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Visit Victoria Falls for Livingstone's 200th birthday

Victoria Falls1 Ree Saunders
10 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

If you've ever fancied paying the spectacular Victoria Falls a visit, then 2013 may give you the perfect excuse to book that trip. This year marks 200 years since the birth of explorer David Livingstone, widely credited with discovering the spectacular falls. The eponymous town of Livingstone near the falls ...

Sleep under the Northern Lights in a glass igloo

Glass igloos1 Ree Saunders
10 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Lapland isn't just for Christmas, and in Finland the wintry fun there continues until April. For the ultimate European holiday during the winter, the Hotel Kakslauttanen offers stays in an igloo village where glass ceilings ensure your bed is a front row seat should the Northern Lights put in an ...

Indulge in a January detox you'll LOVE

Beach1 Jan Moys
9 January, 2013 by Jan Moys

As the work computers get re-booted, the kids’ school bags are packed and waiting by the front door and the festive season gets stored away for another year, our bodies and minds are yet to recover from the continuous merriment of Christmas and New Year. But as January rings its ...

Fly to New York for Winter Jazzfest

NYCJazz1 Marisa Thomas
9 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New York is the place to be for live music events this January, with the city's Winter Jazzfest opening this weekend, as well as other musical treats taking place throughout the month. Winter Jazzfest takes place every year in New York, and is located in Greenwich Village. This area is ...

Fly to Italy in 2013 for previously unseen Roman sites

Rome Ree Saunders
8 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Italy is preparing for a year of events and programs focused around the country’s art, history and culture. The Italian State Tourist Board has announced it is looking to encourage tourism by offering a year of exclusive cultural events. The programme will offer visitors a chance to see things previously ...

Qatar Airways announces new routes for 2013

Feature Marisa Thomas
8 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Qatar Airways has announced its newest route this year to Gassim in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The new destination means that the airline now flies to Saudi Arabia 65 times a week. Other destinations the airline already flies to in Saudi Arabia are Riyadh, Jeddah, Medina and Dammam. The ...

Mexico celebrates Christmas ending with mile long cake

Feature Marisa Thomas
7 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Many Spanish, Latin American and Hispanic communities will have celebrated Three Kings Day on 6th on January. The day marks the 12th day after Christmas and is officially when Christmas festivities end. In Mexico this last day is celebrated with ‘Rosca de Reyes’, a piece of cake which name translates ...

Visit Malaysia Year 2014 starts now!

Batu Caves Jan Moys
7 January, 2013 by Jan Moys

Malaysia is preparing for Visit Malaysia Year in 2014 early, with an exciting line up of festivals in 2013. Visit Malaysia Year intends to bring world-class attractions to the country in a bid to draw in more visitors for 2013/2014. The celebrations will start on the 18th January with a ...

More people fly to Thailand than ever before

Thai Temple Kathy McLeman
7 January, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

Thailand has experienced a record number of visitors in 2012. According the Thai tourism board, Thailand has enjoyed a “golden year” for tourism as visitor numbers reached new highs. The number of visitors to Thailand hit nearly 22 million in 2012, generating around £18.2 billion. Among the biggest contributors to ...

Secret Caribbean nature isle teams up with airline

discover nature isle of the Caribbean Cheryl Richardson
6 January, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

The Caribbean island of Dominica has become a shareholder in local airline LIAT. The airline, which has served the Caribbean for over 50 years, connects UK visitors with lesser known destinations in the region, by taking passengers onward from the larger islands British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly to. Dominica, ...

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