The best tasting menus in Barcelona

Barcelona is home to some of the most excellent restaurants that this world has to offer, and thanks to its metropolitan community there is an ample range of cuisines and styles to suit every person’s needs. For those that appreciate the fine dining experience, there is no better way to pass an evening than by […]

Suite of the week: Ambassador Suite Swim Up, TRS Coral Hotel, Costa Mujeres, Mexico

Suite name: Ambassador Suite Swim UpLocation: TRS Coral Hotel, Costa Mujeres, MexicoSize of accommodation: 130 sq mCost per night: $1,263.70Who’s stayed there? Rafa NadalWhat makes it special: This luxury suite has direct access to the Swim Up pool and includes a variety of luxurious and modern amenities. At the adults only and all-inclusive TRS Coral Hotel, the Ambassador Suite swim up […]

Top 7 honeymoon destinations of India

Your honeymoon is such a special time. It is when you get the opportunity to truly connect with your spouse. Experiencing this special time in a land that celebrates love and marital bond can be quite emotionally rewarding. There’s no place in the world that better captures the essence of everlasting love than India. The […]

5 classic two-centre African adventures

By Warwick Blow on Oct 17, 2020 in Adventure Travel, Africa, Featured, Kenya, Regions, South Africa, Speciality Travel, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe Sometimes we just don’t have a lot of time, but we still want all the excitement that only Africa can give. Never fear, there are some absolute classic two centre adventures across the continent […]

The top 5 places to visit in Provence

Go to Provence, they said. You will love all that you see. And they were right. But Provence-Alpes-Cote d-Azur is a region over 31,000 km2 in area and with over 5 million residents. It is close to the Italian Cinque Terre; it borders other beautiful areas of France, such as the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes. When everything is […]

12 terrific truths about The Great Wildebeest Migration

Set apart as one of the most spectacular wonders of the natural world, The Great Migration is the annual journey taken by millions of wildebeest, zebras and other plains game animals migrating clockwise through the Serengeti in Tanzania and Kenya’s Maasai Mara in search of good water and green pastures. It is an iconic event […]

Recipe of the week: Squid with Champagne sauce and caviar

A fresh combination of Nordic ingredients and classical French technique, this squid with Champagne sauce and caviar is comprised of thin ribbons of barely cooked squid and fresh daikon, swimming in a traditional Champagne butter sauce, and topped with an extravagant dollop of caviar. Ingredients 1 whole squid (approximately 0.7 to 1 kg)5dl Champagne100g butter, […]

5 adventures awaiting you as the Ecuadorian mainland re-opens

Ecuador and its legendary Galapagos Islands have been gradually — yet carefully — opening their doors to international travelers since this summer, when the first international flights began arriving in the country with passengers. Prudently applied protocols allow anyone who wants to travel to Ecuador to do so in an environment that’s quite safe, since […]

5 of our favourite villas within luxury hotels in Mallorca

Looking to be independent, but also have the benefits of a wealth of facilities close to hand? Perhaps villa accommodation within a luxury hotel might be an option for you to consider.  Retain your privacy with the benefit of your own private pool. Alternatively, if you feel like the company of other hotel guests, you […]

Winter is coming for Iceland

Winter is coming! A phrase adopted by Game of Thrones many years ago, but also something often muttered by the locals when the first snow falls in the autumn months. For the locals, it spells the end of harvest season and the start of a difficult winter. For tourists, it’s the beginning of a winter […]

Photograph of the week: Social distancing in the giraffe world

During a safari in Northern Tanzania this group of giraffes (called “a tower”) was observed strolling through the Ndutu Plains. The Ndutu Region forms part of the northern section of Ngorongoro Conservation Area and stretches to the unfenced southern reaches of the Serengeti National Park, a meeting point between these two incredible wilderness areas. This […]

Short stay: The Cavendish Mayfair, London, UK

In the true spirit of The Cavendish London you could order The Duchess from The Petrichor Bar: a cocktail of Galliano, Cointreau, orange juice and double cream. Then toast Rosa Lewis, known as the Duchess of Jermyn Street, who worked her way up from humble origins to purchase The Cavendish London in 1902. Back then […]

The re-opening of Uganda’s borders – here’s what you need to know

By Paul Johnson on Oct 12, 2020 in Africa, Regions As of 1st October 2020, Uganda’s borders have reopened, and Entebbe International Airport (EBB) has resumed operations for international airlines following a 6-month closure during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. All of Uganda’s national parks are open to international visitors as well. The reopening […]