Category: Speciality Travel

Why I would like to be in the Canadian Rockies right now!

Why I would like to be in the Canadian Rockies right now!

First of all, the sun is probably shining as you read this whereas in London, the sky is grey. Secondly, I could be outside enjoying a good meal with a backdrop of amazing scenery and doing all sorts of exciting activities. Thirdly, I could be watching an elk strolling across a grassy meadow or a […]

Top 5 family attractions in Kent, UK

Top 5 family attractions in Kent, UK

Proudly bearing the title of ‘Lonely Planet’s Best European Holiday Destination for Families’, the green English county of Kent has much to offer. Known as ‘The Garden of England’, visitors will fall in love with its rolling hills and scenic views. Lush countryside gives way to spectacular coastline, and the area has many fantastic child […]

5 of the best ski resorts for a luxury ski weekend

5 of the best ski resorts for a luxury ski weekend

If you’re like me, a week’s skiing is great, but it’s simply not enough. A luxury ski weekend is a great way to add a few more days on the mountain into your ski season. Whether you’re looking for a location to impress your clients or simply a chance to escape the City and enjoy […]

Male lion in Addo National Park, South Africa

7 reasons why you must add Addo Park to your ‘to do’ list

Currently the third largest national park in South Africa, the Addo Elephant National Park, near Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, is becoming a firm favourite amongst visitors from all over the globe. In the early centuries, big herds of wild animals inhabited the Addo region, living side by side with indigenous peoples. With the increase […]

ATV rides in Los Cabos Mexico

Top 3 ways to experience the desert Outback of Los Cabos, Mexico

Los Cabos, Mexico might best be known for glorious beaches, hot nightlife, luxury resorts and shimmering views of the turquoise Sea of Cortez. While it’s true that the ocean and beach are Cabo’s primary draws for the millions of visitors who visit each year, the dramatic desert environment of Baja California Sur offers a unique […]

4 reasons to make Uganda your next safari destination

4 reasons to make Uganda your next safari destination

Uganda, aptly nicknamed ‘The Pearl of Africa’ by Winston Churchill after his visit in 1907, is rapidly gaining a reputation for being a top-safari destination. It can now hold its own against safari behemoths like Tanzania, South Africa and Botswana. This landlocked country is home to 10 national parks and is also where the Nile […]

Miniature museum

5 reasons to visit Andorra at any time of the year

Don’t let Andorra’s size fool you; this tiny principality between France and Spain may be one of the smallest in Europe but it’s definitely worth a visit. Nestled in the Pyrenees mountains and boasting beautiful landscapes further than the eye can see, every season in Andorra offers new activities and adventures. What’s more, it’s only […]

India's hidden golf courses - the top greens to play and how to get your best score

India’s hidden golf courses – the top greens to play and how to get your best score

When you think of India you think of the Taj Mahal, Rajasthan’s forts, beaches in Goa and houseboats in Kerala – to name just a few of the country’s draw cards. This is the well-known India. But amongst India’s best-kept secrets are its golf courses. India holds a rich golfing history and heritage many aren’t […]

Tranquility Bay Resort, Ambergris Caye

10 things to learn while you travel

Experiential travel is the best kind – and what better way to get under a destination’s skin than by learning a new skill under the guidance of local experts? From cooking and dancing to surfing and diving, via a multitude of handicrafts, here are some suggestions for educational, practical activities to try out on your […]

The foothills of Atlas Mountains in Morocco

Top 6 family travel destinations for October half-term

As the nights begin to draw in and the temperatures start to fall, it’s tempting to get away with your family for a change of scene. October half-term is the last chance in the school holidays calendar to make tracks before Christmas. You don’t always have to choose the most obvious destinations. These six family […]

The definitive guide for UK drivers travelling in Europe this Summer

The definitive guide for UK drivers travelling in Europe this Summer

We are heading to Spain shortly with our car and a boat trailer, taking the ferry crossing from Portsmouth to Santander with Brittany Ferries. Our sons are competing in a sailing World Championships for their class of boat so it’s set to be an exciting trip! It’s a trip that’s also required a lot of planning, though, […]

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Top 5 Tanzania wildlife experiences

Tanzania is the quintessential African safari destination. Vast swathes of land are given over to national parks and game reserves, where animals roam freely through grassland, marshes, rivers and jungle. The Great Migration sees the Serengeti burst to life as millions of wildebeest move across the land, watched hungrily by lion, cheetah, leopard, wild dog […]

5 unique things to do around the Amalfi Coast

5 unique things to do around the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast needs no introduction. The cliffs, the lemon trees, the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the blue grotto, and the islands of Capri and Ischia have been subjects of countless books and melodies. It is an area of southern Italy that has been luring visitors for thousands of years in search of history, […]

Top 5 horseback riding experiences in Ecuador

Top 5 horseback riding experiences in Ecuador

An emerging travel destination, the highlands of Ecuador offer horseback riding for spirited travelers who seek special travel experiences – ones with magnificent colonial haciendas, jaw-dropping vistas, contact with authentic highland cowhands, and some of the gentlest horses you’ll ever find. Mounted on horseback, your journey will take you through pristine highland valleys surrounded by […]

4 ways major airline carriers have reached new lows

4 ways major airline carriers have reached new lows

Despite tailwinds, airlines continue to operate like its 1985. From a distance, it may seem like it’s a great time to be an airline. Packed airports, no price regulations, little competition and record low energy prices. Despite all of these positive tailwinds, carriers still can’t get out of their own way. Plummeting energy prices: a […]

A luxury golf break at Stoke Park Country Club, Spa and Hotel, Buckinghamshire, UK

A luxury golf break at Stoke Park Country Club, Spa and Hotel, Buckinghamshire, UK

The estate of Stoke Park has a long history dating back over 900 years but it was John Penn – 1760 to 1834 – who was responsible for most of what you can see today. In the latter part of the 18th century James Wyatt, architect to King George III,  worked on the development of […]

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