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The top 3 luxury safari and beach combinations

The top 3 luxury safari and beach combinations

Safari and beach holidays and honeymoons are some of the most coveted and wondrous things people do – often after one of these luxury safaris people get bitten by the ‘African bug’ and end up returning over and over again. There are hundreds of amazing luxury safari destinations and hundreds of wonderfully remote and beautiful […]

Photograph of the week: Beaches aglow in the Maldives

Photograph of the week: Beaches aglow in the Maldives

Beaches at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island glow blue at night with bio-luminescent phytoplankton. The glow is activated by movement and here the lapping of the waves on the shore reveals them as a beautiful glowing line. Bio-luminescence is seen around the Maldives from September to December. Thank you to Adam Bruzzone of Adam Bruzzone Photography for […]

5 tips for getting an upgrade to first class

5 tips for getting an upgrade to first class

Everyone that’s taken a long haul flight has at some point wished to be given a free upgrade, or maybe you’ve just taken a fair few short haul flights and wished that just one time the air hostess would beckon you to the front into business class. Either way, if you’ve been passed over for an […]

The top 3 Botswana luxury safari combos

The top 3 Botswana luxury safari combos

Botswana has long been known as the home of luxury safaris in Africa – this is not surprising. This country is an absolute haven for wildlife, not least because a few years ago the Botswana government dedicated its entire army to anti-poaching. The wildlife here is thriving and thanks to forward thinking many years ago, […]

For the best food, festivals and fun, head to Montreal, Canada

For the best food, festivals and fun, head to Montreal, Canada

Just like the United States postal service’s motto, “Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail” shall prevent Montrealers from throwing a fabulous festival. Be it musical, comedy, fashion, dance, circus, film or food & wine based, they’ve got it covered, and leave it to those crazy/generous Canadians to throw many a bash for free-particularly […]

Interview with Kat Judge, Owner and Head Chef of AliKats Mountain Holidays

Interview with Kat Judge, Owner and Head Chef of AliKats Mountain Holidays

Kat Judge, along with her husband Al, runs the chalet company AliKats Mountain Holidays based in Morzine, France. They offer truly exceptional catered Alpine chalet holidays to their guests. Ever since Al and Kat met at a fancy dress party in Stoke Newington in 2006, they talked about moving from London to the Alps to […]

Recipe of the week: Filet Oscar

Recipe of the week: Filet Oscar

The Filet Oscar is a classic recipe that blends two true heroes in ‘surf and turf’ with an authentic American steakhouse twist. “Oscar Style” literally means topping one of the finest steaks, the filet, with the fresh taste of asparagus, generous servings of lump crab meat and a creamy Béarnaise sauce. The result is a […]

The top Caribbean resorts

The top Caribbean resorts

The Caribbean is the perfect destination for a relaxing vacation. Boasting picturesque beaches, charming towns and friendly locals, the Caribbean has it all. Whether you opt for the intimate island of Antigua or somewhere more upbeat like Jamaica, you won’t regret your decision to vacation in the Caribbean. We’ve made a list of the top […]

Visit Casablanca on a private Morocco tour

Visit Casablanca on a private Morocco tour

Casablanca rates always high on the list of those that want to take on a Morocco private tour. In spite of its myth, Casablanca nowadays appears to be but a large congested city with not much in the way of interesting sites, except perhaps for the second largest mosque in the world. But is that […]

A first-timer's guide to Latin America

A first-timer’s guide to Latin America

With the World Cup in Brazil, all eyes have been on Latin America. Here is our guide for those planning their first tailor-made holiday to this incredible continent for the first time. We’d like to experience as many highlights as possible, but don’t want to spend half the time travelling. Where would you recommend we […]

4 ways to cure wanderlust in between travel

4 ways to cure wanderlust in between travel

When I returned from Japan a few years ago, it took a while to get back to myself. I was sitting at my desk writing emails, but my heart was wandering the crowded streets of Kyoto. I was squished on a subway that was delayed and packed beyond capacity, and all I could do was […]

The long road home - 5 of the best self-drive routes in Australasia

The long road home – 5 of the best self-drive routes in Australasia

What could be more liberating than to hit the open road and be surrounded by extraordinary landscapes? A self-drive holiday in Australasia, by car or motorhome, is cost-effective, flexible and offers the chance to go at your own pace. Happily, the quality of the roads, the signposts and the style of driving of the locals […]

9 adrenaline thrills for the daredevil in you

9 adrenaline thrills for the daredevil in you

Seeking out danger is not everyone’s idea of a luxury vacation yet for many a week or two of bliss in a lovely hotel is prime time for a thrill or three, if only just to reaffirm just how much you enjoy the feel of a marble floor beneath your feet and a finely made […]

6 places to visit in Holland apart from Amsterdam

6 places to visit in Holland apart from Amsterdam

A lot of tourists start and finish their trip in Holland in Amsterdam and often overlook visiting other interesting places in the country. Lovers of culture come from far and wide to tour the renowned Dutch museums. The cities will charm you, just as they did the great artists, while other attractions such as Keukenhof […]

The common man's guide to luxury travel on a budget

The common man’s guide to luxury travel on a budget

Traveling in luxury is something most people dream of and very few people manage. Some of it depends on where you were born but a lot of it surprisingly also depends on smart planning. After all those years of my parents hammering it down my head it finally starts making sense how important planning is. […]

How to pay less for international roaming

How to pay less for international roaming

Staying in contact with friends and family when you travel can cost a bomb and although the European Commission just dropped international roaming rates in Europe for European residents on 1st July, people from the UK alone are still estimated to spend £500 million on roaming fees this summer – it happens to the best […]

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