Packing in information on global cities, hotels, tourist destinations, travel business articles, and travel tips all into one blog, is a tall order, but ‘Worldwide Travel Directory’ are up to the challenge. Our worldwide travel guide offers up regular doses of news and opinion, and an insight into different types of holidays. You could see anything from cruises to adventure breaks covered, along with plenty of . . . → Read More: Welcome
There’s just over a month remaining to see the major Georgia O’Keeffe retrospective at the Tate Modern (until 30 October). Best known for her paintings of magnified flowers and New Mexico desert landscapes, the exhibition showcases many of her most important works, including Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1, 1932, the most expensive painting by a female artist ever sold at auction.
If the exhibition has left you feeling inspired to . . . → Read More: Kudu Travel’s cultural walking tour in New Mexico and Colorado
Long considered the playground of the rich and famous, the coastal city of Dubai has been enjoying a surge in interest from tourists. UK travel retailer Holiday Hypermarket has only recently added Dubai to their extensive list of holiday destinations, but the number of bookings to the city is already exceeding expectations.
In 2015 the area welcomed a staggering 14.3 million visitors, up by more than a . . . → Read More: Holiday Hypermarket reports surge in UK tourists enjoying affordable luxury in Dubai
One of the great advantages of sightseeing on an island the size of Barbados is that it doesn’t take long to get from one enticement to the next. The only trouble is, you are likely to wear yourself out with all the sensory enjoyment. So do as the Bajans do and take it easy, go slowly, and savour the moment.
Excellent tours are available, by coach, taxi . . . → Read More: Sightseeing in Barbados
Quark Expeditions ® , the leading provider of expeditions to the Polar Regions, announces the roll out of its greatest arctic season of all time. Two new itineraries and the exciting relaunch of passenger-favourite, small expedition ship Sea Adventurer mark the occasion. As part of this announcement, passengers booking a 2017 arctic expedition will also enjoy the most multi-faceted Early Booking Bonus in the company’s . . . → Read More: Quark Expeditions reveals details of it’s greatest arctic season of all time
A dormant destination not so long ago; out of sight and true to the word, as much out of mind. Decades later…it was a whole new story altogether. One of those countries of scale with a real tourism strategy and steady rhythms of economic development, Philippines today packs a variety of attractions for mainstream tourism streamlining it beyond traditional hubs at Malaysia, Indonesia and Hong Kong. . . . → Read More: Overseas Hotspots – Ever considered Philippines?
Best selling author Russell Streeter wants to get you out of your hotel to experience the wonders and delights that this beautiful Caribbean island has to offer!
“With her romantic beaches, geological wonders and lush tropical flora, it’s easy to see why Saint Lucia is called the ‘Helen of the West Indies’!” said Streeter. “Whether it’s the world’s only drive-in volcano, the unspoiled rain forests, . . . → Read More: 101 Things To Do and Places To See in Saint Lucia
Weddings are now even more wonderful! Named the ‘World’s Leading Wedding Resort’ for the second year running at the prestigious World Travel Awards last December, the InterContinental Samui Baan Taling Ngam is adding to and improving on its range of wedding packages. The resort has just launched a new luxury wedding package including accommodation for the married couple and their guests in 4 beachfront villas boasting . . . → Read More: InterContinental Samui Upgrades Thailand Wedding Packages
Paris is the city of dreams, light and love. It needs no further introduction. It is the mecca for historians, art enthusiasts and the romantics.
It is no secret that Paris offers countless world-class museums and art galleries. Out of an extensive list of museums in Paris, here’s a list of some of the most attractive ones; all of which deserve a spot on your bucket list.
The . . . → Read More: 5 must-see museums in Paris
The first Slow Travel Fest – Italy’s first festival dedicated entirely to slow and sustainable travel – attracted around 2000 visitors to the small medieval town of Monteriggioni, near Siena, and the neighbouring hamlet of Abbadia a Isola.
The aim of the Tuscany-based festival, staged 9-11 October 2015, was to encourage visitors to explore the area – and particularly the ancient pilgrim route of the Via Francigena . . . → Read More: Slow Travel Fest Italy’s first festival on green tourism
The Canary Islands are a great all year round destination
The Canary Islands are many people’s idea of a dream holiday getaway. A massive advantage is that these Spanish islands is that you can plan your visit at any time of year because the warm year round climate is fairly predictable.
If you are planning on visiting more than one of the islands in this small Atlantic chain . . . → Read More: Canary Island Holiday Ideas