The places to be in March


As the promise of lighter and warmer days emerges to take the edge off the winter snap, the prospect of winter sun with our kind of people has us inspired. With a tour leader and fellow solo travellers in tow, Solos Holidays heads off for a dose of culture and escapes to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The bucket list gets a proper ticking off, with the far-flung destinations travel dreams are made of.


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The countries to visit this March


Cape Verde

Often referred to as the ‘African Caribbean’, the islands are famed for their snow-white beaches, endless sand dunes and candy-coloured towns. But there’s another side to it. And we take you there too. Float in the mouth of an extinct volcano and discover a somewhat supernatural edge in the wondrous natural pools of Buracona.


The cuisine. The culture. The architecture. All so very chic, charming and overindulgent. And indulge we do. Archaeological journeys through ancient cities, winding street strolls through enchanting towns and vineyards as far as the eye can see.

The Canary Islands

Winter sun escapism at its finest. This place, where rough jagged terrains meet pristine aqua marine waters, is somewhat of a natural paradox. Crayola-crayon architecture, moody sands and snorkel territory, that old world charm reels us in every time.


A captivating Indonesian gem, that shines differently every time you look at it. Dance to the Balinese beat, a place as steeped in natural beauty as it is culture. The deeply embedded spiritualism can be felt at every twist and turn. From its sacred temples, to its magnificent lush rice terraces, and the turquoise waters lapping at the golden sands.


Often referred to as the 'Gateway to Africa', Morocco is a fascinating cultural cocktail of Berber, Arabian and European influences. Saharan sands as far as the eye can see and the awe-inspiring beauty of the Atlas Mountains, every inch of the landscape invites adventure. Climb Africa's highest peak and pass through ancient cities, exploring the colour-pop maze of souks and medinas.


City life in Vietnam is a vintage vespa dashing culture-rich oasis, transporting you from the temples to the palaces, to some of the most incredible food experiences in Southeast Asia. Saunter through coastal towns where pure white sand and azure shores are commonplace, and cruise along the surreal and otherworldly beauty of Halong Bay.

Costa Rica

The tropics – where pure shores meet life under the canopy, for high octane jungle adventures, diverse wildlife encounters of the rainforest kind and the city beat of San Jose. From active volcanoes, to the freshwater lagoons, to the mesmerising waterfalls, this is nature in its purest form.


Heritage, culture, nature and wildlife all rolled into one. From the bustle of Kathmandu to UNESCO’s Chitwan National Park and the spectacular Himalayan views in Rupakot. Nepal is as diverse as it is unique. We lift the lid on this magnificent country, truly immersing ourselves in Nepalese culture and wondrous sights.

Dominican Republic

Unwind in the unspoilt. The coconut tree and mangrove fringed shores mesmerise all. But it’s what underneath that counts. An underwater world awaits, with marine life and coral reefs just itching to be discovered. Press pause in paradise, and come down to the Caribbean calm.


Blessed with a warm Mediterranean climate, fascinating history and stunning coastline, this is an enlightening journey that’ll leave you feeling enriched, relaxed and well-travelled. The architecture is a draw all on its own, but there’s much more to Maltese life than meets the eye.

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