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5 walking adventures to beat the winter blues

5 walking adventures to beat the winter blues

Beat the winter blues and head on a fantastic walking holiday with CaminoWays.com.

Prolong the family fun at Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco

Prolong the family fun at Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco

This October Half Term, Mazagan Golf & Beach Resort, Morocco, promises to keep the entire family busy, thanks to their great value ‘Autumn Special’, allowing a family of four to stay longer free of charge, enabling them to extend the fun.

In the footsteps of David Attenborough

In the footsteps of David Attenborough

As of last week many of Sir David Attenborough’s most memorable TV moments are available online for the first time ever – and if you feel inspired to follow in the footsteps of Britain's best-known wildlife filmmaker, World Expeditions offers a selection of trips all over the world where you can get up close and personal with some of the most amazing creatures on earth.

Rubondo Island Camp Opens the Treehouse

Rubondo Island Camp Opens the Treehouse

Rubondo Island Camp is the only camp on Rubondo Island, an uninhabited island 2.5 times the size of Manhattan in Lake Victoria.

A simple principle with a great holiday effect: Island hopping on the Seychelles is the best

A simple principle with a great holiday effect: Island hopping on the Seychelles is the best

Island hopping is a holiday trend that is rapidly gaining popularity on the Seychelles. But to experience the most relaxing holiday possible, there are a few easy rules to follow.

South Africa, Bali and Australia offer best value for overseas weddings

South Africa, Bali and Australia offer best value for overseas weddings

Peak wedding season may be coming to an end in the UK, but couples looking to get married this autumn may be wise to look to get hitched in Hawaii, tie the knot in Thailand or hear wedding bells in Bali.

A long weekend in Fes

A long weekend in Fes

Fes (or Fez) is the third largest city in Morocco (after Casablanca and Rabat), with a population of approximately a million people, and was the capital of Morocco until 1925. The city has two old medinas, one of which is spread over a hillside making it geographically more interesting than that of Marrakech.

Soma Bay: The perfect half-term getaway

Soma Bay: The perfect half-term getaway

Soma Bay, the self-contained holiday paradise on the Red Sea, is Egypt’s best kept secret and considered the leading location for scuba diving, snorkelling, wind surfing, sailing and kite surfing for all ages and levels.

Introducing Dar El Mandar, Fez's new country retreat

Introducing Dar El Mandar, Fez's new country retreat

Fez's most famous destination is its vast medina – Africa's largest, where Palais Amani is located. Here, some 10,000 streets and walkways showcase the city's distinctive character full of sights, sounds and smells.

Emirates' second daily A380 service to Mauritius gets an earlier start

Emirates' second daily A380 service to Mauritius gets an earlier start

Emirates are to launch its second daily A380 service to Mauritius on 26th October this year, instead of 1st December as initially planned.

MARITIM opens second property in Mauritius

MARITIM opens second property in Mauritius

MARITIM Hotels is reinforcing its presence in Mauritius with the opening of a second hotel on this popular tropical island.

Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, secluded, superior and strikingly beautiful

Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, secluded, superior and strikingly beautiful

Approached from a distance, Silhouette Island is a striking sight with a tropical forest and an imposing mountain whose peak tips into a crown of clouded glory.

Witness the festivals of Ethiopia

Witness the festivals of Ethiopia

Specialist operator Travel The Unknown is offering the chance to witness the extraordinary festivals of Genna and Timkat in Ethiopia, ‘The Cradle of Civilisation’.

Ethiopia - a destination crying out for new hotels

Ethiopia - a destination crying out for new hotels

The increasing rate of inbound tourist arrivals and planned events/conferences is widening an already huge gap between demand for international-standard hotels and supply of accommodation in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital.

Affordable Garden Route

Affordable Garden Route

Thanks to the continuing strength of the pound versus the South African rand, Fleewinter has some great deals which are over £600 cheaper than they would have been at the same time last year; for example, the Affordable Garden Route itinerary.