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September and October are two of the best months of the year for trekking, when the crowds have gone and the fierce summer sunshine is starting to cool.
The “World’s Best” Crystal Cruises is introducing a new expedition-style voyage traversing the Arctic Ocean via the legendary Northwest Passage – one so mysterious and remote (500 miles north of the Arctic Circle) that explorers spent centuries seeking the passage, until it was first completed successfully by Roald Amundsen just over 100 years ago.
Rejuvenate your body and mind in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside with a Pilates Retreat at Spa Illuminata Danesfield House. The weekend retreat will take place on Saturday 20th - Sunday 21st September 2014.
Family holidays will be even more exciting this summer as Acacia Africa have three very different experiences on offer. Small group trips, upscale lodges and glamping options, and a new accommodated overland collection are available for those with kids in tow, the tour operator making Africa more affordable.
Ranch Rider is introducing a New Medicine Lodge "Winter" Horse Gather. Run by the Silver Spur Working Ranch in Idaho, the terrain and temperature at this time of year will present fresh challenges for experienced riders - the usual back to basics summer camping replaced with cosy cabins and the transfer to the ranch made by horse drawn sleigh.
To capitalise on a bumper summer that has seen a World-Cup-inspired 43% increase in UK bookings, boutique Amazon River specialist Rainforest Cruises has launched a new cruise and lodge package in Peru.
One of South West’s most popular wedding and business venues is to undergo a major £100,000 facelift extending its private party and conference facilities.
Offering intimate accommodation and personalised service in exclusive spots, with arguably the best guides in Africa to take you through some of the world’s last true wildernesses, Robin Pope Safaris captures the absolute essence of a perfect safari honeymoon in Zambia and/or Malawi.
Tom Cruise and Patrick Swayze have proved superstar soaraways in Stamford – with movie tickets for Top Gun and Dirty Dancing a sell-out at this summer’s Burghley Film Festival.
KwaZulu Natal may be South Africa's third smallest province but this doesn't stop it packing a punch as far as experiences are concerned with two World Heritage sites, fabulous beaches, the Big Five, historic battlefields and a colourful Zulu culture.
Jaguar has extended its support as an Innovation Partner to Team Sky by designing, engineering and building a bespoke F-Type Coupe high performance support vehicle for the team to use during Stage 20 of the race. Stage 20 of the 2014 Tour de France will see riders traverse from Bergerac to Perigueux.
If your favourite view of the world is through a lens, you'll find Yukon an irresistible photo shoot.
A survey by Britain’s leading road safety organisation has shown that more than a quarter of those taking a car or motorbike into Europe on holiday will travel without having their transportation checked or serviced in any way.
After the Christmas and New Year rush has subsided, experience the joys of skiing in January with near-empty pistes, excellent snow conditions and favourable prices.
Travelling through India by train must surely rank as one of life’s most memorable experiences. Apart from the sheer assault on the senses of its unfamiliar array of sights and sounds, this intoxicating country is also home to some of the world’s most fascinating - and historic – railway experiences, many of which can be enjoyed on an escorted itinerary with specialist tour operator, Ffestiniog Travel.
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