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Luxury Family Holidays in September

Older children are back to school so with tumbling prices, fewer tourists and greater availability families with toddlers can once again enjoy the luxury of choiceon your family holiday.  The picture-perfect Indian Ocean is a perfect destination for late summer relaxation, with September bringing warm temperatures but low humidity. 

The east coast of Malaysia is still enjoying warm sunny weather and one of our all-time favourite resorts is the Tanjong Jara, a peaceful and serene resort set on a beautiful beach overlooking the South China Sea just an hour from Kuala Terengganu.  This is still peak season for Fiji, with dry, sunny weather making it an ideal time for a relaxing family holiday. 

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Our Top Family Hotels & Resorts

  • The Residence Mauritius

    Nestling between tropical gardens and an expansive beach of platinum white sand on the east cost of Mauritius, The Residence combines 1920’s colonial charm with the contemporary cool elegance of a modern day refuge. If your idea of a dream holiday means not having to lift a finger – not even to unpack your suitcase – The Residence is definitely for you!

  • Velassaru

    This beautiful island blends minimalist, contemporary chic with the natural beauty of its surroundings. Velassaru, part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, offers sophisticated and affordable luxury accommodation for your all inclusive honeymoon or holiday. 

  • Tanjong Jara Resort

    Peace, solitude and oodles of charm sum up the beautiful Tanjong Jara Resort, located on the unspoilt East Coast of the Malay Peninsula. Fronted by the sparking emerald waters of the South China Sea and shaded by the soaring palms which rustle gently in the breeze, this beautiful resort has long been a favourite with Turquoise. For us it encapsulates all you would anticipate a beautiful Malay resort to be. Think of it as a natural sanctuary designed around the intricate grandeur and elegance of the long-ago palaces, where the staff, chosen from local villages, display a genuine warmth and that irrepressible and uncontrived gentle Asian charm.

  • Vomo Island Resort

    Nestled in the Mamanuca Islands just 15 minutes by seaplane or helicopter – or an hour by boat –from Nadi, this relaxing island retreat has it all - aquamarine waters, idyllic beaches, stylish accommodation, first-class cuisine, a spa and numerous activities. It is perfect for both couples and families.

  • Culture, Hill Country and the Magical Maldives

    Enjoy exploring Sri Lanka’s fascinating Cultural Triangle and Hill Country, followed by the beach in the Maldives. Stay at delightful boutique hotels in Sri Lanka and stylish Velassaru in the Maldives.

  • Family Island Hopping in the Seychelles

    Breathtakingly beautiful and diverse, the granitic and coralline islands of the Seychelles create the perfect setting for an island hopping family adventure.

  • Borneo Jungle Beach Adventure

    Combine a jungle adventure with relaxation at one of Borneo’s beautiful beach resorts. Enjoy two nights in Kuala Lumpur before flying to Sandakan to visit the Sepilok orangutan sanctuary and a one-night stay at Sepilok Jungle Lodge. You then transfer to Abai Jungle Lodge for two days of jungle experiences, before flying to Kota Kinabalu for a five-night stay at the luxury Gaya Island Resort with private beach and top-class spa. 

  • Wonderfully Wild Family Adventure

    Discover the wild side of Sabah in Borneo where orang-utans can be found in the rainforest. Stay in the fabulously kid friendly Shangri La Tanjung Aru before heading into the jungle for a 2 night adventure, end your journey at the idyllic Bunga Raya Resort, on one of Asia most beaufitul bays and surrounded by unspoilt rainforest. 

  • Magical Malaysia

    Visit magical Malaysia for modern cities, majestic mountains and endless beaches. Explore the facinating colonail history of Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and Penang, head to the mountainous region of The Cameron Highlands, known for its tea plantations, ending with a relaxing stay at The Datai, surrounded by rainforest and fronting one of Malaysia's best beaches. 

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!