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The five most romantic cities in the world

Vilnius, Quebec, Cape Town, Bruges, Paris You know how it is, you’ve been together for a while and despite the occasional date night, maybe the romance has waned just a bit and you want to get it back. Or maybe you’ve finally got the kids out of school/uni/off your...

Broome – A breathtaking landscape

.In the last two blogs, we’ve explored the Kimberley and the Pilbara. Both astonishing places. But there’s still one final place in the region to explore, the most well known of the three, Broome. Broome offers some of the most amazing sites and activities, which...

European cruising with a difference

Albania – Photo by Egzon Bytyqi on Unsplash When I say cruising in Europe, what goes through your mind? Most likely something along the lines of a traditional river cruise down the Rhine in Germany, the Seine or Rhone in France or the Danube (which flows through...

New York, New York, pt.2 – Visiting in Winter

In the last blog, “New York, New York pt. 1 – Visiting in Summer”, we explored a number of must-do summer activities. However, if you’re planning a holiday to the Big Apple in the winter, with sub-zero temperatures and blizzards a possibility, your to-do list might...

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...

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...

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...