6 best camps to sleep under the stars in Kenya

6 best camps to sleep under the stars in Kenya By Graham Carter on Mar 26, 2021 in Accommodation, Adventure Travel, Africa, Camping, Hotels, Kenya, Leisure Travel, Regions, Resorts, Speciality Travel Although the wildlife in Kenya is second-to-none, the stargazing experience is definitely worth mentioning. On a clear night, the stars in the sky are […]

Untamed Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama

With chilled-out Caribbean vibes on one side and the monster Pacific swells on the other, Central America is perched between the most heavenly tropical beaches. These sun-drenched powdery sands sculpt a golden frame of a treasure chest of cultures and lush rain and cloud forests full of life. Let us take you to the most […]

My favorite golf resorts for non-golfers in the American South

For golfers and non-golfers alike, these three southern golf resorts provide a perfect luxury getaway. I must begin by stating that I’m not a golfer. I love looking at golf courses, and I’m a fan of the stylish outfits all the golfers wear these days, but a golfer, I am not. That said, golf resorts […]

6 amazing things to do in Tenby, southwest Wales

Picture postcard views are sometimes just that, and none more so than in Tenby. Quite fittingly in the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the Welsh Riviera, every day is like a holiday, where you can get lost in a daydream of panoramic views. The town, which was originally a 13th Century fishing harbour, holds a […]

Yachting paradise in Croatia on board motor yacht SEAGULL II

Croatia offers an abundance of spectacular cruising grounds, perfect to explore on a summer yacht charter. Boasting exceptional marine life, fascinating culture and a truly captivating coastline, there is something for everyone in this region of the Adriatic. Soak up the delights  on board 54m beautifully restored classic motor yacht SEAGULL II, packed with allure […]

5 of the best family retreats to plan for your next holiday

By Kristof Eyckmans on Mar 22, 2021 in Accommodation, Africa, Asia, Europe, Family Travel, Hotels, Ireland, Maldives, Regions, Resorts, South Africa, Speciality Travel, Thailand, Western Europe While the Covid 19 restrictions continue to limit our freedom to travel whenever and wherever we want, we tend to forget the fact that our children also miss going […]

Spotlight on Africa’s Big 5

The elephant, lion, leopard, Cape buffalo and rhino came to be known collectively as the ‘Big 5’ in the 1800s when big game hunters found these animals to be the most dangerous and difficult in Africa to successfully – and safely – bring down. Now, many decades later and after significant conservation work, going on […]

5 reasons to visit central Spain

By Jenny Wilkinson on Mar 21, 2021 in Attractions, Europe, Food and Drink, Going Out, Regions, Road Travel, Spain, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe The epicentre of Spain defines so much of the culture that flows from here to its borders and coastlines. Journey into the provinces that circle Madrid and you will discover […]

10 of the best things to do in Ireland

A small island that packs a beautiful punch. People travel from far and wide to play a round of golf on an Irish ‘green’, visit the world’s largest Titanic experience, and search for the ‘luck of the Irish’. Yet there is so much more to this vibrant, verdant land, home to breathtaking landscapes, fascinating history, […]

London’s most exciting new luxury hotels

Coronavirus plus Brexit will probably put a huge, but temporary dent in the number of visitors London receives (22 million in 2019). Despite that, a number of exciting new hotels have just/will soon be opening, proving that the UK capital still has massive appeal. Not only that, many of these hotels will offer unique designs, […]

The colours of Fuerteventura

It certainly looks very promising that we will soon be able to return to holidaying abroad. With the increasing vaccine rollout, confidence is once again returning to the traveller.  The Canary Island of Fuerteventura is proving to be a popular choice for the latter part of this year onwards. This Spanish island may conjure up […]

Recipe of the week: Cioppino seafood stew

Cioppino done maximum flavor style! This dish was inspired by its complex history. Cioppino was developed in the late 1800s by Italian immigrants who fished off Meiggs Wharf and lived in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, many from the port city of Genoa. When a fisherman came back empty handed, they would walk […]

Most instagrammable locations in Dubrovnik region

From photo-friendly landmarks and Game of Thrones scenery to stunning works of nature, there is no wonder that Dubrovnik is one of the most popular places in Europe. With fewer people travelling during the (post) pandemic times, you can make beautiful (Instagram) images with no filters needed. Only breath-taking scenery! Lord Byron once described Dubrovnik […]

Iceland opens its borders to the entire world (if vaccinated)

This months post will be a little more ‘breaking news’ style than normal. But for good reason. Iceland, as of the 19th of March 2020, will officially open its borders to anyone (and I mean anyone) around the world who has been double vaccinated or has a certificate confirming you have antibodies. Read on to […]

10 perfect Palma rooftops

Just a short hop Palma couldn’t be more accessible for a break from most European cities and is also increasing in popularity with American visitors since the recent award winning showing of BBC’s The Night Manager and now the The Mallorca Files being aired on US TV. The city is compact and easy to negotiate […]