Posts Tagged ‘can’

Surfin’ safari in South Africa

Surfin’ safari in South Africa

The Garden Route – more renowned for its wildlife than its waves – may not be the first place you might think of to surf. The waters aren’t as warm as those off Hawaii, the breaks not as epic as along Australia’s Gold Coast, and the beaches not as iconic as in California. (more…)

A cosy cabin for cyclists

A cosy cabin for cyclists

There are more than 331 miles of bike trails in Wales – and that’s not even counting all the cross-country opportunities for mountain bikers. Cyclists can explore the countryside and go off-piste in the Cambrian Mountains with some of the most dramatic views in the UK, and relax in a charming cabin-for-two afterwards. (more…)

Holidays for all the family

Holidays for all the family

It’s not easy arranging a holiday that the whole family will enjoy – especially when you have teenagers. Thankfully, travel specialists Cazenove + Loyd has launched a new range of itineraries aimed specifically at families with older children. (more…)

Blown away in Polynesia

Blown away in Polynesia

When the first Asian explorers reached Polynesia by boat 2,000 years ago, what must they have thought of the dramatically beautiful South Pacific islands?

It’s a question you can ponder from the water, as the traditional means of island transport, the vaka, becomes available to international travellers for the first time. (more…)

Get fit in Thailand

Get fit in Thailand

For those wanting a new approach to a fitness regime, Paresa Phuket in Thailand is now offering complimentary ‘Muay Thai’ or Thai boxing classes to guests throughout the week.

The luxury hotel, set on the Western Coast of Phuket on the shores of Kamala, aims to teach the iconic martial art that emphasises exercise and defence. (more…)

Track chimps in Uganda

Track chimps in Uganda

Wildlife enthusiasts can now track our closest living relative – the chimpanzee – from a new luxury lodge in Uganda.

Located between the Kyambura Gorge and Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kyambura Gorge Lodge is a prime spot for tracking the mammals. (more…)

Tips for driving abroad

Tips for driving abroad

Hiring a car on holiday is wonderfully liberating, once you’ve got used to driving on the wrong side of the road. But, as with budget flights, the real cost of driving abroad is not hiring the actual car, but all the extras that add up: insurance, prangs, and on-the-spot fines. (more…)

The great Eurostar escape

The great Eurostar escape

Weary city workers can escape to the south of France to sip wine, eat gourmet food and languish in the rugged Gallic countryside for as little as ?69, thanks to a one-off exclusive offer announced by Eurostar this week. (more…)

Special offers for spring from i-escape

Special offers for spring from i-escape

The travel experts at i-escape have some great deals available at luxury hotels, ideal for travellers planning to holiday in spring…

February
Soak up some (very) early summer sun in Mallorca this month, when temperatures are pleasant and signs of spring (look out for almond blossom) are appearing. (more…)

This week’s luxury travel deals

This week’s luxury travel deals

TANZANIA
Lake Manyara Tree Lodge (pictured) is – you guessed it – high up in the forestry of Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania. Ten stilted suites, each with a huge four-poster bed, private deck and outdoor shower, sit above the wilderness where herds of elephant, and the famous tree-climbing lions (don’t worry, the suites are lion-proof) roam. (more…)

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