you get up the Volcano there are some stunning views.

    Overall weather was lovely, couple of hours of rain on one day (it was the first of the year apparently) but never cold even when cloudy so an ideal holiday destination for March.

    Published: 15 March 2014

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    • Where: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    • Who: sai
    • When: March

    We had a 3 night stopover in Dubai following a 6 month trip to Asia - boy was it a shock to the system! Whilst it is an incredible adult playground, this lap of luxury certainly comes with a price tag!

    We travelled in March and weather was great. It was around 25 degrees each day and sunny. It was great as it wasn't too hot to walk around and explore. That been said, you can't really 'walk' to many places in Dubai. We did feel restricted to taxi's to get us to A to B.

    We really enjoyed a day trip to the Wild Wadi waterpark which was great fun. Traveling in March also had its benefits in that Dubai as a whole wasn't very busy, this meant that we good get straight onto the rides and really get our money's worth of the entrance fee!

    Shopping is fantastic in Dubai and is pretty cheap due to the tax advantages. The Dubai mall has every shop imaginable and when you tire of shopping you can spend yet more cash on the aquarium, ice rink, indoor ski slope, underwater zoo etc etc. It really is an adults playground!

    One must do is a trip to the amazing Burj al Arab hotel. Afternoon tea sets you back a fortune (around £50 per head) but is worth it for the incredible service and views within this fab building. Also have a cocktail at the sky bar, which is great fun and offers incredible views.

    Published: 15 November 2013

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    • Where: Rodney Bay, St Lucia
    • Who: Louisa
    • When: March

    St Lucia is a beautiful islands with lots to offer visiting tourists. Unlike other caribbean Islands it is safe to walk around and explore the Island rather than staying inside your resort. There is lots to see and do, the beautiful Pitons provide an amazing back drop to the Island and can be climbed in 4 hours.

    We arranged an Island tour with a local driver who took myself and my partner around the Island from Rodney Bay to Soufriere via Canaries and Anse de la Raye. His local knowledge meant that we stopped at all the best photo stops and saw lots of the Island. The tour also included visiting hot springs, the waterfall where Superman 2 was filmed and seeing the volcano and bathing in the sulphur springs which apparently take 10 years off your life!

    The Island is like a natural spa providing the perfect place to relax and unwind, Reduit beach is beautiful and is the perfect place to get a good tan, there are plenty of watersports on offer and locals selling traditional carribean food. I would recommend St Lucia to anyone thinking of visiting the carribbean, for sunshine, relaxing and sight-seeing it has a lot to offer.

    Published: 21 April 2013

    • Where: Negril, Jamaica
    • Who: hazeybaby38
    • When: March

    Negril is a beautiful place with so many fantastic experiences on offer whether you fancy just chilling out on stunning beaches such as 7 mile beach which is breathtaking with crystal clear waters,shops,cafe's,bars,very nice restaurants.A visit to half moon beach is a must if you want to see beautiful tropical fish or simply relax at this amazingly beautiful and remote beach which has a very nice bar and restaurant where you can sample the famous jerk chicken or spicy lobster.

    To experience a truly amazing sunset experience head to Rick's cafe and watch the sunset with a cold drink in hand-bliss.If you want a once in a lifetime experience then why not visit Dolphin cove where you can swim and fall in love with the cute dolphins.Negril offers lot's for the active visitor such as the Canopy tour where you can zip wire over the lush tropical countryside and enjoy scenic nature walks,want something even more exciting then you may want to try a jungle river safari a truly exciting experience.

    My husband and i enjoyed all these experiences so much and on our last evening we took a cruise to Luminous lagoon which is a fascinating natural wonder as the boat came to a halt we watched in awe at the sight of the water turning a luminous color.I left my heart in Negril,relaxed on stunning beaches,ate in wonderful restaurants,experienced warm Jamaican hospitality,took in the most beautiful experiences that will stay with us forever.

    Published: 27 February 2013

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    • Where: Goa, India
    • Who: Mr&MrsKarnik
    • When: March

    I went to Goa in the month of March, it is very hot and humid at that time of the year and is also the end of the season for toursits in Goa. I had heard a lot about Goa from my husband who had regularly visited Goa during November and December before our marriage. I must say I completely agree with him, even though it was the end of season we completely and throughly enjoyed our 7 night visit. November and December is considered one of the best times to visit Goa, weather is pleasant and there is party mood all around. Because we travelled there in March compared to what anyone would be paying in Nov/ Dec it was relatively cheaper.

    We stayed in South Goa away from the hustle and the bustle of North Goa, enjoying the hotel's private beach. We had hired car for a day visit to North Goa and also I wanted to visit Baga beach which is very popular if you want to party hard! Our day started with visit to St Cathederal at Old Goa and then we made our way to the beach and market area. After a day of shopping, I would suggest a visit to the beach shack to take in the sunset view and enjoy the mouth watering seafood Goa has to offer (which was enjoyed by the husband as I am a vegeterian). There are plenty of options available in terms of food, entertainment, shopping and the heavenly beaches.

    One of the best ways to see all that Goa has to offer is by hiring a motorbike or scooter, and exploring at leisure. South Goa where we stayed was very safe area as we used to go for walks at night and always felt at home with the surroundings. I would suggest Goa should be on everyone's must visit bucket list.

    Published: 30 November 2012

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    • Where: Thailand
    • Who: joanna_75
    • When: March

    I went to Thailand in March 2011 and absolutely fell in love with that country. I was travelling across Thailand by various methods of transport, from one island to another. It was a whole new experience which made this holiday one of my most favourites.

    I spent a few days in Bangkok where I discovered all of the Palaces including the Grand Palace as well as the Buddhist temples. I would recommend visiting those sorts of places on a Sunday, using the local 'taxis' called tuk tuk's. They did take me to the all important places in Bangkok and charged me only small amount for doing that as apparently on Sundays they are not allowed to charge much.

    On the Tuk Tuk tour we were popping in from time to time to local tailors to have a look at their shops. You don't need to buy anything, just have a look around. I went also to the flooding market, great experience, highly recommended to anyone visiting Thailand.
    I visited Koh Samui island as well as Koh Phi-Phi. Great weather in March, not overly hot but you could get a nice tan. Local beaches are very very nice and clean. If you are lucky you could get a lunch or dinner from one of the local people who are living right on the beach. They are cooking loads of food for their families so they are happy to feed tourists as well. They didn't want any money, but I felt like I should pay them as they were so nice and friendly.

    If you go to Koh Samui, make sure you will visit their Full Moon Party. If you don't like overcrowded places you should stay away! But it was really worth it to experience this sort of festival. I would also like to recommend visiting Monkey Island if you visit Koh Phi-Phi, it's great fun. You can feed the animals, but be careful with leaving your stuff behind when you are swimming as it can be stolen.

    Published: 23 November 2012

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