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6 reasons to visit Southern Cambodia

6 reasons to visit Southern Cambodia

Cambodia is a country that is fast developing in the world of popular tourism, which is due in the large part, to the amazing Angkor Wat and surrounding ancient temple ruins. But head south and you’ll see a different side to the Kingdom of Wonder, one where the hustle and bustle of the main tourist […]

4 luxury lodges in South Africa's Sabi Sabi Private Reserve

4 luxury lodges in South Africa’s Sabi Sabi Private Reserve

South Africa is renowned for its luxury safari experiences. It often plays host to royals and other celebrities from around the world, who come to experience unique wildlife encounters which few other countries can offer. In a private reserve, the exhilaration of the African bushveld experience is enhanced in the company of trained game rangers […]

5 of the best alternative travel ideas for Italy lovers

5 of the best alternative travel ideas for Italy lovers

You may have visited the Colosseum, taken a photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and joined the tourist trail at the Cinque Terre, but there’s so much more to see and do in Italy. From sleeping in a monastery to crowdfunding the future of Pompeii, these are our alternative travel ideas for true Italophiles. […]

Top 5 family activities in Los Cabos, Mexico

Top 5 family activities in Los Cabos, Mexico

Located at the tip of Mexico’s sunny Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos appeals to many different types of travelers – from groups of friends looking to party the night away to honeymooners in search of a romantic beach retreat. While Cabo was long synonymous with Spring Break, over the decades it has gained a deserved reputation […]

Did you miss another $700+ business class fare to Europe?

Did you miss another $700+ business class fare to Europe?

If you searched business class fares between Boston and Frankfurt with mainstream carriers on 9th May, most of the fares probably seemed very expensive. If you ran the same search a week later, it was still overpriced and may have seemed like nothing had changed. Whether you used Kayak, Orbitz or airline websites to search, […]

Photograph of the week: Tower Bridge, London

Photograph of the week: Tower Bridge, London

London’s Tower Bridge was built in the late nineteenth century and spans the River Thames, connecting Tower Hamlets to the north and Southwark to the south. Designed by Sir Horace Jones, the central span of the bridge can be raised and lowered to allow ships through. Today, you can visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition which […]

Top 5 luxury cruises in Indochina

Top 5 luxury cruises in Indochina

Most people, when travelling, want to step away from the beaten path – to combine world-class highlights with forays into the untouched and unknown regions of the world. Unfortunately, venturing away from the well-trodden tourist hotspots usually means compromising on creature comforts: trading off on quality accommodation and services to enjoy the best, most unspoilt […]

Luxury travel for less

Luxury travel for less

We all want to pay a little less for our holidays but the question is how without compromising on quality?  The answer is often by booking early and booking through a tour operator or travel agent.  Tour operators get tremendous deals from hotels, rail companies and cruises which they can package and pass on to […]

5 things to do on a luxury stay in Madeira

5 things to do on a luxury stay in Madeira

Madeira is a really beautiful island and apart from its beautiful sights, a fascinating thing about it is the contrast in the weather. The northern and southern parts are different, with the north being more humid and it is also possible to travel from the sunny coast to mountain peaks donned in snow in the […]

Photograph of the week: Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo

Photograph of the week: Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo

It’s estimated that around 100,000 people pass through Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo every hour, making it the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. The traffic lights are on a two-minute cycle with pedestrians coming from five directions. On the second floor of the Q-Front building on the north side of the crossing is a Starbucks […]

Tanzania's top 5 off the beaten track

Tanzania’s top 5 off the beaten track

Tanzania is best known for its mainstream safari areas, in particular the northern safari circuit – this includes the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti along with the lesser-known national parks of Lake Manyara and Tarangire. Even less frequently visited, but fast-growing in popularity, is Southern Tanzania. Here, a combination of the Selous Game Reserve […]

Bordeaux luxury barge cruise sunset

Beautiful Burgundy: best enjoyed on a private luxury barge cruise

Stunning sunsets are mirrored on the twilight water of meandering rivers, which adorn the beautiful Burgundy hills. And, thanks to Edge Charter, your private luxury barge cruise route is embraced by verdant hillsides, picturesque villages and pretty French vineyards: a landscape which no doubt will inspire you, just as it inspired artists Turner and Sisley. […]

Top 10 places to sail in the UK

Top 10 places to sail in the UK

As an island with a rich maritime legacy, Britain has more than its fair share of fantastic boating spots. So, whether you’re just dipping a toe into the world of sailing or are a seasoned pro, with summer on the horizon we’ve put together our top 10 places to set sail on the UK’s waters. […]

7 luxury experiences in Venice in only 24 hours

7 luxury experiences in Venice in only 24 hours

When you live in a small mountain town up in the white Dolomites you grab any chance to drive down to Venice and if you only have 24 hours, well that’s when you want to make most of all the luxurious and special assets and commodities that this magical city has to offer. Novecento Boutique […]

3 of the UK's remotest places to dine and drink

3 of the UK’s remotest places to dine and drink

Got screen fatigue? Tired of being constantly connected? Fancy a digital detox? If you’ve answered ‘yes’, ‘yes’ and ‘oh yes’ to these questions, then perhaps it’s time to head ‘off grid’ for a bit? Here’s three out-of-the-way spots where you can taste the remoteness in the air (also known as ‘fresh air’ to city folk) and where your phone will […]

Warsaw at night

Inspirational places in Poland that you won’t want to miss

In choosing a travel destination, we often thirst for enriching experiences, beauty, palpable history and an injection of another culture. In fact T.S. Eliot said: “We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” So many […]

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