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Check out the Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef & see the amazing work being done to conserve this world wonder!… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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#DealOfTheDay! What better way to see TNQ than with a wet & wild trip that shows you the best of Reef & Rainforest?… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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And it's never been easier to #ExploreTNQ before thanks to the new route to Cairns with Philippine Airlines!
 

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‘Game of Thrones’ triggers surge in hotel bookings

Feature Ree Saunders
17 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The launch of the third season of the TV drama Game of Thrones has had an unexpected affect on hotels located around the areas the show is filmed. LateRooms.com revealed this week that hotels in the desert town of Ouarzazate, Morocco have seen a huge spike in bookings since the show ...

The world’s wackiest tourist attractions

Feature Jan Moys
17 April, 2013 by Jan Moys

The world is full of great sites and attractions we’re all dying to visit, from the Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal to Niagara Falls and the Empire State Building, but if you dig a little deeper you will discover the world is jam packed with weird and ...

Boston: Latest information for travellers

Logan Airport Ree Saunders
16 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Travellers flying to Boston in the coming days are being allowed to reschedule their flights, as airlines make allowances following the recent bombings in the city. Boston's airport and hotels are operating as usual, but airlines including Delta, American Airlines and British Airways are giving passengers extra leniency if they wish to change ...

Rijksmuseum opens its doors after 10 years

Rijksmuseum opens Ree Saunders
16 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The iconic Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam opened its doors to the public at the weekend, following 10 years of refurbishments. The world-famous art museum has finally been re-opened after undergoing a 10 year long facelift. Over the past decade the museum’s 80 galleries have been revamped and redesigned for the 21st ...

Travel the world like Posh and Becks

Feature Marisa Thomas
16 April, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

David and Victoria Beckham are two of the world’s most talked about, tweeted about and heard about celebrities, so naturally the next step is to follow them around! By follow, we don’t mean stalk, but what if you could travel the world and stay in the Beckhams' favourite hotels as ...

Big Day Out festival returns to New Zealand

Feature Ree Saunders
16 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The annual music festival Big Day Out is set to return to Auckland in 2014, giving music fans a great reason to grab some cheap flights to New Zealand next year.The festival, which currently only takes place in five Australian cities, is set to return to Auckland next year, after ...

KLM launches space flight contest

KLM launches space flight Ree Saunders
15 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

KLM, the flag carrier airline of the Nederlands, is offering the chance to win a trip to space worth $95,000. On the 22nd April the airline will launch a high altitude balloon flight from the Nevada desert containing the ticket to space inside. To win the once-in-a-lifetime trip all entrants ...

Five reasons why Tobago is a top Caribbean island

Feature Cheryl Richardson
15 April, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

Trinidad’s little brother, Tobago is a popular destination for a Caribbean holiday. Here’s why! 1. Tobago boasts year-round sunshine. Even in Caribbean terms, the island enjoys splendid weather. This is partly due to its location. Sheltered by the hard shoulder of South America, it lies outside the Atlantic hurricane belt ...

Fly to Florida to visit the Silver Springs

Silver Springs Ree Saunders
15 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The Silver Springs in Florida are to undergo a major restoration to bring the once major tourist destination back to its original glory. Over the years the crystal clear waters at the springs have declined both in volume and quality, but Florida’s park service has now announced it will begin ...

British Airways partners with Britain's top golfer

Giant Golf Ball Mike Potter
14 April, 2013 by Mike Potter

As the US Masters in Augusta draws to a close today, you may have noticed the appearance of  a British Airways logo on golfer Justin Rose's collar during the tournament. The Airline has signed the world number three, and British number one, to an exclusive deal. The three-year deal, which ...

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