Category: Speciality Travel

4 unique Big Island spa experiences

4 unique Big Island spa experiences

Nothing like a beach breeze and flowing palm trees to make you relax during a spa treatment. On the Big Island of Hawaii, there are four venues that are unique in their approach, and worth your time to get the ‘aaahhhh’ factor. As our explorations revealed, sometimes bigger is not better as some of the […]

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Where to ski in Canada

On foot, the scenery in Canada is enough to make your jaw drop. From high altitudes, carving up the slopes with the wind in your hair will take your breath away. Expert skiers can test their limits with a seemingly endless supply of fresh powder and plenty of opportunities to ski bowls, head off-piste and […]

5 of the best beaches in the Lake District

5 of the best beaches in the Lake District

The beaches along the Lake District’s western shore are sandy and shingle jewels waiting to be discovered. Whilst there may not be lifeguards and bright shops selling inflatable toys, pack your bucket and spade and enjoy a Lake District beach holiday. From seals watching to sunset horseback rides; dog walking to paddling. Lake District beaches […]

Superyachts in port

5 special events to celebrate on a superyacht

Everyone’s looking for a way to make their special occasion that little bit more special. After all, while weddings in vineyards and honeymoons in a Maldives bungalow are undeniably gorgeous, they have been done rather a lot. You want something different. We get it. Whether you’re planning a wedding or a honeymoon, a loved one’s […]

Our top 5 villas to see wildlife

Our top 5 villas to see wildlife

Wildlife tourism is on the rise, so it is becoming harder and harder to find places which remain unspoilt. We have selected below our top 5 villas that will provide you with an enriching and private wildlife experience. Leobo Private Reserve Immerse yourself in 20,000 acres of private land in the stunning Waterberg Mountains, three […]

A Galapagos Islands itinerary that has everything you need

A Galapagos Islands itinerary that has everything you need

Stepping onto the Galapagos Islands is like stepping into a land of the unknown – a time before man where birds lost their ability to fly, penguins survive at shockingly high temperatures, and tortoises and dandelions grow to mammoth sizes. However, a wonderland of such proportions can quickly turn from an enchanting paradise into a […]

5 of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf

5 of the best restaurants in Canary Wharf

Who would have thought? When I first moved to Canary Wharf in the late 1999, there was literally nothing. One Tesco Metro and a handful of shops and restaurants which were closing on Friday night to reopen on Monday. British friends and colleagues stared at me puzzled and slightly snobbish from their West London postcodes […]

The best luxury wildlife experiences in Canada

The best luxury wildlife experiences in Canada

Canada might be the second largest country in the world, but its natural beauty, wildlife and geographical variety are second to none. There is no better destination for those wanting to experience nature in all its glory than with the sheer number of opportunities available in Canada. So, where do you start? Well, we have […]

The ultimate, bespoke luxury travel experiences in the Spirit of Discovery

The ultimate, bespoke luxury travel experiences in the Spirit of Discovery

If your idea of cruising involves being herded ashore as part of a large group and visiting the usual tourist traps at speed, without getting a real feel of the destination, think again. Saga Cruise‘s new ship, Spirit of Discovery, is all about personal discovery, both on and off-shore. The boutique, luxury small ship, which […]

Short stay: Lantern & Larks glamping at Exton Park, Rutland, UK

Short stay: Lantern & Larks glamping at Exton Park, Rutland, UK

On a large country estate in England’s smallest county lies a wonderfully secluded Lantern & Larks glamping site. On arrival, we were warmly greeted by June who showed us to our ‘tent’ located in a peaceful walled garden on the Exton Park estate. There’s no electricity, no WiFi and no mobile signal. To some this […]

Ride the open roads of the US and Canada

Ride the open roads of the US and Canada

What better way to explore the open roads of the US and Canada than on a motor bike? Imagine the curves in the Rocky Mountains, the long straight sections of Route 66, or biking the Big Sur on the Californian Coast. There are three ways to organise this. You can rent a motorcycle and head off […]

Destinations for your next African safari

Destinations for your next African safari

Serengeti, Masai Mara, Kruger: names that are synonymous with African safaris. And, they receive the lion’s share of visitors—pun intended. Fortunately, the average safari tourist is well-educated and environmentally-conscious. They actively choose to spend money with companies who are working to make a positive difference in the areas in which they operate. African Parks recognizes […]

5 paradisiacal dive sites in Zanzibar

5 paradisiacal dive sites in Zanzibar

So you’ve just experienced a safari of a lifetime, ticked off the big beasts of the African bush, gained an appreciation for the lesser-known creatures, become far too used to your morning wake-up calls with coffee and cookies, and it’s now time for some rest and relaxation on Zanzibar… only you can’t help but feel […]

The real truth about private air travel

The real truth about private air travel

The private jet industry has always been surrounded by numerous myths and misconceptions. Many of these serve to put people off, and it’s often people who would otherwise be interested in chartering a jet. Though the industry is growing and more people are flying privately than ever before, there are plenty of people who still […]

The 6 best golf holes and courses on the Big Island

The 6 best golf holes and courses on the Big Island

Lava fields and sea views make for spectacular golf on the Big Island of Hawaii. Not every course can have every hole running along the ocean. If it did, you might get taken from the majesty of the view and duff the shot! What makes golf interesting on the Big Island is how each course […]

Terracotta Warriors, Xi'an, China

7 surprises of the Silk Route

The Silk Route has connected the East with the West for over 2,000 years, acting as a catalyst in the development of China, India, the Middle East and Europe. It wasn’t just goods such as silk and spices that were traded along the route; ideas, religions, and even diseases were passed on, shaping many countries’ […]

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