Going on holiday is an exciting time and, throughout the year, there are numerous destination options for you to choose.
For many, summer is a popular time of the year for holiday goers to enjoy, but the springtime also offers fantastic locations and climates for you to explore.
So, if you're looking for some inspiration on where to go this spring, Compare Cover have compiled a list of some of the more unusual excursions and locations the world has to offer.
Cuba is a popular destination, with a third of the British population wanting to holiday in this beautiful country.
This may come as little surprise due to the vast amount of activities available, from relaxing on the beach, to boat trips and swimming with sea creatures.
Cuba is also famous for its salsa dancing and, for an alternative holiday, you can salsa dance the night away at a number of famous locations. Salsa is a vibrant, passionate and rhythmic dance, and when accompanied by a live band, you can create unbelievable memories and share the love for dance and music with the locals.
Havana is a popular destination to learn, watch and enjoy salsa dancing. If you want to know some of the most popular venues where you can dance to the passionate music in Havana, take a look here.
Have you ever thought about cycling through the mesmerising country of Vietnam in the springtime?
Vietnam is a fast-growing travel destination, showing an increase of 24.6% overseas arrivals last year, and one of the reasons why people are considering this country is due to the availability of cycling tours.
You can choose the route you want to take, taking in the magical views. There are plenty of travel agents around the web that sell cycling tours for both the north and south of Vietnam.
Already popular with Australians, cycling is considered to be one of the best ways to explore Vietnam, and enables you to take a slower approach to visiting emperor's tombs, Mandarin palaces, and the remains of the Forbidden Purple City.
Did you know that Sudan has twice as many pyramids as Egypt?
Scattered across the deserts of Sudan stands hundreds of pyramids, and you can experience and explore these forgotten tombs. A place where the Blue and White Nile join and where the desert stretches beyond the horizon, Sudan is a destination waiting for you to visit.
There are many different tours that take you on magical journeys through these deserts, allowing you to view the historical wonders you didn't know existed. Some popular desert trips involve exploring the lesser-travelled paths in the Western and Nubian deserts, wild camping under the Sahara sky, and examine the remnants of the ancient Black Pharaoh's civilisation.
Sudan is a wonderous country where you can explore an alternative holiday this spring.
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