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On 1st February 1952 a 25-year old Princess Elizabeth travelled to Kenya as part of a Commonwealth tour. The trip would prove to be life changing when five days later upon receiving news of her father’s death she was to succeed to the throne.
As David Cameron heads off to Brussels in an attempt to find a way out of the Eurozone financial crisis, one British holiday firm has found a way to dramatically reduce prices to certain countries around the world, where prices are coming down as the value of sterling is heading upwards.
Walks Worldwide has launched its 2012/13 programme which reveals 9 new trips, ‘Experts’ Choice’ walks and a ‘Superior Collection’ for those who don’t want to compromise on the serious walking aspect of the holiday but who would rather stay in more comfortable accommodation.
The Land Rover In Action Exhibition week (14 – 18 Nov 2011) at the prestigious Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in London will coincide with Land Rover's 8th Anniversary with China Exploration & Research Society (CERS), one of Land Rover's six Global Humanitarian and Conservation Partners.
2012 offers a unique selection of celestial attractions for travellers with an interest in science, astronomy and all things natural. Specialist tour operator Astro Trails has launched a wide ranging programme of holidays featuring some of nature's most extraordinary displays.
Titan Travel, the award-winning tour operator, has revealed its latest Worldwide brochure with a completely new look and feel.
Families Worldwide reports a surge in booking for its adventurous holidays in Asia.
The words ‘cheap holidays’ usually conjure up a mental image of poor quality, concrete sky-rises on the Costas or being fenced in behind barbed wire at all-inclusive fortress-like hotels in Tunisia.
Families Worldwide has reduced the price of its 11-day Rift Valley Explorer adventure holiday, departing 19 October, by £100 per person*.
Families Worldwide has spaces on it small group adventure holiday to Namibia departing 5 August. Namibia is one of the world's best wildlife destinations and combined with varied landscapes and hospitable people make it an enthralling holiday destination.
Oceans Worldwide – the holiday company affiliated to WDCS (the Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society) – has knocked a hefty £250 pp off its 12-night Blue Whales & Dolphins trip to Sri Lanka departing 3 December 2011.*
Four charities have received over £25,000 from Ford in recognition of their supporters' participation in the all-new Ford Focus Global Test Drive.
As the summer months roll in across the Middle East, travelers can beat the heat with the wind in their face and the sun on their back as Fairmont invites guests to explore the world’s forests - from the mangroves of Abu Dhabi, to foothills of Mount Kenya’s National Park and the urban landscape of London’s Royal Parks.
Trekking holidays company Walks Worldwide has a few places left on its unique Walking with Bears trip to the High Tatras Mountains of Slovakia departing 14 August.
Britain’s leading guided walks operator, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, is offering a 17 day tour of Kenya’s stunning Rift Valley – renowned for its dramatic landscapes, tribal culture and wildlife.
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