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Event: Traveltime Travel Showcase

Event: Traveltime Travel Showcase This is your personal invitation to the Traveltime Travel Showcase at the prestigious Pennyhill Park Hotel in Bagshot. We would be delighted if you joined us for drinks and canapes. Date: Tuesday 30th April 2024Time: From 7pmWhere: Pennyhill Park Hotel, BagshotRSVP: Email Let us introduce you to a world of […]

Galapagos Islands Wildlife

Galapagos Islands Wildlife The Galapagos Islands are home to a diverse array of wildlife, much of which is found nowhere else in the world. Visitors to the islands have the opportunity to see some famous and iconic species. Galapagos Giant Tortoise: These giant tortoises are the largest living tortoise species and can weigh up to 915 […]

An Evening with Scenic Cruises

Join Scenic Cruises & their UK Managing Director Richard Twynam this February for two evenings of travel inspiration. . . . Explore The ExtraordinaryDate: Tuesday 7th February 2023 Uncover exciting insights into sailing the world’s most spectacular seas and coastlines onboard award-winning yachts. Showcasing luxury yacht cruising at its finest, their intimate vessels, Emerald Azzurra and Emerald […]

Best Africa Safari Holiday Travel Agency UK | 2023 Leaders in Luxury Awards

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been recognised as the Best Africa Safari Holiday Travel Agency – UK by LUXlife Magazine in their 2023 Leaders in Luxury Awards. Our aim is to provide excellent, personal service – whatever your budget and wherever you are travelling. Our ‘human search engines’ will take your brief and find […]

New – Italy tailor-made holiday programme

NEW – Discover Italy as a local We are pleased to introduce our new programme of Italy tailor-made holidays in conjunction with our Italian partner. Italy has much to offer with its magnificent historic cities including Rome, Venice and Florence. For those looking for a more relaxing holiday then scenic Tuscany, The Italian Lakes, Campania […]

Saving the Rhino

A personal account by Tim Moxley, author of RIP Rhinos In Peril, rhino protection volunteer and supporter. I became aware of the plight of rhinos when a good friend of mine spent time as a volunteer on a rhino preservation reserve. She persuaded me to go out and see for myself. I did and am […]

Ecuador Family Holidays

Ecuador Family Holidays You may have seen our recent blog post on Galapagos Islands for family holidays. Now with the help of our expert Julie we explore what there is to do on mainland Ecuador. It may surprise you as there is plenty to do without visiting the Galapagos Islands, although if time and budget […]

The Galapagos Islands for Family Holidays

Where would you recommend to go in  Latin America for a family holiday? There are so many great family holidays to be had in Latin America. If you have older children (age 10 and above), then I would highly recommend a visit to Ecuador & The Galapagos Islands, taking in a cruise to experience their […]

More than a holiday… become a local in Argentina for a few days

More than a holiday … become a local in Argentina for a few days Travel, as they say, broadens the mind. Increasingly we are being asked by our clients for recommendations of places to go and stay where they can be more than just spectators, where they can truly experience the culture and activities of […]

Where to find the best steaks in Buenos Aires?

Where to find the best steaks in Buenos Aires? This is a question many people ask us. The bad news is that there is no simple answer. The good news is that there are so many restaurants where you can enjoy an excellent steak at a reasonable price in the city that you can be […]

Lima, Peru – The new culinary capital of the world?

In recent years, Peru especially Lima has become highly regarded within gastronomical circles, with no less than three of the top fifty best restaurants in the world located there. And now we begin to wonder if it is the new culinary capital of the world? On my recent trip to Peru. I was quite simply, wowed […]

Safaris and Sun-Downers

It’s 05:30 a.m. in the heart of Kruger National Park; darkness and the cold morning air are awaiting me, but the anticipation of what is to come is too thrilling to click snooze on my alarm. And trust me, I am not a morning person. I have been lucky enough to have the chance to […]