Best Destinations for your 2021 Holiday

by Travelbag on 14 April 2020, 09:04AM Best Destinations for your 2021 Holiday It’s fair to say that 2020 hasn’t quite turned out the way we expected. Travel plans have changed, weddings have been postponed, and daily life has completely transformed. But, as time temporarily stands still, it’s important to look ahead. The world will re-open and, when it does, there are plenty of exciting places for you to explore. If you want something to look forward to, start planning your 2021 holiday. Imagine how amazing it will feel to sink your toes into powdery sands, or to watch the sunset in a far-away place. Is there somewhere you’ve always been desperate to go? Or perhaps there’s a special place you want to return to, once normality resumes? Whether you’re dreaming of a chilled-out beach break or an action-packed adventure, we’v...
9 of the Best Places for a Wildlife Holiday

9 of the Best Places for a Wildlife Holiday

Given the diversity of flora and fauna that exists on our planet, it’s not surprising that wildlife holidays are so popular. There’s a certain thrill that comes with witnessing animals in the wild – seeing then feeding and interacting with one another right in front of you makes for a truly magical experience. But if you want to take a trip that focuses on the wonders of the natu...
by Travelbag on 02 March 2020, 17:03PM



Arabian Sights: A Guide to Abu Dhabi

Arabian Sights: A Guide to Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi was long considered the sedate cousin of nearby Dubai. But, as Miles Kingdom discovered on a recent visit, it more than holds its own as a holiday destination. It has thrills and spills in spades, as well as plenty of arts and culture. Yas Island Just one thought crosses my mind as we approach the sharpest of corners – way beyond motorway speeds – and it’s not encou...
by Travelbag on 24 February 2020, 16:02PM



The Road Less Travelled: A Holiday in Namibia

The Road Less Travelled: A Holiday in Namibia

Namibia is a mood board of magnificently arid deserts, sweeping dunes and animal-packed salt pans. On a recent holiday to Namibia, Mike MacEacheran discovered a new side to sub-Saharan Africa. Here’s what he found. Sossusvlei, Namib Naukluft National Park Up too early, I’m barefoot on a blood-red dune primed in pink dawn light. It would have been so easy to stay in bed under canvas...
by Travelbag on 19 February 2020, 09:02AM



Carnival Time: A guide to Rio de Janeiro

Carnival Time: A guide to Rio de Janeiro

Every year, in the lead up to Lent, Brazil’s former capital transforms into one giant party. The Rio de Janeiro Carnival is the largest carnival in the world, with two million people per day taking to the streets. This year’s official celebration will happen across five days, from 21st to 26th February, culminating on Fat Tuesday. Although, in reality, the festivities usually last fa...
by Travelbag on 13 February 2020, 16:02PM



The Best Road Trips in Victoria, Australia

The Best Road Trips in Victoria, Australia

Besides being home to Australia’s cultural capital – Melbourne – Victoria also has stunning countryside and one of the most iconic coastlines in the world. What’s more, its compact size makes it perfect for a self-drive road trip. According to James Litston, these are the best places to go in the Garden State. Yarra Valley I’d always thought the Spice Girls invented...
by Travelbag on 11 February 2020, 17:02PM



Florida: The Under-Discovered State

Florida: The Under-Discovered State

Florida has long been a popular holiday destination for those seeking some fun in the sun. As the theme park capital of the world, it draws visitors from around the globe, keen to experience the fantasy realms of Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens. But at almost one and a half times the size of England – and with over 4,500 islands – there’s so much more to ...
by Travelbag on 05 February 2020, 09:02AM



Australian Bushfires: A Down Under Travel Guide

Australian Bushfires: A Down Under Travel Guide

Record-breaking temperatures and severe drought have caused fires to spread across parts of Australia over the past few months. While it’s not unusual for significant acreage to burn during the hot summer months, the Australian bushfires this year have been unprecedented. Devastatingly, they’ve destroyed more than 2,600 homes and burned over 100,000 square kilometres of land. It’...
by Travelbag on 31 January 2020, 15:01PM



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