Antigua: Paradise at the Right Price

Antigua: Paradise at the Right Price

Antigua is small and astonishingly pretty, with a lush, hilly interior fringed by idyllic white sand beaches. Famously, it has 365 of them – all public, all free – so you’re spoilt for choice, no matter how long you stay. Development here is low-rise and low key, with no ugly blocks or out-of-character towers, making it one of the best islands in the Caribbean for uninterrupted...
by Travelbag on 15 January 2020, 16:01PM



Exploring Singapore and Indonesia

Exploring Singapore and Indonesia

Last year, Travelbag’s Managing Director Lesley Rollo travelled to Indonesia with two of her children, Eva and Oliver – aged 13 and seven. Although they spent some time in Bali (often mistaken for a country itself), they also explored other parts of this vast and diverse nation. Incredibly, Indonesia is actually made up of more than 17,000 islands. Here, she spills the beans ...
by Travelbag on 13 January 2020, 11:01AM



From Snow to Sand: An Oregon Road Trip

From Snow to Sand: An Oregon Road Trip

Oregon’s home to cool cities and diverse landscapes, ranging from wild rivers and evergreen forests to rugged coastlines. As Jo Thomas and her fiancé, Chalky, found, an eight-day trip along Oregon’s Scenic Byways is a fantastic way to explore this incredibly scenic American state.   Horse Riding in Central Oregon Here was the day I’d been waiting for. Ever since ...
by Travelbag on 09 January 2020, 13:01PM



Where to Find the World’s Best Street Food

Where to Find the World’s Best Street Food

There’s no denying there’s been a food revolution in the past decade. Reworked versions of street hawker classics, once only found in far-flung destinations and unfamiliar cities, are now served in some of the best restaurants around the world. Columbian arepas, Vietnamese banh mi, Mexican tacos, South African bunny chow, Korean fried chicken, Taiwanese bao… there’s a se...
by Travelbag on 06 January 2020, 11:01AM



Best Wellness Hotels for 2020

Best Wellness Hotels for 2020

A common New Year’s resolution is, “I’m going to take better care of myself”. Another favourite is, “I’m going to travel more” – so why not combine the two? Travelling and wellness are very much interlinked, as you take some time out from your everyday routine to reset and recharge. For some, that means spending a week relaxing on a beach, while ot...
by Travelbag on 03 January 2020, 15:01PM



How to Honeymoon: Abu Dhabi, Dubai & the Maldives

How to Honeymoon: Abu Dhabi, Dubai & the Maldives

If you’re planning your 2020 honeymoon, then grab a cup of tea and get comfy – we’ve got some top tips for you. One member of our team, Anita, has just returned from her incredible honeymoon to Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the Maldives, and we asked her to lift the lid on her dream holiday. She said: “Our honeymoon was all we could’ve wished for, and more! We decided to ma...
by Travelbag on 12 December 2019, 13:12PM



48 Hours in Cape Cod

48 Hours in Cape Cod

Jutting out of the Massachusetts coast, Cape Cod is the classic New England getaway. Vicki Power explains what you should see and do if you have 48 hours on the 65-mile long peninsula. Day One Make your first stop Provincetown and spend the day exploring the town and the surrounding area. Beloved of artists and writers, this is an upmarket and buzzing enclave on the very tip of the Cape, packe...
by Travelbag on 09 December 2019, 09:12AM



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