Flight Centre Travel Blog


Jun 29 2015

An Insider’s Guide to Wildlife Photography

Helen Winter

Getting the perfect shot isn’t easy – and it’s even harder when you’re trying to snap a moving, unpredictable subject. It’s an art that professional wildlife photographer (and head of Flight Centre’s Creative Studio) Andrew Sproule has mastered though, and been recognised for. So how … Continue reading

Jun 26 2015

Adventure in Western Canada: Jasper & Banff

Alexandra Gregg

Having departed Vancouver two days prior, Alexandra Gregg continues her journey across Western Canada – keeping a keen eye out for bears in particular… Jubilant about Jasper We rolled off the Rocky Mountaineer (literally rolled, having been stuffed with fine food) into the time-warp … Continue reading

Jun 25 2015

Adventure in Western Canada: Vancouver

Alexandra Gregg

Maple leaves, uninterrupted snow, mounties. We’ve all heard the Canadian stereotypes. But that’s all they are – sweeping observations that barely provide a snapshot of this vast country. The truth is: nothing can prepare you for the sheer beauty and scale of what Canada … Continue reading

Jun 24 2015

Behind the Scenes at Ho Lee Fook: Interview with Chef Jowett

Rachel Surgeoner

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog Meet the young Taiwanese-born chef who’s taking Hong Kong by storm with his casually hip Hong Kong establishment, Ho Lee Fook. Serving Chinese flavours best enjoyed with an open mind and strong appetite, Chef Jowett … Continue reading

Jun 22 2015

Take a Bite Out of Tasmania

Flight Centre UK

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog The fertile soils of the Apple Isle and the icy waters of the Tasman Sea and Southern Ocean work cohesively to produce fresh, flavoursome produce that has put Tasmania on the map for foodies far … Continue reading

Jun 19 2015

Cycling Around Southeast Asia

Buffalo Tours

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog Southeast Asia has long been a favourite travel destination. For many years a rising number of travellers have been eager to take advantage of the region’s splendid scenery and the disposition of its friendly locals. … Continue reading

Jun 17 2015

Born to be Wild: Nature Encounters in Queensland

Tatyana Leonov

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog Underwater havens abundant in sea life, native creatures and cute critters, there’s so much wildlife to find in Queensland. Attempting to discover it all can take you from one end of Australia’s Sunshine State right … Continue reading

Jun 15 2015

How to Live Like a Local in New York

Suzanne Bearne

Ticked off Central Park when you first visited New York? Is the Metropolitan Museum of Art as familiar to you as the Tate Modern here in London? Have you already been dazzled by the soul-stirring vistas courtesy of the Top of the Rock and … Continue reading

Jun 12 2015

Orlando: Not Just for Children

Flight Centre UK

This post originally appeared on the Flight Centre Canada blog. Think Orlando is just for families and children? Think again! Canadian Travel Consultant April Caldwell shares her recent experience visiting Orlando and Disney World, and explains why this destination has so much to offer adults looking for … Continue reading

Jun 10 2015

The UK’s Best Airline Lounges

First & Business

Restaurants, massages, saunas, champagne rooms, DJ booths – the new era of airport lounges has arrived. To talk us through the latest and greatest offerings from the word’s best premium airlines, we asked James Howe of First and Business Earling to share his expertise. … Continue reading