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Where to see the Northern Lights... and what to do if you don't

Where to see the Northern Lights… and what to do if you don’t

Sorry for the seemingly negative rider in the title, but we think it’s important to note that the Northern Lights – the eerily beautiful display of shimmering colour sometimes visible in the night skies over the Arctic Circle – are a natural phenomenon and so by no means guaranteed. I’m sure that’s stating the blindingly […]

Extend your Summer - 6 great places to go in September

Extend your Summer – 6 great places to go in September

You could say September is the best time of year to go on holiday. And you’d be right. With a few exceptions, the shoulder season offers the perfect balance between reasonable prices and reasonable weather. The Summer crowds clear as schools return, the weather in the UK starts to turn and nights start to draw […]

6 ideas for a three-generation family holiday

6 ideas for a three-generation family holiday

Multi-generational holidays is a bit of a buzz word at the moment in the travel trade and here at Frontier we have been arranging such holidays for some time. We often find that the holiday is organised by the grandparents as they have the most time to plan and since the change in pension arrangement, […]

10 of the best places to stay in North America this Spring

10 of the best places to stay in North America this Spring

As the ground thaws and flowers blossom, there’s never been a better time take advantage of North America’s natural beauty. Springtime is the perfect opportunity to take time out and enjoy the outdoors, and one of the best times to explore or take a romantic break. Get some inspiration for where to go this season from […]

Top 10 islands in the world

Top 10 islands in the world

An island getaway is many people’s dream holiday. If you’re looking for somewhere special to relax this year, whether you seek stunning scenery, beautiful golden sandy beaches or fine food, then Tripadvisor’s recently published top 10 islands in the world might be just what you’re looking for to narrow down your options. Based on the […]

Photograph of the week: Grand Teton National Park

Photograph of the week: Grand Teton National Park

This vista which includes the Grand Teton mountain range and Mount Moran is viewed across the Oxbow bend turnout of Snake River. It is a classic view within the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming and one of many originally captured by the American photographer Ansel Adams. The Grand Teton National Park is often somewhat […]

Top 5 things to do in Flagler Beach, Florida

Top 5 things to do in Flagler Beach, Florida

Flagler, Florida is a small, laid back beach town between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. It’s a sleepy little haven with a lot of personality and color. Flagler has character and it’s fun to visit. The best way to get there is to travel Florida’s Historic Highway along A1A so you can take in pretty ocean […]

Bottlenose dolphins off the coast of KwaZulu-Natal

The best places to travel to this season

Whether you’re seeking wildlife spectacles, otherworldly scenery or the buzz of a festival, there is a wide range of options for travelling to a new destination this season. We’ve listed ten of the best places to visit at this time of year to help you plan your next spring-summer adventure. Australia’s Ningaloo Marine Park While […]

6 of the best drives in North America

6 of the best drives in North America

I have driven hundreds of thousand miles in the US and Canada and hope to do many thousands more. Being in the travel trade, people are always asking me what is your favourite place/country/drive/hotel and the answer is always different because it depends on the mood I am in and what I can remember at […]

4 fabulous Spring activities in Eastern Canada

4 fabulous Spring activities in Eastern Canada

Canada has a lot to offer. Beautiful wildlife, exciting cities and numerous possibilities for active holidays – it never fails to surprise and amaze. Regardless of whether you are new to the country’s treasures or you are a regular visitor, there are plenty of places that you should definitely visit this spring season. So, what […]

Cherry blossom season in Washington D.C.

Cherry blossom season in Washington D.C.

Right now is one of the most festive seasons in Washington D.C. No, it is not because of the current presidential race, or even because it is spring. It is most admired because of the beautiful cherry blossom trees. From approximately late March, until early/mid- April, these cherry blossoms can be seen throughout the nation’s (US) […]

Suite of the week: Reunion Resort 2500, Reunion Resort, Orlando, Florida, USA

Suite of the week: Reunion Resort 2500, Reunion Resort, Orlando, Florida, USA

Suite name: Reunion Resort 2500 Location: Reunion Resort, Orlando, Florida, USA Size of accommodation: 11,700 sq ft Cost per night: from £1,155 per night What makes it special: Reunion Resort 2500 is unlike any other vacation home, intricately designed throughout with 13 unique themed bedrooms and various other extraordinary facilities, perfect for the larger family group. Set in the […]

4 ways to enjoy the best of Napa Valley

4 ways to enjoy the best of Napa Valley

The Pacific Highway road trip is growing in popularity as a great way to discover the West Coast of America. From San Francisco to Los Angeles, you can take in the finest of great city living, national parks, and of course some of the best wine regions in the world. One of our highly recommended […]

A guide to the vibrant scene of West Hollywood

A guide to the vibrant scene of West Hollywood

It goes without saying that there’s much more to West Hollywood than a few iconic letters on a hill. A sunny shopping Mecca brimming with gourmet chefs, cutting edge cocktail bars, and glamorous architecture to match, West Hollywood is truly home to the stars and a destination that takes holiday indulgence to new extremes. Shop […]

4 Chicago attractions to enjoy now

4 Chicago attractions to enjoy now

The Windy City can hang on to a good thing for its residents and visitors, but some of its attractions are temporary. This spring is an ideal time to see two unique, temporary exhibits, experience a performance that has lasted two decades, and learn more (while eating well) about the oldest grand hotel that has […]

The US National Parks centenary year

The US National Parks centenary year

2016 sees the centenary of the establishment of the National Park Service by President Woodrow Wilson on 25 August 1916.  What a far sighted man he was! There were already 35 parks in existence; Yellowstone, the first National Park, having been established in 1872. The National Park System of the United States now includes more […]

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