The Caribbean has long been a destination associated with luxury, relaxation and natural beauty. The name of this region instantly conjures up images of sun-kissed beaches, azure seas and laidback local communities that are always ready to welcome travellers.
If you’re considering booking a sailing holiday, but don’t have much experience of controlling a yacht or are simply not keen on the idea of relying on the wind to travel from place to place, a powerboat charter is likely to be more appealing.
Thailand is renowned for its stunning tropical islands and there really is no better way to discover these than by boat. Going on a sailing holiday is not only incredibly relaxing, but also a fantastic chance to see another side to a popular destination.
Just because you want to explore the world and experience new cultures, doesn’t mean you have to slum it as you do so. If backpacking isn’t for you, but you’re still looking for that immersive experience, consider an adventure tour.
The Arctic is one of the world’s last true wildernesses and if you’re planning on taking a trip here you’ll see some amazing landscapes and fantastic wildlife. It’s also a good idea to learn about the region before you travel, to make your break that bit more exciting.
When you start a family, you may think that your days of merrily jet-setting around the world are over but that doesn’t have to be the case at all. Of course, you’ll need to change the way you travel, but that doesn’t mean you can’t continue exploring the globe.
While the often dreary weather in the UK might dampen your spirits (no pun intended), some comfort is to be found in the fact that the sun is always shining somewhere in the world. What's more, you can take a holiday in order to catch up with it.
The small medieval town of San Miniato may not be a place you are familiar with, but if you're planning on visiting Tuscany then it's an absolute must-see. After all, this region of northern Italy is renowned for its quaint villages nestled among the rolling hills, and one thing that people tend to enjoy most about a trip to the area is the chance to discover some of these hidden gems.
Nestled in the Haute-Garonne department of France's Midi-Pyrenees area, Toulouse benefits from a prize location at the heart of the country's largest agricultural area. As a result, the ingredients that have made their way into the local cuisine are of the very highest quality, giving the city its own unique luxury food scene.
If you’re looking for an exciting and adventurous luxury getaway with a twist, we’ve got a brilliant suggestion for you - go on a trip to visit some of the New Seven Wonders of the World. These are outstanding landmarks that you should see once in your lifetime.
Sometimes what you really need is a holiday where no expense is spared and everything is top-class. This means staying in the best hotels and eating at the finest restaurants, but as well as that, high-end travellers need some classy activities to do too.
A sailing holiday in the South Pacific is definitely one of the most luxurious and exotic breaks you can go on. There are some wonderful countries and islands to discover in this part of the world, not to mention outstanding sailing conditions to enjoy.
You may think that climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is something that you’d only want to do once, yet there are plenty of people who return to the peak in Tanzania to take on the challenge again - in some cases, multiple times.
Italy is synonymous with luxury and where better for a luxurious city break than the Renaissance city of Florence? Here are some of our top five luxurious activities to do in the city, from gourmet eating, to opera in the Gardens of Boboli and Italian leather glove shopping.