Articles tagged with: activity-holidays
Richard Branson and Princess Beatrice may have just completed their Mont Blanc challenge just in time before the end of the season – but if you want to experience Western Europe’s highest mountain there is plenty of time to prepare for next summer!
West Sweden’s famous Shellfish Journey kicks off later this month, at the start of the lobster season (September 24th-November 4th).
DialAFlight is offering an exclusive six-night trip to see the final stages of the world-famous 2013 Dakar Rally in Chile from £4,779pp.
Kate Walker explores the Tambopata National Park in the Peruvian Amazon in search of its thriving wildlife, including the elusive Jaguar
We’ve picked out five of the best a-maze-ing mazes around the world. Get ready to get lost!
Scotland is seen in all its magnificent glory in Disney Pixar’s latest film, ‘Brave’.
Has Team GB’s success at the Olympic Games inspired you to be more active?
Partnering with the stunning Driftwood Hotel in Cornwall, Cloudy Bay will be launching a brand new travel package from August 2012 – The Cloudy Bay Forager Weekend.
The Lee Valley white water center, in Hertfordshire, is going to be the first Olympic venue to open to the public after the Games.
Kate Walker experiences a fitness and yoga retreat in the exotic island of Ilha Grande in Brazil
Fancy climbing an icon? Today, a gloriously sunny day in London, seemed like the opportune time to try out one of the capital’s newest attractions – ‘Up at the 02’ – a new experience allowing visitors to scale the 02 Arena in Greenwich.
France is not longer the top destination for cycle holidays – now 25 per cent more people choose to visit Slovenia instead.
Around 10,000 Humpback whales have already been spotted along the east coast of Australia – suggesting that summer 2012 is going to be a spectacular season for whale spotting.
Litchfield National Park is the Northern Territory’s most popular playground, close enough to be a day trip from Darwin, beautiful enough to spend a whole holiday.
Enjoy summer in Sweden, with traditional canoe, beaver & moose safaris, from £719pp with Sunvil Discovery.
The time for Pimms, strawberries and cheering from Murray Mound has come around once again.
Natasha von Geldern braves the waters of Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, Australia
Alex Stevenson explores Lake Alqueva in Portugal, the largest manmade lake in Europe, on an Amieira Marina boat holiday.
Brits are more likely to try something new whilst they are on holiday rather than when they are at home, according to GoSeeDo.
Tourists will now be able to climb the outside of the 02 arena on a unique new daredevil tour set to launch in June.
Aussie wine has become a ubiquitous part of our dining experience and none more so than that produced in South Australia’s Barossa Valley.
Pembrokeshire’s ancient and dramatic coastline is not just a haven for wildlife; it’s also a haven for the adventurous adrenaline junkie.
Lanzarote is limbering up for the annual Iron Man triathlon in May, which is widely regarded as one of the toughest events of its kind on the planet.
Travel writer, entertainer and modern-day adventurer Charley Boorman is preparing to set out on his next jaunt.
Switzerland is making a big splash this summer with a new campaign – The Year of Water.