Family Holidays in Hurghada – Egypt

Located on the coast of the Red Sea, Hurghada is Egypt’s second largest city. It was founded early on in the 20th century and large investments and growth in the 1980’s mean that today it has become one of the leading seaside resorts of the region. There are three divisions within the city, El Dahar […]

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New Cruise Ships and Cruises for 2011

The cruising industry continues to grow and improve despite the continuing global economic slow-down. Many new companies have entered the cruising business over the last few years, and as each of these standardises their operations and deals it becomes harder for people to choose which cruise liner to book their cruise trip with. Each cruise […]

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Egypt Adventure Tours

Many adventure travellers flock to Egypt every year due to its rich history and amazing sites.  Egypt adventure tours are becoming popular with travellers who wish to follow in the footsteps of great explorers and Egyptologists such as Howard Carter and Jean Francois Champollion, who first caused intrigue in the western world with their theories […]

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Calpe, Costa Blanca

The coastal holiday resort of Calpe, located along the north Costa Blanca in Spain, between the townships of Benidorm and Moraira, is one of the most popular destinations along this part of seacoast. Peñon de Ifach the unrivalled landmark of the Costa Blanca is a towering peak.  Calpe has a great deal to offer, in […]

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Red Sea Diving

The Red Sea is one of the best places that you go for diving experiences that are unique and enriching. The diving area of the Red Sea is composed of waters that lie between Sudan, Egypt, and Jordan although the best way to approach diving in the Red Sea is from the Egyptian side. It […]

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Sharm el Sheikh

Sharm el Sheikh is on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt and has an international feel to it with many different cultures living there. The area used to be just a desert with some Bedouins, but it has been turned into a popular exotic resort that has luxury hotels with casinos and […]

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The Azores, Portugal, but not Portugal

The Portuguese archipelago (group of small islands) of the Azores offers something for everyone. It’s close enough to home to feel like a regular summer holiday, whilst far enough away (1,000 miles) and different enough from mainland Portugal to feel like something a little more exotic. If you’re a nature lover, you can go whale-watching […]

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