British Columbia: Home of the Grizzly Bear

British Columbia: Home of the Grizzly Bear

On the west coast of Canada, British Columbia is an outdoor playground with some of the most spectacular scenery on earth – and some of its most inquisitive wildlife. The Great Bear Rainforest is so inaccessible it’s almost beyond the mouse-click of Google Maps. Even if you try and zoom in online, you’ll be hard pushed to find the luxury camps and indigenous lodges that hug the...
by Travelbag on 30 September 2019, 11:09AM



Top 10 Best-Value Long-Haul Destinations

Top 10 Best-Value Long-Haul Destinations

When you’re choosing a holiday destination, the price of accommodation and the cost of flights are usually the two biggest determining factors. But the additional costs once you’re there should also be taken into consideration – particularly with sterling in its current state. A weak pound means that, in many places, you can expect to pay more than you would have a year ago &nda...
by Travelbag on 16 September 2019, 11:09AM



10 Things You Never Knew About Borneo

10 Things You Never Knew About Borneo

Filled with beautiful landscapes and incredible wildlife, Borneo is a nature lover’s dream. This diverse island has everything from beaches and coral reefs, to mountains and rainforests – so it’s hardly surprising that Borneo is becoming an increasingly popular holiday destination. But how much do you actually know about it? If you’re considering an adventurous holiday, r...
by Travelbag on 13 September 2019, 15:09PM



Top 5 Places to go in the Middle East

Top 5 Places to go in the Middle East

There’s more to the Emirates than Dubai, just as there’s more to the Middle East than the UAE. The surrounding Arabian Peninsula is a region of great natural beauty, with rugged mountains and unspoiled beaches. It also boasts modern cities, world-class hotels and a true sense of history. From the red rock of Jordan to the remote fjords of Oman – and, yes, the glitz and glam of ...
by Travelbag on 04 September 2019, 16:09PM



Our Guide to Bangkok and Chiang Mai

Our Guide to Bangkok and Chiang Mai

Northern Thailand is very much a tale of two cities. The capital, Bangkok, is a maze of street food stalls, lavish palaces and jam-packed markets, surrounded by a sea of horn-beeping traffic. Meanwhile, quiet Chiang Mai – to the north of Bangkok – is a haven famous for its elephant sanctuaries and tranquil temples. They’re two very different places but, together, they’re ...
by Travelbag on 15 August 2019, 12:08PM



Alternative USA City Breaks

Alternative USA City Breaks

New York, Miami and Las Vegas are among America’s most popular cities. But, step away from the tourist trail, and you’ll find that there are some fantastic – and just as rewarding – other gateways to the USA. Perhaps you’ve already travelled to some of the most-visited US cities, and now you’re looking for something different? Or maybe, instead of bright light...
by Travelbag on 05 August 2019, 09:08AM



Western Australia: Home of the Whale Shark

Western Australia: Home of the Whale Shark

Ningaloo Marine Park in Western Australia boasts one of the world’s largest fringing reefs – a coral reef that lies close to shore. Swimmers, snorkellers and divers flock here from across the globe to discover this diverse underwater universe, home to wild manta rays, dolphins, turtles and giant schools of fish. But whale sharks are the region’s main attraction. These gigantic ...
by Travelbag on 01 August 2019, 09:08AM



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