North & Central America
Philadelphia has experienced a culinary revolution over the decades and today has a plethora of world-class fine-dining restaurants, quaint bistros, friendly BYOBs and relaxing outdoor cafes, establishing itself firmly as a top dining destination.
For holidaymakers who want to come back glowing with health – and even use their trip to kick start a healthier lifestyle - a new range of spa holidays has been introduced by Elite Island Resorts at four of its resorts in the Caribbean.
Dominica is known as the Whale Watching Capital of the Caribbean, as the only country in the world where the Sperm whale lives year round. Plus with 22 of the 33 known cetacean species seen in Dominica it really is a whale watchers paradise.
Snow tubing, skiing, skating, snowboarding and around 150 cross-country trails, West Virginia offers an extended winter season for all skiers and winter enthusiasts with slope elevations reaching 5,000 feet and an abundance of natural and man-made snow.
To be the very best, you have to learn from the very best. That’s why International Academy (IA), with more than 12 years of experience, offers only the highest quality instructor programmes in partnership with resident ski and snowboard schools in selected world-class resorts.
In recognition of Barbados's newly awarded UNESCO heritage status, classic Bajan hotel, Cobblers Cove, has launched a series of tailor-made heritage tours, to take visitors beyond the beach.
Philadelphia offers diversity of experiences for its international visitors to enjoy. The metropolitan and dynamic city is truly coming into its own with its world class art collections, iconic public art displays, fascinating museums and internationally acclaimed artists, concert performances and cultural events.
US specialist, Bon Voyage, reckons its short break packages to Las Vegas – which include a ticket to see superstar Celine Dion live in concert – are the ideal Christmas present for the man, or woman, who has everything.
Thanks to California's early snowfall resorts including Mammoth Mountain and Heavenly, Northstar California, Squaw Valley and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe are all now open for the season.
Since Prince Harry’s blow-out in Las Vegas made the headlines, popularity of America’s party capital has rocketed among holidaymakers looking to create their own hedonistic break.
St. John's, the capital of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, is the perfect combination of big-city luxury and small-town charm. As the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives.
Set in the verdant tropical surrounds of Port Antonio overlooking the ocean, Trident Castle and Trident Hotel from music industry veterans Jon Baker and Steve Beaver are to be two new luxury escapes under The Geejam Collection and are set to revitalise this vibrant community, returning the town to its glorious heyday when Errol Flynn washed his boat ashore there in the 50s.
California has something for every foodie, from local organic, home-grown produce to coastal cafes serving up the freshest fish and the finest Michelin-starred restaurants.
Florida’s wonderful weather (20-22 degrees of warmth by day, 10-11 hours of daylight and zero humidity) makes it a great winter sun choice for couples and families alike, for beachside relaxation, Miami city breaks, active holidays or theme park thrills.
Wrapping up in winter woollies and skating off across a glittering open-air ice-rink in the hand of a loved one is arguably the most quintessential Christmas experience in New York.
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