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Ancient Cities of the World – Part 1: The Americas

It’s hard to imagine a city can get lost in time, isn’t it? However, once thriving and home to unique ancient cultures, some of the world’s greatest cities are no more. Be it from human rule or natural disaster, the cities on this list might be in ruins, but they’re...

5 things to do in Canada (besides hitting the slopes)

Is Canada on your bucket list? When you think of Canada, your mind probably wanders toward powdery snow, skiing, snowboarding, gondola rides and chair lifts, tall mountain peaks and sipping hot chocolate by an open fire, right? You’re not alone! But what if you’re...

The Baltic States – somewhere just a bit different

Almost all travellers start their wanderlust with a list of countries they’d like to visit. But what happens when you’ve done the usual US, UK, and South Pacific Islands, etc? Almost every week, clients ask for our suggestions for “somewhere that’s a little bit...

3 minutes with Jenny

Where did you go? South Africa – Johannesburg, Madikwe Game Reserve and Cape Town What season was it? It was May – so it was Autumn. Our first day was the coldest May morning in South African history. But the rest of the trip we had amazingly clear weather...

New York, New York, pt.1 – Visiting in Summer

The city that never sleeps. The Big Apple. A city so nice, they named it twice. Whatever you like to call it, as Frank Sinatra said, I want to be a part of it – New York, New York! With so much to do, see and explore in New York City (and a lot of it dependent on the...

New Caledonia – a French twist on the island holiday

Imagine your perfect island holiday. Days spent by the beach lapping up the sun while being served exotic cocktails. Don’t get me wrong; I love a more relaxing holiday as much as the next person. But what if you want a bit more adventure on your holidays? Only a...

Ecotourism in Africa – not just a jungle out there

There’s a new type of travel that has been rising in popularity. Ecotourism continues to grow globally each year by 10-15% and for good reason: you can see some spectacular natural sights without damaging the environment and supporting local communities in the...

Cruising in 3 minutes with Tracey

Tracey was recently a finalist as one of the top three Rising Stars in the cruising industry – celebrated at an awards ceremony in Sydney put on by the International Cruise Council of Australasia as part of the National Cruise Awards. Her nomination recognised...

Altogether now – planning multigenerational holidays

Multigenerational holidays – altogether now… Have you ever thought ‘wouldn’t it be nice for the whole family to go somewhere together for a couple of weeks whilst we all still have the chance’? If so, you’re not alone. Multigenerational holidays are part...