13 Drone Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Western Australia NOW!

We never thought we’d be jealous of an Australian albatross, but dammit – those big birds get some amazing views. With sweeping white sands, jungly tangles, technicolour corals and sea water that looks more like a swimming pool, Western Australia is even more photogenic … Continue reading

July 7, 2017 by Hazel Plush

5 Reasons to Visit Dallas & Fort Worth

If you’ve done the USA’s west coast, and the east coast, or plan on visiting both, Dallas and Fort Worth should also be on your radar. As a three-hour flight from Las Vegas and a four-hour flight from New York, the southern city recently … Continue reading

July 6, 2017 by Lauren Burvill

A Travel Butler’s Guide to Spending 72 Hours in New York City

New York is a mystical place – the stuff of movie romanticism, retail therapy at its best, and Art Deco travel landmarks, beloved the world over. Its fame, though, means everyone’s got something to say about it, a recommendation or an opinion to give. … Continue reading

July 5, 2017 by Flight Centre UK

Tips for Visiting Dubai and Abu Dhabi During Ramadan

With sunshine and warm weather practically on tap, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are very much year-round destinations to visit. There is, however, one season in the region that offers a different experience to the rest of the year, and that’s Ramadan. I recently visited … Continue reading

July 4, 2017 by Lauren Burvill

Discover Sydney, Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef with Flight Centre

Can you really see enough of Australia in a fortnight? Yes you can. Lauren Jarvis takes us on Flight Centre’s two-week Sydney, Rock & Reef Journey, covering the wonders of the Land Down Under while proving that this trip will leave you with memories that last … Continue reading

July 3, 2017 by Flight Centre UK

How I Ate My Way Along South Africa’s Garden Route

How could you make one of the world’s most beautiful self-drive routes even better? Stuff it with great food of course. And when you discover the culinary treats that pepper South Africa’s iconic Garden Route, you’ll quickly see how this spectacular region could be … Continue reading

June 30, 2017 by Chris Steel

Houmas House: What it’s Like to Stay in a Louisiana Plantation Home

“Well think about it – if you had 300,000 acres gentlemen, when was the last time you’d seen a woman, besides sisters and cousins? Cousins was looking good!” When our tour guide, Susan, exclaimed these words to my group, in her classic Southern drawl, … Continue reading

June 29, 2017 by Alexandra Gregg

What it’s Really Like Inside Etihad’s ‘The Residence’

I’m lying down on a soft double bed, nuzzling into a plush duvet. A 27-inch TV shines softly at the end of the bed. If I close my eyes I could easily be in my bed at home in London. Instead, I’m lying in … Continue reading

June 28, 2017 by Lauren Burvill

The Most Vegan-Friendly Places in Europe

It might have been slightly slow to get going but the vegan scene is finally taking off amid the meat and dairy-rich food of Europe. Veganism isn’t necessarily the norm in the world of brie and bratwurst but getting a veggie ‘not dog’ won’t be … Continue reading

June 27, 2017 by Kirsten Cardrick

The Best Ways to Explore Australia

From soaring above the world’s largest coral reef to hiking mountain passes and paddling down majestic rivers, there are as many ways to explore Australia as there are wonders to behold… BY AIR: Take your breath away While the Great Barrier Reef offers myriad … Continue reading

June 26, 2017 by Flight Centre UK