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126. For a Fantastic Family Holiday in Southern Croatia, Think Cavtat
August 22, 2018


Croatia might not be the traditional Mediterranean location for a family holiday, but we think that the beautiful eastern European country will soon rival the Greek islands, southern France and sunny Spain as a top destination. It is towns like Cavtat that are leading this evolution in family tourism. This pretty city is southeast of Dubrovnik and in the Dalmatia region. It is a delectable mixture of ancient history, fine weather and children-oriented activities. Perched on the edge of the Adriatic Sea, it is a hub for both water sports and culture – a package that has something to offer ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

127. Discovering the Wonderful Hidden Gems of Tenerife
August 22, 2018


There is more to Tenerife than busy resorts, throngs of tourists fighting for the sunbeds and crazy nightlife. For anyone with a yearning to discover more about this fabulous destination in the Canaries, there is a lot to discover. For travellers who are intrigued by this island but want to head off the beaten track, escape the Tenerife resorts and explore the hidden gems instead. For a unique holiday that combines beautiful beaches with an authentic local experience, you need to read more than the glossy travel brochures. We have provided a good starting point here. Vilaflor Th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

128. Panthera Tigris: The Two Million Year Evolution of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


There is nothing in the natural world quite as exhilarating as seeing a Tiger in the wild, and there is little doubt that Tiger travel is becoming more and more popular, as awareness about the tenuous survival of this magnificent beast spreads. Despite the intrigue the animal invokes, we have limited knowledge of its evolution and its solitary and secretive behaviour makes studying it difficult. We do, however, have at least some insight into this big cat’s past and how it has evolved into the magnificent animal it is today. How Old? Panthera zdanskyi is the oldest species, and foss... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

129. Global Tiger Day: A Vital Conservation Opportunity
August 22, 2018


For avid animal lovers, seeing the magnificent Panthera tigris in the wild can be one of their most memorable life experiences. The chance to embark on a dedicated Tiger watching tour to the reserves of the Indian subcontinent provides the privileged opportunity to observe these incredible animals in their natural environment. Tiger watching tours not only afford participants a once in a lifetime experience, they also serve to raise awareness of the big cat’s very real conservation issues. It’s an alarming but true statistic that more than 95% of the big cat’s population around the world... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

130. Why Research is So Important to Tiger Conservation
August 22, 2018


For wildlife lovers who also want to contribute to preserving one of the planet’s most iconic species, participating on a Tiger watching tour to the Indian subcontinent is a thrilling and memorable way in which to raise the profile of this magnificent animal. But there are many aspects to the successful conservation of a species, and one of the most important is that of on-going research. In the case of the Tiger, the vast amount of research carried out by scientists and naturalists into the big cat’s habits and behaviour has contributed to a great number of practical conservation applic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

131. The Importance of Rehabilitating Our Wild Tigers
August 22, 2018


Anyone who’s had the privilege of participating in a dedicated Tiger watching tour will understand the indescribable thrill of being able to observe this spectacular creature in its natural habitat. With less than 4,000 of the animals remaining in the wild, the privilege of this experience cannot be overstated. Conservation: An On-going Battle for Survival Declining numbers of the big cat have led to a growing awareness for the need for its conservation, and one of the most pressing issues is the need to return as many captive Tigers into their natural habitat as possible. To this e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

132. The Complex Social Structure of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


The magnificent Tiger is a mammal that, despite its aggressive, powerful and fierce reputation, has attracted human attention for thousands of years. Belonging to the wider genus, Panthera, that includes Lions, Jaguars, Leopards and Snow Leopards, Tigers are the largest group and are characterised by their orange and black stripy coat. Unfortunately Man now poses a significant threat to this beautiful creature, and it is only by raising awareness that the species will survive. Tiger watching tours in India are one of the best ways to see the big cat in the wild and an excellent way to sup... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

133. The Tiger in Folklore, Mythology and Legend
August 22, 2018


Man’s relationship with the Tiger has been strong throughout the centuries. Whether this magnificent beast is feared or revered, there is no denying that it holds a certain intrigue, not least because of its solitary nature, incredible physique and stunning beauty. For hundreds of years this creature has signified different things to different cultures and, across the board, has become symbolic in many ways. India, China, Japan and Vietnam are steeped in ancient culture and the beautiful animal appears almost to excess in their legends, myths and folklores. For anyone considering Tiger t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

134. The Reproduction and Life Cycle of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


There are few animals that have been as fascinating to man as Panthera tigris. Perhaps it is the fact that this magnificent big cat is such a solitary, secretive animal that makes it so intriguing. For anyone who wants to see the beautiful big cat in the wild, organised Tiger travel is definitely the way to do it. And learning more about the species before embarking on a tour deep into Tiger territory will certainly enhance the experience. One of the interesting aspects to delve into is the animal’s reproductive and life cycle. Life Cycle These are solitary animals, usuall... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

135. How Climate Change is Affecting the World's Tigers
August 22, 2018


There is no disputing the fact that climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the planet. It affects so many parts of our life and the world’s human population must do more to tackle this pressing issue. In a relatively short time, the fine balance between man and nature has shifted, with nature coming off worse in favour of humans living well above their environmental means. This century has seen several species rendered extinct, something that has been definitively attributed to global warming. The World Wildlife Fund has stated that just a 3°C increase in temperatures will... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

136. Light Up Your Life During the Chinese Lantern Festival
August 21, 2018


What better way to experience something different with the kids than a holiday to see the fantastic wonders of China? The vast country has opened itself up to the world in recent decades and is now a must-see destination for a whole new generation of visitors. The Lantern Festival marks the end of the Chinese New Year. Held on the 15th day of the Lunar month, the event brings vibrant colour to the spring celebrations. Whilst China is a very safe country to visit, I still suggest taking out a single trip travel insurance policy for peace of mind in the event of the extraordinary. With that... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

137. Traveller Beware, You're in for a Scare: Spooky Sites Around the World
August 21, 2018


For those looking for a slightly different holiday adventure, the opportunity to visit some of the world’s scariest landmarks may prove irresistible. On this journey, you’ll see everything from a ferocious fiery pit to an eerie cliff of hanging coffins. Such an expedition will have you challenging Dante’s Inferno and will open your eyes to a very different view of our earth’s majestic viciousness. Before you venture abroad, make sure you’re prepared as these locations are situated in some of the most remote corners of the world. It is worth purchasing annual travel insurance to protect bo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

138. Sicilian Hotels for Romantic Couples
August 21, 2018


Sicily is one of the most romantic destinations in Europe and its unassuming, off-the-radar reputation is what provides its appeal. This fascinating island is a real gem, and the ideal spot for exploring ancient ruins, enjoying local culture and escaping the rest of the world, Holidays to Sicily have so much to offer. Whether you are hearing wedding bells, are a couple in the throes of an exciting new relationship or are looking for somewhere special to celebrate 50 years together, this fabulous destination is home to many amazing hotels. Here is an introduction to some of the best. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

139. Mesmerising Mosques and More During Group Tours of Iran
August 21, 2018


If you’re someone who enjoys seeking out the underappreciated or immersing yourself in centuries of history, then Iran is your ideal destination. Home to one of the oldest civilizations on earth, this area is rich in the unusual and soaked in ornate splendour. Group tours of this country are becoming increasingly popular. They offer travellers immersive learning experiences that often include educational and inspiring lessons from expert lecturers. Below we’ll take a sneak peek at a truly stunning selection of sites you can see on your visit. Friday Mosque of Isfahan We’ll star... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

140. Love Golf? Portugal's Centro Area is Your Next Holiday Destination
August 21, 2018


If you’re looking for the ultimate golfing holiday then your thoughts have probably already turned to the excellent greens and fairways of Portugal. But if you are looking for some extra special golf, Portugal’s Centro region will offer you some of the best courses in the country. For a bit of inspiration for your next trip, here is my rundown of the top six courses in the Centro and Lisbon area. 1. Golfe do Montado You may have been led to believe that links courses are all that are on offer in Portugal in terms of golf. Portugal actually has a range of excellent inland offeri... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

141. It's All About the Golf: Portugal's Oitavos Hotel
August 21, 2018


A luxury golf holiday has certain key requirements. The first is a world-class, challenging, but ultimately playable, 18-hole course (preferably on your doorstep); the second is an elegant, contemporary hotel offering five-star service; and, last but not least, is an excellent spa in which to unwind tired muscles after a day on the greens. Thankfully the Oitavos, just outside Lisbon, has all of this. To add a touch of drama, it is set against a backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Sintra Mountains on the other. First the Course The first thing to consider before booking... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

142. Cabell Robinson and the Art of Golf: Portugal's Master Designer
August 21, 2018


For the last forty years or so those looking for the perfect trip abroad to play a round or two have been drawn to the beautiful links courses of Portugal. But be warned: while the country does have some wonderful greens and fairways, not all the golf Portugal has to offer is of a high standard. One way of making sure that you and your group get the Portuguese experience you’re hoping for is to check which architect was responsible for designing and landscaping your chosen course. Cabell B Robinson One name worth looking out for is the legendary designer Cabell Robinson. Although re... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

143. Tenerife Undercover: Lesser Known Gems Off the Beaten Track
August 17, 2018


If bustling off the airplane and sharing one of the busy Tenerife transfers from the airport is about as much contact as you can handle with the package holiday, beer-and-chips British tourists who flock to the island every year, then my advice is: head north. While more than five million tourists visit Tenerife each year, around three quarters of these take their Tenerife transfers straight to the busy resorts in the south, leaving the beautiful north a wonderfully unspoilt place to visit. A trip to any of the quieter towns in the north will feel like stepping into a slower, island way o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

144. Free and Easy on Tenerife: Having Fun Without Money!
August 17, 2018


Just because Tenerife is a popular tourist destination doesn’t mean you can’t avoid the crowds and discover the true Spanish soul of the largest of the Canary Islands. From fiestas and ancient trees to exploring the stunning natural landscape, there is plenty here for travellers looking to step off the beaten track and get to the heart of the island. Speak to locals, fellow travellers you encounter at the hostels or other passengers on one of your shared Tenerife transfers to and from the airport, and you’ll get plenty of tips to help you uncover the un-touristy side of the island. To ge... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

145. Family Fun in Tenerife: Visit the Castles of Santa Cruz
August 17, 2018


There’s nothing like watching families arrive in Santa Cruz for the first time and seeing the kids’ eyes light up on the Tenerife transfers from the airport as they spot the atmospheric castles and forts along the town’s waterfront. If your little ones are interested in tales of pirates and princesses, soldiers and kings, then a visit to one (or all!) of these historic sites will be a holiday highlight for them. Of course, Santa Cruz has so much for families to do, from its excellent Blue Flag beaches to a wide range of child-friendly activities, that it may seem hard to fit all the activ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

146. Exploring Beyond the Beaten Track in Málaga and Calahonda
August 17, 2018


The Andalucían coastline is a beautiful part of the world, full of tourist hotspots and stellar cultural locations that exist off the beaten track. The 45 kilometre route from Málaga to Calahonda is a great stretch to discover lesser known gems, where the discerning traveller can really see what this region of Spain is about. Driving is the best way to access these towns, and there are taxis from Málaga airport that can shuttle you all round the local area. Molino de Inca Botanical Gardens The first stop is Torremolinos, and it’s small but stunning gardens. It is a wonder of bucolic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

147. Explore the History of Malta's Megalithic Temples
August 17, 2018


Malta is home to some of the world’s earliest free-standing stone edifices, the Megalithic Temples. Erected between the fourth and third millennium BC, these remarkably well-preserved buildings vary in architectural design, construction technique and decorative style. They were built using readily available stone, including coralline and globigerina limestone. The interiors are adorned with panels depicting trees, animals and spiral motifs. It is believed that they were a place of worship and ritual in prehistoric culture. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, they’re a must-see for any culture lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

148. Discover the Magic of Comino Island: Malta’s Secret Gem
August 17, 2018


Famous for its fascinating history and North African influences, Malta is a picturesque island which combines impressive fortresses and ancient ruins with quaint fishing villages and rural life. Its endless sandy beaches lining the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea make it the ideal place for a relaxing holiday, particularly thanks to the convenient Malta Airport shuttle service offered by Shuttle Direct. Mostly though, it is neighboured by a range of lesser explored islands which will appeal to the independent traveller, the best of which is Comino. Go Off the Beaten Track:... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

149. How to Try a Tapa: Ordering Etiquette in Málaga
August 17, 2018


If you’re one of these people who leaves brushing up on the local lingo until the last minute (like in the taxi from Málaga Airport to your hotel) then you might miss out on some great bar snacks because you don’t know how to order them. Check out my guide to ordering tapas in this Andalucían city and you’ll be the star of your group when you order them a racíon of pitufo (a mini sandwich) and chacina (cold meats) to share. Key Things to Know About Tapas in Málaga You may have been to Spain before and think you know everything there is to about tapas, but unless you’ve ordered in th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

150. Sand Ahoy: Top Sand Yachting Destinations in France
August 17, 2018


Unusual travel experiences are becoming harder and harder to discover in our age of mass tourism, where everyone seems to have done everything. Luckily you’ve wandered across this article, which means you’re about to get the insider’s low-down on one of the newest fast-paced travel experiences known to man. You’ll have heard of bungee jumping and windsurfing, but have you ever heard of sand yachting? The sport was actually invented in the fifties but has only recently seen a surge in popularity. The vessel in question resembles a slim kayak affixed to three wheels with a large sail. Once ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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