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From travel trends to wanderlust-inducing destination ideas, stay up to date with the latest in the travel industry with our blog.

Best destinations for your 2018 honeymoon


Each year, more and more couples are choosing to spend their first week or two of married life somewhere far-flung and exotic. Chances are, you’ve spent months, even years planning your big day, so you deserve to kick back and jet off somewhere spectacular for your honeymoon.

Last minute long haul holidays you should take on a whim


Going on holiday is one of the best things you can do for mind, body and soul. The only thing better than taking a holiday, is taking one on a whim.

How to choose which Maldives island to visit


With their pristine beaches, crystal clear waters and year-round hot weather, it’s little wonder that millions of holidaymakers are drawn to the pearlescent white sands of the Maldives each year.

Best Holiday Destinations for February


Sometimes, a trip somewhere warm and sunny in February is a necessity rather than a luxury. Booking a week or two of vitamin D and relaxation somewhere far away is the perfect antidote to the winter blues. Luckily, there are plenty of places to escape the UK during the grim winter months. Here’s our pick of the best places to holiday in February.

Mauritius or Maldives? Which to choose for your luxury escape


The oceanic fauna of the Maldives is fascinating, with whale sharks and manta rays paying seasonal visits. Look out for sea turtles, whales and dolphins, and head to the Baa Atoll for a diving experience you will never forget. Named as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in 2011, this area of the Maldives offers views of some of the most astounding coral reefs imaginable. You can even go on organized hiking trips between the islands, crossing on sand bars in sometimes waist-deep water and navigating your way around beautiful coral and rock formations. Maldivian saltwater creatures outnumber land mammals heavily – however, you’ll still get the chance to come across flying foxes and geckos.