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Three Great Train Journeys Through Asia
Some of the greatest journeys in Asia can be travelled in style on the finest railways in the world. Think outstanding backdrops and exciting excursions with opulent luxury in new exotic places to return to at the end of the day. The Indian Palace on ...
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A Head For Adventure: Hit the Heights of Kilimanjaro
Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain in the world, and is Africa’s highest peak. A dormant volcano located in Northern Tanzania, its summit Uhuru Peak stands at 5,895m or 19,341 ft. Trekkers on fast routes can conquer Kili within 4-5 days, with ...
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Take the Road Less Travelled Through South America
South America is a dream travel destination for many, and its name alone conjures images of impressive Incan ruins, exotic jungle terrain and bustling Latin cities. This guide will outline some of the exciting lesser-known destinations away from the heaving ...
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Lions, Leopards and Luxury on Safari in Africa
An African safari is the trip of a lifetime for many, born out of a childhood sense of adventure. Nothing is quite like the experience of seeing larger-than-life majestic animals roaming free in their own habitat. African safaris are now considered one of the ...
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From Coast to Canyon: A Family Road-Trip Through British Columbia
The landscape of Canada’s British Columbia is one of the great wildernesses of North America, making it the perfect place to explore with your family. Activity holidays starting in Vancouver, venturing into the breathtaking scenery of the Garibaldi Provincial ...
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Posted by Desiree Michels in Travel, Travel and Leisure
Chasing the Bluest Lakes: Alberta, Canada by Road
Driving through the spectacular national parks of Alberta, Canada, is a fantastic way to introduce your family to some of North America’s most picturesque scenery, from lakes and glaciers to mountains and forests. Turn your fly-drive experience into one ...
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Amongst the Wonderful Waters of Whistler
Whistler is a small mountain town in British Columbia, Canada. With exceptional views and abundant wildlife, as well as an array of outdoor adventures, it offers holiday-goers the perfect balance between activity and tranquillity. The Alpine Village of ...
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When a Mates’ Break to Whistler is Just the Ticket
With summer just around the corner, now is the time that you need to start planning a big getaway for the boys. For the active types, you will want a destination that is, essentially, a nature playground where you can have adrenaline-fuelled fun in ...
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Party at Pipe Ground – See Out the Season in Avoriaz
Looking for last minute ski deals for the current season? In April of each year, there is nowhere better to be than the superb French resort of Avoriaz in the heart of the Portes du Soleil region. Why, I hear you ask? Well, you’ll be interested to discover ...
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Dude Where’s My Stomp Pad? And Do I Need One?
I speak to many keen riders who book last minute ski holidays and then panic when they realise that they don’t have all the latest accessories and pieces of gear that they have read about. For snowboarders, the issue of whether or not they need a “stomp pad” ...
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Beginner’s Guide to Ski Lifts
I often find that one of the major causes of anxiety for novice skiers who have just booked last minute ski holidays is not the skiing itself, but using ski lifts for the first time. These can be daunting for first-timers, particularly when everybody else ...
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Say Namaste to the Yoga Festival in Val d Isere
For many of us, skiing is about more than just the sport or the physical exercise. It’s about being out in the fresh air in a beautiful snow-capped mountain landscape and feeling the wellbeing which comes from being outside of your usual daily routine. If ...
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Val d’Isère for Foodies
With 300km of pistes, good altitude and practically guaranteed snow it’s easy to see why skiing in Val d’Isère is so popular with us Brits, but amongst the skiing foodies there is another, far more important, reason. Both on and off the slopes this resort has ...
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Morzine Beyond the Snow: The Après Ski
Morzine is the main town of the Portes du Soleil skiing area, with its 650km of runs encompassing areas in both France and Switzerland. This means that, when you book a holiday here, you know the skiing is going to be good. But what makes Morzine different is ...
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Larking About in Morzine
If you’re looking for a resort where you and the lads can combine a bit of skiing and snowboarding with a load of drinking and having fun, then the French resort of Morzine may be just what you’re looking for. You know what it’s like trying to pick a ...
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