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Hawaii: Which island is best?

Tourist chief reveals the hot favourites in the paradise destination.

Grenada: spice island of the Caribbean

A hurricane-free, friendly island with one of the world's best dive sites

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Culinary Australia Takes on the World

Victoria Hampton
18 September, 2014 by Victoria Hampton

Australia has long been famed for its natural beauty, but these days its culinary credentials are taking the world by storm and are well worth checking out. And now, a pop-up restaurant in London’s Australia House is showcasing the best of what’s on offer and gives diners a chance to ...

Places to celebrate Thanksgiving 2014

Victoria Hampton
3 September, 2014 by Victoria Hampton

Why not shake up the status quo and celebrate the American holiday of Thanksgiving this year on 27 November?  From a romantic weekend away to a far-flung family adventure, here are some suggestions from DialAFlight of where to start a new Thanksgiving tradition:   BOSTON Head to Boston and be entertained by costumed ...

Irresistible end of summer savings with DialAFlight

Nicola Chapman
1 September, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

Book by 23 September 2014* Fancy a spot of winter sun or the chance to shop til you drop in the city? Make the most of DialAFlight’s British Airways flash sale offers to worldwide destinations and luxurious getaways at competitive prices just a phone call away.    Looking for luxury? The prestigious ...

Celebrate 150 years since first Matterhorn ascent

Picturesque Zermatt Nicola Chapman
21 August, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

On 14 July 1865, the British climber Edward Whymper reached the peak of the Matterhorn mountain (4,478 metres).  Supertravel Ski is delighted to celebrate the 150th year of the first ascent in picturesque Zermatt, the town at the Matterhorn’s base, alongside its own 50th anniversary celebrations this season.    In contrast to ...

Taste your favourite takeaway in its original country

Fresh flavours are key in Vietnamese cooking Nicola Chapman
21 August, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

The Brits love a delicious takeaway – whether it be an Indian curry, Chinese dumplings or an Italian pizza.  Why not visit the country of origin of your favourite meal and taste the authentic recipe?   Find out what's cooking in Vietnam on a mouth-watering 11 day culinary discovery tour. Beginning in ...

Enjoy world-class food and wine in Australia

Many fine wines can be discovered on a trip to Australia Nicola Chapman
19 August, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

A tantalising combination of fresh, innovative and mouth-watering flavours, glorious sunshine, outstanding natural beauty and al fresco dining makes Australia the perfect choice for an indulgent gourmet food and wine break. From savouring fresh seafood from Sydney’s Fish Market to visiting vineyards in the beautiful Hunter Valley, Australia offers a ...

An unhappy customer? We don't think so.

Mauritius Beach Victoria Hampton
5 August, 2014 by Victoria Hampton

We have just received a wonderful letter of complaint from one of our customers... I wish to complain about our recent honeymoon...   The reception at the airport was too friendly The Island was too beautiful The hotel too pretty The staff too friendly The beach too close The sea too blue The all inclusive menu too extensive The all ...

Top places to stay in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, hotels full of fun for everyone Kathy McLeman
29 July, 2014 by Kathy McLeman

Escape the humdrum of everyday life and experience something a little bit different…Las Vegas!     Everybody has to visit Vegas once in a lifetime, it’s one of the most exciting and buzzing cities in the world.  It's a city founded on entertainment, glitter and fabulous nightlife so let your hair down, ...

The top five wet, wet, wet water parks to visit this summer

Nicola Chapman
23 July, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

Soak up the sun while you float gently along a lazy river on a rubber ring, try surfing in a wave pool or dive down a precipitous slide through a shark tank. DialAFlight has picked five of the best water parks in the world for endless splashing out in the ...

Enjoy the open road with an iconic road trip

Nicola Chapman
21 July, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

CALIFORNIA, USA Experience a classic Californian road trip, with highlights including the bright lights of Los Angeles, Hearst Castle at San Simeon, San Francisco, the gold rush town of Sacramento and Carmel (Clint Eastwood was once mayor of the town).  Don’t miss the granite cliffs, waterfalls and lakes of Yosemite National ...

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